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3 minutes ago, JoJoTownsell1 said:

You understand how one year contracts work and why they are used? 

Good chance Cole is gone next year too. 

Yes.

I also think this years overpaid receiver will be gone like last years overpaid reciever.

Trying to save money on trash when extra would get you better. It would have gotten Robby, it would have gotten Juju. But instead we get JAGS. Douglas is a hack making the same mistakes before our very eyes and the sheep praise him for it.

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Just now, Irish Jet said:

Yes.

I also think this years overpaid receiver will be gone like last years overpaid reciever.

Trying to save money on trash when extra would get you better. It would have gotten Robby, it would have gotten Juju. But instead we get JAGS. Douglas is a hack making the same mistakes before our very eyes and the sheep praise him for it.

FFS give him a chance to see what he can do. Not every players wants to come to the Jets. He’s taking what he can get. 

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1 minute ago, New York Mick said:

FFS give him a chance to see what he can do. Not every players wants to come to the Jets. He’s taking what he can get. 

We have more cap room than any team in the league. I was told all f*cking last season how we settled for cheap trash like Perriman so we could spend big this year and here we are in the exact same boat about to f*ck over our next young QB. No ambition. No quality.

I was told to give Perriman a chance too. I knew then and I know now that they’re simply not good enough. Not for what we needed and the cycle of sh*t continues.

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Just now, Irish Jet said:

We have more cap room than any team in the league. I was told all f*cking last season how we settled for cheap trash like Perriman so we could spend big this year and here we are in the exact same boat about to f*ck over our next young QB. No ambition. No quality.

I was told to give Perriman a chance too. I knew then and I know now that they’re simply not good enough. Not for what we needed and the cycle of sh*t continues.

I wanted to keep Robbie but that doesn’t change where players want to go. If a FA doesn’t want to play for a losing franchise in one of the most expensive over crowded over taxed over lawed places to live in the United States it’s not the GM’s fault. He’s obviously getting the best players he can. 

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7 minutes ago, JoJoTownsell1 said:

Until proven otherwise you are wrong.

Exactly, we have no idea what a mid tier #2 type Wr will actually bring because the lauding of perriman last year was about the same as we are getting with the new guy.

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2 minutes ago, Beerfish said:

Exactly, we have no idea what a mid tier #2 type Wr will actually bring because the lauding of perriman last year was about the same as we are getting with the new guy.

I think you're confusing cole and Corey Davis. 

With Cole and perriman, Douglas is saying "meh, let's see if they can be of value." While with Davis he's finally saying I think he can be a significant piece. He's also not paying him to be a:#1.

No one thinks Cole is anything more than a #4WR.

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25 minutes ago, BroadwayRay said:

Only in your little world. Davis is an obvious upgrade by any objective measure. 

Corey davis is 100x more explosive and can actually stay on the field 

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Losing Robby Anderson for Perriman was a JD blunder. 

However since losing Robby Anderson JD has since A.) Drafted Denzel Mims and B.) Signed Corey Davis. 

If JD can...

Sign either one of JuJu Smith-Schuster or Kenny Golladay? 

Our WR unit would immediately become A+. 

JD is one FA splash WR away from NAILING the WR position.

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Ok, later bitch.

I get why you're mad about Cole and pray he proves us wrong, but Perriman can fick off

Edit: and for the record itd cost us more to keep Robby than what the Panthers paid. Were a perennial dumpster fire in one of the highest tax brackets. Nobody wants to play here right now for good reason 

 

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10 minutes ago, Irish Jet said:

Hahaha

A genuine cult.

 

2021 NFL Draft NFL Mock Drafts Prospect Rankings

 

2021 NFL free agency grades: Washington, Buccaneers, Chiefs, Jets leading the way with smart signings

By Cody Benjamin & Jordan Dajani 

23h ago

11 min read

 

Free agency is far from over (the second and third waves can drift well into the summer), but the first 24-48 hours of action in the NFL's legal tampering period was enough to provide all kinds of juicy headlines: The Patriots going on a spending spree of epic and uncharacteristic proportions? The Raiders bidding adieu to ... their entire offensive line? The Saints confirming their 2021 quarterback competition? As handfuls of big names agree to terms and spring rosters are molded, we've already got plenty of moves to review.

