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Connor Hughes@Connor_J_Hughes 7m The #Jets said they viewed Alijah Vera-Tucker as a “top-10” player. That’s why they traded up to go get him.

I'm not sure why everyone is hell bent on trading back from 34 just to get back a late 3rd. You're going to pass up on a potential 1st round value just to get back what will most likely be a career ba

So I think that AVT trade is the best of Douglas' career. Recouping a 4th and giving up two 3rds in a draft where everything after the top 30 players is a crapshoot is great. Throwing Lawrence away fo

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45 minutes ago, kdels62 said:

I did the research in the layman way and the takeaway is that this isn’t really a long term issue and he’s no more at risk than the average QB to injure himself. There are YouTube videos of doctors explaining Wilson’s shoulder injury and why it’s not a risk going forward. 

You made up a conclusion and then pretended like you had legs to stand on. If youu wanna discuss Wilson’s negatives, that’s legitimate. If you wanna pretend like you’ve given more than a cursory thought to his injury and what it actually means in terms of risk, then you’re full of it.

Cool story Doc.  

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2 hours ago, TeddEY said:

https://www.newyorkjets.com/video/all-access-the-call-that-made-ol-alijah-vera-tucker-a-jet

Sorry, I can't find this on twitter or somewhere I could embed it, but this is the call to AVT.

The genuine excitement to have this guy is palpable.  It jumps out more than these typical calls.  More so, then even the Zach Wilson call.

No doubt, the Jets got their guy.

 

Here it is.

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On 4/29/2021 at 10:18 PM, RutgersJetFan said:

Yes but look on the bright side. At least we can count on you starting a new thread with a very long winded and schizophrenic post tomorrow about how you've come around after putting some thought into it.

You really nailed this one 😆

Quick, who are we picking next? Lol

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On 4/30/2021 at 12:54 PM, kdels62 said:

I did the research in the layman way and the takeaway is that this isn’t really a long term issue and he’s no more at risk than the average QB to injure himself. There are YouTube videos of doctors explaining Wilson’s shoulder injury and why it’s not a risk going forward. 

You made up a conclusion and then pretended like you had legs to stand on. If youu wanna discuss Wilson’s negatives, that’s legitimate. If you wanna pretend like you’ve given more than a cursory thought to his injury and what it actually means in terms of risk, then you’re full of it.

Look @Warfish has a point. Ligament/soft tissue injuries always carry an increased risk of re-occurrence. Is it high enough that I take a guy off a draft board? Probably not if it's a singular injury. But long term there are concerns as he ages vs if he never had an injury to start with. He's the pick at this point and you have to hope the percentages fall in our favor over the short and long term. There are plenty of papers to support this with regards to recurrence rates, etc.

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