Being critical of a regime is fine. That isn't what you're doing, and that isn't why you're infamous.
Last edited by JmercJETS; 04-29-2013 at 12:15 AM.
[QUOTE=Untouchable;4878873]Mel Kiper, Todd McShay, Bill Polian, Charlie Casserly, etc all rated our draft among the best in the league. Hell, Casserly (the architect of 3 championship teams in Washington) ranked us as 2nd behind only Minnesota.
Kiper and McShay both gave us the highest grade in the AFC East.
Basically every draft analyst out there had Geno Smith rated as AT LEAST a Top 25 player, yet it's bad value for us to take him at #39? Sorry, that makes zero sense to me.
I use to think your affinity for Sanchez was just schtick to get a rise out of people. Now I realize that you're totally serious, and therfore totally and utterly clueless at the same time.
I love how you say we had a terrible draft when you openly admit that you've never watched a down of college football and could care less about the draft as a whole.
You're stuck so far up your own ass that you routinely pass off your baseless opinions as facts.[/QUOTE
Nice logical post.
False. We "leased" Revis for 6 years at an average of about $9M per. After using the #14 pick to acquire him we sent him to Tampa (injured) for the #13 and a 3rd rounder next year. We arguably got most of his best years out of him and paid an average of $7M per year less than he's getting now. After the lease we actually got more than our down payment back.We lost Revis for nothing.
That's not "nothing."
In a desperate attempt to get offensive playmakers we could have taken 2nd round WRs in Round 1 or a 3rd round TE in Round 2. We didn't and that was smart.Wound up burning our first overall pick on a CB. Another DL'man taken with the bonus pick, yet another opportunity to improve our offense. And then we take Geno Smith who, unfortunately, can't run or catch the ball which is what we need right now.
Last edited by jetstream23; 04-29-2013 at 12:27 AM.
One man's troll is another man's fascinating conversationalist. Sar is an interesting person who forces the typical fan to think a little. If you don't like his posts, don't read them.
SAR posts a very simple post that slams the GM in the title and it results in over 200 posts. He comes in and says he speaks the truth. Pisses off almost everyone, 200 more posts. He loves the Jets, wants Super Bowls.
I think I understand SAR. He sees what's wrong. He applauds overall victories, doesn't care much for what happens in between. Just deliver wins. The Jets are a rare entity in his life in that he nor anyone can just throw endless money to deliver success. It must be infuriating.
Last edited by ASG0531; 04-29-2013 at 01:27 AM.
SAR & this thread = comedy gold, still trying to be better than any patstroll.
Can we enhance the ignore feature so that we can't see threads started by certain posters as well?
Congratulations to all those that don't have JIs resident closet chowd troll on ignore.
The hundreds of posts in just this dumb thread ALL responding to HIM have pretty much made him happier than leasing a new bottom of the barrel level Goringmobile or a shopping spree at Sears
People never want to look at the big picture. Not having Revis next year allows us an enormous amount of cap room to bring on to this team.
Everybody wants to judge Izdik by what he DIDNT do. It's ridiculous to assume all the holes the Jets had were going to be filled with 8 picks.
The Jets now how a solid base of young talent on defense and the OLINE. They have a young QB to groom. Next year, regardless of this year, we will have a boatload of picks (prob 10 with the comps) and 'dolphin' money to play with.
The reason why Izdik is such a good GM is his patience.