 

Keep in mind all 32 teams are still in the thick of early-offseason activity, but here's how we'd grade each club's moves -- or non-moves -- now that free agency is officially underway:

 

Note: These grades do not include moves that occurred before the start of legal tampering on March 15, except for franchise tags. Signings are not official until Wednesday at 4 p.m. when the new league year begins.

 

Arizona Cardinals

Notable moves:

 

Re-signed OLB Markus Golden (2 years, $9M)

Re-signed OT Kelvin Beachum (2 years)

Agreed to terms with Bengals WR A.J. Green (1 year)

Traded for Raiders C Rodney Hudson

Adding J.J. Watt before free agency was a splashy move, if not a bit of an overpay. And Golden is a fine rotational pass rusher to keep around. But Arizona could really use help out wide, at corner and at tight end. Still plenty of holes to address.

 

 

Grade: B-

 

Atlanta Falcons

Notable moves:

 

Traded for Bills TE Lee Smith

This is what a tight salary cap will do to you. Draft day is more important to this franchise anyway.

 

Grade: Incomplete

 

 

Baltimore Ravens

Notable moves:

 

Signed OG Kevin Zeitler (3 years, $22M)

Re-signed OLB Tyus Bowser (4 years, $22M)

Re-signed OLB Pernell McPhee

Re-signed DT Derek Wolfe (3 years, $12M)

Losing Matt Judon hurts the pass rush, but bringing back Bowser, McPhee and Wolfe certainly softens the blow, especially at such reasonable prices. Zeitler, meanwhile, could prove to be a steal as better interior protection for Lamar Jackson. 

 

Grade: B+

 

Buffalo Bills

Notable moves:

 

Re-signed LB Matt Milano (4 years, $44M)

Re-signed OT Daryl Williams (3 years, $28M)

Re-signed OG Jon Feliciano (3 years)

Agreed to deal with Saints WR Emmanuel Sanders (1 year)

They paid a premium for Milano and, to a lesser extent, Williams. But both vets have played integral roles when healthy. Retaining Feliciano also ensures that Josh Allen's supporting cast is of the utmost importance.

 

 

Grade: B+

 

Carolina Panthers

Notable moves:

 

Franchise tagged OT Taylor Moton

Signed Jets OG Pat Elflein (3 years, $11.5M)

Signed Chargers LB Denzel Perryman

Signed Cardinals EDGE Haason Reddick

Retaining Moton was priority No. 1, and they accomplished it. But who in the world convinced the front office to sign Elflein for three years? They could still use more help up front, as well as pass-catching help with Curtis Samuel unsigned.

 

Grade: B

 

Chicago Bears

Notable moves:

 

Franchise tagged WR Allen Robinson

Re-signed DE Mario Edwards Jr. (3 years, $11.5M)

Signed Cowboys QB Andy Dalton (1 year, $10M)

Re-signed S Deon Bush (1 year)

Is Andy Dalton really the answer at QB? Also, it's good they want to patch things up with A-Rob, but unless they're going to pony up serious dough (and give him a good QB, too), they may end up taking trade calls for him anyway.

 

Grade: D+

 

Cincinnati Bengals

Notable moves:

 

Signed Saints DE Trey Hendrickson (4 years, $60M)

Signed Cowboys CB Chidobe Awuzie (3 years, $21.75M)

Signed Steelers CB Mike Hilton (4 years, $24M)

Hilton and Hendrickson have lots of upside, but it's hard to praise them for essentially swapping out their own top internal free agents (Carl Lawson, William Jackson III) for comparable or inferior starters at the same spots. Oh, and where's Joe Burrow's protection?

 

 

Grade: C+

 

Cleveland Browns

Notable moves:

 

Signed Rams S John Johnson III (3 years, $33.75M)

Signed Raiders DE Takkarist McKinley (1 year)

Re-signed Rashard Higgins (1 year, $2.38M)

Somehow, they got Johnson -- one of the top young safeties on the market -- at great value. Finally, Cleveland has itself a play-making leader for the back end of its secondary. McKinley is just fine as a high-upside flyer, too.

 

Grade: A

 

Dallas Cowboys

Notable moves:

 

Re-signed CB C.J. Goodwin (2 years, $3.5M)

Signed Bills OT Ty Nsekhe (1 year)

They were never going to be splashy here, so it's hard to fault them too much for banking on lower-tier depth moves. Unless they strike gold in the draft, though, they're going to need more help on "D."

