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    [QUOTE=HessStation;3103065]OK, take a look below. What I'm saying is every year, when it's all said and done, you're looking at 2-3 solid players you're getting on average. If you get 2 big time stars you've achieved your goal.

    If Sanchez and Greene are as good as most people think they will be, (including myself) the Jets just had an A+ draft a la Revis and Harris.

    I love both these players. This team finally has an identity. A winning skilled technician for a QB and a smash-mouth running attack and defense.

    [B]4 players worth noting[/B][/QUOTE]

    [B]Thank you,[/B] I am getting so frustrated with the negativity of this board. 1/2 of the league is undrafted free agents. If Green becomes a McNeil or close, and Sanchez is a bust it still would be an OK draft. Imagine for ONE stinkin minute that Sanchez becomes only as good as O'Brien and Green becomes a McNeil or Martin. Your post is well taken but many of the fans here will trash you anyway.

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    [QUOTE=southparkcpa;3103422][B]Thank you,[/B] I am getting so frustrated with the negativity of this board. 1/2 of the league is undrafted free agents. If Green becomes a McNeil or close, and Sanchez is a bust it still would be an OK draft. Imagine for ONE stinkin minute that Sanchez becomes only as good as O'Brien and Green becomes a McNeil or Martin. Your post is well taken but many of the fans here will trash you anyway.[/QUOTE]

    Thank you for getting my point south!

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    [QUOTE=Dreamers;3103268]Normally I'd agree but these where really really bad picks for us. We trade up to 5 for a QB that would have gone 10 and pass on Crabtree for him. Stupid no matter how you say it. If you trade up it sould be for the BPA not a guy that is a mirror image of a guy you already have on your roaster. And we give up Ratliff here too which macks it 5 times worse because he could be a better QB. Then we could go for Gilbert in the 3rd but instead pass for a RB that would have likely fallen to us were we where. Stupid. We have no DEs on this team and we not only pass up on a good one but trade away the average one we already have. I hope everyone enjoys watching Thomas and Gholston playing DE next year. SAD it is just sad. Oakland and Denvers bad drafts have nothing no the crap we picked. F plane and simple this is an F draft. Worst on the boards.[/QUOTE]

    Wow , get to phone, Tanny wants to talk to you!!!!

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    Uhhh, people........................LITO SHEPPARD IS OUR 5TH ROUND PICK!!!!!!

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    [QUOTE=Beerfish;3103225]We just picked up a 'franchise' QB, there is a lot more to no depth than just not winning the superbowl one year. What happens if dbrick and another olineman go down early next year. Depth is important.[/QUOTE]

    I look at our draft and we could have had...Maclin...at #17...Mccoy at #52..at #76 we would have a number of directions to go...OL depth would have been my choice and then a blocking TE in the 4th...

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    [QUOTE=scott dierking II;3103452]Uhhh, people........................LITO SHEPPARD IS OUR 5TH ROUND PICK!!!!!![/QUOTE]

    +1 I totally forgot about that as well

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    [QUOTE=HessStation;3103065]OK, take a look below. What I'm saying is every year, when it's all said and done, you're looking at 2-3 solid players you're getting on average. If you get 2 big time stars you've achieved your goal.

    If Sanchez and Greene are as good as most people think they will be, (including myself) the Jets just had an A+ draft a la Revis and Harris.

    I love both these players. This team finally has an identity. A winning skilled technician for a QB and a smash-mouth running attack and defense.


