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  1. Post combine mock of doom.

    McClendon isn't going to come back. He's old and was unproductive last year. Why would you be unhappy about resigning a Pro Bowl kicker? Also don't see the Jets cutting Winters - it's really hard to start over with 3/5 of your O-Line in the same offseason. Winters is a starter level guard. Good enough for right now. I think there is a very, very low chance the Jets allow Parry, Derrick Jones, and Roberts fight it out for the other starting spot. I think they'll either bring back Claiborne again or go after someone like Ronald Darby. Lastly, the Jets are going to need A LOT more from the Redskins to move back 12 spots so they can get their franchise QB... Like first, second, third and next year's first and second; to START. Otherwise, solid job.
  2. Last Mock before FA

    If the Jets draft a WR at 3, I so quit on this team. That would be stupid. Trade back, collect picks, draft a WR in round 2 or 3 if need be. I think teams looking to trade up will be the Giants, Jax (even if they sign Foles), Dolphins, Broncos and Redskins.
  3. Just nitpicking here, but I'm 90% sure Rontez Miles signed a tender last year for like $2.4 million so no way he'd take less than that this offseason. Otherwise, certainly an offseason I can get behind! Nice job.
  4. 2019 First Offseason Mock

    Curious to hear what everyone thinks. HC - Todd "Air Raid" Monken OC - Kliff Kingsbury QB Coach - Byron Leftwich DC - Steve Wilks Cuts: Kelvin Beachum Spencer Long Isaiah Crowell Jordan Leggett Juston Burris Rashard Robinson Terrence Brooks Kevin Pierre-Louis Resignings: Quincy Enunwa (already done) - 4 years, 36 million Neal Sterling - 1 year, 2.1 million Andre Roberts - 1 year, 1.2 million Jonotthan Harrison - 1 year, 1.1 million Josh Martin - 1 year, 2.1 million Brandon Copeland - 2 years, 1.2 million Henry Anderson - 4 years, 5.6 million Neville Hewitt - 2 years, 1.2 million Darryl Roberts - 2 years, 1 million Rontez Miles - 3 years, 2.1 million Brent Qvale - 1 year, 2 million Free Agency: Le'Veon Bell - 5 years, 18 million Matt Paradis - 4 years, 8.9 million Jadeveon Clowney - 6 years, 18.5 million Demarcus Lawrence - 6 years, 19.5 million Grady Jarrett - 5 years, 16 million Ronald Darby - 6 years, 14.5 million Tyrann Mathieu - 4 years, 12 million Cap Space left after re-signings and free agency: 36 million Trades: Leonard Williams and a 3rd round pick (pick 31 of the round) to the Raiders for their last 1st round selection (pick 27) NFL Draft: Before the draft starts, the Jets trade pick 3 to the Jaguars for their 1st (pick 7), 2nd (pick 38) and 3rd (pick 69) round picks after the Jags fall in love with a QB and move up to jump over the Giants and other teams in need of a franchise QB. R1(P7): Jonah Williams, LT, Alabama R1(P27): NKeal Harry, WR, Arizona State R2(P38): Greg Little, LT, Mississippi - this selection allows us to move Jonah Williams to left guard (many talent evaluators think he might best translate there in the NFL) R3(P68): Damon Arnette, CB, Ohio State R3(P69): Devin Bush, LB, Michigan R4(P105): Dru Samia, OG, Oklahoma R5(P141): Jesse Burkett, OC, Stanford R7(P219): Emmanuel Hall, WR, Missouri Depth Chart Offense: QB: Sam Darnold, Davis Webb RB: Le'Veon Bell, Elijah McGuire, Trenton Cannon WR1: NKeal Harry, Quincy Enunwa, Robby Anderson, Andre Roberts, Deontay Burnett, Charone Peake, Emmanuel Hall WR2: Robby Anderson, Quincy Enunwa, Andre Roberts, Deontay Burnett, Charone Peake, Emmanuel Hall Slot WR: Quincy Enunwa, Andre Roberts, Deontay Burnett, Charone Peake, Emmanuel Hall TE: Chris Herndon, Neal Sterling, Eric Tomlinson LT: Greg Little, Jonah Williams, Eric Smith LG: Jonah Williams, Jonotthan Harrison, Dru Samia C: Matt Paradis, Jesse Burkett, Jonotthan Harrison RG: Brian Winters, Dru Samia, Jonotthan Harrison RT: Brandon Shell, Brent Qvale, Jonah Williams, Greg Little Defense: DL: Jadeveon Clowney, Nathan Shepherd, Folorunso Fatukasi DL: Grady Jarrett, Mike Pennel DL: Demarcus Lawrence, Henry Anderson OLB: Devin Bush, Brandon Copeland, Frankie Luvu ILB: Darron Lee, Neville Hewitt ILB: Avery Williamson, Neville Hewitt, Devin Bush OLB: Jordan Jenkins, Josh Martin CB: Trumaine Johnson, Ronald Darby, Tyrann Mathieu, Darryl Roberts, Damon Arnette, Parry Nickerson Slot CB: Tyrann Mathieu, Parry Nickerson, Damon Arnette CB: Ronald Darby, Tyrann Mathieu, Darryl Roberts, Damon Arnette, Derrick Jones, Parry Nickerson FS: Marcus Maye, Tyrann Mathieu, Darryl Roberts, Rontez Miles SS: Jamal Adams, Tyrann Mathieu, Doug Middelton Special Teams: KR: Andre Roberts PR: Andre Roberts P: Lachlan Edwards K: Jason Myers
  5. Another Mock

