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  1. The refs got it right. The Pats fans in NY screwed it up.
  2. They really don’t need any help.
  3. Eli Manning's Dumb Face

    Would I take the two SBs? Hell yes. But that does not detract from his dumb face
  4. Belichick praises Jets

    I live in NE and Belicheat's midweek press conferences are hilarious. He will praise even the sh*ttiest team to the high heavens.
  5. Even at this best, he cannot close the deal. Never thrown for more than 14 TDs. That is not exciting to me.
  6. Get ready to wake up against the pats....

    Dude, enough with the name-calling.
  7. Only way McCown will start again next year is if we make the playoffs (in other words, not very likely).
  8. Time to put your money where your mouths are

    I am an optimistic Jets fan but those are really sh*tty odds.
  9. Get ready to wake up against the pats....

    We can certainly beat the Fins and the Bills (we also could lose to them, I know). We would probably have to split with the Pats (not impossible with their crappy defense). And the Bucs and the Saints aren't exactly world-beaters. If I was as sure of myself as you are I wouldn't be watching the games. It's supposed to be fun, remember? And part of fun is hoping that your team will do better than expected.
  10. Get ready to wake up against the pats....

    No way we can achieve the impossible 4-5 in our last nine games? I guess you're right. Let's cancel the rest of the season.
  11. Get ready to wake up against the pats....

    This is a really good point that I hadn't given much thought. Why would a decent free agent want to come to a really crappy team? ON the other hand, coming to a team that won 7 to 9 games with a journeyman QB might be much more attractive.
  12. Get ready to wake up against the pats....

    My life already has enough toxicity in it. I simply can't bring myself to root against a team that I have grown up rooting for. If they end up being crappy enough to get a high draft pick, fine. But it's more fun to root for these young players, who are trying to beat expectations. Also, a lot of folks around here seem to think that picking at 1 or 2 is a slam-dunk. We don't know who is coming out next year and not all of these guys end up being franchise guys. And you end up investing a large proportion of your salary cap and 3 to five years in them, because cutting your losses means admitting you were wrong on a huge decision. Let's play to win and have a little fun.