shhwagah

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About shhwagah

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  • Location Jacksonville, FL via Jersey
  • Interests Jets, Nets, & Noles. Business student at UNF

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  1. shhwagah added a post in a topic The official "i wont root for the jets as long as vick is on the team" thread (merged)   

     
    Thats actually a great idea....a defector thread...all previous Jet fans that found a new team for one reason or another...just keep a list of them around.
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  2. shhwagah added a post in a topic The official "i wont root for the jets as long as vick is on the team" thread (merged)   

    Lock this stupid thread, and any other thread that should pop up about Jets fans becoming non-Jets fans...
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  3. shhwagah added a post in a topic The official "i wont root for the jets as long as vick is on the team" thread (merged)   

     
    Woody Johnson is a known idiot, and its debatable among Jets fans if he should even own a football team.
     
    Have fun cheering for Manning in CO, we'll see you on the field this year. It'll be fun.
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  4. shhwagah added a post in a topic The official "i wont root for the jets as long as vick is on the team" thread (merged)   

     
    So lemme get this straight....In your Book of Judging Public Figures, someone who does wrong then pays his dues should still be punished until he/she dies, and that's how we should teach our children to treat people who aren't as perfect as you?
     
    Oh...got it.
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  5. shhwagah added a post in a topic The official "i wont root for the jets as long as vick is on the team" thread (merged)   

     
    Congratulations. You are better at holding a grudge than being a Jet fan. In your own realm of ethical standards you are a rockstar. Your forgiveness needs work though.
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  6. shhwagah added a post in a topic The official "i wont root for the jets as long as vick is on the team" thread (merged)   

    To all the Jet fans that won't watch Jets games or root for us because a dude who did bad things to dogs over 7 years ago, did his time in prison, and has been a model citizen since:
     
    I think the Dolphins can use you right now, their fan base has been dwindling over the past few years. Buffalo can definitely use you, though.
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  7. shhwagah added a post in a topic Matt Simms is still the best QB on the roster IMO   

    How can Simms not be the best QB on the roster? You all witnessed the unfathomable talent he unleashed during preseason against Philly's 3rd stringers. That type of greatness comes along once in a life time. The stupid refs wouldn't put more time on the clock against the Dolphins after Geno was benched, otherwise it would have been the greatest come back since the Monday Night Miracle!
     
    If Simms had played marginally better, he would be able to claim he is the best option. The Jets set a new season low in the passing game with 79 yards divided between Smith (29) and Simms (50).
    Simms also threw an interception and was credited with a fumble after a miscue between him and Bilal Powell
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  8. shhwagah added a post in a topic Rex anger is directed at the players who don’t sign, not Idzik LOLLERCOPTER CIRCUS NUTS!!!   

    If we actually get DJax, Rex will have to keep a close eye on that locker room. I seem to recall another diva WR, frustrated with his lack of targets/catches, causing problems for a young QB. 
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  9. shhwagah added a post in a topic DeSean Jackson (MERGED)   

    I originally thought when the Eagles traded a 5th for Sproles, the writing was on the wall for McCoy. I also thought, "even if they want to make the running game a 2 headed monster, how friggin stupid to take snaps away from the beast McCoy," because he can actually carry the ball out of the backfield. Then I realized Sproles is pretty much a WR that lines up out of the backfield and makes his money on YAC screen plays. The Eagles could afford to give up DJax now.
     
    I think they can get a 4th, but may wind up getting a 5th because of DJax's contract and "strained relationship" with one of the coaches. If we give up a 5th for him:
     
    1. Good job Idzik
    2. Uh, didn't we trade a 5th for another #10 WR diva with an attitude problem
    3. We become more dangerous (how can we be less dangerous than last season?)
    4. ...got nothin for here...
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  10. shhwagah added a post in a topic Will Reed come out of the tunnel wearing #20?   

     
    Ed Reed can pay him in knowledge.
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  11. shhwagah added a post in a topic Will Reed come out of the tunnel wearing #20?   

    Why would Kyle Wilson hold on to #20? its not like its been good luck for him. 
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  12. shhwagah added a post in a topic Although on a reduced role, Geno is still growing   

     
    We all WANT him to be great. I'm just saying some people see his potential even when his mistakes are way more obvious.
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  13. shhwagah added a post in a topic Although on a reduced role, Geno is still growing   

     
    Yeah I agree. Not only that, but his WR "help" is constantly being switched in and out through injury/suspension. I'm holding judgement. I think his arrow will point up at the end of this season and after next years training camp we will see a big leap.
     