 

Grade: C

 

Denver Broncos

Notable moves:

 

Franchise tagged S Justin Simmons

Exercised 2021 option for OLB Von Miller

Signed Washington CB Ronald Darby (3 years, $30M)

Re-signed DE Shelby Harris (3 years, $27M)

Keeping Simmons and Harris is smart, and no one's going to yell at them for retaining Miller, but at his price tag? You might've been better off letting him cash in elsewhere and collecting a nice compensatory pick in 2022. Darby is fine, but again, what a steep cost.

 

 

Grade: C+

 

Detroit Lions

Notable moves:

 

Re-signed DE Romeo Okwara (3 years, $39M)

Signed Packers RB Jamaal Williams (2 years, $7.5M)

Traded for Rams DE Michael Brockers

Nothing wrong with locking up a young pass rusher at a decent number. The Lions just have so many other holes to fill, from wide receiver on down, that it's impossible to lavish them with free agency praise.

 

Grade: C+

 

Green Bay Packers

Notable moves:

 

TBD

Technically, they re-signed Aaron Jones (4 years, $48M) before tampering began. We like the commitment, even if the price is a touch steep, although now they may have to bargain-bin shop at wide receiver and elsewhere.

 

Grade: Incomplete

 

Houston Texans

Notable moves:

 

Acquired Patriots OT Marcus Cannon

Acquired Dolphins OLB Shaq Lawson for ILB Benardrick McKinney

Signed RB Mark Ingram (1 year)

Signed Dolphins LB Kamu Grugier-Hill (1 year)

Signed Packers LB Christian Kirksey (1 year)

Signed Bills WR Andre Roberts (2 years)

Signed Raiders DT Maliek Collins (1 year, $6M)

Re-signed CB Vernon Hargreaves III (1 year)

Signed Chargers QB Tyrod Taylor (1 year, $12.5M)

Signed Texans CB Terrance Mitchell (2 years, $7.5M)

Re-signed Pharaoh Brown (1 year, $2.2M)

Lots of moves, but not a whole lot of substance. Lawson could prove to be a quality edge rusher, and Grugier-Hill and Cannon offer a fair amount of upside as starters, but not even the whole bunch collectively equals a premium addition.

 

 

Grade: C

 

Indianapolis Colts

Notable moves:

 

Re-signed RB Marlon Mack (1 year, $2M)

Despite all kinds of money, the Colts have stayed quiet so far. We're waiting for them to give new QB Carson Wentz some additional offensive weaponry, or replace Denico Autry up front.

 

Grade: Incomplete

 

Jacksonville Jaguars

Notable moves:

 

Franchise tagged OT Cam Robinson

Signed Seahawks CB Shaquill Griffin (3 years, $44.5M)

Signed Chargers S Rayshawn Jenkins (4 years, $35M)

Signed Bears DT Roy Robertson-Harris (3 years, $24M)

Re-signed DE Dawuane Smoot (2 years, $14M)

Signed Seahawks RB Carlos Hyde (2 years, $6M)

Signed Steelers DE Tyson Alualu (2 years, $6M)

Re-signed CB Sidney Jones

Signed Lions WR Marvin Jones (2 years, $14.5M)

Traded for Saints DT Malcolm Brown

Like the Texans, they've done quite a bit, but quantity doesn't mean quality. Griffin and Jenkins will undoubtedly improve their secondary, but how much do you want to bet they'll be itching to get out of one or both their deals by the end of 2022? Meanwhile, if Robinson and Hyde are the only offensive pieces they add for presumptive No. 1 pick Trevor Lawrence ... yikes.

 

Grade: C+

 

Kansas City Chiefs

Notable moves:

 

Signed Patriots OG Joe Thuney (5 years, $80M)

Re-signed DE Taco Charlton

Released RB Damien Williams

Signed OT Kyle Long 

The Chiefs knocked it out of the park as soon as they agreed to terms with Thuney, who isn't necessarily a world-beater up front but can play literally every spot and do it well. Protecting Patrick Mahomes is key, and he will do that.

 

 

Grade: A

 

Las Vegas Raiders

Notable moves:

 

Signed Ravens DE Yannick Ngakoue (2 years, $26M)

Traded C Rodney Hudson (to Arizona)

Signed Bills WR John Brown (1 year, $3.75M)

Re-signed WR Zay Jones

Ngakoue enters as great value here and offers an instant upgrade off the edge. But what are they doing up front? Cutting Hudson actually costs them money, not to mention creates another hole for a group that's already down two other starters.

