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BlaZeN37


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 01, 2012 11:15 pm    Post subject: FFMD-12: War Room Reply with quote

The War Room











Current Staff



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GM - BlaZeN37
Assistant GM - jetskid007
Head Coach - quietjets
Offensive Coordinater - reissing87jets
Defensive Coordinater - Darrelle Revis
President of Player Personnel - JetsBoi2124
Director of Media Relations - epicjets29
Statistic Consultant - JetsFan1017
National Scout - rickyt31
ACC / SEC Scout - Heet
Big East / Big Ten Scout - IBleedGreen7
Pac-12 / Big 12 Scout - perikirest
Independent / C-USA / MAC / Sun Belt / WAC Scout - green24




Current Roster

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FFMD12 Google Docs Roster


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16. New York Jets -- 105.329M Cap Space Committed; Cap Space Available 19.671M





2012 Free Agents


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RED - Will not be retained
BLUE - Re-signed


Bryan Thomas, OLB
Sione Pouha, NT
Jim Leonhard, S
LaDainian Tomlinson, RB
Robert Turner, OG
Kevin O'Connell, QB
Mark Brunell, QB
Plaxico Burress, WR
Nick Folk, K
Brodney Pool, S
Chris Jennings, RB
Donald Strickland, CB
Marquice Cole, CB (RFA)
Jamaal Westerman, OLB (RFA)
Patrick Turner, WR (RFA)
Aaron Maybin, OLB (RFA)
Matthew Mulligan, TE (RFA)
Courtney Smith, WR (RFA)
Robby Felix, C (RFA)





2012 Trade Block


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Santonio Holmes, WR - Early 3rd Round Pick
Dustin Keller, TE - 3rd Round Pick
Joe McKnight, RB/WR/KR - 4th Round Pick
Antonio Cromartie, CB - 2nd Round Pick
Mike DeVito, NT/DE - 3rd Round Pick
Kyle Wilson, CB - 2nd Round Pick
Kenrick Ellis, NT/DE - Late 2nd/Early 3rd Round Pick
Greg McElroy, QB - 6th Round Pick





2012 Draft Picks


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(1) - #16
(2) - #15
(3) - #14
(4) - #13





Key Dates


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Official Schedule:****
(All time sensitive deadlines are in US Eastern Standard Time)

Feb 13, 11PM - Re-signing of own UFAs ends (contract restructuring still allowed)
Feb 13, 8AM - Franchising period starts
Feb 13, 10PM - Franchise period ends
Feb 14, 10PM EST - ERFA/RFA tenders made
Feb 16, 10AM EST - Deadline to submit Franchise/Transition/RFA offer-sheets
Feb 16, Midnight EST - Deadline for matching RFA offers
Feb 17, 6PM EST - Talent Agency FA opens (First Batch of FA's Announced)
Feb 18, Noon EST - Deadline to submit Talent Agency FA pitches for First Batch Clients
Feb 18 6PM EST - Second Batch TA Free Agents Announced
Feb 18 10PM EST - First Batch Signings Announced
(Process above will be repeated as necessary until TA Clients are exhausted)

Feb 19, 8PM EST - "Shark Tank" (General UFA) Signing Begins
Feb 20, 10PM EST - Contract restructuring period ends*
* Subject to change as needed to accommodate Talent Agency Free Agency
Feb 29, 10AM EST - Draft begins*
*Subject to change as needed to accommodate Talent Agency Free Agency process (in all honesty, expect this to be pushed back a day or two, but this is the ideal date we're shooting for).


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 01, 2012 11:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

League War Rooms


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AFC East:
Bills
Fins
Patriots
Jets

AFC North:
Ravens
Bengals
Browns
Steelers

AFC South:
Texans
Colts
Jaguars
Titans

AFC West:
Broncos
Chiefs
Raiders
Chargers

NFC East:
Giants
Cowboys
Eagles
Redskins

NFC North:
Bears
Lions
Packers
Vikings

NFC South:
Falcons
Panthers
Saints
Buccaneers

NFC West:
Cardinals
49ers
Seahawks
Rams




Contract Restructure Rules



The Gnat wrote:
There will be an opportunity to re-sign some of your own UFAs and to restructure some contracts (either existing or after franchise tagging/RFA tendering), but the number of players per team that this can happen for will be limited.