    Reading this article reminded me of the rookie camp story where Geno took advantage of an out of position linebacker and made an audible before they taught him the audible calls. I thought that was smart and ballsy. 
     
    Those are some good things I've seen, but I've also seen some bad things. I'm going to hold off judging the kid.
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  14. shhwagah added a post in a topic Although on a reduced role, Geno is still growing   

     
    Did you read about Geno making important checks in running plays? Even though he's not throwing the ball as much (injuries have something to do with it) he's still making good presnap reads. He's not slouching in the classroom. I think it will come together for him. 
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  15. shhwagah added a topic in New York Jets Message Board   

    Although on a reduced role, Geno is still growing
    As NY Jets start to run, rookie QB Geno Smith grows The Jets beat the Patriots and Saints with the ground game, rushing for 177 and 198 yards in those wins respectively. BY SETH WALDER / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2013, 6:07 PM Print SHARE THIS URL:   COREY SIPKIN/NEW YORK DAILY NEWS   Rookie QB Geno Smith is taking advantage of an improved running game for surging Jets.
    RELATED STORIES NY Jets expect Buccaneers to blitz Geno Smith 2013 Scouting the NY Jets: Playoffs a pipe dream for Rex Ryan and Gang Green Drew Brees throws four touchdown passes as Saints destroy Cowboys, 49-17, at Superdome   Daily News' five keys to the NY Jets making a run for the NFL postseason A mere two months ago, the story of the Bills-Jets showdown at MetLife Stadium centered on two rookie quarterbacks on struggling teams that hoped each would become the new face of the franchise. It was about EJ Manuel, who surprisingly had been drafted before Geno Smith, and which quarterback would win the first of what most assumed would be many battles.
    Fast forward from that 27-20 Jets victory, after which each squad has taken quite divergent paths. The Bills (3-7) lost Manuel for four games, three of which they lost, on the way to what appears to be another lost season in Buffalo. The Jets have taken the more preferable road, to 5-4, on the back of their defense and with the up-and-down Smith, who has both won and lost games for the Jets.
    Gang Green’s big wins of late have come mostly as a result of what they’ve done on the ground. Interestingly, Bilal Powell feels that Smith has had a direct hand in that.
    “Geno, of course, making great checks,” says Powell of what has helped the run game. “He does a great job with (them) him and of course Nick Mangold making great calls out there. He puts us in the best position. Geno, man, it’s crazy how much he’s grown from day one to now.”
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    Running backs coach Anthony Lynn concurred with Powell.
      “Geno’s done an outstanding job with that for a young quarterback. We don’t ask him to do a whole lot, but what we do ask him to do he’s handled well,” says Lynn. “There have been times when defenses have had us dead to rights. He gets us into a better situation. That’s what good quarterbacks do.”
    The Jets beat the Patriots and Saints with the ground game, rushing for 177 and 198 yards in those wins respectively. Sunday’s contest against the Bills, on paper, looks set up for another big day running the football.
    ROBERT SABO/NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Chris Ivory is a big reason the Jets will able to beat the Saints and move into the playoff picture. Though the last time these two teams played, Smith delivered 331 passing yards, the Bills were missing cornerback Stephon Gilmore and safety Jairus Byrd with injuries and lost cornerback Leodis McKelvin during the game. Because of that, the Jets may be more inclined to stick to limiting Smith’s throwing chances in an attempt to keep turnovers in check.
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    The Jets ran the ball 61% of the time against the Patriots and 64% against the Saints.
    “We lost some skill guys. It was forced, almost, to do a little bit more (running) at least,” says Marty Mornhinweg of the team’s tendencies of late. “We’ll continue to try to keep people off balance.”
    The Bills are ranked 22nd in the league in run defense, though Powell said he thinks they’ve been improving lately. Lynn, too, wasn’t buying that run defense is a weakness for Buffalo.
    “That defense has been on the field a lot,” he says. “Personnel-wise they have some of the best talent we’ve seen all year.”
    The running back that’s shouldered most of the load in recent weeks has been Chris Ivory. Against New England and New Orleans, the running back was what the Jets hoped for when they dealt a fourth-round pick for him in the offseason. The key for Ivory, who was banged up earlier in the year, is quite simple, Lynn says.
    “Chris has been healthy,” says Lynn. “When he’s healthy, he’s going to play. Him and Bilal, I’m going to use them (as) a 1-2 punch.
    Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/jets/jets-start-run-rookie-qb-smith-grows-article-1.1519354#ixzz2krrBJp1g
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