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Because im a Wash St. fan,you might be

pleasantly surprised by Falk. But jets look

like they might be a pretty bad team.

Minshew in Jax also. We shall see.

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Word is he's Pennington reincarnated

Same high accuracy, same solid game management, same noodle arm

So run the ball, play defense

 

The question is how long does he stay out of the hospital behind that line

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9 hours ago, Sudsy said:

 

 

The question is how long does he stay out of the hospital behind that line

One game at a time......err cancel that , one set of downs at a time

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Heaven help the Jets. The Patriots before them.  Eddy's curse hanging overhead like a dark cloud. Woody Johnson will, I assume, return to active team management if he decides to stop being an ambassador. I must check the paper - have the Jets hired a #4 QB or a #5 QB yet?  

 

 .... Kaepernick?  ..... Dave Brown? (If still alive.) 

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Jets plan on signing QB David Fales in wake of Trevor Siemian's injury
By: Tyler Calvaruso | 9 hours ago 

 

The Jets are turning to a quarterback who is familiar with Adam Gase’s offense to replace the injured Trevor Siemian.

According to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News, the Jets are planning on signing David Fales to serve as Luke Falk’s backup in Week 3 against the Patriots and beyond.

 

With Sam Darnold dealing with a case of mono and Siemian heading for season-ending injured reserve, Falk was left as New York’s only healthy quarterback, making the move to go out and get a backup necessary. In doing so, the Jets brought in a player who won’t have to deal with too much of a learning curve once he arrives at team facilities.

 

Gase was Fales’ offensive coordinator with the Bears in 2015. Although he didn’t appear in a game when Gase was Chicago’s play-caller, he learned the intricacies of his offensive scheme.

 

The two reunited with the Dolphins in 2017, with Fales once again serving as a backup for Gase. He appeared in two games for Miami that season, going 29-43 for 265 yards, one touchdown and one interception. Fales appeared in only one game in 2018 and spent the 2019 preseason with the Lions before being released in late August.

 

In Fales, the Jets add an experienced player that Gase can trust to take over under center should Falk succumb to injury at any point. New York’s quarterback situation is far from ideal right now, but the addition of the San Jose State product could prove to be a useful one if he is forced into action.

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7 mins ago, BrianBM said:

Heaven help the Jets. The Patriots before them. 

Imagine being Luke Falk right now ?

The Pats who are going to double stack the box against Bell and force the kid to carry the game

and behind that turnstile O-line ? 

 

He's wondering if it's worth it

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I think it will be a close game, decided by a field goal......

 

 

 

 

 

 

"I'll always be a dreaming man
I don't have to understand
I know it's alright"    Neil Young Dreamin Man

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