Bergen Jet

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About Bergen Jet

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  • Birthday 04/24/1972

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    Male

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  • Where do you live?
    NC via NY
  • What are your interests? Hobbies?
    Jets, Yankees, Knicks, Rangers, Porsche

Jets Info

  • Do you have season tickets?
    Did years ago... the commute would be a little too far from NC.
  • What Jets memory broke your heart?
    Where do I begin? Mud Bowl, 99 against the Browns, Fake Spike, FGs in Pitt, blowing the lead in Denver, etc, etc, etc.
  • Where you alive for Super Bowl III?
    I am a dreaded tweener. I was born late for the SB win but am old enough for all the heartbreaks.

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  1. My 7 year old doesn't want to see it. I actually kind of want to... I might drag him this weekend.
  2. 8...
  3. Isn't it 4th year guarantees?
  4. The very rare horrible thread by EY? The whole angle about "could the jets beat" is pretty idiotic. We still love you EY... Impressive list of retirees though!
  5. His overall contract numbers will not change. They are slotted in and he cannot negotiate out of it. The issue is over guaranteeing 600k in year 4....
  6. I was mildly concerned until I remembered what our secondary looked like two seasons ago. We should be fricken giddy with what we are putting out there in comparison.
  7. All things being equal with the players in question... wouldn't you expect somebody who played a majority of his snaps in the secondary to have better developed coverage skills than somebody who played a majority of their snaps at LB?
  8. In two or three years Castro, Didi and Torres could be 3/4ths of a real nice and still young infield. Assuming Didi is for real, and there is little reason to believe he isn't, you move Torres to 3rd.
  9. I go to the movies at least once a week with my oldest. Perfect for when it is too fricken hot in the mid afternoon. These are the last few movies we went to. Tarzan - typical mediocre adventure flick. The 7 year old liked it. Finding Dory - poor version of Finding Nemo. The 7 year old thought it was OK. Star Trek - Very good entry. Loved the nods to the original. The 7 year old LOVED it (especially the Beastie Boys Sabotage blasting). Secret Life of Pets - typical kid movie, enjoyable for adults. The 7 year old LOVED it. Ghostbusters - Meh. Not terrible, but so much untapped potential. The 7 year old thought it was OK. He is a fan of the original. World of Warcraft - Mediocre adventure flick, better than the reviews though. The 7 year old liked it. Jason Bourne this week, Suicide Squad next week. High hopes for both.
  10. Why do you (or anybody) care about rep?
  11. I wanted Fitz, but at this point he can go forth and multiply. Give Geno one year with this coaching staff and offense and see what happens. Let Hack sink or swim in 2017 if Geno fails miserably. If Geno is adequate in 2016 you start Geno then and give Hack another year to develop if needed. Eventually something will stick for us. At this point I would rather take my chances with young physical talents who may or may not eventually get it than take my chances with somebody whose ceiling is well established.
  12. This has me concerned. Why would he suddenly act like that to Brandon Marshall who has been a great supporter of Fitz AND made Fitz's job that much easier. What does he gain in terms of leverage by cutting ties with the number 1 receiver?
  13. So. My 7 year old son and I go out all the time. We hit golf balls together, I take him to skating practice (he wants to play for the NY Rangers one day), take him to Tae Kwon Do (He should be testing for his next belt soon), take him to the Science Center, the Zoo, various parks, bike riding, soccer, swimming, play catch with him, go to baseball games, etc. He wanted to play Pokémon. I have taken him to different parks several times and incredible things have happened. Among the things that have happened in a short period of time are: We stumbled upon a doe and her fawn at one park. My wife and I would have never been in a park with him at that time in the evening, but we took him because he wanted to play. We have met HUNDREDS of adults and teenagers who are stopping to have awesome discussions with my little guy. Not a single negative interaction. We discovered cool features and monuments in different parks that we already frequent since we are exploring more and not just going there for a single purpose. He never wanted to go fishing with me for some reason, we stumbled across a few people off a pier in a nearby park and after talking with them he wants to go fishing with me now. We have walked for hours discussing all sorts of things. This is a child I spend a ridiculous amount of time with, but normally when we are doing things the conversation focuses on whatever we are doing, sports or superheroes. Now the conversation goes well beyond the norm. We found a Psyduck in a pond next to an actual duck. To a 7 year old boy that is hysterical. He is learning about the city we live in at a young age. Learning things about it that a majority of adults who live here have no clue about. So basically what I am saying is that if this is a societal low than we live in an amazing world. People are outside and being social. As long as they pay attention to their surroundings (which the game says on its splash screen), then I see absolutely nothing wrong with this game.
  14. I'd bring him back for CB depth, S depth and an occasional return man... Good dude to have around the team IMO.