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  • Trading for Cromartie

    76 62.81%
  • Signing LT

    5 4.13%
  • Trading for Holmes

    37 30.58%
  • Signing Taylor

    3 2.48%
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Thread: Best Offseason Move so far.....

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    Best Offseason Move so far.....

    What has been the best offseason move for the Jets so far???

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    Cromartie, holes, lt, .............. Gaylor

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    Personally I think its Cromartie hands down.

    Having a guy with the coverage and ball skills like Cromartie on the other side of Revis is going to be huge for our defense.

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    Can you put Cimini leaving the NY Daily News as one?

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    Not trading for Marshall.

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    [QUOTE=Untouchable;3567963]Not trading for Marshall.[/QUOTE]

    Agreed!!

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    Trading Kerry Rhodes.

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    Aquiring a CB, Passrusher, RB, and WR without giving up much, and which in turn allows us to utilize the low number of draft picks to the fullest however the GM and coach see fit.

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    IMO it's Cromartie, with Holmes being 2nd. A very good cover corner opposite Revis can bring this defense to another level, which is scary.

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    [QUOTE=jetsfan1983;3567962]Can you put Cimini leaving the NY Daily News as one?[/QUOTE]

    LOL :D

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    Cromartie.

    We couldn't hold on in the 2nd half against Peyton Manning because we had nobody to pair with Darrelle Revis and Cromartie, even if he doesn't revert back to his 2007 form, is light years better than Lito Sheppard, Paper Cut And I'm Out 3 Weeks Donald Strickland, and Dwight Nickelback Lowery.

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    LOL! Someone actually voted for the fuk-tard! :eek: I'll bet it was a troll! Are they allowed to vote?

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    Cromartie with Holmes a close second.

    I am not a fan of either the LT or Taylor moves.

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    [QUOTE=Dcat;3568046]LOL! Someone actually voted for the fuk-tard! :eek: I'll bet it was a troll! Are they allowed to vote?[/QUOTE]

    I checked who voted for who and it was "The Boston Patriot"

    Surprised, I thought it woulda been a phins fan.

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    [QUOTE=Green Jets & Ham;3568886]Good Catch, LT. Columbo :thumbup:

    [b]This was an obvious attempt at sabatoge, so I voided that fraudulent vote[/b][/QUOTE]

    lozzz. I love the way you worded that Ham. I am cracking up right now:D

    O, and I voted Holmes. I think he will elevate this offense to new heights, not only in his production but in how he will open up the rest of the field (Keller and the running game in particular).

    I think our D would be really good with or without Cromartie, although I do like the move, just like the Holmes one a bit better considering we only gave up a 5th.

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    Hopefully the best move will be NOT releasing Faneca, Ellis and Thomas for "financial reasons." Especially since the organization just bent over backwards to improve the financial situations of 2 of our newest players (Cro and Holmes).

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    I'm voting signing Taylor just to make some more babies cry.. Although the Cro was the way to go..:yes:
    Last edited by Savage69; 04-21-2010 at 05:25 PM.

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    Cromartie. It is a win/win. If he is good, great we keep him. If not, we don't resign him.

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    Cro, most people don't realize what his addition does for our defense. LT and JT are aged vets who are nice additions, and Holmes is a nice addition to our receiving core which was already decent, however we are a run first team.

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    Trading for Holmes. Even though he'll be missing 4 games, he's arguably the best WR on the Jets right now. It's a low cost potentially high reward move. Cromartie may very well play as awful as he's played the last two years.

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