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Thread: We think Kenny has been playing bad?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Djfan View Post
    Does anyone else think that over-all, the play in the nfl this year has be lesser than many years prior?

    Could just be me, but so many games are head scratchers.
    I'm sure they'll change the rules so it becomes even harder to play defense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Northern_Blitz View Post
    I'm sure they'll change the rules so it becomes even harder to play defense.
    Pretty soon it's gonna look like Probowl games of the last few years- basically flag football.

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    NFL Player Passing Stats 2022

    Zach Wilson ranked #23, Kenny Pickett #25 and Steel Maniac's boy Baker Mayfield is dead last.

    it's time to shut your piehole Steel Maniac.

    Boom.............

    https://www.espn.com/nfl/stats/playe...djQBR/dir/desc

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    Quote Originally Posted by whisper View Post
    I can't say I know enough about the situation to realize how much fault is which: the D minded HC or the QB. Sanchez proved to be bad in his own right.

    true, but there's ways you can help a young qb get in a rhythm. jets fans are blaming the OC on that. but like here, the coach is approving those offensive game plans

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    florio with a great line regarding wilson's post game comments

    when you look 12, don't act like you're 12

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    Quote Originally Posted by whisper View Post
    9-22, 77 yards. That's what Zach Wilson threw for last game vs. NE. That makes Kenny look like Dan Marino circa 1984.

    Any how, enough is enough, Jets have benched Wilson for next game. So, yes, Kenny has not been sensational, but he could be worse; he could be Zach Wilson bad. The only good point about a young QB playing that bad, is you KNOW you need another QB to get better. Shockingly, with QB play as bad as ZW, Jets are still on track to make the playoffs.
    They should tank for a top 3 pick so they can draft a QB.

    Oh, wait...

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    Quote Originally Posted by feltdizz View Post
    Jets couldíve had Fields at 2. They chose the QB who shot up the board late which usually involves over hyping from talking heads who have been greased by agents.

    Contrast Zach Wilsons answer with Fields
    who apologized to the team for not playing well when the defense gave them chances in the last game.
    Fields was a hot mess with bad coaching last year, thankfully for his sake they fixed it in one offseason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by feltdizz View Post
    yeah.. that is definitely an old head take on the game.

    I donít think it has anything to do with Gen Z or Gen X or Gen Y.

    When we are younger we look up at athletes.. and as we get older I think we
    start to look down on them.

    Athletes are heroís when we are kids.. and now they are spoiled little brats.
    Imagine the 70s Steelers doing jersey swaps and dance videos and signaling first down after every first down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WindyCitySteel View Post
    Imagine the 70s Steelers doing jersey swaps and dance videos and signaling first down after every first down.
    Imagine current players smoking on the sideline.

    It's almost like culture has changed a bit in the half century of time we're talking about here.
    Last edited by Northern_Blitz; 11-24-2022 at 11:15 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJ-STEELER View Post
    florio with a great line regarding wilson's post game comments

    when you look 12, don't act like you're 12
    It turns out that his post-game comments seemed to have to do with as much of his benching than did his play. When asked if he felt guilty to his D for putting up such paltry offense, he replied with a definitive "No, no," taking no accountability or zero responsibility, as is the case with so many "kids" these days. It was such a brazen, cocky and inappropriate reply that if the coach didn't bench him he was flirting with team mutiny.


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