Daily Links: Targets identified

  • Rex: Pryor was “tentative” in first start [Star Ledger]
  • Amaro showing value in the passing game [Trentonian]
  • Salas working hard to show he’s a good catch [Newsday]
  • Top Eagles (including Sanchez) to be rested for Bollinger Bowl [CBS Philly]
  • In-depth season preview [PFF]




20 comments
harold
harold

We look solid can't wait for regular season.

Pete 57
Pete 57

Always said Joe Walton was our best o coordinator.

Bent
Bent moderator

@a57se oooo they've changed the format slightly.

Oberyn1
Oberyn1

@UncleJoesJetFarm


I lmao everytime I see you link your own tweets. In a good way. And is that freaking Gandalf??

Bent
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@a57se Numbers 3-5 in the Patriots list of 5 reasons to be concerned were


3. Because the Jets are in their division

4. Not really

5. Hahaha

Bent
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@UncleJoesJetFarm The fact you read anything on Examiner.com is what has me scratching my head.

Bent
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@UncleJoesJetFarm


Trust someone who only ever focuses on the negatives to only manage to find enlightenment on the negative points from that article.  Why can't you ever get some positive enlightenment?


I honestly don't know where that Giacomini comment comes from.  You'd assume it would be based on their grades, but he had the second best pass blocking grade on that team (including a near flawless postseason) and there were two starters with worse run blocking grades.


And yes Allen was very up and down in coverage last year, but we know he has good coverage skills in man to man.

Bent
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@Pete 57 Even more people said that when he became head coach!

Bent
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@a57se @Bent Dividing each "performance of note" between "breakdown" and "signature stat/play" is something I haven't seen before.

DarrolRayFanClub
DarrolRayFanClub

@UncleJoesJetFarm @a57se Grain on the beach? 15 of the 25 comments in this post are from you. You're a complete shoreline.

Bent
Bent moderator

@a57se @Bent


When Sanchez drove for a score against them their backup linebackers were TERRIBLE in coverage.  If they get a few injuries in the LB corps, that could be a weakness.


DL depth is an issue for them too because they've had a few injuries.


Pretty much their season will hinge on Brady.  If he looks like the old man he did during parts of last season, they'll underachieve, but if he's back to his best, you know they'll contend.

DarrolRayFanClub
DarrolRayFanClub

@UncleJoesJetFarm @Bent That's like judging how much you like a hamburger from a restaurant solely on what other people write in the review section. 


Try watching the games and coming up with conclusions on your own like we all do, without relying on sorting out other people's opinions to come up with your own.

Bent
Bent moderator

@UncleJoesJetFarm @Bent


Well, everything except the posts within the comments of which you leave the links.

Bent
Bent moderator

@UncleJoesJetFarm @Bent


Okay, now I am enlightened.


I'm sooo gonna mock you for these comments if the Jets suck this year though.  (J/K)

Bent
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@UncleJoesJetFarm @Bent Eh, he still had a positive pass blocking grade.  His run blocking grade tends to fluctuate with the success of the line as a whole.  I don't think he's fallen off much, if at all.  One of the most dependable guys on the team.

Bent
Bent moderator

@a57se @Bent He didn't look like an old man all year, just at certain points.

Bent
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@a57se @DarrolRayFanClub


That IS an excellent analogy.


Not such an excellent analogy: "rusty as rust".


Okay, that was a simile not an analogy, but come on Joey, surely you can find something better to indicate a level of rustiness than "rust".


You could have mentioned your old tractor or something.

Bent
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@a57se @Bent @UncleJoesJetFarm No, I did look up scoring, I just missed on a few teams that had outscored them.  My bad.  No idea where they were in yards.


I bet that 1986 team was right up there until late in the season.  And in 2008 they finished 9th even with a horrible last five games, so maybe they were up there too.

Bent
Bent moderator

@a57se @Bent @UncleJoesJetFarm They only scored 61 points in the last five games.

They'd been averaging 27.5 per game prior to that, so if they maintained it all season (not that outrageous because they scored 55 in two postseason games) that would have been 441 points which would have been #1.


Also, their 1985 total would have been #4 in 1986.  For some reason scoring dropped off that year.