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....   Did any of his friends go to the guys birthday party ?...   We might trade down for a ransom and turn this team around in one day.   Sent from my SM-G950U1 using JetNation.com mobile app    

It’s a Draft Day reference, I think. Unfortunately, that’s a movie and this is an actual live train wreck into a garbage dump built over an Indian burial group on a nuclear weapon test site.

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36 minutes ago, Bronx said:

The NFL should start a lottery system. Purposely tanking is a shameful process and a total disregard to loyal fans.

The Jets organization has caused its  loyal fans to become apathetic, and/or openly root for the team to lose.  That is scary bad.

Going 0-16 is the best thing...

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3 minutes ago, RoadFan said:

The Jets organization has caused its  loyal fans to become apathetic, and/or openly root for the team to lose.  That is scary bad.

Going 0-16 is the best thing...

If it nets Lawrence and Harbaugh? Yes 

A good HC will want to go to the Jets when they see who is at QB and all those 1st picks in every round.

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Question:  Has tanking/attempting to tank ever truly worked for an NFL team? 
 

I know then bucs reportedly tanked a game to secure the #1 spot in order to draft Jameis.  After some promise he turned into a turnover machine and is gone. 

 

The colts reportedly did it once Manning was done in order to get Luck.  They had success with Luck but injuries piled up and he retired way before his time.

 

The goal of a tank is to acquire that most desirable rookie and as a result build a long term winning team and ultimately a super bowl.  Have these teams, or any other teams that tried to tank, actually  achieved these goals? 

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14 minutes ago, Rob Moore said:

Question:  Has tanking/attempting to tank ever truly worked for an NFL team? 
 

I know then bucs reportedly tanked a game to secure the #1 spot in order to draft Jameis.  After some promise he turned into a turnover machine and is gone. 

 

The colts reportedly did it once Manning was done in order to get Luck.  They had success with Luck but injuries piled up and he retired way before his time.

 

The goal of a tank is to acquire that most desirable rookie and as a result build a long term winning team and ultimately a super bowl.  Have these teams, or any other teams that tried to tank, actually  achieved these goals? 

The only time I remember it legitimately working is when the Spurs tanked for Tim Duncan. They won a title his rookie year and went on to win 4 more. 
 

I mean if you have a shot at a possible generational player you almost gotta do it, no? 

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