NYJ1 Posted August 27, 2020 Share Posted August 27, 2020 On 8/26/2020 at 11:54 AM, predator_05 said: Not that we aren't psychologically prepared for being a bottom of the barrel, perennially underachieving team...but given the way this off-season has gone, i'm not sure rebuilding teams are capable of being competitive. Unusual off-seasons provide an advantage to teams with continuity, both in personnel and leadership. A few preseason games would have trimmed some of the flab, but without them...we're walking into a new season like a drunk schlub stumbling around for a dollar to take the subway home. Disgruntled players, opt-outs, injuries, lack of 'chemistry' (i hate that phrase, btw), means the team will land flat on its face week 1. Only silver lining is the double-dip in the first round, but that's a long way off. Am I exaggerating, or is this team (and coaching staff) better than i think? The Jets in 2020 will be GARBAGE and anyone with an ounce of common sense can easily see that. When Joe Douglas needs to answer questions if the Jets have given up on the season, then you know they have. The Jets lost their two best players and they didn't have crap for talent to begin with. That's the kiss of death when you have a sh*t GM that took a sh*t on the season when he traded Adams and did NOTHING to improve the team THIS season. The Jets are at best a 5-11 team..... 1 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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