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1 minute ago, PepPep said:

-Sam led a nice drive, lets stop focusing on the one mistake where he didn;t getthe ball to Mims in time. 

-This is Mims first NFL game. Let stop focusing on the fact that he didn't come back for the ball. It was a good play by the D. He literally just made a nice catch and got whalloped right after. 

-Becton keeps dominating. He stonewalled Hughes on a pass play and completely obliterated a LB on a run play. An exciting LT to watch.

The third year QB shouldn’t miss the white open player on the same side he was looking. 

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Just now, Scoop24 said:

 

Also according to that Braxton Berrios get open after Darnold bails from the pocket.

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10 minutes ago, shevys said:

Right. So you’d like Darnold, scrambling to his left, to throw across the field to the right side of the end zone. You guys would be killing him if he did that sh*t. 

No, I’d like him to hit Mims early. But if he’s gonna waste time and run around then he should do some magical sh*t instead of killing the drive.

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Pretty sure that was an option for Darnold and he should’ve kept it. Still he’s showing less happy feet than before his injury.

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6 minutes ago, T0mShane said:

Can’t believe the Jets quit on Gase again. Two years in a row! 

Bell had nothing to say about Gase, defended up until it was time to go. This was the biggest instance of dissent.

Alex Lewis defended Gase.

Gregg Williams defended his relationship with Gase.

Darnold defends Gase.

Williamson made a comment and spoke to Gase and about Gase saying that the coaching was not the problem. 

Frank Gore- Gase Advocate

Gase might not be the offensive mind but he’s kept the team together and loyal.

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2 minutes ago, Jetsfan80 said:

At least our next QB will have a WR1 in Mims waiting for him.

Joe Douglas is a god.

Imagine a good QB with:

Perine/ a mid round RB

Becton

Mims

Crowder/ Berrios 

Olave

Pitts

 

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Darnold missed a wide open man.

He needs to be more consistent but on another team.

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Jeez, trade him for 2nd to Dallas right now. Dallas is only 1 game back in that sh*t division, lie to them and tell them that Darnold is better than their backup.

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3 minutes ago, ausman said:

Cause and effect.  Bad line, no time, poor play calling, dropped passes = bad QB.  

Cause and effect

Qb who hadn’t been able to identify blitzes for 3 years gets blitzed so he panics, he has a small brain so he stays panicked, defense knows he’s rattled so they sell out on blitzes and run blitzes = those promising rookies looking ineffective 

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2 minutes ago, ausman said:

All you experts in here...  the one area where Darnold excelled in college was rolling out and passing on the run.  He was --when playing well-- a QB that played in rhythm.  So, why no designed plays like that here for him?  Why no hurry up offense?  In other words, why have the Jets tried to make him exclusively a drop back QB?  Especially since what the O line does worst is protect a drop back QB.

Sam is good at nothing at a consistent level. They ran bootlegs for him and he didn’t do anything with them. 

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4 minutes ago, choon328 said:

The reason why teams blitz isn't bc the offensive line can't block. It's bc they know Darnold can't process the defense quickly enough to get rid of the ball to the open WR. That's his biggest issue among many issues. 

This is the truth. Darnold has never been able to figure out what to do when the defense blitzes. He does not process anything quick enough, either pre snap or post snap 

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2 minutes ago, ausman said:

And nobody got open and the line didn't take out the spy.  So your point is?  

On the pass to Wesco that was broken up, Ryan Griffin was behind him more open than Wesco. It’s the kind of pass you expect someone that’s “good on the move” should make, he didn’t. 

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