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  1. I still can’t get over the fact that Bowles didn’t play Jones more once his starting CBs got injured.
  2. It’s at least encouraging that he plays like his hair is on fire and doesn’t take plays off. His motor runs hot all the time. He has some maturing to do, but this isn’t a Quinton Coples’ situation.
  3. 2019 prospects and outlook

    That’s a ridiculously high standard, are you kidding me. If he turns into Gerald McCoy/Geno Atkins then he’s worth the pick. So by that logic, Josh Allen would have to be better then Von Miller to be worth that pick huh?
  4. #JetsNewUnis

    This has me in tears, real or not.
  5. Offseason Program Begins Today

  6. 2019 Offseason Preview/FA Rumors

    Wouldn’t be surprised if he’s traded to the Jets for Darron Lee.
  7. 2019 Offseason Preview/FA Rumors

    The year he spent on the Jets he was screwed out of multiple TDs. I’m not saying he’s great, but I think he makes for a good #2 TE who would compliment Herndon’s skill set well.
  8. 2019 Offseason Preview/FA Rumors

    I think he’s proven that he is a mismatch in th red zone.
  9. 2019 Offseason Preview/FA Rumors

    Hope this comes to fruition.
  10. Leo Williams

    Gregg Williams uses twists/stunts as much as any defensive coordinator in the league. Leo has always excelled at them. Should really open things up for Leo production wise.
  11. 2019 prospects and outlook

    https://www.profootballfocus.com/news/draft-josh-allens-versatility-makes-him-a-top-5-pick ”Perhaps most impressive is his overall efficiency when rushing the passer as Kentucky only sent him after the quarterback 520 times over the last two years (about 1.25 seasons for most rushers) and Allen notched 24 sacks, 24 QB hits and 50 hurries during that time... Allen has the burst and bend to challenge NFL offensive tackles right off the snap, and it resulted in his creating pressure to the outside shoulder of offensive tackles once every seven snaps last season... He’s dropped into coverage 300 times over the last two seasons, far more than any other top edge defender in this draft class. While most edges drop into “curl/flat” responsibilities where most plays are made working downhill in condensed space, Allen has shown the ability to run down the field with tight ends and running backs while showing impressive catch-point ball skills.”
  12. Leo Williams

    Pretty sick of this narrative. He’s one of the best players from his draft class. Where he was taken should have no effect on the Jets decision to extend him or not. The fans that think the Jets should trade him or not extend him are the ones who bought into any hype that he was a generational prospect. Those kind of players don’t fall to the 6th pick. He was always a raw prospect with tremendous tools.
  13. Leo Williams

    https://www.profootballfocus.com/news/pro-a-look-ahead-to-the-top-potential-free-agents-in-2020 “Leonard Williams will only be 26 next summer after he completes the final stretch of the fifth-year option of his rookie contract in New York. The interior defender’s production has quietly been lost amid the Jets’ roster rebuild, but Williams has provided overall grades of 75.0 or greater in each of his four seasons in the NFL. The USC-product has also generated an average of 52 total pressures and 34 defensive stops over that span.“ Leo finishes inside the top 10 amongst interior defensive lineman in both pressures and stops on a yearly basis. I know this is a crazy concept, but maybe just maybe he’s actually a top 10 DT?
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