    108.
  6. Another Mock

    It's not an unrealistic draft at all. I used updated big boards and team needs. That's the way it played out in the simulation. Obviously your thinking on when these players will go is off. And I can do a new thread whenever I want... No one said you had to comment
  7. Another Mock

    My cap numbers are not off.
  8. Another Mock

    Again, I used FanSpeak to do a simulated offseason. All the guys I signed are young enough to be big time contributors for a long while. If this is the way this offseason went for the Jets, we should be stoked for the future of this franchise. (All draft pick trades were based on the 2018 Draft Pick Value Chart). Cuts: Rashard Robinson - Complete waste of a traded draft pick. The guy barely played any defensive snaps because he stinks. Easy cut. Jeremy Kerley - See ya. Mo Wilkerson - Don't let the door hit you on the way out big fella. Ben Ijalana - Nice player, too expensive to sit on the bench. Matt Forte - Nice career, time to go. Devin Smith - What's the point in keeping him around? Bryce Petty - He honestly just isn't very good, which is a shame because I REALLY loved him coming out of school. James Carpenter - Really good player, just no longer a fit, especially for the zone-blocking scheme we're about to deploy. Jermaine Kearse - Nice player, but just can't afford the cap hit. We release him after we sign Allen Robinson so he still can go out and find another job. Darryl Roberts - Just a numbers game. Post June 1 cut. Re-Signings: Demario Davis Mo Claiborne Austin Seferian-Jenkins Dakota Dozier Xavier Cooper Chandler Cantazaro Rontez Miles Terrence Brooks Jonnathon Harrison Quincy Enunwa Restructures: Buster Skrine - Had a good season, but way too expensive. Restructured his salary so we could keep him around a bit longer. Brian Winters - Nice player when healthy, but he hasn't played a full season in two straight years. We're at about $91 million in cap space when all of the above is factored in. Free Agency: QB Kirk Cousins - Finally, FINALLY a franchise QB for the Jets. It's only been 50 years. Adding Cousins allows us to build through the draft more quickly because we've got our QB position solidified for the next 7 years. WR Allen Robinson - Finally a true #1 WR. He's a big, reliable, young target for Cousins to throw to for the foreseeable future. CB Malcolm Butler - Second best CB on the market. He's still young, a great playmaker and obviously a stud. No brainer. Also helps to steal him from the Pats. Declined to sign Trumaine Johnson after signing Cousins and Robinson to save a bit of money. Pair him with Mo Claiborne and all of a sudden we've got a pretty scary secondary. G Andrew Norwell - This kid is only 26 and is a damn stud. He's our LG for the next 7+ years. EDGE Alex Okafor - In this simulation, Lawrence and Ansah both get franchised by Dallas and Detroit, respectively. Okafor is still a pretty solid get for us. Not a stud, but he's still good. We'll draft an Edge guy to push him a bit. DL Star Lotulelei - Good signing to help round out our DL with Mo and Sheldon no longer around. And he's still young-ish. Not a ton of guaranteed money in this signing so we can cut him in a few years if he starts to decline quick. Back to having a scary DL. After all these signings, re-signings and restructurings we're left with $33 million or so in cap space. So not only are we set for the future, we also are not cap strapped. Draft: TRADE: We obviously don't have a need for a QB at #6 and the Cardinals want Josh Allen badly. They make a move with us sending us their 1st (P15), 2nd (P15) and two thirds (P15 & 33) for our 1st (P6). R1, P15 - Derrius Guice RB LSU - THE JUICE IS