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    Quote Originally Posted by YoungStuna View Post
    Here’s a non-PPF stat:

    Same thing.

    Analytics doesn't define coverage and blocking scheme, does it?
    Nope.

    If analytics was an exact science then the favored team would win each and every game at all times.

    Based on those analytics, you'd think the most pressure comes from the edges.
    I can easily see the most of the pressure Sam faces comes from the interior of the OL.

    Analytics would show Gase knows offense.
    The eyeball test show Gase's offense is offensive.

    Another reason the OL has been bad is WRs haven't gotten open, forcimg Sam to hold the ball a bit longer.
    Its not all on the OL, even though they haven't been without fault.
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    Atlanta winning gives the Jets some breathing room.

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    The jet play calling can help the line against the rush by moving the pocket and have Sam throw more on the run. He has proven that he is capable of doing that.

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    Nfl draft 2021

    Quote Originally Posted by MrX27 View Post
    Same thing.

    Analytics doesn't define coverage and blocking scheme, does it?
    Nope.

    If analytics was an exact science then the favored team would win each and every game at all times.

    Based on those analytics, you'd think the most pressure comes from the edges.
    I can easily see the most of the pressure Sam faces comes from the interior of the OL.

    Analytics would show Gase knows offense.
    The eyeball test show Gase's offense is offensive.

    Another reason the OL has been bad is WRs haven't gotten open, forcimg Sam to hold the ball a bit longer.
    Its not all on the OL, even though they haven't been without fault.
    More pressures always come from the edge, but pressures from the interior are more problematic and disruptive to the play which is why they seem like they happen more often. I’ve seen McGovern whiff several assignments. He’s basically been a turnstile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YoungStuna View Post
    More pressures always come from the edge, but pressures from the interior are more problematic and disruptive to the play which is why they seem like they happen more often. I’ve seen McGovern whiff several assignments. He’s basically been a turnstile.
    Pressure from the edges happen more because the interior is being pushed backwards into the QB.

    Van Rotten has his back in Sam's face more than one would care for.

    I'm not the one who wanted to get rid of Harrison, others on here were wanting it and got what they wanted.
    Sam tried to tell everyone that Harrison was coming into his own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flfan1943 View Post
    The jet play calling can help the line against the rush by moving the pocket and have Sam throw more on the run. He has proven that he is capable of doing that.
    I hear you but really, are you expecting Gase to make any gameplay adjustments at this point?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrX27 View Post
    Atlanta winning gives the Jets some breathing room.
    Nice win last night, they’re offense is pretty stacked.

    Carolina offensive line looked really bad, especially Matt Paradis, glad we didn’t sign him. I did feel bad for Bridgewater, but when he wasn’t being mauled, he looked very good.

    Also, I didn’t think it was possible, but Robbie somehow looks skinnier now

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    Quote Originally Posted by flfan1943 View Post
    The jet play calling can help the line against the rush by moving the pocket and have Sam throw more on the run. He has proven that he is capable of doing that.
    Stop talking nonsense, it’s Gase’s offensive strategy or nothing

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    Trevor Lawrence has tested positive for covid.
    Says symptoms are mild.

    Speedy recovery to all affected and effected.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrX27 View Post
    Trevor Lawrence has tested positive for covid.
    Says symptoms are mild.

    Speedy recovery to all affected and effected.

    I’m curious how they are defining, “mild”
    When it started, mild simply meant no need for hospitalization but some reported high fevers, cough... so is mild, mild? Or is it simply not life threatening?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinkotheclown View Post
    I’m curious how they are defining, “mild”
    When it started, mild simply meant no need for hospitalization but some reported high fevers, cough... so is mild, mild? Or is it simply not life threatening?
    Good question.

    You figure that they know more about covid now than they did just 7-8 months ago, and the mortality rate has dropped considerably.
    I would just guess that he will have a full recovery after his period of seif-isolation.
    Also you'd imagine between Clemson and his potential value to the NFL, he is receiving the best care possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinkotheclown View Post
    I’m curious how they are defining, “mild”
    When it started, mild simply meant no need for hospitalization but some reported high fevers, cough... so is mild, mild? Or is it simply not life threatening?
    Thankfully he is very young and in great physical shape, so he should be fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lamonster View Post
    Thankfully he is very young and in great physical shape, so he should be fine.
    The Jets will draft him and he will turn into a zombie after a latent aspect of the virus manifests
    He will eat all the best players on the Jets but leave gase and the Johnson alive
    The Jets will be penalized their first round pick for the next decade for not disclosing his zombie status



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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinkotheclown View Post
    The Jets will draft him and he will turn into a zombie after a latent aspect of the virus manifests
    He will eat all the best players on the Jets but leave gase and the Johnson alive
    The Jets will be penalized their first round pick for the next decade for not disclosing his zombie status
    Or he turns super human and no one can stop him

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry M View Post
    Or he turns super human and no one can stop him
    He's one of those Zombies who doesn't turn! I love it. He has all the insane power and speed they have but not the thirst for blood.



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