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Post subject: We have the 62nd prospect on the GGN Big Board! Post Posted: Mon Aug 12, 2019 3:52 am
And the winner is: Darnell Savage White Andre Roberts Jerseys , S, Maryland! With Savage taking the 62nd spot, our crowd sourced Big Board now looks like this:Nick Bosa, Edge,..."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Jets StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Jets NewsYahoo Jets Team PageYahoo Jets ReportYahoo Jets Depth ChartYahoo Jets TransactionsYahoo Jets PhotosOdds About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ?Building A GGN Big Board: Prospect #63EDTShareTweetShareShareBuilding A GGN Big Board: Prospect #63Chuck Cook-USA TODAY SportsWe have the 62nd prospect on the GGN Big Board! And the winner is: Darnell Savage, S, Maryland! With Savage taking the 62nd spot, our crowd sourced Big Board now looks like this:Nick Bosa, Edge, Ohio StateQuinnen Williams, DL, AlabamaJosh Allen, Edge, KentuckyJonah Williams, OT, AlabamaClelin Ferrell, Edge, ClemsonRashan Gary, Edge, MichiganEd Oliver, DT, HoustonDevin White, LB, LSUGreedy Williams, CB, LSUDwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio StateD.K. Metcalf, WR, MississippiT.J. Hockenson, TE, IowaJawaan Taylor, OT, FloridaKyler Murray, QB, OklahomaN’Keal Harry, WR, Arizona StateJachai Polite, Edge Andre Roberts Jerseys 2019 , FloridaMontez Sweat, Edge, Mississippi StateAndre Dillard, OT, Washington StateBrian Burns, Edge, Florida StateCody Ford, OT, OklahomaGarrett Bradbury, OC, North Carolina StateNoah Fant, TE, IowaByron Murphy, CB, WashingtonChristian Wilkins, DT, ClemsonDevin Bush, LB, MichiganGreg Little, OT, MississippiMarquise Brown, WR, OklahomaDexter Lawrence, DT, ClemsonJosh Jacobs, RB, AlabamaDeandre Baker, CB, GeorgiaA.J. Brown, WR, MississippiDrew Lock, QB, MissouriHakeem Butler, WR, Iowa StateJeffery Simmons, DT, Mississippi StateDalton Risner, OL, Kansas StateKelvin Harmon White Neal Sterling Jerseys , WR, North Carolina StateIrv Smith, Jr., TE, AlabamaNasir Adderley, S, DelawareChris Lindstrom, OG, Boston CollegeElgton Jenkins, C, MississippiJerry Tillery, DL, Notre DameChase Winovich, Edge, MichiganAmani Oruwariye, CB Penn StateErik McCoy, C, Texas A&MJJ Arcega-Whiteside, WR, StanfordRock Ya-Sin, CB, TempleDeebo Samuel, WR, South CarolinaDaniel Jones, QB, DukeDeionte Thompson, S, AlabamaZach Allen, DL, Boston CollegeJaylon Ferguson, Edge, Louisiana TechChauncey Gardner-Johnson, S, FloridaYodny Cajuste, OT, West VirginiaJohnathan Abram, S, Mississippi StateAndy Isabella, WR Neal Sterling Jerseys 2019 , UMassMack Wilson, LB, AlabamaTaylor Rapp, S, WashingtonTrayvon Mullen, CB, ClemsonJuan Thornhill, S, VirginiaMichael Dieter, OG, WisconsinDavid Montgomery, RB, Iowa StateDarnell Savage, S, Maryland?From now until mid April I’ll be putting up a daily poll asking GGN to vote on the best available player from a rolling list of 15 candidates. The idea here is to build a generic Big Board reflecting the community’s view of this year’s draft class regardless of the Jets’ (or any other team’s) particular needs. So for instance, the Jets do not need a QB this year, but that should not prevent you from placing a QB high on the Big Board. Each day we will close the previous day’s poll and the candidate with the most votes will be added to the GGN Big Board. In the event of a tie vote the tie will be broken by surname in alphabetical order. By the time the draft rolls around we should have enough players on our Big Board to cover two rounds of the draft.In the event I have made an egregious omission and a name you think should be on the poll is not there you can write in candidates in the comments section. If a player gets support in the comments section I’ll add him to the next day’s poll.Try not to get overly frustrated if your guy isn’t being voted to the top of the board. We all have different views and what we’re looking for here is a composite of the best players in the community’s collective mind. Your views may or may not coincide with the community’s, and either way that’s OK.So let’s get to it. Today we vote for the #63 prospect on the 2019 crowd sourced GGN Big Board. Who will it be? Vote early, vote often, and let’s hear who you think are the best players in this draft. FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) — Hello? Is this thing on?Well, in each of their games this season, the New York Jets have had moments during which their sideline headsets briefly malfunctioned.