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  1. A lot of teams hanging around with 1 win, but I think today was the Jets only chance to sneak in a win against a Bills team that had lost 2 in a row.
  2. Jones getting tackled by the turf monster...that was a metaphor for his career
  3. A 4th. If the Colts sign him to a contract extension they also get a second. The Colts are getting him, assuming it's done in the offseason, for only one year at a reasonable contract, then it's 5th year option.
  4. Hard pass. I work with lots of Bengals fans and this guy has been such a disappointment to them.
  5. With Atlanta and the Giants winning yesterday, I'm not seeing anyone overtaking the Jets at the moment. It is their sweepstakes to lose.
  6. Agreed. If Brissett was anyone's resolution to starting qb problems, he'd be starting here.
  7. More than a lot. An impossible amount.
  8. Well the Washington football team learned a hard lesson sunday that benching Haskins was not the answer to their offensive inconsistencies. In fact it blew up pretty spectacularly in their faces. Haskins had 1 year starting in college then has played under 2 offensive coordinators in as many years on a team that has, if not the most dysfunctional management in football, is right there near the top. That said, I think after this season is done he'll be a broken prospect, like Rosen.
  9. Big difference with those examples respective to Eason was college game experience. Prescott played 49 games over 4 years, Russell 50 games over 4 years, and Herbert 43 games over 4 years, each with over 1100 attempts in college. Eason played 29 games over 3 seasons, <800 attempts.
  10. I think only two scenarios where Eason sees the field. First would be if the team were to spiral into disaster, like 6 game losing streak bad, and I dont see that happening. The only other way I think he sees the field is week 17 and the team is mathematically eliminated. Two quarterbacks ahead of him on the roster, who take up a combined 46m in cap space, one is future hof and the other loved by his teammates. Putting Eason in now could turn Nathan Peterman bad real fast.
  11. You are soooooo right. I think it was the condescension in your reply that really convinced me.
  12. According to me, if you are throwing out your first challenge flag with 59 minutes left in the game, that better be 100% guarantee you are winning that challenge. In that analogy you presented, Frank put in half his chips on the opening round. This kind of bet is exacerbated by the fact that, based on his time as a head coach, he loses that bet over 70% of the time.
  13. I would argue that it only becomes a great challenge if he wins the challenge. Like the 4th down call that led to the first touchdown was a great call because it was successful. You lose that challenge and you're out a timeout and a challenge with 59 minutes to go, that puts you a team in a very disadvantageous position. Then with the failed challenge in the 2nd quarter, and the Colts are then left with 34 game minutes where they couldn't challenge a play. We can look back now and say there were no other calls that were challenge-worthy, but we didnt know it with 8 minutes left in
  14. Challenging the 1st play from scrimmage has got to be something he looks back on and says "wth did I do that for?"
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