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  1. which defense are we running

    When Greg Williams was hired, I thought we were moving to a 4-3 base, but after free agency, we still look like a 3-4 to me. Any opinions?
  2. My Jets off-season

    I tend to agree Q should be a top 2 pick, but I remember a few years ago Leonard Williams was the top rated player coming out and he fell to #6, The Bucs only have about $16,000,000 in space, I think they will cut Desean Jackson and gain another $10,000,000 but thats not a lot of space for rookies and other ares needed filling. They only won 5 games and are cap strapped, I don't think they can spend $12,000,000 of the space on an OT. Im frequently wrong, but just a guess.
  3. Free Agency predictions, 1st round with trades

    I like the draft a lot, I think the Jets will be more active in Free Agency.. probably going to sign 3-4 big names over-all good
  4. My Jets off-season

    JETS OFF SEASON I think the direction we should go is invest heavy in free agency on the offensive side, and draft defensively. Greg Williams is going to get the most out of the defensive players like he has everywhere he has been. We invest in experienced offensive players to help build up Darnold. With that in-mind, here I go. CUTS OT - K Beachum - save $8,000,000 OG - B Winters - save $6,500,000 RB - I Crowell - save $3,000,000 LB - K Pierre-Louis - save $2,000,000 not providing production worth the salaries. RE-SIGN QB - J McCown - 2yr. - $4,000,000 per CB - Mo Claiborne - 4 yr. - $8,000,000 per thin CB class, need to keep him CB - B Skrine - 2 yr. - $3,000,000 per Good production, worth it to keep him as 4th CB S - D Roberts - 2yr - $2,000,000 per Good depth C - J Harrison - 3 yr. - $1,500,000 per Good back-up C K - Jason Meyers - 4yr. - $4,000,000 per KR - A Roberts - 3yr. - $2,000,000 per Best return man in NFL LB - B Copeland - 2 yr. - $1,500,000 per OG - J Carpenter - 2yr. - $2,500,000 per Robbie Anderson - RFA 2nd round tender - $3,110,000 The ERFA that are worth it. (I'll let the staff decide these) FREE AGENT SIGNINGS OT - Donovan Smith - 6 yr. $12,000,000 per. - he has never missed a game, only 6 penalties all 2018, plug and play for the next 6 years OG - Rodger Saffold - 4 yr. $10,000,000 per - the top ranked G in free agency, C - Matt Paradis - 5yr. - $10,000,000 per - #2 overall ranked C last year Thats a lot of money invested in the o-line, but we need to protect our franchise QB. I also want to draft multiple mid round o-line to help get better protection at value salaries. RB - L Bell - 5yr. $15,000,000 per - What better help for darnold than an all-time great RB. I do worry a bit about the amount of carries he has but I think at least 3 years he will be pro-bowl level and the last 1-2 years of the contract, Darnold should be the focus of the offense and Bell can be the complimentary player. I dont think and of the top 3 edge rushers(Clowney, F Clark, D Lawrence) make it to free agency. If any of them did, I would offer in the $18,000,000 per range. Since I dont think they will make it, here is the back-up plan DE - D Fowler Jr. 3 yr. - $8,000,000 per - Potential to be great, sell him on Greg Williams turning him into pro-bowler DRAFT Trade #3 to Jacksonville For #7 (1st) #38 (2nd) #69 (3rd) 2020 2nd round pick Close to what we gave up to move up in 2018. Jacksonville jumps everyone to get the QB they want. 1 - Ari - (DE) N Bosa - best DE in class 2 - SF - (DE) - J Allen - close second 3 - Jack - (QB) D Haskins - Jacksonville gets its rookie QB to build around 4 - Oak - (DE) C Ferrell - if he fell to the Jets, my draft would look much different 5 - TB - (OT) J Williams - to replace D Smith only much cheaper 6 - NYG - (QB) K Murray - walking into Beckham and Barkley, what a dream spot to be in 7 - NYJ - (DT) Q Williams - the interior d-line would instantly be top 5 in the league Round 2 - #6 - (OT) Cody Ford (Oklahoma) - starts at RT Round 3 - #4 - (DE) Austin Bryant (Clemson) - starts at DE Round 3 - #5 - (OG) Beau Benzschawel (Wisconsin) - by end of year is starting RG Round 3 - #29 - (LB) Khalil Hodge (Buffalo) - future starter Round 4 - #3 - (WR) David Stills (W Virginia) - big target for the red zone Round 5 - #2 - (CB) Justin Layne (Michigan St) - 6'3 with 44 tackles and 15 pass def, not bad for a 5th rounder Round 7 - #3 - (QB) Ryan Finley ( NC State) - cheap developmental QB with a lot of experience AFTER DRAFT We will round out the team with a few veteran 1 year type contracts. I would hope to get a veteran WR and DE who gets cut. FINAL VERDICT I think with all this and Sam Darnold getting better every game, the offense take a huge leap forward. The defense under Greg Williams, especially the d-line with the 2 Williams inside, Fowler Jr. and Austin Bryant on the edges, gets much better and we make the playoffs as a wild card. The future looks bright plus we have an extra 2nd round pick in 2020 from the Jacksonville trade.......
  5. NYJ Mock Offseason v 2.0

