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I will keep beating this drum over and over and over again: Joe Douglas is re-building this franchise, single-handedly.  90% of the credit for this turn around and this competitive team goes to Joe Douglas.

Is he 100/100? Nope.  But who is? No one.

Give this man the credit where its due: Joe Douglas is changing this franchise with his bare hands.

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It’s been clear since he got here that he has a real plan and regardless of the past few seasons, he was steadfast in what he was building. I’ve always been a huge fan of his - nice to see things coming together. 

Now the fun begins. We may hit the off-season next year with a ton of buzz - does JD make the ‘big move(s)’ to put the Jets over the top? We‘ll see

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28 minutes ago, tommyduhamelshouse said:

I will keep beating this drum over and over and over again: Joe Douglas is re-building this franchise, single-handedly.  90% of the credit for this turn around and this competitive team goes to Joe Douglas.

Is he 100/100? Nope.  But who is? No one.

Give this man the credit where its due: Joe Douglas is changing this franchise with his bare hands.

Hiring the like-minded Saleh as his partner was the move. The front office and the coaching staff work together in the offseason identifying players in free agency and the draft. The culture change were witnessing is because of Saleh and the talent they’ve managed to bring in. Last year players scoffed at joining the Jets, and he still made some great acquisitions. Next year players will be looking to come here. 
 
It’s going to be interesting to see what the draft looks like without all the extra picks, but they were rock solid this year straight thru round four. That’s highly impressive. This last draft was franchise altering - in a positive way for a change. 

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1 minute ago, slats said:

Hiring the like-minded Saleh as his partner was the move. The front office and the coaching staff work together in the offseason identifying players in free agency and the draft. The culture change were witnessing is because of Saleh and the talent they’ve managed to bring in. Last year players scoffed at joining the Jets, and he still made some great acquisitions. Next year players will be looking to come here. 
 
It’s going to be interesting to see what the draft looks like without all the extra picks, but they were rock solid this year straight thru round four. That’s highly impressive. This last draft was franchise altering - in a positive way for a change. 

In the end our 2022 draft could be a Top 10 draft in NFL history 

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Hiring the like-minded Saleh as his partner was the move. The front office and the coaching staff work together in the offseason identifying players in free agency and the draft. The culture change were witnessing is because of Saleh and the talent they’ve managed to bring in. Last year players scoffed at joining the Jets, and he still made some great acquisitions. Next year players will be looking to come here. 
 
It’s going to be interesting to see what the draft looks like without all the extra picks, but they were rock solid this year straight thru round four. That’s highly impressive. This last draft was franchise altering - in a positive way for a change. 
You mean the head coach hiring the gm and reporting to the owner is NOT the way to go?

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25 minutes ago, slats said:

Hiring the like-minded Saleh as his partner was the move. The front office and the coaching staff work together in the offseason identifying players in free agency and the draft. The culture change were witnessing is because of Saleh and the talent they’ve managed to bring in. Last year players scoffed at joining the Jets, and he still made some great acquisitions. Next year players will be looking to come here. 
 
It’s going to be interesting to see what the draft looks like without all the extra picks, but they were rock solid this year straight thru round four. That’s highly impressive. This last draft was franchise altering - in a positive way for a change. 

Plus he finally got Woody to STFU.

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