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  1. agreed. I'd want to see Bell humiliate the Jets. But also... I'd like to see the Jets knock a couple of his teeth out while in the process. It's OK to want both.
  2. per Schefter: Presumptive positive covid test for Jets offensive player. Team sent home
  3. give the points. Money in the bank.
  4. ANyone watching saw the obvious. The Jets were delivering late hits and basically the visuals looked like they were looking to injure. Particularly after Denver is still flinging the ball around with a 2 score lead and garbage time. THere was definitely something wrong to what we saw and it falls on Greg Williams. Again. Gase is just an arrogant **** who will never run plays designed to meet the skills of his players. Gase would rather try to jam a square peg into a round hole due to the holiness and sanctity of his precious "game plan", which Jets fans still have yet to see.
  5. Jets fan here. Greg Williams is a P-O-S and should be suspended by the league again, let alone fired right along with Adam Gase. Jets fans do not approve. The thought of having to see them on the sidelines or in the booth for the rest of this horrid season makes me want to vomit. That is all.
  6. Greg Williams is a P-O-S and should be suspended, let alone fired right along with Gase. Too many players have come out through the years and said that dirty hits after the whistle and inflicting gratuitious damage (risking needless injury). Not the right culture for this clubhouse and is the reason why Williams has never been and most likely never will be a HC. edit: not to mention his defense has usually been overrated. and this one is another train wreck.
  7. By the end of October, when we are 0-9, the Fire Gase movement will have spread faster than Covid-19 at an indoor crowded party. @ Indi - Loss 0-3 Broncos - Loss 0-4 Cards - Loss 0-5 @ LAC - Loss 0-6 Bills - Loss 0-7 @ KC - Loss 0-8 Pats - Loss 0-9 That brings Gase back to Miami to face the Dolphins. How appropriate would it be to see Gase fired before he even gets back on the plane from losing to Miami? Double digit Losses --------------------> INSTANT FIRING but... Woody and Cris Johnson.......
  8. This incident was the final nail in Gase's coffin for me. It proves beyond the shadow of a doubt that gase is awful and must be shown the door.
  9. And it's not like he's using Ryan Griffin either, unless he is still injured (?). And last year was evidence that Darnold could click with TE when he and Griffin connected for a little while there. Gase doesn't use TEs as offnsive weapons. I have no idea why.
  10. Case in point: Mike Gesicki Stats at Penn State (2014-17): 129 catches, 1,481 yards, 15 TDs, 11.5 yards per catch in 45 games Stats as a rookie, with Adam Gase as HC (2018): 22 catches, 202 yards, 0 TDs, 9.2 yards per catch in 16 games (7 starts) Stats 2019-present: 62 catches, 730 yards, 6 TDs, 11.8 yards per catch in 18 games (7 starts) The far more tragic issue is that Darnold is doomed under gase as well. We will never know if he could have been good.
  11. bad hands, perhaps dumb as a rock too. Scott has better tape, some NFL exp and is the same size.
  12. Jaleel Scott has similar size and had better college tape. Injuries stopped his development in Baltimore, a team that drafts WRs and churns them every year. Butler was overrated. Scott could be a genuine redzone threat.
  13. The players greatly influenced him getting thrown off the team. I can't imagine a more horrible idea than to bring that personality into the Jets clubhouse. Wow. Just no. Thankfully, no one in this thread is the GM.
  14. Special Teams maybe? We did dump Cannon. Otherwise makes no sense. Not buying into a trade for Bell is in the works (argued that is the real reason Gase pulled him off the field yesterday). Not buyin it.
  15. You didn't read how the corona virus increases your body's gravitational pull? Like standing on Jupiter vs Mercury.
  16. It's what we have, so might as well enjoy them! This one was fun. I have high hopes for Mr. Becton.
  17. Oh yeah! this is what I expected! https://www.nfl.com/news/jets-rookie-ot-mekhi-becton-made-himself-known-at-first-padded-practice Jets rookie OT Mekhi Becton 'made himself known' at first padded practice Published: Aug 18, 2020 at 08:12 AM Kevin Patra Around the NFL Writer New York Jets first-round pick Mekhi Becton garnered plenty of buzz on the first day of padded practice. The size of the 6-foot-7, 363-pound offensive tackle out of Louisville stood out to teammates. "He caught me," linebacker Neville Hewitt said, via the team's official website. "I tried to get into the gap and he came off the ball pretty good. I was pretty impressed. He's a pretty big fella. ... If you see him coming, you better go at him because if you don't, he's going to get you. You better go at him." Becton's size and strength stand out, especially to defenders who have the task of getting by the massive rookie. The 21-year-old also owns athleticism to move that large body around. But it's his size that had Jets defenders marveling. "He made himself known out there and what he's capable of doing," LB Blake Cashman said. "It's all good competition. He's a great player. He's going to be somebody that's going to play a long time in this league and has more potential to grow. The first thing that stands out is just his size. Today in practice, I had to come down and take him on one-on-one. Let's just say that didn't go well for me. It's fun to watch him, fun to compete against him and I think he's going to help our offense out big-time this year." Becton's combination of size and athleticism -- running a 5.1-second 40-yard dash -- made him the No. 11 overall pick as the Jets attempt to revamp their offensive line. For those benefiting from Becton's blocking, it's a welcome sight to have the rookie paving the way. "He's just different, man," 37-year-old Frank Gore said. "He's one of the biggest guys out there. I have to see more, this was the first day in pads. Every day I just have to watch him and watch film of not just him but everybody. Then I can tell. The first day, he was talking to me out there and saying, 'I'm going to get you four yards' and I like that. "He can move. I watched him when he got drafted, just watching him play basketball and watching him slam guys into the ground. Even out here, moving pretty well. To be that big, that's crazy." Size isn't everything. We've seen large men fail in the past. But the Jets believe Becton's combo of size and athleticism will give them a stonewaller on Sam Darnold's blind side for years to come. The rookie has the physical traits to be a stud from day one. Now during training camp, he has to confirm he's got the mental acuity to pick up the offense sans an offseason workout program.
  18. Really. this is for entertainment. And yes... next time I post the Perine dragging Adams into the endzone video.
  19. but can he catch babies falling out of burning buildings?
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