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Without further ado, I bring to you, Gang Green Nation’s Highlight Reel for the past week:
On the possibility that the Texans won’t have a GM this year:
To be fair the Jets pretty much went without a GM from 2013 till this season.
On Robby Anderson:
Wow!! Superb my man
Robbie gets a lot of flak for being a one trick pony, but I really like this kid, he’s fast, has good hands and he’s a grinder.. hopefully Douglas can lock him up now before season is over
- SP from the boogie
On Robby Anderson:
Kudos to WR Anderson
not being content to run with the natural talent he has, he has worked hard on his craft, gained weight and strength, and improved his abilities. without being academically gifted, WR Anderson knew, and had the humility, to seek out help from those who had been there before and did it successfully. i admire that he convinced WR Johnson to show him the ropes, as well as WR Marshall, with whom he worked out during the 2017 off-season.with his increased strength, WR Anderson now high-points and comes down with the contested ball – something that often led to INTs early in his career, making me angry that he did not do more to prevent the INT.not sure how much his improvement is due to his internal drive for perfection, he wants to be the best WR in the league, or due to the input from WR Coach Dorrell (now a phin), who improved WR Enunwa. My hat is off to him. and if he can keep his nose clean this offseason, then he will have deserved his big payday and a multi-year contract.
On Chris Herndon:
Chris Herndon > Evan Engram. Going forward in the future, I would take Herndon over any tight end in the league not named Kelce, Kittle,or Ertz.
On whether or not we should extend Robby Anderson this year:
But why pay him more later rather than less today?
The whole point of scouting is to identify players before they break out. If we aren’t self scouting and making savvy investments than were operating behind the curve
On Sam Darnold sitting out a few games last year:
From the beginning, I believed Sam needed to sit for at least half the season in order to learn, as he was still very raw as a QB. Odd as it may seem, getting hurt may be the best thing to happen to him; you see how much better he was after sitting a few weeks.
On potential Jets pro bowlers:
Possible Pro Bowl Players: Adams, Mosley, Bell, Leonard Williams Long Shots if they have a big year: Robby Anderson, Darnold, Maye, Osemele, Q. Williams. So is 5 likely, no, but possible. But doesn’t matter anyway, can’t even play in the probowl when you have a bigger game the next week ;)
“can’t even play in the probowl when you have a bigger game the next week ;)”
So there you have it, Gang Green Nation’s Highlight Reel. Want to be featured next week? Just keep doing what you do, and more importantly, keep being who you are—after all, YOU’RE what makes Gang Green Nation so great!
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