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    fyi :

    ~ ~ Scouts Inc. and ESPN Insider's Matt Williamson have ranked players at all positions in the NFL heading into the 2012 season and the Jets are led by shutdown corner Darrelle Revis. Revis is ranked fifth overall and is one of five Jets in the top 200. Here's how Gang Green fared in the rankings :


    QB: Mark Sanchez: No. 31 QB

    QB: Tim Tebow: No. 34 QB

    RB: Shonn Greene: No. 29 RB

    WR: Santonio Holmes: No. 159 overall, No. 24 WR

    TE: Dustin Keller: No. 12 TE

    OT: D'Brickashaw Ferguson: No. 96 overall, No. 9 OT

    C: Nick Mangold: No. 38 overall, No. 1 C

    OG: Brandon Moore: No. 193 overall, No. 10 OG

    OG: Matt Slauson: No. 50 OG

    DE: Muhammad Wilkerson: No. 43 DE

    DT: Sione Pouha: No. 20 DT

    LB: David Harris: No. 49 LB

    CB: Revis: No. 5 overall, No. 1 CB

    CB: Antonio Cromartie: No. 29 CB

    S: LaRon Landry: No. 35 S

    S: Eric Smith: No. 36 S

    S: Yeremiah Bell: No. 49 S

    K: Nick Folk: No. 18 K

    P: T.J. Conley: No. 23 P

    > http://espn.go.com/blog/new-york/jet...-s-ranked-jets

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    hey man...

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    hows is conley the 23rd punter, hes got to be worse then that, i figured 30-32. hes pretty much the worst punter of the 32 in the nfl

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2foolish197 View Post
    hey man...
    hi sg3 ! !



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    "The team may also look for ways to get Conner the ball."
    - God help me if they do another fullback quick handoff up the middle on 3rd and short.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kelly View Post
    hi sg3 ! !


    no idea what you are trying to say dude...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2foolish197 View Post
    no idea what you are trying to say dude...
    i'm sure...




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    Time running out for Schilens, Sapp...

    > http://www.newsday.com/sports/footba...sapp-1.3920058

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    The Jets pared their roster to 80 Saturday by waiving seven players: G Terrence Campbell, LS Derek Chard, DT Matt Hardison, WR Dexter Jackson, CB LeQuan Lewis, S Marcus Lott and WR Raymond Webber.

    Teams are required to be at 75 players by 4 p.m. Tuesday. The final cutdown, to 53 players, is 9 p.m. Friday, the day after the Jets close the preseason in Philadelphia.

    > http://espn.go.com/blog/new-york/jet...m-roster-to-80

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    Westhoff :
    Best kicking competition ever

    > http://espn.go.com/blog/new-york/jet...mpetition-ever

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    Roster analysis : Who's on the bubble ?

    QUARTERBACK

    Locks: Mark Sanchez, Tim Tebow, Greg McElroy

    Bubble: N/A

    Outside looking in: Matt Simms

    Comment :
    Simms has flashed some arm talent, but they won't keep four.


    RUNNING BACK

    Locks: Shonn Greene, Bilal Powell, Joe McKnight

    Bubble: John Conner, Terrance Ganaway

    Outside looking in: Jeremy Stewart

    Comment :
    Conner probably makes it, but the diminished value of the fullback puts his roster spot up for discussion. Josh Baker also can play fullback; LB Nick Bellore also is seeing time there.


    WIDE RECEIVER

    Locks: Santonio Holmes, Stephen Hill, Jeremy Kerley, Patrick Turner

    Bubble: Chaz Schilens, Jordan White

    Outside looking in: Eron Riley, Royce Pollard, Wes Kemp, Stanley Arukwe, Joseph Collins

    Comment :
    Schilens probably will make the 53 (unless they import a veteran), but his injury situation has created questions.


    TIGHT END

    Locks: Dustin Keller, Jeff Cumberland, Josh Baker

    Bubble: Dedrick Epps

    Outside looking in: Hayden Smith, Tarren Lloyd

    Comment :
    Cumberland (concussion) will make it, but his opening-day status bears watching.


    OFFENSIVE LINE

    Locks: D'Brickashaw Ferguson, Matt Slauson, Nick Mangold, Brandon Moore, Austin Howard, Wayne Hunter, Vladimir Ducasse.

    Bubble: Caleb Schlauderaff, Robert Griffin, Matt Kroul.

    Outside looking in: Paul Cornick, Dennis Landolt, Fred Koloto

    Comment :
    Schlauderaff would've helped his value by making the transition to center, but that hasn't worked out.


    DEFENSIVE LINE

    Locks: Muhammad Wilkerson, Sione Pouha, Mike DeVito, Quinton Coples, Kenrick Ellis, Marcus Dixon

    Bubble: Jay Richardson, Martin Tevaseu

    Outside looking in: Damon Harrison

    Comment :
    Looks fairly cut and dried here. Richardson has made some plays, so he deserves consideration.


