Wednesday, September 26, 2012


Darrelle Revis, top five defensive player in the NFL, is out for the year. Before his injury, Gang Green looked good on defense. Not great...Good. Good enough to win some games if the offense could score some points. Not a lot of points....Some. Well, now Revis is out and all bets are off...Unless....It's Tebow time! Bring the freak in and let it roll. What do you have to lose? Sanchez is the lowest rated QB in the league. His fault or not the J-E-T-S JETS JETS JETS need to wake up! TEBOW OR BUST!
Start the process of trading the dead wood now. Start accumulating draft picks for next year and beyond. My colleague at NFL PRO ZACH, The Professor, suggested trading all players over the age of 28. He may be on to something. The players coming out of college now are NFL READY! There is noticable strength & speed differences in the younger teams in the NFL. The NY JETS look slow.
Here's the list:
-Calvin Pace: He's worth a 5th or 6th round pick. Sign Sapp from the practice squad and promote Maybin.
-Dustin Keller: He's worth a 3rd or 4th round pick. Sign Hayden Smith from the practice squad and promote Epps. Heck, Tebow needs a Rugby player on the field!
-Mike Devito: He's worth a 5th or 6th round pick. Promote Coples.
-Santonio Holmes: Eat some salary and get a 3rd round pick from the Cowboys!
-Eric Smith: Get a 6th.
-Bryan Thomas: trade him for complaining about being cut then resigned! Get a 6th rounder.
-Mark Sanchez: Get a 3rd round pick and move on. The Browns or Chiefs may take him.

Let's get this done Tanny!

The National Football League's deadline is the Tuesday following the eighth week (formally sixth) of the regular season, which typically falls in mid-October. However, this was changed for the 2012 N.F.L. Season, with the deadline being moved ahead two weeks in hopes of more trade activity at the deadline. Usually, there is fairly little activity on this day and almost no star players are ever dealt to other clubs on the sixth week of the season. The early deadline, along with players having to learn a whole new system on the fly, along with the salary cap often makes it difficult to make blockbuster trades on this day, unlike most other sports. 

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