Morrison J

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  1. 2 minutes ago, PartyPosse said:

    Some nice weapons but completely ignoring the OL is going to get Darnold murdered. 

    Probably will but every pick was BPA. Reaching for picks in order to fill a need is where drafts can go downhill quick. 

  2. Jets total haul for 2020:


    1. Ceedee Lamb - Oklahoma - WR

    2. Cam Akers - FSU - RB

    3. Alohi Gilman - Notre Dame - S

    3. Curtis Weaver - Boise ST - Edge

    4. Alex Highsmith - Charlotte - Edge

    5. Leki Fotu - Utah - DL

    6. Javelin Guidry - Utah - CB

    6. Binjimen Victor - Ohio State - WR

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  3. With the 120th pick in the 2020 ES mock draft, the NY Jets select, ALEX HIGHSMITH, EDGE, Charlotte.


    A bit raw but got all the tools to develop into an NFL starter. Worst case scenario should be a special teams stud.



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  4. With the 79th pick in the 2020 ES Mock Draft - the NY Jets select Curtis Weaver, LB, Boise State


    Good, solid, productive edge rusher. Nothing flashy as an athlete but gets the job done. Be a good asset for the Jets in a position of need and should compete for a starting role straight away. 


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  5. With the 68th pick in the 2020 draft the NY Jets will select ; 


    ALOHI GILMAN, S, Notre Dame


    Great piece to add to any defense imo. One of the best tacklers I can remember watching coming through in years. Notre Dame moved him all over the field to play to his strengths but he's at his best coming downhill and stopping the run. Can be a great asset as a strong safety especially in early downs and guaranteed to be an elite special teams player. 


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  6. With the 48th selection in the 2020 ES NFL Draft, the New York Jets select Cam Akers, RB, Florida State


    Pure BPA. Akers 10 names above the next available player on my big board. 




    3 minutes ago, KillBill26 said:

    The broncos would like to offer up 77 and 83 to move up to pick ASAP.  I'll make the deal if you're team is on the clock and my guy is still on the board.


    @Morrison J you interested?



    I'm good and happy with my pick thanks. 


    @murphys4life OTC

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  7. 17 minutes ago, Burgold said:

    We actually don't yet know if Haskins is by nature super-conservative. That could have been Urban Meyer's and the OC's playcalling/design. He may be a different thrower in the NFL if/when given permission to be let off the leash. Now, others who follow college football could better answer if Meyer's has been more aggressive with his other QBs, but I got the sense that he favors strong defense and mobile QBs with a running game.

    Cardale Jones was pretty aggressive. 

  8. 1 hour ago, Llevron said:


    I haven’t watched him and I know you have - do you see his needing to see his feet as an actual problem? Or is that just a comment? What I’m really asking is if this translates to him being able to make up for the inability to set his feet with his arm or is that not a possibility (in your opinion) for him? I have seen commentators make the other argument, but I have only been provided clips of him doing this like twice. 

    It's just his deep call gets very inconsistent when pressured and that's all down to his feet. His mechanics tend to completely leave him at any sign of pressure and that effects both his deep and mid range throws pretty noticeably. The ball just sails on him. 


    We've just got to use him smartly. Quick passing game designed to get him in a rhythm. He's deadly accurate when given a clean pocket and throwing mid range. Some of his throws to the sideline are really really impressive with the zip and accuracy he gets on them. 


    I don't think there's any great comp out there for him at the moment but it's definitely not Big Ben. I said there's similarities between him and Alex Smith because both are safety first and won't force anything down field. If utilized correctly though both can thrive. Obviously Smith is a better athlete though and doesn't really have the same mechanical flaws. 


    I think if you combined Smith's safety first mentality and Winston's arm/lack of mobility in the pocket you aren't far off. 

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  9. 1 hour ago, wit33 said:

    What’s the consensus on Haskins’ arm strength? 





    Above average


    Is it Mathew Stafford and Newton level? 


    Ive watched videos, but don’t possess a mental spectrum of all QBs arm strength. 

    It's good. Won't be anywhere near a problem. Gets really good zip on his mid range throws. When throwing deep he's got to really set his feet right or he tends to get way too much air under the ball. 

    2 hours ago, Newera said:

    Why i say he reminds me more of Marino than Leftwhich, is that Leftwhich had a  weird slow release.    Dwayne has a quick release.   More like Marino.    He plays a second faster.   And a second in the NFL is an eternity.

    Marino was a gunslinger who threw the ball into tight windows. 


    Honestly I'm never going to understand the Marino/Big Ben comparisons. People see a big bodied QB who stands in the pocket and put two and two together. Haskins doesn't take risks with his throws. He's safety first in order to avoid turnovers. He also doesn't thrive when the play breaks down. Ben and Marino are the complete opposite. 

  10. 17 minutes ago, Art said:

    Some of you are a little enthusiastic, which is good to see.   He's a sixth rounder.   If he's on the roster in two years it's an ok pick.   I think No. 1 material is a bit much :).   But I ain't going to tell you to put down the kool aid.   I hope you're right :).

    You should watch his tape instead of being put off by the round he was selected in tbh. Projected 2nd rounder in most places pre-draft. The talent isn't really in question. Teams put off by combine numbers. The tape doesn't lie. He's really good. I like him more than McLaurin tbh. 

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