LOOSE IN NYC! As far as who was still on the board at this time, the remaining players rated ahead of Guice were players in positions we have young studs and many of the players directly behind him would have qualified as over drafting. Guice is not only a value pick, he's a stud RB. Many folks rate him just behind Barkley. TRADE: At the top of round 2, we see that Billy Price is at the top of our board, yet we might be too far away to land him so we make a deal with Cleveland and move up. We get their 2nd rounder (P1) for our 2nd rounder (P5), 3rd from Arizona (P15) and 5th (P20 - originally from Dallas). R2, P1 - Billy Price C Ohio State - We just found our next Nick Mangold. This guy is so good, he'll be the anchor of our line for the next 10+ years. R2, P15 - Mark Andrews TE Oklahoma - Strictly a value based pick. This guy is a very good all around TE, needs a little refinement on a few points in his game but that'll come with game experience. Paired with ASJ, we've got a pretty nasty offense now. TRADE: This time Cleveland picks up the phone wanting to move up for a player they covet. They give us the 3rd from Arizona back (P15), a 4th (P23), our 5th back (P20) and an extra 5th (P22) for our 2nd round pick from Seattle. R3, P8 - Dashawn Hand DL Alabama - Another value pick and just a really good disrupter. We're building up the line depth we lost by trading Sheldon and cutting Mo. R3, P15 - Tyquan Lewis EDGE Ohio State - We've got an edge guy to push Okafor (and eventually replace Okafor). I like this guy, I think he's just a good football player and with Kevin Greene's coaching, he could become a stud. R3, P33 - Anthony Averett CB Alabama - This guy can be as solid contributor, especially after playing in Saban's defense over the years. We're building a young CB factory. R4, P7 - Marcell Ateman WR Oklahoma State - This guy can be really good. He's huge (6'4) and he's fast (4.45ish 40 from what I've heard and read). He'll be a nice red zone option and, with Big Play Bob likely to get suspended, could be a good deep threat too. R4, P23 - Josh Sweat EDGE Florida State - Another edge rusher (we can never get it right anyway so the more the merrier). Another guy that could be a stud with the coaching of Kevin Greene. R5, P20 - Kevin Toliver II CB LSU - DB U, a great value pick here. Again, creating a CB factory. R5, P22 - Jack Cichy LB Wisconsin - He's just a high quality guy and a high quality football player. injuries have taken a toll on him, which is why we are able to pick him here. Could be a fantastic backup MIKE linebacker if we can develop him right and get him healthy. R6, P5 - Brandon Parker OT North Carolina A&T - Best available OT left. Could be a solid developmental guy/backup caliber lineman. R7, P17 - Van Smith S Clemson - Could be a good backup S if Brooks/Middleton/Miles get cut in training camp for lack of production. Could also be a good special teams guy. God knows we need all the help we can get on those units. Depth Chart: QB: Cousins, Hackenberg RB: Guice, Powell, McGuire FB: Lawrence Thomas WR1: Robinson, Anderson, Enunwa WR2: Anderson, Enunwa, Ateman, Hansen, Stewart SLOT WR: Enunwa, Hansen, Stewart TE: ASJ, Andrews, Tomlinson, Leggett LT: Beachum LG: Norwell, Dozier C: Price, Harrison RG: Winters, Dozier RT: Shell, Qvale, Parker (he'll end up on the practice squad) DE: Williams, Cooper NT: McLendon, Simon DT: Lotulelei, Hand SAM: Jenkins, Martin MIKE: Davis, Cichy WILL: Lee, Cichy RUSH: Okafor, Donahue, Lewis, Sweat CB: Butler, Claiborne, Skrine, Burris, Averett, Toliver II, Jones, Clark (he'll end up on the practice squad) FS: Maye, Smith SS: Adams, Miles P: Edwards K: Cantazaro RS: Guice
  9. First Ever Mock Offseason

