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    Tangini: 2 for 2

    That's two transactions:

    1) Ramsey
    2) Dyson

    And that's 2 slam dunks on two attempts.....by the way, Bradway would've done neither with Herm still here......

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    Kimo was good too... I would put him there instead of Ramsey as far as #1 and #2 goes.

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    well, they might have done them, but dyson would have a 23+ million dollar contract, and we would have given up a 4th rounder at the least for ramsey

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    does Runyan make it 2 for 3?

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    what about the trade, thats the biggest transaction so far

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    So he's 2 for 2 because they are players you've heard of? Dan Snyder must be at 100% by that criteria, how's that workin out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PMarsico9
    That's two transactions:

    1) Ramsey
    2) Dyson

    And that's 2 slam dunks on two attempts.....by the way, Bradway would've done neither with Herm still here......

    No, he's 2-3...

    Never got the Runyan deal done

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    Quote Originally Posted by LETSGOJETS
    No, he's 2-3...

    Never got the Runyan deal done
    Sometimes signing the player shouldn't be the barometer of success. To get Runyan (who clearly wanted to stay in Philly), we would have had to grossly overpay. Would it have been better to sign Runyan, but have him mess up our cap for years after he was useful, just to say "we got him"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MykePM
    Sometimes signing the player shouldn't be the barometer of success. To get Runyan (who clearly wanted to stay in Philly), we would have had to grossly overpay. Would it have been better to sign Runyan, but have him mess up our cap for years after he was useful, just to say "we got him"?
    I agree!...nice post

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    'Slam-dunk'? Geez, wonder what your opinion would have been if they had signed a name FA?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MykePM
    Sometimes signing the player shouldn't be the barometer of success. To get Runyan (who clearly wanted to stay in Philly), we would have had to grossly overpay. Would it have been better to sign Runyan, but have him mess up our cap for years after he was useful, just to say "we got him"?
    Absolutely correct. Runyan wanted to stay in Philly and was using the Jets as a bargaining chip against the Eagles. I'll give Tangini even more credit for NOT signing Runyan, sticking with a fair offer and not getting into a pissing contest.

    These guys are already head and shoulders above the dynamic duo of Hermway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tailgater
    'Slam-dunk'? Geez, wonder what your opinion would have been if they had signed a name FA?
    You mean over paying for an over rated but recognizable name FA? That would be Bradway and Edwards work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MykePM
    Sometimes signing the player shouldn't be the barometer of success. To get Runyan (who clearly wanted to stay in Philly), we would have had to grossly overpay. Would it have been better to sign Runyan, but have him mess up our cap for years after he was useful, just to say "we got him"?
    Absolutely correct. Good assessment Myke.

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    I am really, really interested in knowing what this teamwould look like right now with bradway/ edwards in control of this team

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    Quote Originally Posted by eric1520
    I am really, really interested in knowing what this teamwould look like right now with bradway/ edwards in control of this team
    It would have taken Edwards and Bradway 3 seasons to do what Tangini has done in half of one off-season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PMarsico9
    That's two transactions:

    1) Ramsey
    2) Dyson

    And that's 2 slam dunks on two attempts.....by the way, Bradway would've done neither with Herm still here......
    Jets replaced Ty Law's 10 INT's with Dyson's 1. Abraham's 10 1/2 sacks with Kimo's 3 1/2. Reed's 2 sacks with Popes 0. How is that an upgrade and where are the playmakers?

    BTW Ramsey was benched for a 40 year old QB.. twice... and is considered a bust.

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    does Runyan make it 2 for 3?
    Maybe. But maybe the plan was to sign a starting quality FA for the O-line OR CB and take care of the other position in the draft. In other words, maybe they weren't willing ot sign both Runyan (considering it would cost enough) and Dysen.

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    /\ NICE marlin, A-Rod!

    I don't score at home (oooooooops), so I don't know how to rate these guys other than share my overall feeeling of "this could be good; very good indeed".

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    Quote Originally Posted by eric1520
    I am really, really interested in knowing what this teamwould look like right now with bradway/ edwards in control of this team
    Exactly the same as it did when Herm lefts. None of the cuts and none of the signings. Probably would've given up a fourth for Ramsey, that's about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rajensen088
    Jets replaced Ty Law's 10 INT's with Dyson's 1. Abraham's 10 1/2 sacks with Kimo's 3 1/2. Reed's 2 sacks with Popes 0. How is that an upgrade and where are the playmakers?

    BTW Ramsey was benched for a 40 year old QB.. twice... and is considered a bust.
    That is not a good asssessment. Ty Law had ten interceptions, yes. How many terrible penalties did he take because he lost a step? How would our cap situation look with his $11 million on it? Dyson is 26 and some great years ahead and cheap. Law is on the wrong side of 30 and heavily overpriced. Abraham did not want to be here, so we got a first round draft pick for him and replaced him with a player better fit for a 3-4 defence. Ramsey was never utilitzed properly by the two coaches he had and has a lot of promise. Reed was pushed around like a ragdoll. You rate him because he has two sacks? If that's the case, drafting Mario Williams (0 sacks in the NFL) would be a step down from going with Bryan Thomas.

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