Thread should be up shortly, but it is going to be 4 total resignings or restructurings with no more than 3 of 1 of them (eg a team could try and resign 3 free agents but not 4 of their free agents). Also, these are 1 and done sort of deals, so if they don't work out the first time, there is no negotiating and it uses up one of your resigning or restructuring attempts.




2012 Completed Trades


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Arrow RG Brandon Moore, Jets 5th Round Pick (#19), and Jets 7th Round Pick (#17) FOR Lions 3rd Round Pick (#23)

Arrow ILB Bart Scott, Jets 6th Round Pick (#Cool FOR Seahawks 7th Round Pick (#18 - From Oakland)

Arrow Jets 3rd Round Pick #23 (From Detroit), Jets 7th Round Pick #18 (From Oakland) FOR FS Micheal Huff


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 01, 2012 11:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Depth Chart



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OFFENSE: (21)

QB: Mark Sanchez, Greg McElroy
RB: Shonn Greene, Joe McKnight, Bilal Powell
FB: John Connor, Josh Baker.
TE: Dustin Keller, Jeff Cumberland, Dedrick Epps
WR: Santonio Holmes, Eron Riley
WR: Jeremy Kerley, Logan Payne
LT: D'Brickashaw Ferguson
LG: Matt Slauson, Caleb Schlauderaff
OC: Nick Mangold, Taylor Boggs
RG: Vladimir Ducasse
RT: Austin Howard

DEFENSE: (22)

LDE: Muhammad Wikerson, Marcus Dixon
NT: Sione Pouha, Kenrick Ellis, Martin Tevaseu
RDE: Mike DeVito, Ropati Pitoitua
LOLB: Calvin Pace, Greg McIntyre
ILB: David Harris, Josh Mauga, Nick Bellore, Matthias Berning
ROLB: Ricky Sapp
CB: Darrelle Revis, Kyle Wilson, Isaiah Trufant
FS: Michael Huff
SS: Tracy Wilson
CB: Antonio Cromartie, Ellis Lankster, Julian Posey

SPECIAL TEAMS: (2)

LS: Tanner Purdum
PK:
P: Travis Baltz





Resource Links


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NY Jets Cap
2012 Complete Free Agents List
CBS Scouting Reports
Walter Football's Draft Prospect Rankings
Draft Pick Trade Value Chart
2012 Draft Order
Jets Player Contract Details




Staff Position Responsibilities



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Arrow Assistant General Manager - The GM's right hand man. Requires a very, very active poster because if I'm absent, the chain of command falls squarely on this person's shoulders. Overall football knowledge must be very high.
Arrow Head Coach - Requires a high level of dedication to FFMD as well. Needs to be active on the forum on a daily basis, just like the Assistant GM. This poster will be responsible for posting updated depth charts, having a large amount of input on overall team direction and player personnel.
Arrow Statistics Consultant - Requires a varying level of activity on the forum. Responsible for breaking down 2011's seasonal statistics to identify needs not only for our roster, but also other teams' rosters in an effort to determine draft strategies, free agent signings and to help with overall team direction.
Arrow Capologist - Requires a moderate to high level of activity. This person is responsible for making sure we stay within budget, and helps with all free agent contracts as well as restructures.
Arrow Offensive Coordinater - Requires moderate level of activity on the forums. You have a large say so with the moves and direction of the offense.
Arrow Defensive Coordinater - Requires moderate level of activity on the forums. You have a large say so with moves and direction of the defense.
Arrow President of Player Personnel - Requires moderate activity on the forum. This position is in charge of evaluating all players, not only the ones on the teams but potential FA and trade targets as well. It is your job to identify who fits on this team and who doesn't.
Arrow National Scout - Moderate activity level. You would be scouting college players in the draft this year and reporting back to our War Room thread to help familiarize everyone with as many prospects as possible. Having the help of conference specific scouts, you must build big boards incorporating players from any and all conferences
Arrow Conference Specific Scouts - Moderate activity level. Your job will be to inform us on prospects in your given conferences, along with making big boards for them. There are 5 positions for this job...
ACC / SEC Scout
Big East / Big Ten Scout
Pac-12 / Big 12 Scout
Independent / C-USA / MAC / Sun Belt / WAC Scout
D-FCS / D-II / D-III / JuCo Scout
Arrow Director of Media Relations - Activity level requirement will vary for this position. Someone with excellent written communication/sales skills would be ideal, as the responsibilities include typing up press releases (possibly including contract offers if necessary), making acquisition announcements, hand shaking, etc.


