Jets might let Cromartie leave via FA, and are repotedly interested in Asamougha.

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    Re: Jets might let Cromartie leave via FA, and are repotedly interested in Asamougha.

    Sounds like you guys are the ones with question marks.  You better get a solid line in front of your golden boy you just paid all that money to.  the book is out on brady, hit him and hit him hard.  No line and no running backs, you will need those picks to fill holes.  Next year you will be talking, again, about how young your team is and how this team is going to get better. 
     
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    Rusty, I will show you next year, okies???
     
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    Re: Jets might let Cromartie leave via FA, and are repotedly interested in Asamougha.

    we had just as much of a chanch to win the SB last year as the pack and steelers.  We played a terrible half of football and that was the end of our chance at the trophy last year.  We are going to reload and take another shot.  Simple as that so lets not overcomplicate it.  I know enough about football that if you dominate physically and protect the football your chances of winning are pretty good.  You guys tried to get all cute with the spread offense to keep our blitz in check but that didnt work so well did it.


    As far as Brady having time on most passing plays, that is fine but if you hit him early and hit him hard he seems to get rid of the ball faster or think he needs to get rid of the ball faster and well, you dont need to have pressure only have the QB think he has pressure.  Do you understand that or should I type slower?
     
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    Cromartie leaves, Taylor is not resigned and only one of Holmes and Edwards is signed. Probably Holmes. Harris signs the franchise tender and the Jets still have to decide what to do with LT, Woody and Jenkins. Asamougha will want as much or more money than Revis. If that is the case than the Jets could tie up 25-30 million (a season) on two defensive players (excluding Harris' franchise deal). If they managed to keep all the players on the 2010 roster (excluding Baby Papa) they would be in cap hell for years.
     
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    Rusty, you should read des' post about speculation.





     
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    Cromartie leaves, Taylor is not resigned and only one of Holmes and Edwards is signed. Probably Holmes. Harris signs the franchise tender and the Jets still have to decide what to do with LT, Woody and Jenkins. Asamougha will want as much or more money than Revis. If that is the case than the Jets could tie up 25-30 million (a season) on two defensive players (excluding Harris' franchise deal). If they managed to keep all the players on the 2010 roster (excluding Baby Papa) they would be in cap hell for years.
    Posted by JohnHannahrulz


    25-30 million is a lot closer than the 40 million rusty trombone was throwing around earlier.  I admit that is a lot to pay your corners but you could basically put 9 men in the box and dare a qb to throw.  You could save a ton of money on the rest of the D(outside of harris and scott who already have contracts in theory).
     
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    In Response to Re: Jets might let Cromartie leave via FA, and are repotedly interested in Asamougha.:
    That was on Bill O'Brien.  I wouldn't expect the stars to align like that for you again, though. This is sort of the point. Your team peaked and blew it. You aren't heading to 3 straight AFC title games. The fact you think this will happen illustrates your delusion and arrogance all warpped into one, which is really the Jets fan's problem. One was a fluke, this last one was a last ditch effort to make it. It's over.
    Posted by BBReigns


    you would have thought i was delusional if i told you when we got rex we would go to the AFC championship game each of his first 2 years as HC. you thought I was delusional when I told you that we would kick your buttocks last year.  you were so sure we would implode.  now you predict that we cannot field a competitive team with a salary cap in place that doesnt even exist at the time of this post.  who is delusional?  open your eyes man!!!!  you will have to deal with the jets for the forseeable future.
     
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    the draft is more speculative than any other aspect of a football teams operations, no?  You are so sure that your BB hooded genius is a lock with 6 picks in the first 3 rounds. you are riding shotgun in this draft, no doubt, but it does not guarantee your franchises success.  if you would have gotten that guaranteed top 5 pick from oakland like you thought you would be sitting a lot prettier, no?
     
