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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkSaint View Post
    Because you reload, you have a qb that can win it. Fix the rest of the pieces instead of introducing another unknown into the equation.
    I don't think Geno's salary would have gotten us a good LT...
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    on how many teams with an established QB does the back up really matter any way.
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    not really a clear cut winner at all. Geno has had the most experience as a starter but that may or may not matter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Brown View Post
    Disagree. Our team is built around the defense now. Eli was horrible last year, and they still got in the playoffs.

    It's not all about Eli anymore. Sorry but that is just not the case. They won games in spite of him last year... not because of him.
    Well he wasn't horrible but he's not quite the same guy we've seen in the past.
    If Eli goes down and we have a back up who's won games in the league with a lot less than what our team has, I don't think we're finished at all.
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    Not only that, but if our running game actually does ANYTHING this year, as opposed to the last few years, I'm pretty sure Geno knows how to hand a ball off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeBigBlue View Post
    Not only that, but if our running game actually does ANYTHING this year, as opposed to the last few years, I'm pretty sure Geno knows how to hand a ball off.
    Just like if our OL doens't get any better, he also can dump the ball off for 2 yards at a time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GameTime View Post
    on how many teams with an established QB does the back up really matter any way.
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    Geno
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    not really a clear cut winner at all. Geno has had the most experience as a starter but that may or may not matter.
    Hopefully it doesn't matter.

    The one thing Geno brings with him is an established track record of what he can't do.

    And that would be good to know should he ever be called upon, in game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by poppa smurph View Post
    Hopefully it doesn't matter.

    The one thing Geno brings with him is an established track record of what he can't do.

    And that would be good to know should he ever be called upon, in game.
    The Jets made a huge mistake last year in re-signing Fitz. Fitz did not want to play and they threw a crapload of money at him in an act of desperation.
    They should have moved on with Geno. When they finally started him later in the season he was playing well until he tore up his knee. Bad luck.

    I don't get the Geno hate as our back up QB. He has some game and has NFL experience. he went 8-8 in his rookie year and then played well on a bad team in 2014.
    He's a good choice if he ends up as our back up.

    Maybe folks hate him because they have been making fun of him for so long as a Jet.
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    The guy has his chance. He does well in camp, he'll be a backup that we hopefully never have to use.

    He sucks in camp he's cut.

    End of story.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Morehead State View Post
    The Jets made a huge mistake last year in re-signing Fitz. Fitz did not want to play and they threw a crapload of money at him in an act of desperation.
    They should have moved on with Geno. When they finally started him later in the season he was playing well until he tore up his knee. Bad luck.

    I don't get the Geno hate as our back up QB. He has some game and has NFL experience. he went 8-8 in his rookie year and then played well on a bad team in 2014.
    He's a good choice if he ends up as our back up.

    Maybe folks hate him because they have been making fun of him for so long as a Jet.
    I can't say I've watched much of the Jets or Geno. Can only figure the interceptions and locker room fight are going to sway some away.
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