    1 6 Vernon Gholston LB Ohio State
    1 30 Dustin Keller TE Purdue
    4 113 Dwight Lowery CB San Jose State
    5 162 Erik Ainge QB Tennessee
    6 171 Marcus Henry WR Kansas
    7 211 Nate Garner OT Ark
    [B]2-3 players worth noting[/B]

    1 14 Darrelle Revis CB Pittsburgh
    2 47 David Harris ILB Michigan
    6 177 Jacob Bender T Nicholls State
    7 235 Chansi Stuckey WR Clemson
    [B]2 players woth noting[/B]

    1 4 D'Brickashaw Ferguson T Virginia
    1 29 Nick Mangold C Ohio State
    2 49 Kellen Clemens QB Oregon
    3 76 Anthony Schlegel LB Ohio State
    3 97 Eric Smith DB Michigan State
    4 103 Brad Smith WR Missouri
    4 117 Leon Washington RB Florida State
    5 150 Jason Pociask TE Wisconsin
    6 189 Drew Coleman CB Texas Christian
    7 220 Titus Adams DT Nebraska
    [B]3 players worth noting[/B]


    2 47 Mike Nugent K Ohio State
    2 57 Justin Miller CB Clemson
    3 88 Sione Pouha DT Utah
    4 123 Kerry Rhodes SS Louisville
    5 161 Andre Maddox DB North Carolina State
    6 182 Cedric Houston RB Tennessee
    6 198 Joel Dreessen TE Colorado State
    7 240 Harry Williams WR Tuskegee
    [B]1-2 players worth noting[/B]


    1 12 Jonathan Vilma MLB Miami (Fla.)
    3 76 Derrick Strait CB Oklahoma
    4 108 Jerricho Cotchery WR North Carolina State
    4 132 Adrian Jones T Kansas
    5 143 Erik Coleman FS Washington State
    6 178 Marko Cavka T Sacramento State
    7 213 Darrell McClover LB Miami (Fla.)
    7 234 Trevor Johnson DE Nebraska
    7 235 Derrick Ward RB Ottawa (Kans.)
    7 236 Rashad Washington DB Kansas State
    [B]2 players worth noting[/B]

    1 4 Dewayne Robertson DT Kentucky
    2 53 Victor Hobson LB Michigan
    3 85 B.J. Askew FB Michigan
    5 140 Derek Pagel DB Iowa
    5 150 Matt Walters DE Miami (Fla.)
    6 200 Brooks Bollinger QB Wisconsin
    7 237 Dave Yovanovits T Temple
    [B]1 player worth noting[/B]

    1 22 Bryan Thomas DE Alabama-Birmingham
    2 57 Jon McGraw DB Kansas State
    3 88 Chris Baker TE Michigan State
    4 121 Alan Harper DT Fresno State
    5 154 Jonathan Goodwin G Michigan
    [B]1-2 players worth noting[/B]

    1 16 Santana Moss WR Miami (Fla.)
    2 49 LaMont Jordan RB Maryland
    3 79 Kareem McKenzie T Penn State
    4 101 Jamie Henderson DB Georgia
    7 206 James Reed DT Iowa State
    7 217 Tupe Peko G Michigan State
    [B]2-3 players worth noting[/B]

    1 12 Shaun Ellis DE Tennessee
    1 13 John Abraham LB South Carolina
    1 18 Chad Pennington QB Marshall
    1 27 Anthony Becht TE West Virginia
    3 78 Laveranues Coles WR Florida State
    5 143 Windrell Hayes WR USC
    6 179 Tony Scott CB North Carolina State
    7 218 Richard Seals -- Utah
    [B]4 players worth noting[/B][/QUOTE]

    Just how bad were Bradway's drafts? Tanny blows him away!

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    [QUOTE=jetswinbaby!;3103721]Just how bad were Bradway's drafts? Tanny blows him away![/QUOTE]

    Big Time!!!:yes:

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    the problem is that the average nfl player lasts about 4 seasons. since the roster is around 45, that means they need to rotate 10 players per year. now if you get 2-3 very good to great players each draft and then fill them out with jags then you would be doing pretty well.

    [QUOTE=HessStation;3103065]OK, take a look below. What I'm saying is every year, when it's all said and done, you're looking at 2-3 solid players you're getting on average. If you get 2 big time stars you've achieved your goal.