 

Grade: B-

 

Los Angeles Chargers

Notable moves:

 

Signed Packers C Corey Linsley (5 years, $62.5M)

Re-signed CB Michael Davis (3 years)

Re-signed K Michael Badgley (1 year)

Much like the Chiefs, their top priority was adding protection for their young QB. Linsley offers just that. Davis, meanwhile, is an underrated re-signing to start at corner following Casey Hayward's departure.

 

Grade: A-

 

Los Angeles Rams

Notable moves:

 

Re-signed OLB Leonard Floyd (4 years, $64M)

Is Floyd really worth $16 million per year? Probably not. But they learned their lesson from letting Dante Fowler Jr. walk after his renaissance in Los Angeles. If Floyd can be just a solid edge rusher alongside Aaron Donald, that's a win.

 

 

Grade: B

 

Miami Dolphins

Notable moves:

 

Acquired Titans OT Isaiah Wilson

Acquired Texans LB Benardrick McKinney for DE Shaq Lawson

Signed Lions CB Justin Coleman (1 year, up to $2.75M)

Wilson is a big name just a year removed from becoming a first-round pick, but there's a reason the Titans dumped him so eagerly. McKinney, meanwhile, is a fine replacement for Kyle Van Noy. They need to make a splash out wide.

 

Grade: C

 

Minnesota Vikings

Notable moves:

 

Signed Giants DT Dalvin Tomlinson (2 years, $22M)

Signed Chargers LB Nick Vigil (1 year)

Re-signed WR Chad Beebe (1 year)

Signed Cardinals CB Patrick Peterson (1 year, $10M)

Tomlinson is exactly their kind of addition: A big, gap-plugging body for Mike Zimmer's defense. His presence should help their edge rushing situation, so long as Danielle Hunter actually returns to it.

 

Grade: A-

 

New England Patriots

Notable moves:

 

Signed Titans TE Jonnu Smith (4 years, $50M)

Signed Chargers TE Hunter Henry (3 years, $37.5M)

Signed Ravens OLB Matt Judon (4 years, $56M)

Signed Eagles S Jalen Mills (4 years, $24M)

Signed Raiders WR Nelson Agholor (2 years, $26M)

Signed 49ers WR Kendrick Bourne (3 years, $22.5M)

Signed Dolphins DT Davon Godchaux (2 years)

Acquired Raiders OT Trent Brown

Re-signed DE Deatrich Wise Jr. (4 years)

Signed DE Henry Anderson

Re-signed CB Justin Bethel (3 years, $6M)

Signed Dolphins C Ted Karras (1 year, up to $4M)

Signed Dolphins LB Kyle Van Noy (2 years, $13.2M)

The opinions on the Pats' unexpected splurge will be varied, but we fall right in the middle. Are they overpaying for a bunch of guys? Obviously. Do free agent extravaganzas pan out? Rarely. Still, Smith and Henry will immediately improve their offense, Judon is still a Pro Bowl-caliber rusher, and guys like Agholor and Mills offer enough versatility to carve out steady roles. Next up: A real QB.

 

 

Grade: B

 

New Orleans Saints

Notable moves:

 

Franchise tagged S Marcus Williams

Re-signed QB Jameis Winston (1 year, $5.5M)

Re-signed OL James Hurst (3 years)

Keeping Williams on the tag was the first step in the right direction. As for Winston and the all-important QB spot, look, it's not ideal, but with their cap situation, it was always going to be tough to waltz into a mighty Drew Brees successor ... until the draft?

 

Grade: B-

 

New York Giants

Notable moves:

 

Re-signed DE Leonard Williams (3 years, $63M)

Signed Raiders RB Devontae Booker (2 years, $6M)

Signed Bengals WR John Ross (1 year, $2.5M)

Signed Vikings DE Ifeadi Odenigbo (1 year, $2.5M)

Keeping Williams is smart, especially after what they gave up for him and even though his $21M-per-year average wrongly suggests he's Aaron Donald-esque. But Booker and Ross at the skill spots? Come on. They need to help Daniel Jones with real playmakers.

