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Which (non-obvious) new Jets will have the biggest impact?


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Who of everyone we brought in do you think will have the biggest impact on the team this year. Don't say Thomas Jones, because he's the starting tailback for crissake.

I'm gonna say Kenyon Coleman and David Bowens.

I'll go with Chansi Stuckey and Michael Haynes.

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non-obvious might need some clarification, but i'm going with Andre Dyson, and Leon Washington.

Dyson should be around 6 picks, but that won't be as important to us as his overall defensive play which will keep QB's picking on Revis.

LW will have as good a year as Reggie Bush, and will shut up the jet fans that think he's 'too small'.

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I'll go with Chansi Stuckey and Michael Haynes.

I like the Stuckey choice because, depending on Brad Smith's development, Stuckey may have a real chance to catch the ball. If not Stuckey then Tutt because Barnes is purely a blocker so Tutt may see more action (with the ball) as a second TE/H-back/FB. I'll also throw in a surprise O-lineman because I fully expect Kendall to be gone by the beginning of the season - #61 Adrien Clarke. He will start at one of the Guard spots and be good.

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Dan Quinn (Defensive Line coach)

That's the best one yet by far. If he can get the D-line playing better at the point of attack this Defense can be fierce. They did give up the fewest amount of points in the 2nd half of last year and that was without being totally dominant. The O-Line and D-Line are always the most important, most overlooked parts of a team. Great pick Mandarinia!

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well, I'm picking an old player and I'm taking J-mac.

lol he said NEW dammit...

I think Jmac will have a good year as well... I thought he would have last year, but Cotch prevented that with his great play...

Jmac had some good catches and a couple REALLY close big catches along the sideline...

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lol he said NEW dammit...

I think Jmac will have a good year as well... I thought he would have last year, but Cotch prevented that with his great play...

Jmac had some good catches and a couple REALLY close big catches along the sideline...

Yeah, I know, but I like to buck the system. If I had to pick a new player, I think I'm going to pick Wads, only because he is the hard luck story and I want to see him help out this team.

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That's the best one yet by far. If he can get the D-line playing better at the point of attack this Defense can be fierce. They did give up the fewest amount of points in the 2nd half of last year and that was without being totally dominant. The O-Line and D-Line are always the most important, most overlooked parts of a team. Great pick Mandarinia!

Thanks! That was my logic behind my pick

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David Harris will really make an impact in run stopping but for a less obvious pick Im gonna go with Eric Hicks who may start at RE.

A guy who i would also mention would be Sione Pouha who although isnt exactly new, he is a guy who hasnt featured too much for us so far. I believe he could come up big in the 3-4 as a NT and maybe free up D-Rob to play a little DE.

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Im gonna go with Eric Hicks who may start at RE.

Ballsy pick, considering how much competition Hicks has at that RE spot (Kenyon Coleman, Bowens, Haynes, Hamilton, Von Oelhoffen, Wadsworth, etc). I realize some of the DE's signed will likely be converted to OLB's, but I have to believe Coleman will win the job. He's certainly getting paid starter money.

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Ballsy pick, considering how much competition Hicks has at that RE spot (Kenyon Coleman, Bowens, Haynes, Hamilton, Von Oelhoffen, Wadsworth, etc). I realize some of the DE's signed will likely be converted to OLB's, but I have to believe Coleman will win the job. He's certainly getting paid starter money.

what do you mean ballsy pick??

Isnt the point of this question to pick a non-obvious player.

Like you said there is a lot of competition however it is still a weakness and IMO anyone of those players could step up. (except Kimo.)

Even if he doesnt start I think he may be able to make an impact as a situational player.

Hicks may be getting on in the years but if he gets a chance to play he may produce. This will be even more likely if he has a solid camp.

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what do you mean ballsy pick??

Isnt the point of this question to pick a non-obvious player.

Like you said there is a lot of competition however it is still a weakness and IMO anyone of those players could step up. (except Kimo.)

Even if he doesnt start I think he may be able to make an impact as a situational player.

Hicks may be getting on in the years but if he gets a chance to play he may produce. This will be even more likely if he has a solid camp.

I meant that as a compliment. I guess everyone makes "ballsy" selections in threads like these, but it just seems to me that it would be hard for ANY of the DE's we picked up this offseason to make a huge impact by virtue of the fact that they'll all be scraping for playing time.

The easier choice would go for someone at a position of relative weakness, like Jacob Bender at RT or David Barrett at CB.

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I meant that as a compliment. I guess everyone makes "ballsy" selections in threads like these, but it just seems to me that it would be hard for ANY of the DE's we picked up this offseason to make a huge impact by virtue of the fact that they'll all be scraping for playing time.

The easier choice would go for someone at a position of relative weakness, like Jacob Bender at RT or David Barrett at CB.

sorry for the harsh response, see what you mean now.:shutit:

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I'll go with Chansi Stuckey and Michael Haynes.

Haynes was horrible in Chicago. I believe that is wishful thinking on your part. Not once did he show flashes of anything. His work ethic was questionable before we drafted him, supposedly he wanted to be a vet and really loved animals moreso than football. Who knows, perhaps you guys will get more out of him that us, although I doubt it.

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Andre Wadsworth.

I think he'll be a force as a 34 OLB pass rushing specialist getting 15-25 snaps a game. I can see anywhere from 5-8 sacks for the guy. I really think he is going to come out here on fire, pumped up and ready to prove that it is not impossible to come back from all the injuries he suffered.

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