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  1. Jets to hire Gregg Williams as DC

    I could be wrong but I think his problem at Indy was they tried to make him a 43 DE. I think as a 43 DT he’d be fine. Also can Jenkins play The Mike? He’s the right size and is a good tackler. Schobert was an OLB in college and was turned into a pretty good Middle linebacker. I can also see Jenkins gaining 5-10 lbs and playing the DE provided we get a pass rusher on the other side
  2. 2019 Offseason Preview/FA Rumors

    Ja’Wuan James from Dolphins might be a better option, depending on his relationship with Gase
  3. Jets to hire Gregg Williams as DC

    I think so. I saw him on tv last year (I think on FSN1) when he mentioned that they (Jets) really thought they had a good player when they drafted him.
  4. Jets to hire Gregg Williams as DC

    To be fair to Mangini, he thought he had one when we drafted Gholston in 2008.after all he did have 14 sacks in his last year at Ohio State. Rex and Bowles never seemed to really want one. On the old site I remember that the “Waldo” formula for twitch and power showed that Gholston was a high risk as an edge rusher. That’s one of the reasons why I would want to see how this year’s edge rushing class does before drafting one at 3.
  5. 2019 prospects and outlook

    Lol if it’s someone like Kupp, Godwin, Golladay or 4th round Westbrook sure. In two years they are at least as good as the #5 pick Corey Davis and better than the 7th (Williams) and 9th (Ross).
  6. 2019 Offseason Preview/FA Rumors

    I’m not concerned that much with the testing (Orlando Brown had a decent, not great, rookie year, as an example of someone that tested poorly) but more with the drills i do hope we trade down picking him at say 7 and greeting the 39th pick would be nice.
  7. 2019 Offseason Preview/FA Rumors

    I’m for waiting to see how he does at the combine but I’m pretty sure he’s getting drafted in the top 10 picks unless he’s totally outplayed by one or two other OL.
  8. 2019 prospects and outlook

    I think Robbie can be a playmaker if he just got a little stronger . Most games l listened to the Jets on radio. The broadcasters made the point that Robbie can’t win contested balls because he lacks the strenght to take the ball away from the defender. If Wischusen and Lyons can see that why can’t the coaching staff? Robbie needs to be in the gym building his hand and arm strenght. Q has the size and speed to play outside in the Z position but the coaches seem to like playing him in the slot. Is it because he can’t run the routes or just because the coaches think he’s better in the slot?
  9. 2019 prospects and outlook

    Amaro had 38 receptions with 53 targets on 372 snaps in his rookie year, Herndon 39 with 56 targets in 625 snaps. I think Herndon is a better all around TE but let’s see how he progresses. Gase might like Leggett more who knows
  10. 2019 Offseason Preview/FA Rumors

    I doubt we sign Parker https://bleacherreport.com/articles/2802098-devante-parkers-agent-rips-adam-gase-calls-hc-incompetent-amid-trade-rumors
  11. Adam Gase hired to be the HC of the NYJ

    But he had Tannehill, Cutler and Osweiller. Hopefully having Darnold will open up his playbook. In truth I was jealous of the Dolphins when they hire him. Some of the things I read about him over the years down here in South Florida has me skeptical but again I’d take Darnold over any of the QBs he had to work with.
  12. 2019 prospects and outlook

    His first instinct was to post a picture of him in a Giant uniform. I’d love for there to be a battle for him between Giants and Jags. Surely one of them come up to 3 and we get their first and at least 2nds
  13. 2019 prospects and outlook

    Paradis and Saffold in free agency would be the top of my wish list. Hunt or Bell would be the cherry on top so to speak. In that case, even if we sign a second tier edge, I would love to get Allen or trading back a little and picking up Brian Burns.
  14. A Brown or L Bell?

    You’re right and since I’m a Jet fan probably Maynard, Sauer and Toon (both he and Chrebet suffered from a bunch of concussions going over the middle) if we took Rice and SF took Toon, Toon probably would be in the HOF.
  15. A Brown or L Bell?

    I don’t think you can’t fairly compare today’s receivers, who playing in a passing league where they can’t be touched, with guys that played before. Give me Art Monk, Chris Collins, Paul Walfield, Tim Brown, Lionel Altworth, Charlie Taylor, as well as aforementioned Moss, TO, Rice, Fitz and Calvin Johnson. Geez Marshall and Andre Johnson spent most of their careers playing for average or subpar QBs and still put up five 100 receptions seasons each. Don Hutson (who retired 6 years before I was born) led the league in receptions 8 of the 11 years he played. In 38 and 40 he was 2nd. Including him in a top 10 list would certainly be justified