    Appreciate the kind words. All the guys I signed are 25-26 years old. That's what makes this great; much more than just a 1 year rise to fame. Cap space remains and lasting power because they're so young.
  10. First Ever Mock Offseason

    I never said it was realistic. I said it's a different approach and the way I would consider doing it. It was just a fun exercise on a dreary Sunday afternoon.
  11. First Ever Mock Offseason

    This is my first time doing this. I used FanSpeak to do a simulated offseason. Happened to be pretty fun. I took a different approach to rebuilding this team. I declined to go after Cousins and drafted a QB, but I surrounded our rookie QB with premier talent at the WR position to ease his transition. Spent on a lot of premium, young talent in FA and was still left with a lot of cap space. If this is the way this offseason went for the Jets, I would be ecstatic. Let me know your thoughts - would love to hear the feedback from everyone. Cuts: Rashard Robinson - Complete waste of a traded draft pick. The guy barely played any defensive snaps because he stinks. Easy cut. Jeremy Kerley - See ya. Mo Wilkerson - Don't let the door hit you on the way out big fella. Ben Ijalana - Nice player, too expensive to sit on the bench. Matt Forte - Nice career, time to go. Devin Smith - What's the point in keeping him around? Lorenzo Mauldin - Serious disappointment. Bryce Petty - He honestly just isn't very good, which is a shame because I REALLY loved him coming out of school. Jalin Marshall - This guy just flat out stinks. Jermaine Kearse - Just time to go in a different direction. Re-Signings: Josh McCown Demario Davis Mo Claiborne Austin Seferian-Jenkins Mike Pennel Dakota Dozier Xavier Cooper Chandler Cantazaro Rontez Miles Jonnathon Harrison Quincy Enunwa Restructures: James Carpenter - I think his poor season was more of a product of basically having a turnstile next to him at center all year. Buster Skrine - Had a good season, but way too expensive. Restructured his salary so we could keep him around a bit longer. Brian Winters - Nice player when healthy, but he hasn't played a full season in two straight years. Free Agency: WR Allen Robinson - Finally a true #1 WR. He's a big, reliable, young target for our new rookie QB. WR Jarvis Landry - Arguably the best, most reliable slot WR in the game. All this guy does is catch the football. Perfect slot WR for our new rookie QB. Plus, I imagine Big Play Bob is going to get a nice sized suspension. C Ryan Jensen - Best C on the market. And he's actually good, not something you could say for Wes Johnson. He's good play will elevate the play of his fellow OL. CB Trumaine Johnson - Best CB on the market. He's still young, a great playmaker and obviously a stud. No brainer. Pair him with Mo Claiborne and all of a sudden we've got a pretty scary secondary. EDGE Ezekiel Ansah - Lawrence resigns with Dallas in this scenario and we pounce on Ansah. Stud edge rusher. We haven't had a guy like him since we traded John Abraham. DL Star Lotulelei - Good signing to help round out our DL with Mo and Sheldon no longer around. Back to having a scary DL. After all these signings, re-signings and restructurings we're left with $35 million or so in cap space. So not only are we set for the future, we also are not cap strapped. Draft: TRADE: Jets trade up with the Giants to #2 and give up their 1st, 2nd (Seattle's pick from the Sheldon