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Remember him? Man it's crazy seeing teddy and him Chuck it up like no big deal looking all good and sh*t. Funny how when they wore green and white they were bad but now all of a sudden they are great.

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Just now, BornJetsFan1983 said:

Remember him? Man it's crazy seeing teddy and him Chuck it up like no big deal looking all good and sh*t. Funny how when they wore green and white they were bad but now all of a sudden they are great.

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1 hour ago, BornJetsFan1983 said:

Remember him? Man it's crazy seeing teddy and him Chuck it up like no big deal looking all good and sh*t. Funny how when they wore green and white they were bad but now all of a sudden they are great.

Teddy wasn’t bad here. Should’ve kept him around longer. Same with Robby. 

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1 hour ago, Jet2020 said:

Teddy wasn’t bad here. Should’ve kept him around longer. Same with Robby. 

too much competition for sam

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fwiw, sam left 2tds and 100 yds on thefiled game 1 last year by failing to hit an open anderson...    

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1 hour ago, Losmeister said:

fwiw, sam left 2tds and 100 yds on thefiled game 1 last year by failing to hit an open anderson...    

I remember that game.  I was like "Damn, Sam's deep ball is so off today that it's like he has Mono or something".

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3 hours ago, BornJetsFan1983 said:

Remember him? Man it's crazy seeing teddy and him Chuck it up like no big deal looking all good and sh*t. Funny how when they wore green and white they were bad but now all of a sudden they are great.

They were bad here?

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2 minutes ago, Sperm Edwards said:

Probably this one trick pony just needed a QB with a rocket arm like Teddy Bridgewater (and like Josh McCown before Darnold). 

But even with such gunslingers, he’d never have a high catch percentage. For example, he’d be incapable of catching 15 of 18 passes thrown his way (15 of 17 if you exclude garbage time) while maintaining his 15 yards/rec rate.

Because I have it on good authority, from Jets fans showing off their smartitude here, that Robby Anderson was, is, and always will be just a #3 WR at best.

Are you saying he's the number one option on the Panthers?

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Thought he should have received 4 years $48m, think he's every bit as good as Tyrell Williams who got 4 years $44m. I'm not really losing a ton of sleep, I don't think Gase would be calling plays to utilize him anyway. Perriman is bigger, stronger, and faster and we have yet to see any air it out type passes.

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4 hours ago, BornJetsFan1983 said:

Remember him? Man it's crazy seeing teddy and him Chuck it up like no big deal looking all good and sh*t. Funny how when they wore green and white they were bad but now all of a sudden they are great.

At least spell his name right... if you are going to try and shove something in our collective faces...

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5 minutes ago, Gastineau Lives said:

Are you saying he's the number one option on the Panthers?

This is relevant how?

Did he get a #1 WR contract with multiple guaranteed seasons?

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They are so bad, the cardboard fans left early.

 

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12 minutes ago, Sperm Edwards said:

This is relevant how?

Did he get a #1 WR contract with multiple guaranteed seasons?

This is relevant only because the person I quoted was scoffing at the notion he was a number three. Perhaps I misunderstood what he meant. 

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6 minutes ago, Doggin94it said:

Anderson is running as Carolina's number two WR (behind DJ Moore) and number 3 offensive weapon. That's a good setup for him to succeed. Being the number 1 WR and focus of the passing game isn't a role he's suited for and anyone who thinks he'd be putting up the same numbers here is delusional

This is relevant how? Did he get a #1 WR contract with multiple guaranteed seasons?

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41 minutes ago, Sperm Edwards said:

Probably this one trick pony just needed a QB with a rocket arm like Teddy Bridgewater (and like Josh McCown before Darnold). 

But even with such gunslingers, he’d never have a high catch percentage. For example, he’d be incapable of catching 15 of 18 passes thrown his way (15 of 17 if you exclude garbage time) while maintaining his 15 yards/rec rate.

Because I have it on good authority, from Jets fans showing off their smartitude here, that Robby Anderson was, is, and always will be just a #3 WR at best.

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Breshard Perriman and Josh Doctson.  lmfao.  ******* colossal busts.   Shocked we didnt sign Kevin White.

 

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15 minutes ago, LRJets said:

They are so bad, the cardboard fans left early.

 

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Sully would have landed that thing safely. 

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6 minutes ago, JiF said:

Who cares what # WR Anderson was/is/will be.....it doesnt mean sh*t.  The bottom line is, he was the only game breaker/deep threat on the team, Sam had clear chemistry with him and you need players like Robby Anderson on your team.  Just because he's not a #1 doesnt mean you dont resign him.  Teams need playmakers, team need take the top off speed, teams need reliable players - Anderson is all the above.  If Mims developed into a #1, how much better off would the Jets been from a weaponz perspective than they are now?    Mims, Anderson, Crowder...that's nice.  If Mims doesnt develop, great, fine, at least you got 2 WR's that can get open and catch the ball and it just makes it that easier to wait for the "#1".

Bunch of bozos in Florham Park, man.  Bozos. 

They offered him 4/$40. How much should they have offered him?

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12 minutes ago, JiF said:

Who cares what # WR Anderson was/is/will be.....it doesnt mean sh*t.  The bottom line is, he was the only game breaker/deep threat on the team, Sam had clear chemistry with him and you need players like Robby Anderson on your team.  Just because he's not a #1 doesnt mean you dont resign him.  Teams need playmakers, team need take the top off speed, teams need reliable players - Anderson is all the above.  If Mims developed into a #1, how much better off would the Jets been from a weaponz perspective than they are now?    Mims, Anderson, Crowder...that's nice.  If Mims doesnt develop, great, fine, at least you got 2 WR's that can get open and catch the ball and it just makes it that easier to wait for the "#1".

Bunch of bozos in Florham Park, man.  Bozos. 

But he’s not a true #1 WR. Can’t you read?

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JD is a rookie too and it shows. I guess he needs time to grow into his job too.

Jets owners like to shop in the bargain bin.

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27 minutes ago, JiF said:

Breshard Perriman and Josh Doctson.  lmfao.  ******* colossal busts.   Shocked we didnt sign Kevin White.

 

Perriman had 5 good games at the end of the season last year. That is all he has had in his career.  There is a reason he is on his 3rd team.

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6 minutes ago, Sperm Edwards said:

They waited until he reached free agency to make the offer, despite turning down a mid-round pick for him as the team was sitting at 1-6 or whatever they were at the time. 

Next: 2/$20MM is a better deal for Anderson than 4/$40MM since it carries the same (and possibly less) guarantees without binding him for 2 more potentially underpaid seasons. Never mind a longer deal is probably more back-weighted anyway, since they typically are. 

And if 4/$44MM (or whatever’s the dollar or million dollars more than the next-best offer) gets it done, then offer it (especially when the final 2.5 to 3 years aren’t guaranteed anyway). This is the tax paid by a team that doesn’t have a single non-slot WR on the roster in FA with an ultra-thin FA WR class that they should have seen coming.

But...nobody was coming for Anderson until the Panthers threw him that late flyer. You’re talking about the Jets bidding against themselves for Robby’s services, which was a Maccagnan staple. The fact that they offered him and his puny contract up in trades for two years and the best offer they got back was a 4th is telling. There was no market for him until Rhule, late in free agency, threw him a bone.

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