View Poll Results: OFFICIAL JI POLL: What should the Jets do with Revis

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  • EXTEND HIM...at all costs! Do whatever it takes.

    15 9.55%
  • EXTEND HIM...only if the deal is cap-friendly

    50 31.85%
  • TRADE HIM...for nothing less than 2 #1 Picks

    29 18.47%
  • TRADE HIM...for best offer (its better than getting nothing)

    56 35.67%
  • DO NOTHING

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Thread: OFFICIAL JI POLL: What should the Jets do with Revis

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    OFFICIAL JI POLL: What should the Jets do with Revis

    Please vote and feel free to leave your reasoning.

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    This non-existent poll sucks.


    I say keep Revis and work on resigning him once they can determine his level of ability post-op.

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    Trade him

    How the hell anyone could be in favor of giving a corner a contact on par with Brady/Rodgers/Peyton/Brees is simply mind boggling.

    I don't give a sh*t how great he is, he's still a CB.

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    If you think there should be more choices here, let me know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetworks View Post
    This non-existent poll sucks.
    So impatient!

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    Extend him but only if the cap hit makes sense. If not on the market he goes to the highest bidder.

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    There's no place to vote yet; however, I vote to trade him if we can't sign him immediately for reasonable dollars. Try and get at least a first rounder this year and another player. See if we can include Sanchez in the deal.

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    Revis will be wearing a Broncos uniform next season and Champ Bailey will be swinging golf clubs down in Florida from now on.

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    2 #1's was on the table, so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by THE_SOOTHSAYER View Post
    So impatient!


    I guess my previous answer is do nothing. I wouldn't worry about anything Revis related until it can be determined how he is recovering. Then, based on that, I would resign or do nothing.

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    2 no' 1's is a good deal. two good picks like that will do wonders for the jets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sameoldjets View Post
    2 no' 1's is a good deal. two good picks like that will do wonders for the jets.
    depends on who they are if they are d-rob and gholston like then we lose.

    this has stink written all over it.

    watch and see.

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    Keep him at reasonable costs. Won't happen, but I still have some hope he retires as a Jet.

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    Keep him and cut Sanchez next year. We draft a QB. We won't have to pay big money because of the wage scale. It's that simple.

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    LOL

    I love option #2

    What the hell has Revis shown in the past to dictate that he's willing to accept a "cap friendly deal"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetsfanfromtheBURGH View Post
    Keep him and cut Sanchez next year. We draft a QB. We won't have to pay big money because of the wage scale. It's that simple.
    Which Qb?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apache 51 View Post
    Which Qb?
    At this point, any QB. I'm almost positive that any QB in this draft is better than Sanchez.

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    Best offer, which should be sizeable. to me it's actually not even a struggle. The Jets' problem is not their passing defense, which makes Revis of marginal value. They should leverage that value to improve where they are weakest while they have the chance. If he was a QB, I would feel the opposite, but he's not.

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    I think they should wait, do nothing, there is no rush

    My first choice would be to sign Revis to a long term deal (~12m decreasing over time) so he can retire as a Jet

    He can and should be the highest paid CB but this team cannot win a championship with a 16-20 million dollar CB (and he is gone if that's the expectation, current contract assures that)

    Fitz and CJ2k got top money and those teams are crippled, like the Jets

    So, if someone offers at least 2 no' 1's (2014 draft is key to the rebuild) then we listen (acceptable option but not preferred)

    but for ~2nd round value i would rather have Revis on the team next year and let free agency decide (So what if he walks, we gave a 2nd to rent Cro and Tanny gave a pick for the crappy Eagle CB before Cro)

    Worth it just to keep Revis on the team, he will be playing for 100 million, could be fun to watch

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    Quote Originally Posted by Untouchable View Post
    LOL

    I love option #2

    What the hell has Revis shown in the past to dictate that he's willing to accept a "cap friendly deal"?
    + 1

    #2 is not a realistic option. He reportedly wants $15M+ a season. There's no way to make such a contract 'cap friendly'.

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