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About Jetlife33

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  • Where you alive for Super Bowl III?
    Not even close.

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  1. Well I'm sure they weren't ranked anywhere impressive within their first 6 games. Unless they played amazingly well to the tune of 1-5. But point taken. I don't expect anything out of them the rest of the way. Just hopefully some pieces emerge that can help us in 2017. Interested to see how Geno looks out there, and how Robbie Anderson can play with a strong armed QB
  2. Didn't the Chiefs set the precedent last year that a 1-5 team can make the playoffs ? You never know
  3. Quigley owning us lol fair catch Kerley back there ?
  4. Seems like all year, whether it's via flags or ineffectiveness running the ball.... Jets are constantly in 2nd and 3rd and longs. With our QB we just can't live like that. 2nd and short, 3rd and short and the offense moves... holding penalty and it's 2nd and 14... right there it's obvious drive was going to stall.
  5. I know it didn't result in a first down, but nice to see Powell and Forte out there at the same time. Get as many short pass options out there as you can
  6. Ben Roethlisberger suffered a torn left meniscus in the Steelers’ Week 6 loss to the Dolphins and will undergo surgery Monday, Ron Cook of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports (on Twitter). Cook reports (Twitter link) Landry Jones will start next week, as Roethlisberger now must deal with a significant knee injury for the second straight season. He returned to action in Miami after missing most of the second quarter. Adam Schefter of confirmed Cook’s report and tweets the veteran quarterback will miss the Steelers’ Week 7 tilt against the Patriots, but the passer’s timetable is uncertain beyond that. Roethlisberger missed four games last season due to an MCL sprain. The 34-year-old future Hall of Famer played two straight 16-game seasons in 2013-14 but missed at least one in each of Pittsburgh’s previous four campaigns. He battled knee and shoulder injuries last season, limiting the Steelers. Pittsburgh finished 1-1 in Jones’ two starts last season. The former Oklahoma signal-caller completed 58 percent of his passes, threw for 513 yards, three touchdowns and four interceptions. He’s the next in line now after the Steelers opted not to bring back Michael Vick. They also released Bruce Gradkowski, who suffered a torn hamstring during preseason play, earlier this month. Now in his 13th season, Roethlisberger had guided the Steelers to four wins and thrown for 1,685 yards this season. His 16 touchdown passes lead the league.
  7. Just a reminder that it's a long season... bills were 0-2 and the laughing stock of the everyone's impressed. Jets will win tomorrow and a get a mini streak of their own going. I still believe in bowles.
  8. I had the Jets starting 2-4, starting the season 2-0 and losing 4 straight. I then had them being 9-6 heading into the last game of the year with the playoffs on the line again vs Buffalo and I left that game unpredicted. They win Monday night and they are 2-4. They do that, and they'll be 9-6 heading into the last game of the year. Book it.
  9. There's 2 things that I can't stand watching football, missed tackles and more than that: no sense of urgency. This team never shows a sense of urgency until it's way too late.
  10. Folk redeems himself for Week 1 and hits a GW FG as time expires, J e t s : 23 Seattle : 22