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    These people claiming the Jets (and their fans) are idiots for considering trading Revis/Cro seem to be living in some sort of Madden world.

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    why does everybody want to blow the team up?

    last yr was bad but if the offense could improve a little the jets will be in the mix for the playoffs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pattty Drips View Post
    Who's to say he will lose his speed? Maybe he will be like Darrell Green and remain one of the leagues fastest players his entire career.
    Would you be willing to bank on that? Plus Revis would make a good safety once he was unable to play corner.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ajgmc59 View Post
    Would you be willing to bank on that? Plus Revis would make a good safety once he was unable to play corner.
    Oh, I think that Revis will make an excellent safety, I am just not so sure that A) Cromartie will lose his speed, and B) that he couldn't also play safety when/if he loses his legs. The dude is a freak, athletically speaking.

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    Trade Revis

    If we trade Revis we'll have Cro, Wilson & ?. Cro only has 2 years left on his deal and Wilson IS NOT a starter. So after next year we'll be in a worse position than we are now. By that time Cro will be 30 going on 31 so we wont give him (at least I hope not) a big contract to stay. Bum *** Wilson will also be gone, either by getting cut or playing out the 2 years left on his contract. We'd have 3 CB spots to fill along with any other holes we might have by that time.

    Trade Cro

    If we trade Cro, as shown in 09 it doesnt really matter who else we have playing along side Revis (Lito Sheppard & Donald Strickland back then). From the injury Revis might've lost a step but thats not his game, his game is PERFECT technique thats not going to magically leave him. We'd have him (Revis) locked up long-term and would only need 1 maybe 2 other CB spots to fill + the other holes. I also think Revis will end up settling for a still high but not 16 mill per contract maybe around 12-13 mill per.

    Keep Both

    This one is a little trickier and I'm not sure if all the moves are possible but if we keep both we can go into a small rebuild by just filling out the roster with a few veterans and having a very good draft. Then at the end of the year we can trade/cut Santonio Holmes (not sure of his cap hit if he's cut next year though) Sanchez, & Davis Harris who'll both(Harris & Holmes) be 30+ by next off season and Harris would be in the last year of his deal. By getting rid of those three that'd clear plenty of space I believe and none would be overly difficult to replace either.

    The free agent class this year isnt that great (not sure how it is in 2014) so why rush in clearing cap space when we have alternative moves next year?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VillaMaravilla View Post
    The bottom line is we cant keep both so one must go pick your poison I guess, we should really be looking to restrucure some deals and looking at trading other guys but the one thing that bothers me is the amount of money Revis wajts he is a great player but no way a corner is worth that money **** we barely mssed him this year
    How did we barely miss him? Because of passing yards stats? How many turnovers did they create?


    The Jets D couldn't stop a nose bleed. No team was ever in a passing situation against them. The offense also gave the D bad field position- you can't have an 80yard drive at the 50.

    Having Revis completely changes coverages and the amount of guys they can drop back IE effecting the run game too.

    Jets D was pathetic. Dont understand how dealing one of thes3 guys for a marginal pick solves anything.
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    Plus they better dam well sign revis first before they flirt with trading cro
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandman View Post
    Plus they better dam well sign revis first before they flirt with trading cro
    if it comes down to having to part with 1 of the 2, i agree with this mentality

    revis exponentially changes the schematics of both the offense and the defense. he's not only the best at his position unequivocally, he's arguably the best defensive player in the league and one of the top 5 players in the entire NFL. cromartie played out of his mind in 2012. he really stepped up in revis' absence, and his gawdy stats from 2007 be damned, this was far and away his best season (certainly from a coverage/lockdown standpoint). if (and that's the key word) we have to trade 1 of the 2, NOW is the time to trade cro at his peak value, which only hurts us $2.5M against the cap, minus his salary. we might not get the haul we'd get for revis, and revis' deal will definitely cost a pretty penny, but cro's value is good enough to get us a high pick (probably a 2nd) plus some mid-round pick(s). for a team with a lot of holes and depth to (re)fill, this is the move.

    of course, this is all contingent on revis and his agents being sane at the bargaining table...
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    Quote Originally Posted by BroadwayJoe View Post
    if it comes down to having to part with 1 of the 2, i agree with this mentality.
    Agreed- it would scream typical jets to trade cro and lowball Revis out of town
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandman View Post
    Agreed- it would scream typical jets to trade cro and lowball Revis out of town
    if they get rid of one, they absolutely CANNOT lose the other, even by trade (unless the package is a godfather offer)

    that would drive the entire fanbase off the cliff...
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    revis has more trade value and is 100% more expensive, why is cro even in the trade conversatiion?


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    haha delusional
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    can this all just end already, its driving me nuts

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYJetsfan69 View Post
    can this all just end already, its driving me nuts
    I know. And now they're saying...

    The New York Post reports the Jets had discussed trading Darrelle Revis before he suffered a torn ACL in Week 2.
    The Post was informed that "more than one" GM reached out to the Jets and Revis' agents at the time. It's an indication that Revis hasn't been in the Jets' long-term plans for quite sometime now, though that can change with John Idzik now running the show, not Mike Tannebaum. Predictably, rival sources have come forward to tell the New York Daily News the Jets never shopped Revis before his injury. It's going to be an extremely long offseason in New York.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandman View Post
    Agreed- it would scream typical jets to trade cro and lowball Revis out of town
    Why do you say that? Has something similar happened? I don't follow this "typical Jets" talk. Enlighten me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J-E-T-SJETS3x View Post
    I know. And now they're saying...

    The New York Post reports the Jets had discussed trading Darrelle Revis before he suffered a torn ACL in Week 2.
    The Post was informed that "more than one" GM reached out to the Jets and Revis' agents at the time. It's an indication that Revis hasn't been in the Jets' long-term plans for quite sometime now, though that can change with John Idzik now running the show, not Mike Tannebaum. Predictably, rival sources have come forward to tell the New York Daily News the Jets never shopped Revis before his injury. It's going to be an extremely long offseason in New York.


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