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Thanks for the voice of reason from one of the last reasonable posters on this forum.
It should be every Jets defensive player's goal to make the Broncos home crowd boo Teddy Bridgewater this Sunday.
Well, the CS keeps talking up his great week of practice, so logic would dictate that he's in the playbook for at least a few plays on offense....
Sounds like we've got ourselves a bona fide Adversity Sandwich, and we're all out of pickles.
This may just be something that happens to a lot of also-ran teams but the Jets never seem like they can do things in the right order.
You make it sound nice and simple to double a perennial all-pro pass rusher who can move all over with the clownshoes we have on the offensive...
I guess it comes down to whether you want Zach to become accustomed to throwing to covered receivers versus open receivers.
Really, what motivation does this guy have to play his ass off as a 1 year placeholder on a rebuild and probably being held hostage? What reason...
Anybody else starting to feel like we won't be seeing very much of Crowder this year?
Just think of it this way.
The Jets are a pretty decent farm team for the rest of the league.
They were much better when they were assigned...
I don't know if it's that I have achieved football enlightenment by being more interested at this point in how the players improve week-to-week...
He's with Snowden.
Considering the Jets drafted him in the 4th round and he has basically done nothing since his rookie season, I'd say that is a victory.
Looks like Q was assigned to spy CMC on that play but he hesitates for a moment when he sees that huge gap in front of him like any pass rusher would.
And you can't do that with receivers that are late out of their cuts because they swing their feet like they're on a pendulum.
You were right the first time.
I have to ask. Would the best Jets analyst in the world really have like 5 ambush ads on the main page of his site? I feel like I'm reading the...
Week 3 is usually when the smart GMs look for a fullback in a system that requires one.