    LINEBACKER

    Locks: David Harris, Calvin Pace, Bart Scott, Bryan Thomas, Aaron Maybin, Josh Mauga, Demario Davis

    Bubble: Garrett McIntyre, Nick Bellore, Ricky Sapp

    Outside looking in: Brett Roy, Marcus Dowtin, Damario Ambrose

    Comment :
    McIntyre and Bellore are looking good, but can they afford to carry nine linebackers?


    SECONDARY

    Locks: Darrelle Revis, Antonio Cromartie, Yeremiah Bell, LaRon Landry, Kyle Wilson, Eric Smith, Josh Bush

    Bubble: Ellis Lankster, Antonio Allen, Julian Posey, Isaiah Trufant, D'Anton Lynn

    Outside looking in: Ryan Steed, Donnie Fletcher

    Comment :
    Tough decisions here. There's a lot of competition for the eighth, ninth and 10th spots, if they keep 10.


    SPECIALISTS

    Locks: LS Tanner Purdum

    Bubble: PK Nick Folk, PK Josh Brown, P T.J. Conley

    Outside looking in :
    Chances are, Folk and Conley will prevail, but it ain't over until it's over.

    > http://espn.go.com/blog/new-york/jet...-on-the-bubble

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    Jets release six, reduce roster to 74

    The Jets trimmed the roster to 74, releasing PK Josh Brown and waiving five others: TE Josh Baker (injured), LB Damario Ambrose, WR Stanley Arukwe, WR Wes Kemp and RB Jeremy Stewart.

    Teams must be down to 75 by 4 p.m. Monday.

    The Jets return to practice Tuesday, starting preparation for the preseason finale Thursday night in Philadelphia -- a game in which very few starters will play.The bloodiest day of the year is Friday, the final roster cutdown by 9 p.m. Teams must get down to the 53-man limit.

    > http://espn.go.com/blog/new-york/jet...e-roster-to-74

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    ...Jets saying no to T.O.

    We all know the Miami Dolphins and New York Jets need offense. Specifically, both AFC East teams need help at wide receiver to improve their shaky passing games.One of the greatest wide receivers off all time is back on the market. Six-time Pro Bowler Terrell Owens was recently cut by the Seattle Seahawks. But according to reports, both the Jets and the Dolphins are saying “Thanks, but no thanks.”

    Owens is 38, has baggage and didn't look great with Seattle. He was able to get open but suffered several drops. Braylon Edwards eventually beat out Owens in Seattle by making more plays.The Dolphins are cleaning house of players with character issues. So it would make little sense for the Dolphins to sign Owens, unless they were really desperate. I could see the Jets as being a little more likely to give Owens a chance. New York is a veteran team which wants to win now, and its offense has yet to score a preseason touchdown. But Owens’ play no longer warrants the potential headache. Miami and New York both have plenty of issues to deal with.

    > http://espn.go.com/blog/afceast/post...ying-no-to-t-o

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    Any projection with Baker, Ganaway and Chaz on it is something I like as that is basically 3 free roster spots.

    Hopefully those are filled by evan moore, knowshown moreno, and some other WR

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    Josh Baker is on IR which is tough since I thought he had a spot wrapped up. That means Conner has a slightly better chance of making the roster. But I still think he's on the bubble.

    Antonio Allen definitely makes it. Smith is on the bubble and should be cut.

    Schlauderaff makes it since the Jets could be looking for two OG next season.

    Jordan White over Schilens due to good camp performance

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    ... salary cap issues & more -

    > http://thejetsblog.com/bga/bga-scouting-jason-smith/

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    Jets' Depth Chart Isn't Exactly Deep...

    > http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1000...J_topics_obama

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    Jason Smith Now Set To Frustrate, Confuse New York Jets Fans

    St. Louis Rams fans have been trying to deal with Jason Smith angst for three years now, as worry about the former No. 2 overall pick has shifted from concern over his concussion problems to concern over his overall upside to confusion as to how he was ever the second overall pick in the draft. Now New York Jets fans get to have the same carousel of unfortunate emotions, though things will probably play out in a much more compressed way—my guess is that he'll have a good game or two, then get concussed right as people begin to worry about his overall upside.According to Turf Show Times, it looks like neither team has their new offensive lineman playing a big part in their projected offense. But I have to wonder about the wisdom of trading Smith, who's at least shown flashes of adequacy, for Hunter, who was statistically one of the worst linemen in football last year. That doesn't seem quite worth the couple-million-bucks that the Rams are going to save on the deal.

    If any Jets fans are here, incidentally, please let me save you some time :
    Just assume Jason Smith is going to disappoint you, even when he's not disappointing you.


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