“Winston Hill is one of the finest men I’ve ever met in my life. Good Lord. He was just wonderful. Without him, or with a lesser effort by anyone in that position, we wouldn’t have been able to win the championship.”                                …

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With my revised list, I wanted to keep the same 51 players and make adjustments. There are players I could have taken away and players I could have added. I will leave that until my 3.0 list comes out. If you see two numbers, the second one is the player’s old ranking so you can…

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 Mark Gastineau’s speed off the ball, was beyond imaginable! You’d swear he was calling the snap count. There were a lot of times as a New York Jets player from 1979-1988, that Gastineau could not be blocked. I remember how he would line up on one side as a defensive end, and then as the…

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  As we close out the rookie workouts in Indianapolis, Jets coaches and fans should not drink too much of the “Combine Kool Aid.” Players with surprising 40-yard times and impressive vertical leaps will move from day 3 to day 2 prospects. Some will even move from day 2 to day 1; and this without…

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   Your place and particular time on this earth will determine how others perceive you. New York Jets Linebacker Larry Grantham was probably born five or ten years too early to gain the notoriety that he rightly deserves. When you look at his accomplishments, it is somewhat stunning, that he has never really been considered…

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 Picking my first top 51 NFL draft prospects was challenging. There is a plethora of wide receivers, offensive linemen and edge players. I tried to make sure I didn’t focus too much on the Youtube highlight reels, where everyone looks like a superstar. My course of action was to review as much game tape as…

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 I’ll cherish those moments spent with my idol Don Maynard. One of the greatest Jets of all time.     – Wayne Chrebet   Don Maynard never colored his hair or did crazy end zone dances after a touchdown. You never saw him point fingers or complain to the media that he wasn’t getting the ball…

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 If there was ever a New York Jets player who was “old school” it was Joe Klecko. He was as blue collar as they come and I saw every play of every game he was in and this I can tell you, he never took a play off. Fighting offensive lineman double and triple teamed…

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  Post Super Bowl, the real off-season begins for the Jets and all the other NFL teams. The Jets will have a lot of questions to answer. Did Zach Wilson show enough the last 4 games? Should the Jets draft 1 or 2 WRs to give their young QB some weapons? What round should the…

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 When drafting players, even with all the resources and analysis teams use, it becomes more of a crap shoot than anything else. Teams never know until the player hits the field, how they will manage the transition from college to the pros. Jets fans know this more than anyone. For every Quinnen Williams there seems…

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