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Top 3 Remaining Free Agents at Each Position: Offense


Note: The scale is rated on, for example, Tom Brady = A+ to Ryan Leaf = F-. Source used for available free agents: QB 1.) Vince Young    Former Team: Eagles   Rating: C- While remembered fondly for his 2006 Rose Bowl performance, Young hasn’t quite lived up to that performance in the NFL. He appeared last [...]

Grading the New York Jets Draft

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New contributor Marty Graw joins us at an excellent time.  He gives us his thoughts on the Jets’ draft, breaking it down player by player. Round 1, Pick 16 (16): *DE Quinton Coples, North Carolina* At this pick, I was hoping for Ingram or Mercilus. I was pretty upset when I had first heard Coples’s [...]

Jets Trade Up for Stephen Hill

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After standing pat at the sixteenth spot in the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft, the New York Jets’ general manager Mike Tannenbaum finally did what he does best: he made a trade. The Jets moved up in the second round from 47 to 43 and selected wide receiver Stephen Hill. The 6’4 215 [...]

Quinton Coples is a New York Jet

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With the 16th pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, the New York Jets went with defensive end Quinton Coples. The 6’6 285 pounder out of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has top-tier upside and athleticism. Once considered a top five overall prospect, Coples’ stock seemed to slip a bit after questions about [...]

The Jets Fan’s Guide to the 2012 Draft

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For the first time in what seems like forever, the New York Jets enter Draft weekend with a lot of picks at their disposal – ten to be exact, including the #16 overall selection in the first round. For those who haven’t been following all the 40 times, bench press reps, Pro Days, rumors, speculation, [...]

YDKF NFL Draft Central: Part 1

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Over the next few weeks, we’ll be bringing you a variety of draft input from the good folks here at YDKF.  Today we turn to draft expert “Hurricane” Green, who takes a look at the first round.  While most sites stick to a ‘no trade’ rule, we find that ridiculous for a mind like Green’s. [...]

The Science of Drafting


    “And with the 16th pick of the 2012 NFL Entry Draft, the New York Jets select…….” We’ve all done it. I’m willing to bet you that you’ve done it in the last week. On a website, in a conversation at the office, over a beer with your buddies, maybe even on YDKF’s very [...]

What I’m Drinking and Why You Should Care


Ah, spring, when hope is eternal, the trees and flowers start to bud and you need to get the old lawn mower out of the shed for the first time since October. Yes sir, winter is finally over and your trusted and loyal narrator is back from his winter-borne hibernation from too many porters and [...]

New Orleans Taints the NFL


This past Wednesday, the NFL and commissioner Roger Goodell came to a stunning conclusion with regard to the “bounties” reportedly being paid out by the coaches and players inside the locker room of the New Orleans Saints to injure opposing players. While repercussions were to be expected in this contentious situation, the suspensions and fines [...]

God’s Chosen

Tim Tebow inspires a nation

  I spent the beginning of this week praying for the Denver Broncos to come to their senses and get out of the Peyton Manning sweepstakes. Tim Tebow was such a perfect fit, ascendant in that city so near God’s grace, in a stadium that extra mile closer to heaven. Tebow the Bronco felt right. [...]