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  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrX27 View Post
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    8-9 sacks will lead the Jets again?
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    I think Jenkins cracks double digits

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry M View Post
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    I think Jenkins cracks double digits
    Yessir.
    I agree.
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    Push.

    I know y'all are hopeful, but I think Jenkins finishes just under double digits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrX27 View Post
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    8-9 sacks will lead the Jets again?
    I say push. Your #2 sack leader was the guy the Jets traded to Seattle, Jamal Adams, with 6.5. After that, your next highest was Neville Hewitt with 3.
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    Question:

    The defense will rank 10-12 in total defense (rushing & passing) ?


    Over means 1-9
    Under =13-32
    Last edited by MrX27; 09-04-2020 at 05:39 PM.

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    Iíll go with push since I havenít opted for push yet

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    This is a good one. We were really good against the rush last year. The question is how much the loss of Adams affects that?
    The other question is how much better will our CBs be and how much better will the pass rush be?

    I think we were 7th last year all around, so I am going to go with the Over on this one.

    I think we did enough to improve to at least stay where we were.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinkotheclown View Post
    This is a good one. We were really good against the rush last year. The question is how much the loss of Adams affects that?
    The other question is how much better will our CBs be and how much better will the pass rush be?

    I think we were 7th last year all around, so I am going to go with the Over on this one.

    I think we did enough to improve to at least stay where we were.
    Had I not gone push, I was going to say Under
    I think (hope), our offense is improved which I believe will lead to a more relaxed defense

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry M View Post
    Had I not gone push, I was going to say Under
    I think (hope), our offense is improved which I believe will lead to a more relaxed defense
    The offense, specifically the WRs, have a lot to prove, because on paper they are very underwhelming.

    Of course it would help matters, if the entire starting offensive unit took the field together for practice.

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    Cautiously over.

    Worried more about the offense giving the defense breathers, than the defense being lead by Gregg Williams.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrX27 View Post
    Cautiously over.

    Worried more about the offense giving the defense breathers, than the defense being lead by Gregg Williams.
    I think our O-line will be better and we will at least give the D more rest.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinkotheclown View Post
    I think our O-line will be better and we will at least give the D more rest.
    The OL should definitely be better, but the health and playmaking ability of the people catching passes is somewhat questionable.

    Can Mims and Perriman stay healthy?
    How much adjustment time will Mims need to the NFL provided he missed basically all of camp?
    Can Herndon stay healthy?
    Can Perriman be a #1 WR?

    I get a feeling we're going to be diving into our backup WRs at some point whether because of injury or performance, other than Hogan are the unproven WRs ready for serious action?

    We better hope so.

    Our running game should be strong though.
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    Question:

    The Jets will finish 15-17 in total offense (rushing & receiving) ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrX27 View Post
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    The Jets will finish 15-17 in total offense (rushing & receiving) ?
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    We were dead last, last year. That is a huge jump. I will go under. I think we crack the top 20 but don
    t make it to 17. I would say 19-20



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