    I like most of what you have, WR Adam Humphries, TB (25) – 4 years, $40 million - not worth $10 mill per year.. CB Justin Coleman, SEA (25) – 4 years, $36 million - I like him but we can't have 3 CB making $8 mill per, either keep Claiborne or sign Coleman, not both DE Dante Fowler, LAR (24) – 3 years, $40 million - I think he can be had a little cheaper, I think a 4yr/ $30 mil closer to Michael Bennetts contract is more realistic DE Robert Quinn, MIA (28) – 3 years, $25 million - a little high priced, he compares close to Adrian Clayborn who only got 2 yr. $5 mil per LOVE the signing of Bell and Paradise, would be ecstatic if we end up with both of those.... overall I like it.... good work
  6. LOL, you really have the Jets signing 2 older players to contract after injury years....they will be way more active for younger impact players, not older injured junk
  7. I haven't done this yet, so here is my grade based on last years team vs this years QB - since only 1 person can play qb and josh was here last year, at best this is the same with the back up spot much better - SAME RB - I think it is better then last year, but with such a deep RB class, we could have got a 2nd or 3rd round RB that was just as good and younger - BETTER WR - add Quincy and Pryor, we are defiantly better, 4 good WR although I'm not sure we have a #1 WR but I think we have 4 #2 - BETTER TE - huge drop off, I think we are going to regress to 2 years ago when we had the worst TE production in the league - WORSE O-LINE - was bad to start, long is a small upgrade but we needed BIG help so I think this is a fail - SAME, BAD D-LINE - getting rid of Mo's bad attitude will be a plus, but not replacing the talent is a minus, - WORSE LB - I think this is an upgrade, DD wasn't going to repeat his career, contract year, on passing downs I think Williamson and KPL play ILB and move Lee to OLB for a fast pass rush, - BETTER CB - biggest upgrade on the team, I think we could be top 3-5 vs the pass this yearJohnson is a #1 CB which lets Claiborne slip back to our #2 CB and Skrine our slot, - BETTER S - was our strength last year and with a year of experience and better CB's, this will be even better - SAME THE TRADE I think if we end up with in no particular order Rosen or Darnold or Allen and the pick we get turns into a top 16 QB ( yes I have low expectations), I think the trade will be a win, but if we don't get a top 16 QB for the next 10-12 years, I think this is an epic FAIL and he should be fired and never get another job in football again. trading 4 pick for 1 means you MUST get a long time starter out of the trade, anything else is inexcusable!!! CONCLUSION Im not convinced there are 3 top 16 QBs in this years draft, but only time will tell, I would have loved to get 1 more top FA this year with all the cap space we had, Norwell in the middle of our O-LINE would have been huge, bringing back Sheldon would have made our D_LINE an upgrade, but thats passed now, based on $100 mill in cap space and the only slight upgrades, I would only give a C- at best, and if the trade becomes a 10-12 year top 16 QB I would move it up to a B-. MY OFF SEASON IN RETROSPECT CB - Trumain Johnson - same contract $14.5 average OG - Andrew Norwell - much better contract then he got with Jacksonville - $15 average OC - Weston Richburg - better contract then he got with SF - $11 average ILB - Demario Davis - I would have offered him the same contract we gave Williamson - $7.5 average and if he didn't take then sign Williamson (maybe it happened this way but DD said the jets never made an offer) TE - ASJ - same offer as Jacksonville and maybe a little better if needed - $5 average CB - M. Claiborne - same contract RB - I Crowell - same contract - $4 average DE - Sheldon Richardson - same contract 2 extra years - $8 average LB - Kevin Pierre-Louis - same contract - $3 average I would have offered K. Cousins a 4 year $30 per all guaranteed contract, I dont think he would have taken but I would still have offered. I WOULD NOT HAVE MADE THE DRAFT PICK TRADE, I think you stand put at 6 if a top 4 QB is there, you take him, if not S Barkley/Q. Nelson or trade back for extra or future picks QB - Teddy Bridgewater - if you don't get Cousins, I sign Bridgewater in Case we didn't get a top 4 QB at #6, we see if he is healthy and maybe the QB of the future, with the second round picks we would have still had we upgrade O-LINE, EDGE RUSH and TE dream draft 1 - Barkley/Nelson 2nd - OT 2nd - TE 3rd - EDGE this way we would have upgraded o-line, D-Line, CB's, LB's, RB's( and huge if Barkley), TE would be same as last year but better then current. QB would be at best same with a look at Teddy B to see if he can go back to being a top 16 QB.
  8. I like the Jets draft picks but you dont have them active enough in FA. They have the most cap space and the GM has officially said he wants to use it all. R Jensen is a major target to play C for the Jets. Add him and 1 more mid range FA and your good
  9. Crazy Carolina off season