 

Grade: C

 

New York Jets

Notable moves:

 

Franchise tagged S Marcus Maye

Signed Titans WR Corey Davis (3 years, $37.5M)

Signed Bengals DE Carl Lawson (3 years, $45M)

Signed Lions LB Jarrad Davis (1 year, $7M)

Here's what it looks like for a New York team to spend smartly. Corey Davis and Carl Lawson can be top 15 players at premium positions, and both instantly improve the Jets' chances. Jarrad Davis' deal is a little rich, but he's a high-upside plug-in, too.

Grade: A

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2 minutes ago, Bronx said:

Total Nonsense

Oh because hot takes from the media are always so true...

https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.sportingnews.com/us/amp/nfl/news/nfl-free-agency-grades-ranking-every-team-signings-trades-2019/9fsz73npd4s01m3wex99l0lvq

3. New York Jets

Key additions: RB Le’Veon Bell, ILB C.J. Mosley, G Kelechi Osemele, WR Jamison Crowder, WR Josh Bellamy, G Tom Compton, QB Trevor Siemian, K Chandler Catanzaro, CB Brian Poole

Key losses: CB Morris Claiborne, QB Josh McCown, WR Jermaine Kearse, G James Carpenter, CB Buster Skrine, K Jason Myers, RB Isaiah Crowell, RB Bilal Powell, C/G Spencer Long, DE Mike Pennel, OLB Emmanuel Lamur, WR/KR Andre Roberts, S Terrence Brooks, TE Clive Walford

Way to fill in those bubbles with the correct answers, Mike Maccagnan. The hard part — drafting Sam Darnold and then hiring Adam Gase and Gregg Williams — is finished. The Jets’ GM responded to the pressure by assembling the pieces to accelerate his team pushing for the playoffs. Bell and Mosley arrived from AFC North rivals to brace for huge impact, while Osemele is a needed rock for the offensive line. Crowder is a sneaky good move for Darnold, too.

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2 minutes ago, Irish Jet said:

Oh because hot takes from the media are always so true...

https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.sportingnews.com/us/amp/nfl/news/nfl-free-agency-grades-ranking-every-team-signings-trades-2019/9fsz73npd4s01m3wex99l0lvq

3. New York Jets

Key additions: RB Le’Veon Bell, ILB C.J. Mosley, G Kelechi Osemele, WR Jamison Crowder, WR Josh Bellamy, G Tom Compton, QB Trevor Siemian, K Chandler Catanzaro, CB Brian Poole

Key losses: CB Morris Claiborne, QB Josh McCown, WR Jermaine Kearse, G James Carpenter, CB Buster Skrine, K Jason Myers, RB Isaiah Crowell, RB Bilal Powell, C/G Spencer Long, DE Mike Pennel, OLB Emmanuel Lamur, WR/KR Andre Roberts, S Terrence Brooks, TE Clive Walford

Way to fill in those bubbles with the correct answers, Mike Maccagnan. The hard part — drafting Sam Darnold and then hiring Adam Gase and Gregg Williams — is finished. The Jets’ GM responded to the pressure by assembling the pieces to accelerate his team pushing for the playoffs. Bell and Mosley arrived from AFC North rivals to brace for huge impact, while Osemele is a needed rock for the offensive line. Crowder is a sneaky good move for Darnold, too.

You must be hung over from Saint Patrick's Day.  He is doing a great job.

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3 hours ago, Irish Jet said:

Better than Robby though.

Another Douglas FA master stroke. He goes for less than half what we gave him. And less than Keelan Cole.

 

This is not the Team you're looking for--

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Go join the Pats. They're pretty adept at bitching.

 

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7 hours ago, Defense Wins Championships said:

Losing Robby Anderson for Perriman was a JD blunder. 

However since losing Robby Anderson JD has since A.) Drafted Denzel Mims and B.) Signed Corey Davis. 

If JD can...

Sign either one of JuJu Smith-Schuster or Kenny Golladay? 

Our WR unit would immediately become A+. 

JD is one FA splash WR away from NAILING the WR position.

Really, he seems to have filled it with Jags again. Just change the name from Perriman to Davis.

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5 hours ago, Paradis said:

 

This is not the Team you're looking for--

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Go join the Pats. They're pretty adept at bitching.

 

Sorry he’s right, how many times do you have to see this cycle to get that signing None impact Jags won’t move the needle. New England crushed it, we wasted $33 on Jags.

Don't complain when the inevitable fluff piece turns out to be sh*te just like the player.

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