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Posted 10 Sep 2015GG2003 started a conversation in the banter box that I thought was worthy of a post so here it is. Personally I think we will be the surprise of the league. We all can agree the D will be very good. The questions are on the other side. Fitz can be a manager and should not be forced to be more than what he is like he was in HOU. He will be a click above a game manager. He has tools to work with. If we can score 24 points a game we will win a lot of games. I see us splitting the division going 3-3 our other wins will be CLE, WAS,OAK, JAX, HOU NYG TEN. That puts us at a 10 win season. Maybe a game either way but I'm sticking with 10.
Posted 9 Jul 2015I am thinking of taking my family on a trip this winter to D.C. and NY. I have family and friends in both. Here is the thought process.
Fly into Philly Saturday 12/26.(cheapest tickets by a lot)Check out Liberty bell, Eat a cheesesteak and other shizzle.
Drive to Met Life and catch Patriots at Jets 12/27
Do the NYC tourist stuff with Family Monday-Tuesday. Stay with family on LI
Drive to DC on Wednesday (3.5 Hours?)Stay with family.
Thursday Friday check out DC
Saturday AM drive to Philly and catch red eye home.
Other than what may be pretty cold weather anyone see any debacles with this?
Posted 17 Jun 2015
QuoteColin Kaepernick to the Jets?
Written By Trevor Conley Posted: 06/17/2015, 09:55am
The New York Jets have made some great moves to rebuilding there team in 2015, however one position that is still up in the air is the teamís starting QB.
However, depending on how things go this season the Jets might look to make a move on a player like Colin Kaepernick.
According to The Big Lead, when the 49ers take the field for the first time in 2015 they will not look like the same team they were in 2014. They lost about a half a dozen starters via free agency and retirement. The biggest holdover from that era is QB Colin Kaepernick, who the 49ers gave a lot of money to in the summer of 2014. He proceeded to regress badly, which could be part of Harbaughís ugly situation.
John Clayton of ESPN writes if the 49ers find themselves in a situation where the team goes 5-11 they might be tempted to trade Kaepernick to a quarterback starved franchise, like the Jets, for the right price.
The Jets Top 15 pick in the 2016 draft and Muhammad Wilkerson (who fills the Justin Smith void) is a good jumping off point. The Jets might have to toss in one more middle-round pick to make it work.
Wilkerson is certainly a great option to build a major trade around, and depending on how Geno Smith plays this season Jets fans will get a better idea of what the future may hold for their franchise.
The Jets might not be willing to give up as much as the 49ers would be looking for, and there no telling if Niners will truly fall apart in 2015. But, expect some sort of trade talk rumbles to happen if things donít go their way.
Posted 16 May 2015
Quote#3 New York Jets
Brian Hoyer officially joined the Texans, leaving the Jets with Geno Smith as their starting quarterback. After an offseason that saw the Jets trade for Pro Bowl wide receiver Brandon Marshall and talented running back Zac Stacy, sign running back Stevan Ridley, and draft wide receiver Devin Smith, the Jets could suddenly be a quarterback away from having an offense that may actually strike fear into opposing defensive coordinators. New general manager Mike Maccagnan has proven that he is willing to be aggressive, and landing a player like Kaepernick could be enough to turn the Jets into a legitimate playoff contender in 2015.
Brian Hoyer reportedly leaning toward, leaving the Jets with Geno Smith as their starting quarterback. After an offseason that saw the Jets trade for Pro Bowl wide receiver Brandon Marshall and talented running back Zac Stacy, sign running back Stevan Ridley, and draft wide receiver Devin Smith, the Jets could suddenly be a quarterback away from having an offense that may actually strike fear into opposing defensive coordinators. New general manager Mike Maccagnan has proven that he is willing to be aggressive, and landing a player like Kaepernick could be enough to turn the Jets into a legitimate playoff contender in 2015.
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Posted 2 May 2015
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