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    In Response to Re: Jets might let Cromartie leave via FA, and are repotedly interested in Asamougha.:
    The Jets didn't kick the Pats butts. They split and NY eeked out a win in the playoffs by 7 points. The 45-3 score was a thrashing, but you drips like to gloss right over that one. You're whole scale of achievement is so out of whack, this is what your issue is. You will never see a SB. Ever.
    Posted by BBReigns



    I will sign up for those results next year rusty trombone. would you?  I thought so.
     
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    Re: Jets might let Cromartie leave via FA, and are repotedly interested in Asamougha.

    In Response to Re: Jets might let Cromartie leave via FA, and are repotedly interested in Asamougha.:
    the draft is more speculative than any other aspect of a football teams operations, no?  You are so sure that your BB hooded genius is a lock with 6 picks in the first 3 rounds. you are riding shotgun in this draft, no doubt, but it does not guarantee your franchises success.  if you would have gotten that guaranteed top 5 pick from oakland like you thought you would be sitting a lot prettier, no?
    Posted by WeDerrWEDAT



    Yes, the draft is very speculative, BUT, contrary to what I had thought that we would be worse off with Pioli leaving, the record shows that since he left, his replacements have done an outstanding job with drafting.  So yes, I am very positive on the first 6 picks, much better than if I were to only have 2 picks in rounds 1 through 3 ( and low ones at that).
     
    I was disappointed when I was watching last years draft, but in retrospect, I would have to grade the draft an A with how it turned out and how these rookies were able to contribute.

    I would think this year will be even better since if they do use all 6 picks (1st 3 rounds), the probability is pretty high to get some productive players from this draft, or at a minimum, they have the chips to have the flexiblity to trade up/down to improve their position for this years and/or next years draft.
     
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    Re: Jets might let Cromartie leave via FA, and are repotedly interested in Asamougha.

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    In Response to Re: Jets might let Cromartie leave via FA, and are repotedly interested in Asamougha. : Yes, the draft is very speculative, BUT, contrary to what I had thought that we would be worse off with Pioli leaving, the record shows that since he left, his replacements have done an outstanding job with drafting.  So yes, I am very positive on the first 6 picks, much better than if I were to only have 2 picks in rounds 1 through 3 ( and low ones at that).   I was disappointed when I was watching last years draft, but in retrospect, I would have to grade the draft an A with how it turned out and how these rookies were able to cotribute. I would think this year will be even better since if they do use all 6 picks (1st 3 rounds), the probability is pretty high to get some productive players from this draft, or at a minimum, they have the chips to have the flexiblity to trade up/down to improve their position for this years and/or next years draft.
    Posted by patswirelessfan


    I thought it takes at least 3 years to grade a draft.  You are riding shotgun in this years draft, i try to be objective although i am a diehard jets fan and admitting that the pats have a positive thing going is tough : P
     
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    Re: Jets might let Cromartie leave via FA, and are repotedly interested in Asamougha.

    Honestly, Rusty, the Jets dominated the playoff game.  I'm a Pats fan, but let's be serious here. The Jets totally trashed our offense in that game, just as they did in the two prior Meadowlands games.  I was very surprised they were able to pull that off in Foxboro (where we had beaten them handily they past two outings), but they did it.  

    The Jets are a good, not great, team--but they are built very much to beat the Pats. To beat them consistently we need to get significantly more diverse on offense--with either a more fearsome deep game or (preferably in my mind) a more powerful running game.  The Jets offense doesn't scare me much, but that defense is very much capable of stalling our offense as long as we remain so one-dimensional.  
     
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    Re: Jets might let Cromartie leave via FA, and are repotedly interested in Asamougha.

    In Response to Re: Jets might let Cromartie leave via FA, and are repotedly interested in Asamougha.:
    Nnamdi will be a Jet if he takes a serious pay cut.  My guess is he will go to the Cowboys.
    Posted by DoNotSleepOnThePats


    they need d-backs... and have $
     
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