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The Best and Worst NFL Decisions Made Since the 2019 NFL Draft Ended

Bay Buccaneers
Jahleel Addae
Anthony R Wood
The Oakland Raiders
USA Today
the New England Patriots
the New York Daily News
The New England Patriots
Hall of Fame

Mike Maccagnan
Gerald McCoy
Ndamukong Suh
Jason Licht
Jeremy Bergman
Todd Bowles
Justin Reid
Tashaun Gipson
Johnathan Joseph
Richie Incognito
Vontaze Burfict
Antonio Brown
Colin Cowherd
Gary Busey
Jon Gruden's
Sam Darnold
Christian Hackenberg
Devin Smith
Bryce Petty
Darron Lee—
Nate Davis
Ryan Fitzpatrick
Brandon Marshall
Darrelle Revis
Bill Belichick
Adam Gase's
Manish Mehta
Mike Maccagnan's
Chris Harris
Jeff Legwold
Julian Edelman
Tom Brady's

New England

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New York
Los Angeles
New York's

Pro Bowl
the Pro Bowl

Positivity     39.00%   
   Negativity   61.00%
The New York Times
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Teams have made some big decisions that will affect the upcoming season and potentially beyond—the New York Jets' firing of general manager Mike Maccagnan is a prime example.If you've been focused on the NBA and NHL playoffs or just haven't been paying attention to some of the recent NFL offseason moves, you're in luck. After roughly five years with him at the position, New York's position hadn't improved.Yes, Maccagnan lucked into landing Sam Darnold last offseason, but he was also responsible for drafting players like Christian Hackenberg, Devin Smith, Bryce Petty and Darron Lee—who was recently shipped off for a sixth-round draft pick.Even Maccagnan's successes were short-lived, as Nate Davis of USA Today pointed out:"He immediately made the Jets competitive in 2015—their 10-6 record remains their best since 2011, though a loss to the Bills in the regular-season finale knocked them from the playoff picture. While this doesn't necessarily ensure that Edelman will finish his career with the Patriots, it does mean that one of Tom Brady's favorite targets will be around for likely the remainder of his career.This is important because it could help convince Brady to sign his own extension.While Brady probably only has a couple of years remaining in the NFL, New England should want to get him under contract beyond the 2019 season.

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