Best Jets Offense In Years....

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  1. LeonNYJ

    LeonNYJ Well-Known Member

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    I don't think it's impossible. Between having a weapon like Bell running the ball and a more offensive minded coaching staff, he can make huge strides this year. If Darnold takes that next step teams will have to choose whether to stop the run or pass, it will pay huge dividends.
     
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  2. GQMartin

    GQMartin Go 'Cuse

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    Glad to hear you enjoyed bud. Thanks for the feedback on my post too!
     
  3. DefenseWinsChampionships

    DefenseWinsChampionships Well-Known Member

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    Guys like Jamison Crowder, Chris Herndon and Quincy Enunwa are going to become 3 important weapons and 3 players I welcome within my foxhole any given Sunday.

    But I'm telling you now.

    Our QB/RB/WR trio of Sam Darnold/Le'Veon Bell/Robby Anderson is pound for pound one of the NFL's top 5 most talented trio's @ QB/RB/WR.

    Potential wise it's through the roof all 3 are electric within their own right.

    It's not often a that a young and up coming Franchise QB in the makings gets paired with a top 1-2 RB (within prime) and a top 5 NFL deep threat on the outside. That's scary.

    It's going to be super fun for us Jet fans to say the least.

    I loved Pennington/Martin/Coles but Darnold/Bell/Anderson is going to become N.Y Jets primetime. A must watch trio moving forward. It's the most exciting offensive show in NY right now.
     
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  4. Acad23

    Acad23 Well-Known Member

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    C'mon man...

    Don't make me go all Ralebird on yer ass...
     
  5. FJF

    FJF 2018 MVP Joe Namath Award Winner

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    Emmitt aikman Irving
    James manning Harrison
    Faulk Warner Bruce/Holt take your pick
    That’s just off the top of my head
     
  6. Section 336

    Section 336 Well-Known Member

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    You are seriously over rating Robbie Anderson. he wouldn’t even be a starter on more than half the teams in the NFL.

    Jets need a serious upgrade at WR if they want to be a good/playoff team.
     
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  7. HomeoftheJets

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    Yes he would be. He isn't a number one receiver, but he's arguably a solid number two and no worse than a very good number three.
     
  8. FJF

    FJF 2018 MVP Joe Namath Award Winner

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    I’d say you are underrating Robbie as much as phillystax is overrating him. And word out of camp is he is running a lot more of the route tree. Robbies a legit nfl wr with room to grow.
     
  9. Jets81

    Jets81 Well-Known Member

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    I think that’s going a little to far but I get what you’re saying. Robbie, like Darnold, still has plenty to prove in my opinion.
     
  10. Wahoo

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    Heh. Heheheh. Heh heh heh ha. HA. HAHAHAHAHAHA. HA. Funny stuff


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  11. rscherwin

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    It's not about where Robbie ranks against other receivers. It's how he forces defenses to scheme for him. Robbie Anderson is a threat to score on any play, because he can defeat any CB long 1:1 on any play.

    Couple that with
    1) An accurate QB, and
    2) 2-3 players on the field that linebackers and safeties must focus on,

    and yes, we have a phenomenal, complementary QB/RB/wr combo.

    On top of that, if Robbie continues to develop more than the go route, he'll be a 1:1 matchup nightmare that will require a ton more double teams, opening it up even more for Leveon and the rest of the WRs.
     

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