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PostPosted: Sat Jan 13, 2007 6:24 pm    Post subject: FFMD 07 War Room Reply with quote

I'll make the war room since I think I remember Davey posting something about him not being able to be on for the weekend.

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-General Manager- Will make all of the final decisions, and is in control of everything, ranging from trades to picks, but he should not let the power go to his head. The HC, and the rest of the staff should be greatly infulencing every decision he makes.

-Head Coach- Has a key part in all of the decisions, but his focus is mainly on the team itself, rather than looking up players or searching for trade options.

-Assistant GM- Very close to the GM, but his job mostly involves looking for trade options around the league. When he hears another team's player/pick is on the block, he tries to get a feel for different deals they can make for that player/pick and sends that info to the team. Trade offers should be directed towards him, and he shares them with the team. He is not the onyl one who can talk or negotiate trades, but trades should be sent through him, and he should be very involved in the trade situation.

-Capologist- This is new to the FFMD this year because this is the first time we are going to run a RFA and UFA period which will include bidding on players. The Capologist will need to work hand in hand with the GM and should direct all questions concerning the cap to LSUSAINT.

-Offensive Coordinator- Helps decide needs and works with the offensive scout to look for help on offense. Focus is on fitting the guy into their specific team.

-Offensive scout- Is responsible for helping out with info on all offensive players- college and pro. Works with the offensive coordinator to work out good offensive picks.

-Defensive Coordinator-Helps decide needs and works with the defensive scout to look for help on offense. Focus is on fitting the guy into their specific team.

-Defensive scout- Is responsible for helping out with info on all defensive players- college and pro. Works with the defensive coordinator to work out good defensive picks.

Scout- Their jobs are focused on the draft. They should help out with all decisions however, and are not just limited to helping out with the draft. They have no specific job, but they offer their opinions and advice on all matters. There may be multiple scouts on one staff.

Positions

Staff

General Manager - Davey
Head Coach - Spiel612
Assistant GM - Sandwich
Trade Guru- Jonyankee1nyj
Capologist - manfro_91(Asst. - iboflam)
Offensive Coordinator - Jetsalltheway39
Offensive Scout - JETS
Defensive Coordinator - jetsfan4life51
Defensive Scout - nyjvilma51
Scouts - NY_Jets87, arenas4mvp, JetsoverFins, F1jets11111, BillyShears, shortnproud52, Jets4life422, Jetsfandan423, Jets4e13, coryp311, quietjets, Abe56, watup, JVilma123

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http://www.footballsfuture.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=97217 (FA Rules)
http://www.footballsfuture.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=96647 (GM Lists)
http://www.footballsfuture.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=97242 (Trade Block/Trades)
http://www.footballsfuture.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=96702 (Discussion Thread)
http://www.footballsfuture.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=98047&start=0 (free agency list)

Draft Picks

Round 1. (29) Aaron Ross CB
Michael Turner for a 2nd rd pick
Round 2. (58) Alama Francis DE
Round 3. (90) Scott Chandler TE
Round 3. (94) Marshall Yanda G
Round 5 (via SD)
Round 7 (via TB)

Trade Block

David Barret CB
Justin McCaerins WR
Kevin Barlow RB


Salaries

Quarterback
Clemens, Kellen 360,000
Pennington, Chad 1,900,000

Running Back
Turner, Michael 2,181,000
Houston, Cedric 435,000
Martin, Curtis 3,250,000
Washington, Leon 360,000
Askew, B.J 540,000

Wide Receiver
Coles, Laveranues 300,000
Cotchery, Jerricho 510,000
Dwight, Tim 720,000
McCareins, Justin 2,914,600
Smith, Brad 360,000

Tight End
Baker, Chris 850,000
Dearth, James 545,000
Pociask, Jason 285,000
TE Scott Chandler - $250,000


Offensive Line
Ferguson, D'Brickashaw 360,000
Goddard, Na'Shan 360,000
Jones, Adrian 510,000
Kendall, Pete 1,687,500
Mangold, Nick 360,000
Moore, Brandon 800,000
Teague, Trey 720,000
Smith, Wade 540,000
Stinchcomb, Jon 9,000,000
Adam Stenavich 500,000.
OG Marshal Yanda - $250,00

