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JetsFan15

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  1. 2019/2020 Offseason

    I agree with the stand pat or trade back approach this year. Not just because of the depth at positions like WR in this draft but because we need to bring in as much talent as possible. With 4 picks in the top 80 of this draft we have a chance to infuse the team with some young talent if our scouts and GM do a great job this off season. I'd be all for trading back from 11 if we are left with no top OT, CB or EDGE choice. Depending on how the draft shakes out, if WR (Judy, Lamb, Higgins et al) is there we can still get one by moving back a few spots I would. Picking up a 2nd or 3rd in the process would be awesome.
  2. Adam Gase’s job is safe per C. Johnson

    I understand your thinking but seems to me that we have not choice put to upgrade OL, Edge, CB and WR positions. If we don't then JD did not do his job and we all know he will. So my expectations is 10+ wins and playoffs as base and winning the division as ceiling. Think we can and should make a major jump this year.
  3. Adam Gase’s job is safe per C. Johnson

    Agree with your assessment. I still think CJ should have canned Mac in Jan if he was not committed to him moving forward. And if there was any doubt in Jan he should have been fired with Bowles. Anyway, hoping JD Is the answer and hoping Gase can change my initial feelings on him.
  4. Adam Gase’s job is safe per C. Johnson

    Sounds familiar??? lmao
  5. The Development of Sam Darnold

    I think that can be cleaned up with an improved OL.
  6. 2020 Draft Prospects

    Don't think the NFLPA would allow that to happen. I understand your point but reversing it would potentially negatively affect the market value of some veterans.
  7. Should the Jets re-sign Robby Anderson?

    Sam can and has to Robby before. Need a better OL to allow the deep plays to develop.
  8. Should the Jets re-sign Robby Anderson?

    I'd sign him to a John Brown type of deal .. 3 years 27 mill.
  9. Around the League: 2019 Edition

    Let's not forget how many guys we have on the IR and/or did not play last night. I am not saying we are not lacking talent but here are a few names that significantly improve our roster: Mosely, Q Williams, Adams, Herndon, Griffin, Tru (although he looks done), Williamson, Winters, Cashman..... The first 4 list above plus Williamson are some very good football players and Cashman looks to be NFL caliber.
  10. Around the League: 2019 Edition

    How bad does Wentz and the Eagles O look vs the NYG tonight??
  11. Around the League: 2019 Edition

    Cooper but I dont want either
  12. The Development of Sam Darnold

    I am not long term believer in either. Jackson's style makes me nervous for him staying healthy and productive. The list is long for "running" QBs who have a great couple of year run then flame out. Allen reminds me of how Sanchez had success with us. Great defense helping him manage game. Solid running game with two good RBs. I have more confidence in him to improve though. I'd still rather have Sam long term over the other three.
  13. Blessuan Austin

    Not his best game but I think he battled and show improvement within the game. Specifically, after his PI the next time tested deep he made sure to spot the ball and turn back. Good adjustment and learning. CB is a tough position and while I agree he had better games I think the was solid yesterday.
  14. The Development of Sam Darnold

    How about Mayfields stats 15 Passing TDs, 16 INTs, 5 Fumbles and 2 lost and 3 rushing TDs. Points to how it takes some time to progress....
  15. The Development of Sam Darnold

    Noticed that too. The OL must be addressed this offseason and I am confident we will see a much improved Darnold.
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