    If Sanchez and Greene are as good as most people think they will be, (including myself) the Jets just had an A+ draft a la Revis and Harris.

    I love both these players. This team finally has an identity. A winning skilled technician for a QB and a smash-mouth running attack and defense.


    1 6 Vernon Gholston LB Ohio State
    1 30 Dustin Keller TE Purdue
    4 113 Dwight Lowery CB San Jose State
    5 162 Erik Ainge QB Tennessee
    6 171 Marcus Henry WR Kansas
    7 211 Nate Garner OT Ark
    [B]2-3 players worth noting[/B]

    1 14 Darrelle Revis CB Pittsburgh
    2 47 David Harris ILB Michigan
    6 177 Jacob Bender T Nicholls State
    7 235 Chansi Stuckey WR Clemson
    [B]2 players woth noting[/B]

    1 4 D'Brickashaw Ferguson T Virginia
    1 29 Nick Mangold C Ohio State
    2 49 Kellen Clemens QB Oregon
    3 76 Anthony Schlegel LB Ohio State
    3 97 Eric Smith DB Michigan State
    4 103 Brad Smith WR Missouri
    4 117 Leon Washington RB Florida State
    5 150 Jason Pociask TE Wisconsin
    6 189 Drew Coleman CB Texas Christian
    7 220 Titus Adams DT Nebraska
    [B]3 players worth noting[/B]


    2 47 Mike Nugent K Ohio State
    2 57 Justin Miller CB Clemson
    3 88 Sione Pouha DT Utah
    4 123 Kerry Rhodes SS Louisville
    5 161 Andre Maddox DB North Carolina State
    6 182 Cedric Houston RB Tennessee
    6 198 Joel Dreessen TE Colorado State
    7 240 Harry Williams WR Tuskegee
    [B]1-2 players worth noting[/B]


    1 12 Jonathan Vilma MLB Miami (Fla.)
    3 76 Derrick Strait CB Oklahoma
    4 108 Jerricho Cotchery WR North Carolina State
    4 132 Adrian Jones T Kansas
    5 143 Erik Coleman FS Washington State
    6 178 Marko Cavka T Sacramento State
    7 213 Darrell McClover LB Miami (Fla.)
    7 234 Trevor Johnson DE Nebraska
    7 235 Derrick Ward RB Ottawa (Kans.)
    7 236 Rashad Washington DB Kansas State
    [B]2 players worth noting[/B]

    1 4 Dewayne Robertson DT Kentucky
    2 53 Victor Hobson LB Michigan
    3 85 B.J. Askew FB Michigan
    5 140 Derek Pagel DB Iowa
    5 150 Matt Walters DE Miami (Fla.)
    6 200 Brooks Bollinger QB Wisconsin
    7 237 Dave Yovanovits T Temple
    [B]1 player worth noting[/B]

    1 22 Bryan Thomas DE Alabama-Birmingham
    2 57 Jon McGraw DB Kansas State
    3 88 Chris Baker TE Michigan State
    4 121 Alan Harper DT Fresno State
    5 154 Jonathan Goodwin G Michigan
    [B]1-2 players worth noting[/B]

    1 16 Santana Moss WR Miami (Fla.)
    2 49 LaMont Jordan RB Maryland
    3 79 Kareem McKenzie T Penn State
    4 101 Jamie Henderson DB Georgia
    7 206 James Reed DT Iowa State
    7 217 Tupe Peko G Michigan State
    [B]2-3 players worth noting[/B]

    1 12 Shaun Ellis DE Tennessee
    1 13 John Abraham LB South Carolina
    1 18 Chad Pennington QB Marshall
    1 27 Anthony Becht TE West Virginia
    3 78 Laveranues Coles WR Florida State
    5 143 Windrell Hayes WR USC
    6 179 Tony Scott CB North Carolina State
    7 218 Richard Seals -- Utah
    [B]4 players worth noting[/B][/QUOTE]

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