Robby Anderson. Already one of my All-Time favorite Jet receivers.

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  1. BroadwaySam

    BroadwaySam Well-Known Member

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    My user name has absolutely nothing to do with Adam Gase so that's a pretty stupid theory. I've also had season tickets in my family since the 60s, been going myself since the early 90s and plan to go on long after 2020. There's massive irony in you creating this thread to laugh at people... we're all laughing, just not WITH you. Do everyone a favor and go find a Panthers website to type a million words a minute on.
     
  2. Cman65

    Cman65 The Dark Admin, 2018 BEST Darksider Poster

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    Well, RA is a Panther now. DWC, I hope you're gonna be ok.
     
  3. DefenseWinsChampionships

    DefenseWinsChampionships Well-Known Member

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    Don't hope for me. Hope for Sam Darnold and this offense. Who has a slot receiver Crowder and not a single deep threat WR anymore.

    2011. Sanchez lost Edwards and Cotchery. Replaced by aging Plaxico and Mason. Offense went to complete crap after two back to back postseason runs. Did you hope for Sanchez back then too?
     
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    Cman65 The Dark Admin, 2018 BEST Darksider Poster

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    Actually I did.. to no avail. I would like to think JD has a bit more upstairs than that crew of idiots back in 2011. With JD restocking the OL which hopefully goes from God-awful to adequate, he has the luxury to draft a elite WR early and still get help with the other 7 picks we have. This may be addition by subtraction. RA was a good Jet and a good WR, but I dunno if he was $12m good.
     
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  5. MaximusD163

    MaximusD163 Well-Known Member

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    I have a theory... maybe far fetched but listen.

    April 30th, 2016, Robby Anderson goes undrafted.
    His agent tells him which teams are interested that afternoon.

    April 30th, 2016, DWC joins TGG.

    May 5, a couple of days after, Robby gets to Officially sign.

    DWC is RA
     
  6. JerzeJets

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    Is warrior banned?
     
  7. K'OB

    K'OB Well-Known Member

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    Personally yes ;)
     
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  8. DefenseWinsChampionships

    DefenseWinsChampionships Well-Known Member

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    I don't like Perriman nearly half as much as I did Anderson, but like Anderson he's blazing fast and now I really hope to land Breshad out of need; because as of right now we literally do not have a speed burning demon of a deep threat on the outside in order to stretch the field for Darnold vertically and we need one before heading into this up coming draft.
     
  9. apjbfc

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    I think it says a lot about the front offices feeling towards Robbie that the transition tag for 15mill was not used.

    They clearly didnt believe he was that essential to Sam and let him test the market.

    B grade player gets a B grade contract which is about right, one i would have given too him though.

    Will be interesting to see in the next few days, if our offer comes out in the press.

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  10. mrjet80

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    JD is gonna go OT, WR X2, another OL, and probably a CB within the first 4 rounds. The OT will be at #11, not sure exactly where the other positions will be drafted but the Jets will be taking advantage of the stocked positions - OL and WR.

    I think the Jets were drafting 2 WRs before Robby left......now they definitely are.
     
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  11. The Dark Knight

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    Now I can officially say that Robby Anderson is NOT one of my favorite All-Time Jets WR's. He was a solid #2 WR on a team that never was close to the playoffs and had a poor offense the majority of the time. I don't blame him for that, but I will not look back on the Robby Anderson Jets era with fondness. It was brutal. He wasn't the problem though.
     
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  12. RonPi

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    He's basically at the bottom of the list of these guys who had at least 14.9 yds/catch last year. Almost
    all of these guys had more total yards and most had more td's:
    Name Yds Yds/c TD
    1 Robby Anderson 779 14.98 5
    2 Amari Cooper 1189 15.05 8
    3 Randall Cobb 828 15.05 3
    4 Courtland Sutton 1112 15.44 6
    5 Chris Godwin 1333 15.50 9
    6 D.K. Metcalf 900 15.52 7
    7 Terry McLaurin 919 15.84 7
    8 Chris Conley 775 16.49 5
    9 DeVante Parker 1202 16.69 9
    10 Michael Gallup 1107 16.77 6
    11 Mike Evans 1157 17.27 8
    12 Stefon Diggs 1130 17.94 6
    13 Kenny Golladay 1190 18.31 11
    14 A.J. Brown 1051 20.21 8
    15 Mike Williams 1001 20.43 3

    Looks like he's the poor man's Chris Conley. I think I can get over this.

    Ron
     
  13. JoeWalton

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    Maynard, Sauer, Caster, Barkum, Walker, Toon, Moore, Chrebet, Keyshawn, Coles. Anderson can't hold anyone of those guys' jockstraps. And all of these guys played during an era where you can tee off on WRs and not get a penalty. Today's receivers are playing flag football compared to these dudes.
     
  14. DefenseWinsChampionships

    DefenseWinsChampionships Well-Known Member

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    You're crazy. These guys aren't playing flag football out there in today's game (it's still a violent sport). These linebackers of today would have murdered offensive players of the 1960's etc.

     

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