Defensive End
Ellis, Shaun 4,500,000
Hamilton, Bobby 1,500,000
Payne, Seth 750,000
DE Ikaika Alama-Francis - $275,000

Defensive Tackle
Mosley, C.J. 435,000
Pouha, Sione 385,000
Robertson, Dewayne 2,475,000

Linebacker
Barton, Eric 3,000,000
Chatham, Matt 720,000
Hobson, Victor 545,000
Kassell, Brad 595,000
Schlegel, Anthony 360,000
Thomas, Bryan 1,500,000
Vilma, Jonathan 750,000

Cornerback
Barrett, David 3,600,000
Coleman, Drew 360,000
Dyson, Andre 850,000
Miller, Justin 435,000
CB Aaron Ross - $300,000

Safety
Coleman, Erik 510,000
Rhodes, Kerry 435,000
Smith, Eric 360,000
Washington, Rashad 510,000

Kicker/Punter
Graham, Ben 562,500
Nugent, Mike 435,000

Salary Cap- $71,000,000
Total Salaries- $58,098,600
Cap Penalties- $527,350
Cap Room- $12,364,050
Roster - 53(Max. 53)

TIMELINE:


RFA and UFA period rules announced Friday, January 12th. LSUSAINT will lay out the rules on how the RFA and UFA periods will run in great detail. It will be important that you, as the GM, work hand in hand with your staff and specifically your Capologist during this period to make sure that you bid on the players you want while staying under your cap.

Franchise Tag/Release Players Period January 15th thru 17th. This will be explained in detail when LSU releases the FA rules on the 12th.

RFA Period January 18th 25th. Details will be given about this on the 12th.

UFA Period January 28th February 6th. Details will be given about this on the 12th.

Pre-Draft Period begins- After the RFA and UFA periods are over, teams should focus solely on the draft at hand. You will have one week to prepare.

Draft Begins- Thursday, February 13th the draft starts and staffs start building their teams respective futures.

Recap- Staffs, writers, and other posters review the mock draft, sharing their opinions.

Approved Trades

Jets Recieve: Michael Turner, 5h rd pick

Chargers Recieve: #37
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 13, 2007 6:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

AS OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR I WROTE UP SOME STUFF ABOUT THE OFFENSE



Offensive Overview

2006 Stats

- Averaged 305.7 Total Yards per Game (25th in NFL)
- Averaged 19.8 Points per Game (18th in NFL)
- 1738 Total Rushing Yards (20th in NFL)
- Average 108.6 Rushing Yards per Game
- 3153 Total Passing Yards (17th in NFL)
- Average 197.1 Yards per Game
- Allowed 34 Sacks (16th Best in NFL)
- Turnover Margin O (25 give aways and 25 takeaways)

Quaterback

Quaterback Individual Stats:
Chad Pennington - 313/485 ~ 3352 Yards ~ 64.5 Completion Percentage ~ 6.9 Yards/Attempt ~ 17 TD ~ 16 INT ~ 82.6 Rating

Quaterbacks on Roster:
- Chad Pennington (1,900,0000)
- Kellen Clemens (360,000)
- Patrick Ramsey (600,000)

What to do: Chad Pennington played good this season and ended up winning the Comeback Player of the Year so their is really no need to get rid of him as he also led us to a 10-6 record and a playoff game. I think Pennington should be our starter going into the 2007 season. When Pennington is on the field he is a winner and gives a good shot to win each week. We drafted our quaterback of the future in the 2nd round last year, Kellen Clemens. Obviously we are not going to cut or trade him so he will be fighting Chad for the starting spot. If Chad wins the starting spot then it will only help Kellen be ready in 2008 when most likly will be the starter. Patrick Ramsey is our third string quaterback and we could cut him or trade him but most likly we are not going to get any takers so we should keep him as our third string Quaterback. It is always good to have depth at the position as we know from last year when Pennington and Fiedler both got season ending injuries. Overall this position is pretty much set heading into the off season.
Free Agents to look at: None
Propects to look at: None



