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8 minutes ago, JiF said:

I'm somewhat concerned at how bad Fant looked the first 2 weeks and Douglas decided to give him money this offseason instead of just letting Edoga play RT.  It's very reminiscent of Kalil over Harrison.  For a guy that is supposed to be this great OL dude, not the best look.

He signed Fant to be the a LT/RT swing guy in case they couldn't draft a LT.  Edoga is only capable of playing RT, and Beachum was only capable of playing LT.  

Conklin is failing miserably in Cleveland so it wasn't a terrible decision in hindsight.  There weren't really any other good OT's (especially not ones who could play LT) on the market.  

The big mistake was signing Van Roten instead of going after Graham Glasgow to handle RG duties.

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5 minutes ago, JiF said:

Why wouldnt he be able to draft a LT?  Why not bring back Beachum then?  He's better than Fant.  Could you imagine Fant protecting Sam's blindside?  Shell is a starter to btw.   Give him credit for at least acknowledging the existence of an OL but lots of questionable decisions so far. 

What if all 4 of the top guys had gone in the top 10?  He'd have had to settle for more of a "project" LT, who wouldn't have been able to start Week 1.

Bringing back Beachum could  have always been an option, I suppose, but its not like anyone across the league thought highly of the guy.  He signed very late in the offseason with Arizona, and even there is playing RT, not LT.

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9 minutes ago, choon328 said:

You would've been content starting Edoga based off of last years tape?

***Jets have worst-ranked OL in NFL in 2019***

2020:  "Hay, why didn't we start Beachum and Edoga???"

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3 hours ago, pointman said:

When you rewatch, don't watch Quinnen unless you want to feel bad. He is lazy.

Totally forgot about Quinnen.  Can't believe he got 2 sacks the week before.

Bust.

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2 hours ago, maury77 said:

As far as Quinnen, I’m not going to call him a bust because he didn’t have a monster game against Nelson, who is arguably the best guard in the league right now.

How about the other 11-12 games in his career (out of 16) where he has been invisible?

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2 hours ago, Scoop24 said:

I used to show what his entire day looked like . Just because it doesn't help ur argument doesn't mean it ain't true. You can literally type his name on twitter search see all the bills fans trashing him. He wasn't good for them in camp  and he wasn't good in his 1 start.  

He's just keeping the seat warm for Jon Feliciano until he gets back from IR.  

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2 minutes ago, maury77 said:

Yes, most of which were during his rookie season. Players can improve after their rookie seasons. This season, Williams was decent week 1 (had a TFL) and dominant in week 2.

He hasn't improved and he isn't anything we drafted him to be.  Not his fault he went # 3 overall, but it IS his fault that he tends to show minimal effort out there. 

He also talked a big game before the season, saying he'd be "unstoppable".  Then went out and got schooled by the Jets' 2nd team Offensive Line in practice.

Oh, and 1 TFL qualifies as "decent" for a supposed pass-rushing DT now?  lol.

Bust.

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4 minutes ago, maury77 said:

Through 3 games, he is pacing for 69 tackles, 16 TFL, and 10 sacks. These numbers would all beat what he did last year. His PFF grade is also up from last year. These are facts. But you have a subjective opinion that he is lazy despite numerous reports that he got into great shape this season.

This reads like a defense of Leonard Williams.  "On pace for" thru 3 weeks and relying on PFF stats to say he might be good.  

I say he's lazy because he looks lazy whenever you watch him play.  He gives up on plays entirely too quickly.  Just because he's no longer fat doesn't mean he didn't give up on the laziness.

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