Looking forward to watching a season of gang green this year
a 10-6 season and a playoff birth is very very possible. This is the year has to show he has the ability, Geno does have some weapons (Decker, Johnson, Ivory, rookies like Jace Amaro) . The jets arial offense was one of the worst ever last year and still managed to get to 8-8. Their front line is one of the best in football, secondary, on paper is weak but Dee Milner showed flashes at the end of last season and Calvin Pryor has a ton of ability. If Dimitri Patterson can stay healthy, it might be a solid enough secondary. (10-6)
While the pats defense especially secondary looks fantastic, their offense still IMO hinges on Gronk, he will break something again and that offense will be mediocre again relying on the likes of Thompkins and Ammendola and Lafell. (11-5)
I really think people are sleeping on the Giants, a revamped secondary, new OC that should lend itself positively to Cruz and Manning. Plus I believe The RB duo of Jennings rookie Andre Williams will be solid. If Randle can run crisp routes, Odell Beckham shows promise and JPP can morph into what he was I believe they win the division. (11-5)[/quote]
I would start Vick. You know he’s going to get hurt so Geno will get his chance, but Vick still has the skills and the experience to get your team a few wins early.[/quote]
When Vick first got signed (which kiled me) I thought in order to save Geno’s confidence you had to start Vick, the other way around especially with a tough schedule and a clunker of a game fans and the media will call for vick immediately. It may be crushing to Geno’s confidence.
If Geno falters horribly and Vick comes in as a savior, you will never see Smith again (except for injury)and once again the Jets have no QB of the future.