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Without further ado, I bring to you, Gang Green Nation’s Highlight Reel for the past week:
On the Jets negotiations with Quinnen Williams:
Odds are this had nothing to do with Quinnen
This is the first contract with the new F.O. in place, they want to set a tone for future negotiations.
On finding the right balance of off-season reps for Le’Veon Bell:
With his running style the OL might need more time than him
Gotta hold those blocks as he patiently picks his hole….he has a very unique talent in that regard. But is something they can work on in camp. Use PS for routes out of the back field and maybe a few hits. But a pro like Leveon doesn’t need a ton of drills or to prove himself as a runner
On if it will be easier to beat the Browns or Patriots:
I’m starting to wonder if we have a better shot at beating the Patriots then we do at beating the Browns. I’m gonna go take a drug test.
-Red G Green
On Sam Darnold wearing the same jersey as the rest of the team in training camp:
Jets offensive line is so good there’s no need for the red jersey
On the difference between Darnold vs Rosen:
I still think he stands a chance of being a starter, but my take on
him vs Sam was Rosen is proficient at things you can teach, and has none of the things you can’t teach, Sam is great at a lot of things you can’t teach.
On Bell’s and Montgomery’s performance in training camp:
Bell and Montgomery start practice by dominating in the pass game... Again
I know our LBers aren’t the best in coverage, but I think having two of the best receiving backs in football might be an issue for other teams.
On Trumaine Johnson saying it’s “news to him” that the CB’s are viewed as a weak point for the Jets:
I guess Tru is a few steps behind off the field as well.
On the potential of the passing game:
If the WR’s stay healthy and the Oline plays average, the passing game is going to be much better than everyone expects.
Anderson, Enunwa, Crowder, Herndon (when he comes back), and Bell with Sam going into year 2 and Gase designing master-mind plays. Some people on here think this will be a liability? Pshhhhh. That’s a solid group right there. If anything the run game might spudder. I’m hoping the additions of Bell and Kelechi Osemele will help there too.
On the rigorous conditioning tests that NFL players have to pass once training camp starts:
Me after reading this
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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