Runningback

Runningback Individual Stats:
Leon Washington - 650 Yards ~ 151 Attempts ~ 4.3 Yards per Carry ~ 4 Rushing Touchdowns ~ 25 Receptions for 270 Yards
Cedric Houston - 374 Yards ~ 113 Attempts ~ 3.3 Yards per Carry ~ 5 Rushing Touchdowns ~ 7 Receptions for 43 Yards
Kevan Barlow - 370 Yards ~ 131 Attempts ~ 2.8 Yards per Carry ~ 6 Rushing Touchdowns ~ 7 Receptoins for 21 Yards
Derrick Blaylock - 44 Yards ~ 25 Attempts ~ 1.8 Yards per Carry ~ 0 Rushing Touchdowns ~ 5 Receptions for 29 Yards

Runningbacks on Roster:
- Kevan Barlow (3,250,000)
- Derrick Blaylock (708,500)
- Cedric Houston (435,000)
- Curtis Martin (3,250,000)
- Leon Washington (360,000)

What to do: Curtis Martin missed last season with an injury and it apperas that his carrer is over with however we still have to pay him so he will count against the cap. That leaves us with four runningbacks left on the roster. Blaylock started the season off as the starter but was very unproductive averaging 1.8 yards per carry and also get hurt during the year. Right now he is due to earn 708,500 and I think that we should either cut him or trade him as their is not any room for him to get playing time. The next running back is Kevan Barlow. We got Barlow during training camp for a 4th round pick and he had some moments during the 2006 season but was not consistent and theirfore lost playing time and was put down to third string. I also think with him 3,250,000 against our cap we should either cut him or try to trade him. Our remaining two runningbacks are Leon Washing and Cedric Houston, both are very promising young players. They made up most of our runningback by committe last season and both were productive. However neither of them is a feature back but both of them should remain on the roster. We have a couple of options though at this position. One of them being to pick up a free agent or trade for a runningback but their is really no need to throw big money towards a free agent runningback when Leon and Cedric worked fine last year. However I do think if in the 1st or 2nd round a runningback is their and he is the BPA we should definetly pick him up.
Free Agents to look at: Michael Turner (San Diego, RFA)
Prosepcts to look at: Marshawn Lynch (Cal) Michael Bush (Louisville) Darius Walker (Notre Dame) Kenny Irons (Auburn) Tony Hunt (Penn State)



Wide Receiver

Wide Receiver Individual Stats:
Laveranues Coles - 1098 Yards ~ 91 Receptions ~ 12.1 Yards per Catch ~ 6 TD
Jerricho Cotchery - 961 Yards ~ 82 Receptions ~ 11.7 Yards per Catch ~ 6 TD
Justin McCareins - 347 Yards ~ 23 Receptions ~ 15.1 Yards per Catch ~ 1 TD
Tim Dwight - 112 Yards ~ 16 Receptions ~ 7 Yards per Catch ~ 0 TD
Brad Smith - 61 Yards ~ 9 Receptions ~ 6.8 Yards per Catch ~ 0 TD

Wide Receivers on Roster:
- Laveranues Coles (300,000)
- Jerricho Cotchery (510,000)
- Tim Dwight (720,000)
- Frisman Jackson (595,000)
- Justin McCareins (2,914,600)
- Brad Smith (360,000)

What to do: Laveranues Coles was reconnected this season with Pennington and both of them developed a special connection, similiar to what they had before Coles left to the Redskins. Coles also had pro bowl calliber numbers this year and turned alot of nothing plays into something using his quickness and agility. He should definetly be kept on the roster next year. Cotchery was a starting this year for the first time in his carrer and he emerged as a great receiver. Cotchery is young and will only get better as he continues to develop as a starting wide receiver. Our slot receiver is Justin McCareins, and he lost the starting job in training camp. McCareins did not play that well this year but starting coming along towards the end of the season. He right is counted as 2,914,600 against the cap and is by far our highest paid receiver. With his salary so high and his level of play so low, we should consider trading him or cutting him, as he is very replacable in either the draft or free agency. Tim Dwight got hurt this year but before that still did not see much action besides on special teams. Dwights is not going to be a top receiver for us but we can use him as a 4th receiver and on special teams so I think he should remain on the roster. Brad Smith is a rookie who is a converted quaterback so he just learning his new position. Smith is a verstilie player and did everything from running, catching and to special teams. Learning a new position takes a couple years to learn and use him alot of trick plays so he should defiently remain on the roster.
Free Agents to look at: D.J. Hackett (Seattle, RFA) Ernest Wilford (Jacksonville, RFA) Drew Bennett (Tennessee, UFA / Depends on price)
Prospects to look at: Jeff Samardzija (Notre Dame) Sidney Rice (South Carolina) Dwayne Bowe (LSU) Anthony Gonzalez (Ohio State) Paul Williams (Fresno State)



