Jets are coming

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    Re: Jets are coming

    Let it go, guys. Doesn't matter.

    What matters is if or when the Jets will be relevant again. With Revis gone and Sancheese still there it really doesn't matter this year. They're toast, and it's only a matter of time before Rexy Ryan is out - and the buttfumbler as well.

    IMO maybe they are competitive again around '15, if they strike gold with the #1 pick next year...

     
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    Re: Jets are coming

    They have no depth in so many places it will take flawless drafting this year and next. They need to dump Sanchez sooner rather than later - but as I recall his contract extension will create a ton of dead money when they do.

    As a Pats fan, it will be a sad day when Sanchez is no longer a Jet. The buttfumble on Thanksgiving (and my birthday) is just so d*mn epic.

    QB is a mess, RB, TE, OLB, CB, S are all thin, and a lot of current starters are average or maybe slightly better than average. Their two best players as of now? Holmes returning after injury, and who? Cromartie? Dawan Landry? Mangold? Not real gamechangers in my book.

    I agree the rebuild truly starts in '14, I just think it is going to take a few years from there.

     

     
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    Re: Jets are coming

    Their new general manager was just promoted from a lowlier underling position at the Seattle Seahawks.  At Seattle his management team saw a total of 44 team victories and 52 losses.  It's not as if he comes from an above-500 team.  It's always possible that he was the diamond in the rough at Seattle, not one of the lead weights dragging the team down to an average of 7-9 or 6-10 per season.

    Also, he never was a general manager before, so maybe he needs to make his mistakes first, get them out of the way.  The draft hits in 2 days.   We'll see whether or not he has gotten his troops ready and able to pounce on every other team's small drafting mistakes.  I wonder if Rex Ryan will demand his personal player choices over the new colorless GM's personal opinions. 

    In John Idlik's first major move, he got rid of that malcontent Revis Island.  Interesting move.

     
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