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 02, 2012 1:14 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

First up we need to determine if we want to use our franchise tag on anyone and who we want to release. Feel free to leave your input in this thread, regardless if you are on the staff or not.

I'm leaning on not using the franchise tag, with an outside chance of using it on Pouha.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 02, 2012 1:22 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 02, 2012 1:37 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I mean Eric Smith, Wayne Hunter and possibly Shonn Greene are guys I'd look to release. Because we can easily upgrade at each in the draft. Which gives us some additional money.

As far as tagging anybody. No one really worth it on this team other than Revis, Mangold and Ferguson and they're all locked up so no need to tag anyone
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 02, 2012 1:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Due to the fact that Shonn Greene will be in the last year of his rookie contract it would make little sense to cut him. It would only create a cap savings of half a million.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 02, 2012 1:57 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

BlaZeN37 wrote:
Due to the fact that Shonn Greene will be in the last year of his rookie contract it would make little sense to cut him. It would only create a cap savings of half a million.


yeah thats why I said possibly I wasn't sure what the savings would have been
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 02, 2012 1:58 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

No problem.

I will be posting a "Resource" section soon that links to sites like nyjetscap.com
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 02, 2012 2:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

IBleedGreen7 wrote:
I mean Eric Smith, Wayne Hunter and possibly Shonn Greene are guys I'd look to release. Because we can easily upgrade at each in the draft. Which gives us some additional money.

As far as tagging anybody. No one really worth it on this team other than Revis, Mangold and Ferguson and they're all locked up so no need to tag anyone


I agree.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 02, 2012 2:34 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

For some reason I was thinking the franchise tag contract for a nose tackle was 5-7 million... I was wrong, Paul Soliai of the Dolphins signed a franchise tag worth 12.5 million last year.

We will not be using the franchise tag on anyone this year.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 02, 2012 6:21 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

BlaZeN37 wrote:
For some reason I was thinking the franchise tag contract for a nose tackle was 5-7 million... I was wrong, Paul Soliai of the Dolphins signed a franchise tag worth 12.5 million last year.

We will not be using the franchise tag on anyone this year.

Just a heads-up. Under the new CBA the amounts for the franchise tender actually decreased (in the case of most positions) notably. The numbers will be up shortly (I'll start griping at skater and drd23 on my lunch break), but the "DT" franchise tender is considerably more affordable than the 12.5M Soliai received last year (unless of course we're talking about Soliai himself, who would - per the CBA - require a tender of 120% of his previous year's salary which was that same 12.5M tender). Think it went down to something like 7-8M-ish.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 02, 2012 6:56 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

So what should be spoken of in this thread? I mean I dont like the idea of showing our hand to other teams Smile
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 02, 2012 7:21 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I think we shouldn't use our franchise tag, we should be able to re-sign the guys we want, not only that but nobody is close to being worthy for it.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 02, 2012 9:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Shonn Greene should not be cut or thought about being cut!

ALSO, Eric Smith should be kept this year. I know he is terrible at coverage but with the uncertainty of Jim Leonard, we should hang on to him for cheap.

Eric Smith did provide 89 total tackles, 2.5 sacks, 4 Pass Deflections, and 1 INT.....While these stats aren't the greatest....They're good. Might try him at SS next yer if Leonard can't go and get a true Ball Hawk in FA or draft
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