What If Nnamdi Asomugha Had Signed with the Jets Instead of the Eagles?

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What If Nnamdi Asomugha Had Signed with the Jets Instead of the Eagles?
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The Jets spent the beginning of last summer's brief free-agency period chasing star cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha, and for at least a few days, it seemed like he was coming to New York.

There was the SportsCenter report by Adam Schefter that there was an "80 percent chance (h/t theJetsBlog)" he was coming to the Jets, the boatload of money they were offering and the chance to team up with Darrelle Revis. On paper, it seemed like a match made in heaven.

Well, you all know how it happened. Nnamdi chose the Eagles on a five-year, $60 million contract. The Jets re-signed Antonio Cromartie in what now looks like a panic move, and the biggest domino in NFL free agency had fallen leading to dozens of other big moves. 

But, what if Nnamdi had chosen the Jets?

What kind of 2011 would we be looking at? How would it have effected the rest of the league? 

Well, we're going to find out. Here's what I think would have happened had the NFL's second-best cornerback chosen the Jets over the Eagles last summer.



*Note: This is all my interpretation of what would have happened. You might agree, you might think I'm crazy. Just remember that this all comes from my mind, I don't have a crystal ball (not one that works anyway). 

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