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  1. 2020 Draft Prospects

    https://overthecap.com/draft/ Look at 2020's compensatory selections. The site is almost accurate so assuming I did the math right, Jets may have 120th selection in 4th round, 160th in 5th, 192th in 6th and 228th in 7th.
  2. 2020 Draft Prospects

    Also, Gregg Williams doesn't require first round talent in CB to make his defense look respectable. However, Jeff Okudah is real deal there. We will see.
  3. 2020 Draft Prospects

    McGlinchey at 9th. Miller at 15th. Conklin at 8th. All are currently RTs so we should not get upset if we don't get LT there.
  4. 2020 Draft Prospects

    Without any trades and I dislike qbs not name Joe Burrows, both would be taken by 7 easily. A bunch of FA signings and traded picks will wreck everything.
  5. 2020 Draft Prospects

    Damn Jonah Williams being on IR. heh. Tua has been able to make all nfl throws so OL blocking is adjusted accordingly. Prior to Tua's era, the Tides were conservative passing offense so many of OL played that way made a little bit or less impact in NFL. Tua's offense is completely different so give those OL some benefit of doubt. After Thomas and Wirfs, it is down to Austin Jackson and Jedrick Wills. I picked Wills because of better strength. In real life, a several teams may make trade up and take pathetic qbs so Thomas or Wirfs may be available for Jets at 9 (entering the Ravens game).
  6. Around the League: 2019 Edition

    Impressed that you think the pick up football team would win 9 games easily. lol. Be aware that Bengals beat Jets bad enough to prompt Patriots to spy at Bengals' sideline. 1-11 team, FFS.. Easy schedule or not.
  7. Around the League: 2019 Edition

    Gase had no power to construct the roster and MM neglected his priorities to fix the team. Just hold that thought until next season because Joe Douglas will do anything to meet Gase's plan for the team.
  8. 2020 Draft Prospects

    Neutral Draft (no trade up or down, no FA influence) 1. RT Jedrick Wills, Alabama. 2. Edge Terrell Lewis, Alabama. 3a. CB Jeff Gladney, TCU. 3b. RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire, LSU. 4. LT Matt Peart, Connecticut. 5. WR Isaiah Wright, Temple. 6. C Kenny Cooper, Georgia Tech.
  9. Should the Jets re-sign Robby Anderson?

    Mark him a transition tag just in case if he accepts an affordable contract.
  10. 2020 Draft Prospects

    Same for WR, CB, Edge. Jets can fill out or overfill holes with FA and subsequently they omit specific position as draft need. I stay neutral and do all positions whether or not they are classified as a draft need. Long Snapper will be included. lol. edit: well, maybe not WR because it will be too long list. Anyone may be as good as another one.
  11. The Development of Sam Darnold

    Darnold doesn't have strong arm strength by natural. Right mechanic he makes a solid throw. Wrong mechanic he is a toast. Simple.
  12. 2020 Draft Prospects

    QB for non Jets teams- 1. Joe Burrow, LSU. Prove to be more than just managing game. 2. Justin Herbert, Oregon. After the final play against Auburn, I looked away. He's more of statistic padding qb than carrying the team. 3. Tua Tagolovia, Alabama. Outside top 10 for better contract (benefit to team) 4. Jacob Eason, Washington. Depending on which HC believes in him. 5. Jamie Newman, Wake Forest. Ideally working under Greg Roman if he gets HC gig. 6. Jake Fromm, Georgia. Not his fault that he is limited to run oriented team but team gambling with confidence is required to make it possible. QB as a backup for Jets if necessary. I prefer re-signing Trevor Siemian, nevertheless. 1. Brian Lewerke, Michigan State. NFL tools. 2. K.J. Costello, Stanford. "Chicken" isn't in his vocabulary. 3. Nate Stanley, Iowa. Hawkeyes often produce back up qbs. 4. Case Cookus, Northern Arizona or Jacob Knipp, Northern Colorado. Injury history but has pro skill set. 5. Ian Book, Notre Dame. Nothing's special but could be a solid manager.
  13. 2020 Draft Prospects

    Ah Wake Forest' WR Scotty Washington. His qb is Jamie Newman who happens to have a rifle for an arm. Scotty's hands are incredible but he is not much of YAC threat. If Jets want to have WR that can move the chain through the traffic, he could be the ONE. Good size 6 4 230 with strong hands.
  14. Week 13: NY Jets vs Cincy Bengals

    Make an announcement when you get the job at NY-NJ sites or ESPN.
  15. Week 13: NY Jets vs Cincy Bengals

    This award was edited by me. I was just referring to Jets donating important win to the freaking winless team. Hence, their winning this award.
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