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Did Connor Hughes tweet that the Jets will be first in line if Lamar Jackson is made available?


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3 minutes ago, Barry McCockinner said:

 

Feels like a disaster waiting to happen.  We pay a fortune in assets to trade for him.  Then we make him the highest paid QB in the NFL with a ton of guaranteed money.  Then he never stays healthy and it blows up in our face.

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5 minutes ago, usanyj said:

I agree with you, but the devil's advocate is Jackson is only 26...he's going to be very fast, for a very long time.

I’m not totally against it. He’s probably the most electrifying player in the game right now at the most important position in team sports.

But it definitely comes with risk.

And with the amount of money and draft picks we’d have to dish out to make it happen, it could potentially dick us over for at least another half a decade if it doesn’t pan out.

It’s also going to be a classic case of sticking a square peg in a round hole if the Jets remain committed to this Shanahan offense.

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Just now, Untouchable said:

I’m not totally against it. He’s probably the most electrifying player in the game right now at the most important position in team sports.

But it definitely comes with risk.

And with the amount of money and draft picks we’d have to dish out to make it happen, it could potentially dick us over for another half a decade if it doesn’t pan out.

It’s also going to be a classic case of sticking a square peg in a round hole if the Jets remain committed to this Shanahan offense.

Seriously this is the same offense that wouldn’t allow mims or moore on the field b/c they didn’t know enough positions.  

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2 minutes ago, Untouchable said:

I’m not totally against it. He’s probably the most electrifying player in the game right now at the most important position in team sports.

But it definitely comes with risk.

And with the amount of money and draft picks we’d have to dish out to make it happen, it could potentially dick us over for at least another half a decade if it doesn’t pan out.

It’s also going to be a classic case of sticking a square peg in a round hole if the Jets remain committed to this Shanahan offense.

I think this will be interesting, pricewise, because JD is now GMing for his job.  He might be a different animal this offseason in the moves that he makes to save himself.

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12 minutes ago, Charlie Brown said:

Let me get this right the team which can sign him is reluctant because they have concerns about his " dedication" to football, and who had to design a specific offense for him should be overlooked by a team in the Jets who have concerns about a gym rat in Wilson because he may literally burn himself out by being too dedicated and for whom they wouldn't change their offense for at all......

Hmmmmmmm seems like just the Jetsy thing that they would do!

I can't believe anyone is buying that Zach Wilson is failing because he's putting in too much work. Impressed, actually.

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1 minute ago, usanyj said:

I think this will be interesting, pricewise, because JD is now GMing for his job.  He might be a different animal this offseason in the moves that he makes to save himself.

Absolutely right.  It could be his downfall (and ours)

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3 minutes ago, JetPotato said:

I can't believe anyone is buying that Zach Wilson is failing because he's putting in too much work. Impressed, actually.

Ummmm just going by what has been reported, but I am sure the secret tapes and files you and others have along with your JFK assassination materials are far more accurate... :) 

All I ask is to show me two credible sources that Zach Wilson has been lazy and not a hard worker and we talk..

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3 minutes ago, frankiepapa said:

What type of picks would we have to give up? Would it be similar to what we were willing to give up for tyreek Hill last year?

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It’s going to be way more than that

A minimum of two 1st rounders and other picks as well. Not to mention the richest contract in league history.

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