    I agree 100% with you, they wouldn't trade him in the real world, but it was a fun what if
  10. as a jets fan that lives in Carolina, Ive come to think of the Panthers as my second team, so here is a crazy idea I got while talking to some other Panther fans. This is just a dream and would never happen, but fun to think about! TRADES Cam Newton to Cleveland for #1, #4 and #36, he is very good, but we get out from his $21+ contract per year and get a top rookie QB for $5 per year for 4 years. I think Cleveland does it just to make a splash and they have SOOOOOOOO much cap room that he doesn't even make a dent in the cap. Win/Win IMO. It creates $6 more in current cap space this year and $24 million in cap space next year, yes go check on overthgcap, TRADE #2 PICKS R2/PICK 32 AND R3/PICK 24 FOR JARVIS LANDRY, WITH MCCAFFERTY AND LANDRY, LIFE IS EASY ON A ROOKIE QB AS HE GROWS, LOTS OF QUICK PASSES MAKES LIFE EAZY RESIGNING D. ANDERSON - 3 YR/ $1.5M PER, HE MIGHT START SOME GAMES WITH A ROOKIE, HE MAY JUST BE A GOOD BACK-UP Brenton Bersin - 1 YR/ $1.5 PER, TIME TO SHOW YOU BELONG OR TIME TO MOVE ON Ed Dickson - 4 YR/ $3M PER, HE SHOWED IF GREG OLSEN GOES DOWN, HE CAN STEP UP Julius Peppers - 2 YR/ $4M PER, HE ISN'T GOING ANYWHERE ELSE AND SHOULD HAVE NEVER LEFT IN THE 1ST PLACE Andrew Norwell - 6 YR/ $10M PER, HE IS A TOP 3 OG AND IS GOING TO GET PAID LIKE IT, THIS MIGHT BE A LITTLE LOW BUT HOPING FOR A HOME TEAM DISCOUNT AND LOTS OF THE $$$ GUARENTEED, MAYBE THE FIRST 4 YEARS 100% WILL GET HIM TO STAY JARVIS LANDRY - 4 YR/ $14M PER, MORE THEN ALSHON JEFFERY SIGNED FOR, PUTS HIM IN TOP 7 PAID WR FREE AGENCY AFTER THOSE TEAM SIGNINGS, WE SHOULD HAVE ABOUT $16M IN CAP SPACE, KNOWING WE CAN BACK LOAD A CONTRACT WITH ALL THE SPACE COMING NEXT YEAR, WE COULD SIGN 2 MAJOR FA IF NEEDED RB - Alfred Morris - 3YR/ $3M PER, CLOSE TO THE SAME CONTRACT HE SIGNED PREVIOUSLY WITH DALLAS, A GOOD COMPLIMENT TO MCCAFFERTY, A BETWEEN TO NUMBERS POWER RUNNER CB - Trumaine Johnson - 4YR/ $15 PER, I KNOW CB IS NOT A PRESSING NEED, BUT WITH TJ, WORLEY, AND BRADBERRY, YOU WOULD HAVE THE BEST 3 MAN CB GROUP IN ALL FOOTBALL, MAKE A STRENGTH EVEN STRONGER ILB - Karlos Dansby - 2YR/ $1.5M PER - THE THINK THAT SCARES ME MOST ABOUT THE PANTHERS IS LUKES MULTIPLE CONCUSSIONS, DANSBY IS A SMART VETERAN ILB THAT CAN BE OUR INSURANCE POLICY DRAFT TRADE #1 TO DENVER FOR #5, R2/#8 & R3 #7, STOCKPILE PICKS, STILL GET A GOOD QB AND LOADS OF CHEAP TALENT!!!! 1 - DENVER - QB - SAM DARNOLD 2 - NYG - RB S. BARKLEY 3 - INDY - DE B CHUBB 4 - CAROLINA - QB JOSH ROSEN, YOUNG GREAT QB FOR THE FUTURE 5 - CAROLINA - S. MINKAH FITZPATRICK, SAFTEY IS OUR BIGGEST WEAK POINT, AND HE IS THE BEST AVAILABLE 24 - CAROLINA - RB - D GUICE, 3 HEADED RB BY COMMITTEE 2ND ROUND #8 - OLB - DORANCE ARMSTRONG JR, BACK UP THIS YEAR, REPLACE T DAVIS AFTER HE RETIRE NEXT #23 - OT - KOLTON MILLER, SOMEONE TO PUSH M KALIL BECAUSE HE WAS BAD 3RD ROUND #7 - DE - DUKE EJIOFOR, FUTURE STARTER #21 - OC - JAMES DANIELS, A REPLACEMENT FOR MATT KALIL NEXT YEAR 4TH ROUND NONE 5TH ROUND #24 - OG - BRIAN ALLEN, FOR DEPTH 6TH ROUND #23 - K - DAN CARLSON 7TH ROUND #16 - P - JK SCOTT #24 - WR - Jake Wieneke, HUGE COLLEGE NUMBERS ALTHOUGH AT A SMALL SCHOOL DEPTH CHART QB - J ROSEN/ D ANDERSON RB - D GUICE/MCCAFFERTY/A MORRIS/F WHITTAKER WR - FUNCHESS/J LANDRY/R SHEPPARD/B BERSIN/WEINKE TE - G OLSEN/E DICKSON OT - K MILLER/D WILLIAMS/M KALIL/ OG - NORWELL/TURNER/B ALLEN OC - KALIL/DANIELS DE - J PEPPERS/ADDISON/D EJIOFOR/W HORTON/ B COX JR DT - SHORT/ V BUTLER/ LOVE OLB - T DAVIS/SHAQ/ARMSTRONG JR/MAYO/ ILB - KUECKLEY/DANSBY CB - T JOHNSON/WORLEY/BRADBERRY/MUNNERLYN/GUNTER/ S - M FITZPATRICK/M ADAMS/C JONES K - D KARLSON P - JK SCOTT
  11. Final Pre-Combine Mock(Cousins Edition)

