Jets' Scott wants discipline, but not silly rules
#1 Mar 27, 2009
Damien Woody makes an excellent point. Maybe it is time to see if Clemens or Raitliff has what it takes to be a top of the line QB. Every great player starts somewhere, why not here with the Jets? Did anyone think Tom Brady, a sixth round pick, would ever be an NFL superstar when he was sitting on the bench backing up Drew Bledsoe, a pro-bowl QB? No. And if you say you did, you're lying. Even Brett Favre got traded from Atlanta because no one thought he'd amount to anything. Same with Steve Young. He rode the pine for years before getting a shot. My point is, sometimes you have to develop talent in-house instead of always trying to grab established players from other teams. Just ask Yankee fans which teams were better, the Yankees of the mid to late 90's who had a lot of homegrown talent, or the Yankees of the 2000's, who've paid through the nose for almost every guy on the roster and haven't won anything in years.
#2 Mar 31, 2009
Look for the Jets to try for Cutler and overpay. Not because it's in the long term best interest of the team, but rather so Woody the Pig can sell more PSLs.
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