trade) and a 1st next year (checked this with the 2018 draft pick value chart and it's a pretty even swap). R1, P2 - Josh Rosen QB UCLA - Say what you want about this kid's "attitude problems" but I think he's a goddamn boss. Best pure QB in this class and most NFL ready passer of them all. Our QB of the future. TRADE: In order to get some picks back, we trade back with the Bengals. They give us their 2nd round pick (#14) and 3rd round pick (#13) for our 2nd round pick (also checked this with the 2018 draft pick value chart and it's a pretty even swap). R2, P14 - Jaire Alexander CB Louisville - This guy has what Bowles loves - good physicality and great in press man coverage. Not the tallest guy at 5'11 but he's a playmaker. He'll be the replacement for Claiborne when he's inevitably cut in a few years because he just can't seem to stay healthy. TRADE: Last trade, I promise. We trade our 3rd round pick to the Cardinals. They trade us their two 3rd round picks (#15 and #33). Also checked this with the 2018 draft pick value chart and it's a pretty even swap too. R3, P13 - Will Clapp C/OG LSU - This guy is just a good football player and can play either center or guard. We choose to have him play guard. He's going to replace Carpenter when his time is up in a year or two. R3, P15 - Mike Gesicki TE Penn State - Honestly, the value on this pick was way too good to pass up. He was valued as the 51st best player on the big board and was sitting there at 79. Couldn't pass up the opportunity for one of the better TEs in this draft at that value. R3, P33 - Nick Chubb RB Georgia - Say what you will about Sony Michel, but Nick Chubb is a monster. Before he tore his ACL the dude was one of the best RBs in the country. I still think he's a stud and can, and will, be our feature back of the future. We get him in the 3rd round too which means he comes cheap. R4, P7 - B.J. Hill DL NC State - Just a high quality DL to give us another good football player on a great DL. He's powerful and quick, a rare combo for a big fella. He's been compared to Linval Joseph; I'll take that in round 4. R5, P20 (Originally from Dallas) - Jack Cichy LB Wisconsin - He's just a high quality guy and a high quality football player. injuries have taken a toll on him, which is why we are able to pick him here. Could be a fantastic backup MIKE linebacker if we can develop him right and get him healthy. R6, P5 - Brandon Parker OT North Carolina A&T - Best available OT left. Could be a solid developmental guy/backup caliber lineman. R7, P17 - Van Smith S Clemson - Could be a good backup S if Brooks/Middleton/Miles get cut in training camp for lack of production. Could also be a good special teams guy. God knows we need all the help we can get on those units. Depth Chart: QB: Rosen, McCown, Hackenberg RB: Chubb, Powell, McGuire FB: Lawrence Thomas WR1: Robinson, Anderson, Enunwa WR2: Anderson, Enunwa, Hansen, Stewart SLOT WR: Landry, Enunwa, Hansen, Stewart TE: ASJ, Tomlinson, Leggitt, Gesicki LT: Beachum LG: Carpenter, Clapp, Dozier C: Jensen, Harrison RG: Winters, Clapp, Dozier RT: Shell, Qvale, Parker DE: Williams, Cooper NT: McLendon, Simon DT: Lotulelei, Pennel, Hill SAM: Jenkins, Martin MIKE: Davis, Cichy WILL: Lee, Cichy RUSH: Ansah, Donahue CB: Johnson, Claiborne, Skrine, Burris, Roberts, Jones, Clark FS: Maye, Smith SS: Adams, Miles P: Edwards K: Cantazaro RS: Landry
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