    I dont think we pay J McKown $8 mil per that he is asking for and have Cousins other than that im ok
  12. my off season, adjusted pick

    DD - the average of ILB 5-10 (assuming you dont think DD is a top 5 ILB) is 4.75 million per year, so I raised the offer to $5 per and I agree with you about M Claibore, after doing some research, he will probably get in the $7 per like Prince Amukamara got last year, he is not a #1 shutdown corner and the market "should" pay him as a good #2 CB which puts him in the $6-$8 range And I agree that OT isn't a huge need, an upgrade to protect a $210 million QB would be important, and id rather have MM for $5 per year for 4 years then Beachum at $8 per year. I think with a $30 per year QB we have to always look for cheaper options in the future!
  13. The 13 hr Work Day Mother of Mockers

    I DONT THINK Denzel Ward, CB, Ohio St. WILL FALL TO THE 2ND ROUND AND THEN PASS CLEVELAND. THEY ARE DESPERATE FOR CB AND HE IS TOP 2 THIS YEAR. IF YOU CAN MAKE IT HAPPEN, ILL SEND YOU A COKE CAUSE HE IS GONNA BE A STUD
  14. my off season, adjusted pick

    CUTS Mo - gone already Skrine - good but not worth cap number Ijalana - terrible signing Forte - retired devin smith - WTF? Bryce Petty - wanted him to be good, but not MAJOR RE-SIGNINGS Enuwa - 2nd round tender, hope he comes back 100% ASJ - 3 yr/$6M per Morris Claiborne - 4 yr/ $7M per D.D. - 5yr/ $5M per WEASLEY JOHNSON - 2 YR / $1.5M PER, JUST AS A BACK-UP SIGNINGS Cousins - 7yr/$30M per $90 in first 2 years Trumaine Johnson - 4yr/$16M per, expensive but best shutdown corner available Ryan Jensen - 7yr/$6M per yr keep qb and center together for 7 yrs Haloti Ngata - 1 yr/$2M PER, to mentor young rookie DE taken later in draft DRAFT 1 - CLEV - S BARKLEY - I HAVE CLEV SIGNING AJ MACCARON AND DRAFTING A QB LATER 2 - NYG - S DARNOLD 3 - INDY - B CHUBB 4 - CLEV - M. FITZPATRICK 5 - DEN - J ROSEN 6 - ARIZONA - B. MAYFIELD(TRADE #15, 2ND AND 3RD ROUND FOR #6) 7 - TB - D. GUICE 8 - CHICAGO - C SUTTON 9 - SF - Q. NELSON 10 - OAK - R. SMITH 11 - MIAMI - JOSH JACKSON 12 - CINN - C. WILLIAMS 13 - WASH - C. RIDLEY 14 - GB - D WARD 15 - JETS - OT/ Mike McGlinchey UPGRADE TO PROTECT THAT $210 MILLION QB, better then either OT we have now, And I agree that OT isn't a huge need, an upgrade to protect a $210 million QB would be important, and id rather have MM for $5 per year for 4 years then Beachum at $8 per year. I think with a $30 per year QB we have to always look for cheaper options in the future! 2ND ROUND (JETS) - RB - RONALD JONES II - YOUTH, 3 HEADED RB BY COMMITTEE (FROM ARI) - OLB - ARDEN KEY - BOOM OR BUST PICK (FROM SEA )- WR - Auden Tate - 6'5, great for jump balls in the end zone 3RD ROUND (JETS) - DE - DUKE EJIOFOR - STARTS DAY 1, BIG, QUICK, I LIKE HIM IN A 3-4 (ARI) - LB - SHAQUEM GRIFFEN - BLEW UP THE COMBINE, MAYBE OLB, MAYBE ILB, MAYBE WILDCARD PLAYING ALL OVER THE PLACE 4TH ROUND CB - HOLTON HILL - BIG CB, 5TH ROUND G - WILL CLAPP - 3 YEAR STARTER WHO HELPED BLOCK FOR FOURNETTE AND GUICE, FUTURE STARTER 6TH ROUND NT - DU'VANTA LAMPKIN - 6'4 /335# SPACE EATER PROJECT FOR THE D-LINE, kind of reminds me of "snacks" 7TH ROUND K - EDDY PINIERO - NOT TO OFTEN YOU GET A STARTER IN THE 7TH ROUND BONUS I WOULD TRADE 2019 6TH ROUND TO CINN FOR PICKS 7/31, 7/34 & 7/35 (WORKS ON TRADE CHART) RB - ITO SMITH - SCAT BACK WHO RETURN KICKS AND PUNTS TE - CAM SERGNE - PRODUCTIVE TE IN COLLEGE FOR DEPTH QB - NIC SHIMONEK - 33TD/10INT, SUPER LATE ROUND, CHEAP FOR 3RD QB ON ROSTER QB - COUSINS/HACK/SHIMONEK RB - RJII/B. POWELL/E.MCGUIRE/ ITO SMITH WR - KEARSE/TATE/R ANDERSON/ENUWA/HASEN/STEWART TE - ASJ/J LEGGETT/SERGNE OT - Mike McGlinchey/K BEACHUM/SHELL G - CARPENTER/WINTERS/CLAPP/ D DOZIER C - RYAN JENSEN / W JOHNSON DE - L WILLIAMS/DUKE EJIOFOR/X COOPER/Haloti Ngata NT - S MCLENDON / DU'VANTA LAMPKIN OLB - ARDEN KEY/ S GRIFFEN/ L MAULDIN / J JENKINS / J MARTIN ILB - D LEE/ D.D. / J STANFORD/D DONAHUE CB - Trumaine Johnson/Morris Claiborne/HOLTON HILL/R ROBINSON/J BURRIS/ D ROBERTS S - ADAMS/ MAYES/ T BROOKS/R MILES K - EDDY PINIERO P - L EDWARDS KR - ITO SMITH I THINK WE GO 8-8 OR 9-7 WITH THIS UPGRADED ROSTER AND NEXT YEAR UPGRADE INTERIOR O-LINE AND WR
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