Tight End

Tight End Individual Stats:
Chris Baker - 300 Yards ~ 31 Receptions ~ 9.7 Yards per Catch ~ 4 Receving TD
Sean Ryan - 44 Yards ~ 6 Receptions ~ 7.3 Yards per Catch ~ 0 Receving TD

Tight Ends on Roster:
- Chris Baker (850,000)
- James Dearth (545,000)
- Joe Kowalewski (285,000)
- Jason Pociask (285,000)

What to do: Chris Baker is a solid tight end but he isnt an elite tight end something the Jets offense should have as an extra blanket for the quaterback. Baker should be left on the team but I think that we need to find a big athletic tight end, similiar to Antiono Gates. James Dearth has been on the team for a while now but has never seen much action a tight end but should be left on the roster as a 3rd string tight end and for special teams. Joe Kowalewski and Jason Pociask have been on the practice squad and have not seen any action this year. Joe is a rookie that went to Syracus but he is not going to end up being the elite tight end. Jason Pociask is also a rookie tight end we picked with our 5th round pick this year. Some of the tight ends should be cut and if we dont want to take a cap hit it has to be Jason Pociask or Joe Kowalewski as their is no point of having 4 tight ends on a team. I also think we should address a play making tight end through the draft. Their are not many good free agents at the position but in the draft we might be able to find a good receiving tight end to help Chad out in the passing game.
Free Agents to look at: Daniel Graham (New England, UFA)
Prospects to look at: Zach Miller (Arizona State) Greg Olsen (Miami) Joe Newton (Oregon State) Matt Spaeth (Minnesota) Matt Trannon (Michigan State)


Offensive Line

Offensive Linemen on Roster:
- D'Brickashaw Ferguson (360,000)
- Na'Shan Goddard (360,000)
- Adrian Jones (510,000)
- Pete Kendall (1,687,500)
- Nick Mangold (360,000)
- Brandon Moore (800,000)
- Trey Teague (720,000)

What to do: We started rebuilding our O-Line last year by picking D'Brick and Mangold with both of our 1st round picks lasat year. Both of them played very well this year and should both continue to get better. We are set at left tackle and center for a couple of years. At left guard we have Pete Kendall and he should stay on the roster as he is a good veteran good. The right side of the line is where we are weak at and both the guard and tackle position could be improved or competition should be brought in. Brandon Moore played up and down some games good and some not so good. Anthony Clement (who is a Free Agent) played right tackle and played well in pass blocking but did not play well in run blocking. We should consider resigning Clement if we can not find somebody else to play the right tackle via Free Agency. We should add depth though to the left side and bring in veteran players on the right side who could or should compete to start right away. We could also pick a left guard in the later rounds of the draft and to start to groom him. Right guard and right tackle but are needs going into the draft and picking a stud at right tackle would make our line scary for years to come. Depending on how high we should pick a right tackle should depend on who we pick up via free agency.
Free Agents to look at: Max Starks (Pitt, RFA) Leonard Davis (Ariziona, UFA) Eric Steinbach (Cincy, UFA)
Prospects to look at: Aaron Sears (Tennessee) Ryan Harris (Notre Dame) James Marten (Boston College) Justin Blalock (Texas) Ben Grubbs (Auburn) Josh Beekman (Boston College) Mansfield Wrotto (Georgia Tech)


Players to cut or put on trade block:
Kevan Barlow
Derrick Blaylock
Justin McCareins
Any 2 tight ends besides Baker


This is just my opinion on the prospects and free agents to look at. If you have any more you feel would be a good fit for the offense let me know.


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 13, 2007 6:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

thank you for choosing me to be an asistant capologist i will be sure to help you out in any way you need manfro just give me a buzz on aim if you need it. If not ill be checking these posts frequently.
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 13, 2007 6:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nice write up Jetsalltheway39, mine looks pretty short for the defense compared to yours.

What do you guys think should be on our trade block? On defense Dewayne Robertson could be available (even though I really don't see us trading him), and same goes for Kimo. Barret might be a possibility to, if we try to pursue a big name corner like Clements or Samuels via FA.
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 13, 2007 6:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Remember guys this a 3 Round Mock though.

