2013 is Rebuilding year
Let's face it 2013 we need a new QB, OC, RB, new LBs, DC, etc
So what stradegy gets us prepared to take over the division in 2014. Do we load up on Draft picks now that we are in the top 10. Do we trade high priced players? What your stadegy if you were GM?
watched a piece on Jimmy Johnson last night. Traded Herschel Walker for about 5 picks and players. he ran that team like a furor.
Originally Posted by RMJK
We need a real HC with vision and patience...I fear Woody won't allow it.
I would trade Revis for picks.....
Try and get alot of picks. We have tons of holes. Don't see how we get more though other than trading down. Revis is the only one who could be tradeable for anything of value. I also don't think we have any compensatory picks this year, we wasted most of those last year.
we start with a capable GM/Chief of Football Operations
we cut a lot of dead wood (Scott, Smith, Pace, Thomas, Pouha, Moore) and clear some cap space
We try and fumigate the franchise of Pickchez if there is any way possible without the full 18 million cap hit.
A trade with Seattle our bad contract for theirs with Pickchez signing a revised contract giving him upfront money to in effect have the Jets pay half or so of his idiotic contract due If that's not doable then we just let him rot on the bench for the season and acquire a relatively cheap vet backup in the offseason to compete with McElroy for the starting job
Just off the top of my head and maybe it makes no sense but it's something to start discussion
Noone will take Sanchez
Trade Cromartie for Picks.
Let Keller go
Let DeVito go
Let Green go
Draft OLine and WR or RB round one
Draft QB round 2
Draft LB and Safety and TE later rounds RB too
We had a decent Defense without Revis. He could get us a 1st and 3rd and free up millions. Enough to offset Sanchez's cap hit.
Originally Posted by Beerfish
I like your idea of lot of trading down to get us a bunch more picks. We need to have a lot of young blood in TC next year.
trade down for right price.. Oline should be primary focus.. Go back to 09,10. Even with Sanchez, everyone in the building knew we were running we still could run it.. Lost 2 big players on line, and tried to patch it back with crap.. and look what happened to offense.. Protecting the qb is big.. Most good qbs have a strong line protecting them.. No way is Sanchez the guy but for the next guy strong Oline will be huge..
At this point it looks like 2014 will be one as well.
Especially with next years brutal schedule.
Mostly agree but Pouha was a force before he got hurt. Evaluate him first.
Originally Posted by sg3
Harris is slow and is 12 mil.
Originally Posted by tfine350z
Why would Norv come here?
Moore got pushed back on the locked FG. He has regressed. DBrick had a bad year. Wayne Hunter the RT got replaced by a rookie and needs to develop. I'm getting indigestion. :D
Originally Posted by Cleansweep2013
I typically don't like revolving door coaches but Rex needs to go. His philosophy of drafting and free agents galore for D helps his defensive resume but he is the HC. The failure of the offense is on him and why should we let him pick his third OC. Bring on anybody with a vision beyond a half a day and we would see an improvement.
You're right he might get offered a HC job; however, there was a thread that said Norv and Phillip River deal was being discussed.
Originally Posted by Vin
He might come because he likes a challange and likes coaching Rivers. Everbody has a price is a good reason too.
After the game, on SNY, Adam Schein said something I hadn't heard before. According to Schein, Indy played this year with the most dead cap money. Irsay just accepted that he'd eat the cost, then cut everyone, and moved on with a new coach, players, the whole shebang.
Originally Posted by sg3
I hope Woody will embrace the same philosophy.
:) Indy had the number 1 pick and got Andrew Luck. We have the what 10th pick with no one near Lucks skill set. I don't think that would work for us this year.
Originally Posted by Borgoguy
Jets rebuilding years:
and yet again in 2014.
My bet is, they`ll be rebuilding forever until they actually win another SB, which may never come again. At least in most of our lives anyway.
Then the Browns and Lions have never stopped.
Originally Posted by The Band