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    Quote Originally Posted by detjetsfan View Post
    And Revis stops more TD's than Harvin scores. Probably by a significant margin. Let Revis earn his payday by being a shutdown CB for us next year. We lose him for nothing? No we get an additional $10 mil in cap room in 2014 when we're getting cap healthy anyway so we may end up being able to resign him outright anyway.
    The amount of TDs that "Revis stops" is unquantifiable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by long island leprechaun View Post
    Hey, Tanny, you were fired, remember? Go play with your dog...
    Classy comment....ahole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFanTX View Post
    Injured every season?


    In his 10-year career, Johnson has 5 seasons where he played every game.

    Here are the total number of games played when he was injured:

    2005- 13
    2007- 9
    2010- 13
    2011- 7

    So out of 160 games, Johnson has only missed 22 games due to injury.

    Also, you don't think 1,500 yards is an elite number for a WR? Johnson has exceeded that 3 times, including last year.

    He is an elite WR in the NFL.
    You did make your point. My point is that Harvin has the makeup to be a top 5 WR. A gamechanger that the Jets sorely need. Just my opinion thats all.

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    According to a "high-ranking Vikings source," Percy Harvin "expects" an extension similar to the deals recently signed by Calvin Johnson and Larry Fitzgerald.

    http://www.rotoworld.com/sports/nfl/football

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    Quote Originally Posted by sect313 View Post
    According to a "high-ranking Vikings source," Percy Harvin "expects" an extension similar to the deals recently signed by Calvin Johnson and Larry Fitzgerald.

    http://www.rotoworld.com/sports/nfl/football
    lololol yeah because he is that good lmfao

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFanTX View Post
    Injured every season?


    In his 10-year career, Johnson has 5 seasons where he played every game.

    Here are the total number of games played when he was injured:

    2005- 13
    2007- 9
    2010- 13
    2011- 7

    So out of 160 games, Johnson has only missed 22 games due to injury.

    Also, you don't think 1,500 yards is an elite number for a WR? Johnson has exceeded that 3 times, including last year.

    He is an elite WR in the NFL.
    geez... it's been 10 years since Andre Johnson was drafted? Damn time flies. You must be nearing 90 by now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by long island leprechaun View Post
    Hey, Tanny, you were fired, remember? Go play with your dog...
    LOL
    Yeah go walk your dog and choke your chicken Joe *****

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoePNYJ1 View Post
    1) Injury prone? before he got hurt in the 9th game of the season he played 16, 14, and 15 games respecfully so please tell me how that is injury prone? He is also 24 years old.
    2) He is a top 5 receiver and a very good runner too.
    3) Someone other than Sanchez who I think will be unseated as the starter by FA QB.
    I think some of what you are saying is accurate and true. But, you may be missing some other pieces to the pie. Your paying Holmes to be a top 10 WR and he's un-cuttable this season. You can cut him next season with a cap hit of $5m which depending on who else you have on the roster may make sense. Second the Jets invested in WR Hill. Now for what's it's worth he didn't have a good rookie campaign - but he was a rookie, so we have to give him time to develop before we start investing in top flight WR's. Third, You can't bring a high priced FA in without paying Revis first. And while a case can be made that in Rex's defense last year we played better than average at the CB position, there are serious question marks if Cro can continue to play at the Pro-Bowl level like he did last year. You know that he and Revis make the best tandem in the league, I doubt you want to break that up to bring in a WR who will demand top 5 monies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrickHouse View Post
    I think some of what you are saying is accurate and true. But, you may be missing some other pieces to the pie. Your paying Holmes to be a top 10 WR and he's un-cuttable this season. You can cut him next season with a cap hit of $5m which depending on who else you have on the roster may make sense. Second the Jets invested in WR Hill. Now for what's it's worth he didn't have a good rookie campaign - but he was a rookie, so we have to give him time to develop before we start investing in top flight WR's. Third, You can't bring a high priced FA in without paying Revis first. And while a case can be made that in Rex's defense last year we played better than average at the CB position, there are serious question marks if Cro can continue to play at the Pro-Bowl level like he did last year. You know that he and Revis make the best tandem in the league, I doubt you want to break that up to bring in a WR who will demand top 5 monies.
    Nice post Brick...I agree with you in a financial sense. However, I kind of responded to this post because of the title which IMO is not correct. I think Harvin is a very good fit for this team regarding his talents. That being said he will not get top 5 money from anyone and I think its just posturing by his agent. If the Jets can figure out a way to acquire him for what its worth the AFC east would be put on notice and all of our opponents will have to game plan to stop him.

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    No, Tebow has got to go and trading for Harvin would mean he's staying.

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