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    Brandon Moore needs to go

    1) i think he is our worst lineman. i don't know about the beginning of the year but i been paying attention the last couple of weeks to him and he consistently gets beat.
    2) looks like he gave up

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    Are you serious? He was bad at the beginning of the year, the last 8 weeks he's been fantastic.

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    I support JF28's position. Don't know what you've been watching OP. None of our lineman have been better since the bye.

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    They have all been bad. But I agree with Moore shouldn't be back along with Slauson and Howard

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    Moore is still serviceable for another year.

    What the Jets need to figure out, is if either Austin Howard or Jason Smith are going to develop into solid RTs before the draft.


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    re address the line via draft Im not sure who let go yet

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    Possibly the last play of Jets football this season.

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    Off-season.

    Whoops. Taught I waz in da game tread.
    Last edited by bucktownanalyst; 12-30-2012 at 04:11 PM.

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    Brandon moore's best play of the year was introducing the butt fumble to Sanchez face, They say if you look close enough you can still see Sanchez face print on Moore's but cheek

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    Yeah OP I disagree. Wasn't great today though at all.

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    Thank you! I've been saying this since the preseason. Everyone who is saying he's good are living in the past and don't watch him specifically like I have. He constantly gets pushed back, misses blocks, and is slow to his blocks when asked to pull. I watched that Andy Levitre guy and liked what I saw, wouldn't mind signing him.

    Desean "Jet" Jackson

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    The WHOLE line is the last of our problems.

    Today, how many times was Sanchez pressured or got at by an elite pass rushing unit? How many times did they create holes for runners to get into?

    We maybe are not elite in this position as were were in 2009 and 2010, but its still the only solid part of the offence really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetsNation24 View Post
    Thank you! I've been saying this since the preseason. Everyone who is saying he's good are living in the past and don't watch him specifically like I have. He constantly gets pushed back, misses blocks, and is slow to his blocks when asked to pull. I watched that Andy Levitre guy and liked what I saw, wouldn't mind signing him.
    Funny that you say nobody watches him like you do considering PFF watches him just like you do and say he has been one of the best guards these past couple weeks.

    Kinda silly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrX27 View Post

    What the Jets need to figure out, is if either Austin Howard or Jason Smith are going to develop into solid RTs before the draft.
    I'll answer this

    No

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strange famous View Post
    The WHOLE line is the last of our problems.

    Today, how many times was Sanchez pressured or got at by an elite pass rushing unit? How many times did they create holes for runners to get into?

    We maybe are not elite in this position as were were in 2009 and 2010, but its still the only solid part of the offence really.
    We played the Bills

    Nothing surprising that we beat them up front

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