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6 minutes ago, Gangrene said:

 

You know that May is the deadline for Darnold's fifth year rookie contract (2022) option.

Trade or no trade, no NFL franchise on planet earth, including the Jets is picking up Darnold's fifth year option.  

IMO, this is a major, major issue.

I just can't see why the Jets would pass on 2 highly rated QB's with rookie contracts, to keep Darnold in the blind hope that he might improve.  Just can't see it.

i don't think Darnold is as bad as he played this year, and will improve some.   Just think the risk reward for Douglas' future isn't worth it. IMO it will be a hard sell to any HC candidate who has options.

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That’s because the “other guy in the room” was Maccagnan.  So CJ did know more than the other guy.  

Don’t fear being wrong. You took a swing based on legitimate info; and apparently it’s what is being heard around the league. Kudos to you, regardless of what happens. 

According to Ian Rapoport and Peter Schrager, Saleh arrived last night and met with some of the people from the Jets organization and is now meeting with Christopher Johnson this morning.  He wil

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2 minutes ago, flgreen said:

IMO, this is a major, major issue.

I just can't see why the Jets would pass on 2 highly rated QB's with rookie contracts, to keep Darnold in the blind hope that he might improve.  Just can't see it.

i don't think Darnold is as bad as he played this year, and will improve some.   Just think the risk reward for Douglas' future isn't worth it. IMO it will be a hard sell to any HC candidate who has options.

there's too many obvious reasons not to keep darnold, including cap ramifications.  i think we'll just have to be very patient here.

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11 minutes ago, Augustiniak said:

there's too many obvious reasons not to keep darnold, including cap ramifications.  i think we'll just have to be very patient here.

Your 100% correct. But.............................

As a fan, with 0 inside info, I'm really nervous.  lol  With the new incoming HC, 2 POTENTIAL franchise QB's at #2, and Darnold being off a horrible year, it's pretty clear that what happens in the next 4 months is going to control the Jets' future for 5 year's or more.

I should probably do myself a favor, and just go fishing.  :) 

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17 minutes ago, flgreen said:

IMO, this is a major, major issue.

I just can't see why the Jets would pass on 2 highly rated QB's with rookie contracts, to keep Darnold in the blind hope that he might improve.  Just can't see it.

i don't think Darnold is as bad as he played this year, and will improve some.   Just think the risk reward for Douglas' future isn't worth it. IMO it will be a hard sell to any HC candidate who has options.

Darnold, if he stays ( a big IF), I imagine will have serious competition in 2021...either a rookie or a veteran.

The Jets probably will not pass on the two top qbs after Lawrence in the draft but if they do it's because the Joe Douglas's current roster is absolutely abysmal, and it needs a massive injection of talent.

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Yup that may deadline is stupid, defeats the point of the 5th year option. Are we sure it’s correct? It makes no sense 

ok here it is, the option is only guaranteed for injury 

“Fifth-year options must be picked up prior to May 3 of the player’s fourth season and are not fully guaranteed until the start of the next year’s league year.

Fifth year is guaranteed for injury only. Ryan Shazier’s fifth year falls into this category.”

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5 hours ago, KRL said:

Since we played SF this year Saleh had to breakdown Darnold and
our offense.  If Saleh brings a unique perspective on Darnold as a
player and how to improve him he could stand out as a candidate 

One of the requirements of any head coaching interview is to completely break down the team and offer their plan. You can learn a lot from multiple interviews even with people you have no intention of hiring.

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3 minutes ago, johnnysd said:

If we hire Saleh I could see him pushing for Sewell and then maybe RB and QB later to try and focus on run heavy offense.

The best thing for a run heavy offense is to draft Fields 

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1 minute ago, BloodGreen said:

 


Purely a gut feeling thing, but I like Glenn and have reservations about Saleh. No reasons behind it, beyond a feeling.


Sent from my iPhone using JetNation.com mobile app

 

Maybe it’s because Victor Green is your profile picture? 
 

And you’re nostalgic like me?

 

I’m also very intrigued by Glenn for no other reason than..its aaron glenn! Come on! Dude was the man !

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1 minute ago, Joe Jets fan said:

Not a very long interview.  Not a good sign

do you know what times the interview started and stopped and how it compares to other 1st round interviews that are being conducted in 2021 via zoom?

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37 minutes ago, QB1 said:

The best thing for a run heavy offense is to draft Fields 

Well yeah anything to keep from him having to throw against nfl defenses

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24 minutes ago, BroadwayRay said:

Everything I've read about this guy points to him going to Detroit.

Why?  The lions are arguably just as horribly run as the Jets and in Detroit

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2 minutes ago, Philc1 said:

Why?  The lions are arguably just as horribly run as the Jets and in Detroit

he's from the state of michigan.  grew up in michigan.  went to college in michigan (northern michigan).  and started his coaching career in michigan (mich state and central michigan).

doesn't mean he will wind up taking the lions job.  but his roots are why many think he will

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41 minutes ago, jetblue95 said:

do you know what times the interview started and stopped and how it compares to other 1st round interviews that are being conducted in 2021 via zoom?

Well since SF is 3 hrs behind I would guess the interview did not start before 10 eastern, 7 SF time.   It was done before 1:30 eastern 

To me, that’s not a long time for an interview for a regular job, never mind a NFL head coach 

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2 hours ago, Adoni Beast said:

Saleh is the best of the coordinator options.

I just really doubt he comes here.

This. 

We better get serious about Jason Garrett or it’s going to be Marvin Lewis. 

SAR I

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