“It’s been three games, and I’m not making excuses, but three times our headsets failed us,” offensive coordinator Jeremy Bates said Thursday. “Not throwing anyone under the bus, but the button stopped working. We’ve tried to correct it.”Bates stands on the sideline during games while calling plays and sending them through headsets to quarterback Sam Darnold. When the headsets fail, Darnold can’t hear anything from Bates.“Obviously, we understand that that can happen anytime,” Bates said, “especially in New England.”That drew a few chuckles from reporters, of course. The Patriots were accused by some teams — and, ultimately, cleared — a few years ago of tampering with headsets at Gillette Stadium.But, it has been an occasional issue over the years for teams in stadiums around the NFL, where they experience interruptions in their headsets. Electrical systems and inclement weather are the most common culprits.The Jets have had to work around those issues at Detroit, at home against Miami and at Cleveland.“We’ve come up with a system and we tried that system in Cleveland and we had to call a timeout,” Bates said. “So, we are still growing with that. But as far as the communication with Sam White Doug Middleton Jerseys , he’s extremely bright, he can spit out the plays.“There are certain situations where we have wristbands when the plays are a little bit longer. So, we do that, we do a little bit of both. As far as getting in and out of the huddle, I think it’s been good execution.”Bates said the Jets test their headset equipment before every game, but the technology simply fails sometimes.There will be frustrating moments of static radio interference and others when there’s nothing at all on either end.“I’ve always said that it’s amazing,” Bates said. “I don’t know how to do it, but I guess you can FaceTime people in China, but our headsets go out.”Jets coach Todd Bowles acknowledged that there have been technical difficulties this season, but it’s nothing new.“I mean, it’s part of the game,” he said. “It happens every year. There’s quite a few games that it happens in, so that’s something you have to adjust. That’s why you go over signals all the time, and you kind of move on from there. That’s part of technology. It’s going to be around for a long time, so that’s not a big deal. We just adjust and move on.”If one team’s entire headset system goes out for an extended period of time, the other team has its headsets turned off, too, so that neither has an advantage.“It’s got to be out consistently,” Bowles said. “But if one guy goes out and it sputters, you just move on and you play. You don’t waste timeouts doing that.”Aside from the occasional technology-related communication issues, Bates has been mostly happy with the way his rookie quarterback has performed to start his career.Darnold has been solid at times and shaky at others, which is to be expected. He mentioned that he needs to be more decisive with his reads, something with which Bates agreed.“We’ve got to go through our progression fast, we’ve got to believe in it and he’s going to continue to do that,” Bates said. “Obviously, he’s still young, but when he believes in his progression and he believes in his stroke, good things happen. We are going to continue to work on that. He’s going to work on that this week, he’s going to work on it next week and he’s going to work on it the rest of his career. You can always play faster, no matter what year you are.”Darnold began his NFL career by playing three games in 11 days, which is certainly a tough task. He has three touchdown passes and five interceptions, and his 72.0 quarterback rating ranks him 28th in the league.But by no means does Bates think expectations should be lowered for Darnold and the rest of the Jets’ offense because the 21-year-old QB is still feeling his way through things.“Absolutely not,” Bates said. “Everyone is in the National Football League. This is a professional business, and he would say the same. He expects a lot out of himself and so do we.”NOTES: WR Terrelle Pryor was added to the injury report after tweaking his groin during practice. Bowles characterized it as “sore,” but wouldn’t elaborate. … TE Neal Sterling (concussion) and WR Charone Peake (hamstring) didn’t practice. … OLB Josh Martin was a full participant for the first time since suffering a concussion in the Jets’ third preseason game. … S Marcus Maye (ankle/foot), CB Buster Skrine (knee) and S Doug Middleton (knee/finger) were limited.
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