Re: Jets might let Cromartie leave via FA, and are repotedly interested in Asamougha.
posted at 2/17/2011 12:11 PM EST
In Response to Re: Jets might let Cromartie leave via FA, and are repotedly interested in Asamougha.
[QUOTE]In Response to Re: Jets might let Cromartie leave via FA, and are repotedly interested in Asamougha. : By trending upwards, do you mean losing their only playoff games the last two years? The Patriots, in reality, have done as much as all the teams that couldn't make the playoffs. Another gem from rusty pinkhat. Jets don't trust Sanchez to develop with 2 new WRs? Let's see, added Holes and Tomlinson last year (over 50 catches each, Holmes in 12 games) and added Edwards during the season the year before. Yep, the guy can't play with new targets. What an idiot you are! Every time you post, it is just more nonsense. I've told you this a hundred times and I'll tell you again. Just because you want something to be true, it does not make it true. The Jets retooled on the fly two years ago and have done very well with a new coach, 11-15 new starters, a young QB and all that pressure they brought on themselves that you guaranteed would make them implode. It does not take 3 years to rebuild. The fact that you cannot handle that your precious patsies were the national consensus favorite this year going into the playoffs and got beat by the sixth seed is hilarious. Get over it, the Jets were the better team and they will be again. And just like you did the last two years, you can continue to predict their demise for this reason or that reason and how they are in salary cap trouble (just like last year and the year before) or how they can't possibly replace their FAs (like you said they couldn't replace Faneca, Jones, Sheppard, Leon) The truth is, it is very simple to remake an NFL roster, especailly when you have 4 or 5 young excellent core players locked up for a few years. The other pieces are just cogs.
Posted by PhatRex[/QUOTE]
The facts remain this:
1. NE improved across the board from 2009 to 2010.
This means they are trending UP.
Every single aspect improved: Defense, Offense, Special Teams, stability, experience, speed, youth, etc.
2. NE has 6 picks in the top 100 selections in the draft. By odds alone, this means they will yet again come out of the draft with at worst, a B+ draft. This will be their 3rd straight good or GREAT draft.
3. NE's schedule will be easier in 2011 than it was in 2010.
4. In 2011, NE will have more experience than they have had since 2008.
5. NE will be yet again be a landing spot for FAs who complement this youth movement.
The Jets meanwhile, have anywhere from 5-10 vital free agents or 10-20 complementary players they simply cannot keep. And this was the main flaw with Tannenboob's approach going into 2008 and 2009.
It started with knee jerking Favre. Then he did with way too many FAs all at once. The list proves this. This is why they are all up for FA now or too expensive or old going into the new CBA.
I warned of this and you still don't get it.
And no 2nd rd draft pick in 2011. This is what happened to Carolina.
The Jets are looking at their 3rd straight mediocre, if not flat out, bad draft. lol!
Yes, this means NY is really cornering the market on team building. Tears!
Not to mention, these FAs, anywhere from 12-20 players, whom they counted on to peak in 2010, are looking for a raise. lol
NE will have selected TWICE the amount as NY in the draft by the end of the 3rd rd. lol!!
Only an idiot would proclaim that NE is not trending up. You're an idiot, hence why you try to self-brainwash yourself with this premise.
You like to deny facts and then not use any facts to rebuke facts. This is because you never graduated high school and never learned how to back up what your opinion is.
Your fault, not anyone else's.
Also, learn how to use a paragraph some day. It might make you look like you have a clue here. lol