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    I seriously cannot wait until we're done with these Tebow-cultists.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishooked View Post
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    Perhaps the most mature post on the strip in ages.

    Thanks for adding a little humor to the absurdity Fish!

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    A vet QB for vet min. Curtis Painter? Who the hell is going to come in for vet min?

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    Mods, please move to the Business Networking forum.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10PennyToColes87 View Post
    >Wants fans to make reasonable decisions
    >"Open training camp with Tebow as starter, his job to lose"

    Yeah, no.
    prefaced by "take $17 million cap hit on Sanchez"

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    Quote Originally Posted by patman View Post
    A vet QB for vet min. Curtis Painter? Who the hell is going to come in for vet min?
    Its too bad the Giants beat us to him.
    Plus I'll bet even he is making (slightly) more than the vet minimum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishooked View Post
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    It is very obvious that the Jets have to build up their offense to be competitive. I would draft in the early rounds more impact offensive weapons as well as a lineman. Then the following year I would draft a QB if Sanchez still has not developed. In addition I would add some speedy SEC players to their roster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldtimefan47 View Post
    It is very obvious that the Jets have to build up their offense to be competitive. I would draft in the early rounds more impact offensive weapons as well as a lineman. Then the following year I would draft a QB if Sanchez still has not developed. In addition I would add some speedy SEC players to their roster.
    Yes, this.

    As much as fans may not want to hear it, a mauling run game (think OL and RB) are the next easiest piece on the road back to respectability. Paired with a pretty solid defense, it gives us a shot to be competitive while the cap and personnel get sorted out (yes I am looking at you Sanchez).

    These are needs that can be addressed with vets/draft (i.e. cheaply) and give us a good base to make more impactful moves in 2014.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishooked View Post
    LOL @ telling us to not use childish insults, and them come up with a post like this.


    Thanks... idea stolen!

    A resolution to the Jets current QB situation.



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    Last edited by crossfire; 01-11-2013 at 11:53 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badaxe View Post
    Scurry along unless you want to talk Jets QB strategy.
    No Tebow.

    No Sanchez.

    Thats the only "strategy" that needs said.

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    Here is the biggest problem with your plan.

    The vast majority of professional football insiders agree that Tebow has no business being in the NFL or even the CFL for that matter.

    Don't you think the Jets even knew this once they saw him play on a daily basis?

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    First Sanchez cannot be cut this year. Bring in a real OC to teach him, the rookie QB and Mac. Tebow gets cut. Sorry he's the odd man out. Let the three of them compete with a Vet and then see what happens. Sanchez will either be the #3 or the backup. If he beats out the Vet then he deserves to start (The vet cut) but with a short leash. Fumble issues again, he's gone. Of course this is contingent on not being able to trade him without the huge cap hit. Mac goes on the PS if he comes in 3rd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redrew View Post
    My favorite part is signing a vet QB for league minimum.....Everything else....just awesome...
    Imagine the OC the Jets can attract with this "serious" 2013 game plan
    The only League min vet QB your going to get is Mark Brunell

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