One of the capologist whenever you guys get the time, would be great if you added up the players salary to see where we are as salary cap concerns.

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 13, 2007 6:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

jonyankee1nyj wrote:
Nice write up Jetsalltheway39, mine looks pretty short for the defense compared to yours.

What do you guys think should be on our trade block? On defense Dewayne Robertson could be available (even though I really don't see us trading him), and same goes for Kimo. Barret might be a possibility to, if we try to pursue a big name corner like Clements or Samuels via FA.


kimo would cost 3.2 million if we moved him today and barrett would cost 4 million. figures courtesy www.jetscap.com


If anyone knows a better site for salary caps please send it my way itd be much appreciated.
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 13, 2007 6:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

jonyankee1nyj wrote:
Nice write up Jetsalltheway39, mine looks pretty short for the defense compared to yours.

What do you guys think should be on our trade block? On defense Dewayne Robertson could be available (even though I really don't see us trading him), and same goes for Kimo. Barret might be a possibility to, if we try to pursue a big name corner like Clements or Samuels via FA.


For the offense I posted the guys in my write up. Although Im O coordinator Ill share my thoughts with the Defense. But Robertson we should keep he started to emerge towards the end of last year and hopefully hell add some weight and bulk up. Kimo should be traded or cut he is old and horrible. Barret to should be cut or traded. Also jonyankee1nyj try to pursure a big time corner.
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 13, 2007 6:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I've been asked if we have any interest in Adalius Thomas and Julius Jones. I'm waiting to see what the Ravens and Cowboys are interested in acquiring.
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 13, 2007 7:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

we are at 87,540,022 and the salary cap is 102,617,344 which leaves us at 15,077,322 under the cap (i know this site hasnt been updated)


i am searching all over to find an accurate account of the jets salary cap please any help would be appreciated
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Davey wrote:
I've been asked if we have any interest in Adalius Thomas and Julius Jones. I'm waiting to see what the Ravens and Cowboys are interested in acquiring.



Thomas is a free agent isnt he?
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Jetsalltheway39 wrote:


Players to cut or put on trade block:
Kevan Barlow
Cedric Houston
Justin McCareins
Any 2 tight ends besides Baker


This is just my opinion on the prospects and free agents to look at. If you have any more you feel would be a good fit for the offense let me know.


i loved the entire post but 1 thing...why would u want to cut/trade cedric houston...we wouldnt get anything significant for him and i see him as a nice compliment to leon and our future rb
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davey can you contact the raiders about there 2nd round pick? i propose 2b and our 3rd rounder to make sure we can secure Mike Bush.
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 13, 2007 7:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

We should all vote on, or make a list of what is our biggest needs.

1. DE
2. RT
4. CB
5. True NT(D-Rob is good but if one lands in our laps we should go after him)
6. OLB
7. OG
8. FB
9. RB
10. WR- red zone target

Not a need...

1. QB
2. LT
3. C
4. S

Something like this would be good.
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coryp311 wrote:
Jetsalltheway39 wrote:


Players to cut or put on trade block:
Kevan Barlow
Cedric Houston
Justin McCareins
Any 2 tight ends besides Baker


This is just my opinion on the prospects and free agents to look at. If you have any more you feel would be a good fit for the offense let me know.


i loved the entire post but 1 thing...why would u want to cut/trade cedric houston...we wouldnt get anything significant for him and i see him as a nice compliment to leon and our future rb


WOW TYPO MENT DERRICK BLALOCK ILL CHANGE IT NOW
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Jetsalltheway39 wrote:
coryp311 wrote:
Jetsalltheway39 wrote:


Players to cut or put on trade block:
Kevan Barlow
Cedric Houston
Justin McCareins
Any 2 tight ends besides Baker


This is just my opinion on the prospects and free agents to look at. If you have any more you feel would be a good fit for the offense let me know.


i loved the entire post but 1 thing...why would u want to cut/trade cedric houston...we wouldnt get anything significant for him and i see him as a nice compliment to leon and our future rb


WOW TYPO MENT DERRICK BLALOCK ILL CHANGE IT NOW



working on the salary figures right now please give me about 10 minutes.

laverneus coles' salary isnt 300,000 its 4.75 million


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