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  1. Raiders shopping Amari Cooper, Karl Joseph

    Cooper to Cowboys seems like it'd make sense to me.
  2. Game 1, 2018: @ Detroit Lions [MNF]

    Man what a dominant display by the defensive line, Anderson looked like an animal out there.
  3. Teddy Bridgewater

    Well if I would've told you that we bought a third rounder for 500K you would laugh. Jets did a good job of allowing Bridgewater showcasing himself to let teams become interested in him. If Darnold didn't look the part, he would've gotten starts to showcase himself even more. All sides won on this deal. Saints got their potential long term starter after Brees retires for a third, Jets recouped some of the assets they traded to get Darnold who showed he's ready to start and Bridgewater lands in a nice spot for him potentially long term.
  4. Khalil Mack

    My only problem with the wait for Fowler/Ray approach, do you really think either one of them could be the main pass rusher on a team? There fine pieces, but their afterthoughts when opposing teams game plan. Mack you have to build an entire scheme for him to stop him from disrupting the game. Fowler/Ray play with so much talent around them drawing attention, there just solid options in my eyes. At the end of the day your right, it will take more than just a pick for Mack but man would I love him here.
  5. Khalil Mack

    I'm not going to lie, I have no problem moving a first and paying Mack his money. I rather secure him now then get into an insane bidding war for his services in free agency. He's literally the missing piece to this defense and he's just an force to be reckoned with. I know we already traded our second round pick for next year, I know we need to address our offensive line but chances to acquire DPOY don't come up. When you have a glaring weakness and Mack is there to be had, you make a move for him if given the opportunity.
  6. Bridgewater is really in a lose lose situation. I'd be OK with him starting the first four weeks due to our schedule in the beginning. We have three games in the first ten days, Bridgewater has been through the rigors of preparing for teams quickly, plus this gives him a chance to showcase that he's still capable of being a starter. Now if he struggles, you can turn to Darnold easily. If he's playing well, it's a shame but hopefully by then there's a team willing to make a trade for him. Bridgewater gets a chance to prove he can earn his next contract and maybe we collect some assets. Bridgewater has earned the starting job, but I don't think he ever really had a chance to be the long term starter.
  7. Really only made one bad throw on the interception, other than that he looked good. Our offensive line played like crap for the most part, I thought he did a good job of evading the pressure and placed the ball well on his throws. It wasn't a WOW performance, but encouraging nonetheless in my eyes. It really goes to show that we need to address the offensive line and badly with how many question marks we have.
  8. Game 0.1, 2018: Atlanta Falcons @ New York Jets

    Both Bridgewater and Darnold looked incredible, poised and made throws all night long. It's a shame that we went conservative on the play calling in the second half, but it's understandable. Defense looked fast, disruptive and they were swarming out there. Hopefully Crowell isn't out for a while, I really like what he brings to our team this year. Overall just an incredible performance, hell of a way to start the year.
  9. CLEVELAND BROWNS HARD KNOCKS??!!??

    As a football fan, I don't know how you can't love this show. From just seeing some of the menial tasks such as stocking the fridge to players giving passionate speeches, the show offers all of it. It's easy to say Browns are just an inept organization that'll never get it right on the internet, it's another to see Landry/Kirksey to really trying to address the culture in the locker room. With the Coleman trade, Callaway drama and the upcoming bromance of Landry/OBJ, next week should be very interesting.
  10. Revis retires!!!

    The greatest cover corner that I've ever seen, that 2009 campaign was arguably the greatest defensive season I've ever seen from a player. If this was any other sport aside from football I would've soured on the way that Revis handled the business side, but he gets a pass from me. He without a doubt goes into the Jets ring of honor and will be a Hall of Famer easily.
  11. Jets sign S Brandon Bryant, UDFA (Supplemental Draft)

    Brandon Bryant, DB, Mississippi State Bryant also figures to be selected after an impressive workout which more than 20 NFL teams attended. A well-built athlete at 6 feet and 215 pounds, his speed and explosive burst have never really translated into quality production at Mississippi State. He toyed with transferring even before being declared academically ineligible for the spring, which led to his entry in this draft. Those are legit flags. A team selecting Bryant is banking on its coaching staff being able to do what the unstable group in Starkville could not: turn his considerable athletic gifts into functional football ability. Bryant has teased it at times, notably when he played next to another safety instead of as a centerfielder-type. There is some thought a team could transition Bryant to cornerback, in the way the Packers attempted with former first-round pick Damarious Randall. If Bryant can pick up on the receiver cues better with them right in front of him instead of reading and reacting more from afar, I heartily endorse the move. The Bryant from his freshman year is worth a fourth or fifth round gamble for a team that doesn’t need him to play right away. That Bryant largely disappeared, though I liked what I saw in the LSU and Auburn games in ’17 enough that he still merits a late bid in the Supplemental Draft. His sprinter speed at his size, with his natural fluidity and decent striking power as a tackler, are in line with several recent late-round defensive backs. https://football.realgm.com/analysis/3051/NFL-Supplemental-Draft-Primer-And-Scouting-Reports
  12. Offseason news/rumours

    Just Cimini speculation, which means nothing here.
  13. 1(3). Sam Darnold, QB, Southern California

    It's really sounding like he's going to be our week one starter. If all three QB's are equal, there's no reason to hold Darnold back. Bates is just constantly gushing about him daily now.
  14. Hackenberg to Cooper is going to be the new Culpepper to Moss, watch out now! I much like everyone else was amazed how stupid the Jets were to draft Hackenberg in the second, but hey at least we got something back... right?
  15. 6(204). Trenton Cannon, RB, Virginia State

    If he turns out to be our version of Cohen, you can't be mad about that. Sounds like he's going to be our return specialist.
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