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About Jetfan13

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    older but better
  • Birthday 06/23/1956

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  • Tell us a little bit about yourself...
    I'd have to kill you
  • Where do you live?
    Boca Raton, Fla
  • What are your interests? Hobbies?
    golf, Jets & Jets road trips
  • What do you do for a living?
    Utilities Superintendent

Jets Info

  • What is your favorite Jets related memory?
    being at Super Bowl 3
  • Do you have season tickets?
    no, long trip every week from Fla
  • What Jets memory broke your heart?
    most recently the 1998 Championship game, but there are many others
  • Who is your favorite member of the NY Jets flight crew?
    The blond
  • Where you alive for Super Bowl III?
    see favorite memory

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  1. Wondering what kind of welcome we might get.
  2. I didn't excuse him, it sucked and he sucked, just tired of hearing about the schedule, play whats in front of you and stop crying about it.
  3. Just quit, you play the schedule you r given, stop already.
  4. I disagree, in fact near the goal line he was throwing to hard trying to thread the needle.
  5. C-Ya for the Rams game Joe
  6. Definitely go
  7. Pretty soon you won't be able to read the name on the SB trophy without wiping off the tarnish.
  8. Belicheat at his best.
  9. 09 Dec Tom Brady Was Ranked The Biggest Cry Baby Quarterback In NFL History 478 comments - Leave comment Posted in:Sports NFL 24/7 recently released a list of the biggest cry baby quarterbacks in the history of the NFL. It’s no surprise at all that Tom Brady ranked #1 on this list. Philip Rivers came in at #2 on the list while Peyton Manning came in at #10 because they said almost no one gets the benefit of calls the way Peyton does
  10. unfortunately it happens too often.
  11. The Cincinnati Bengals appear to have sustained their first major injury of the preseason as cornerback and first-round draft pick William Jackson has suffered a torn pectoral muscle, per reports from and Mike Garafolo of NFL Media. Jackson was selected by the Bengals with the 24th overall pick in the 2015 draft out of the University of Houston. He entered into training camp behind Adam Jones, Dre Kirkpatrick, and Darqueze Dennard at cornerback and was expected to at least be a contributor on special teams. A torn pec can have a healing timetable of 5-6 months if surgery is required. Click here for more info on the injury. The injury could accelerate pursuit of Leon Hall, the long-time Bengals cornerback who remains an unsigned free agent. The Bengals have shown interest in bringing Hall back this season.
  12. Now now Mike, turnaround is, well, u know
  13. Johnny Manziel was involved in a fistfight at a fancy Hawaiian resort the night before his friend's wedding, TMZ Sports reports but the QB insists he wasn't the aggressor. Manziel was at the Four Seasons Resort on the Big Island on Friday night when he got into it with another wedding guest. Things had been heated between the guys for a while -- but it all came to a head at the rehearsal dinner. Sources connected to Manziel say the QB felt like he was being hounded by the other man. We're told Johnny was adamant he was not the instigator. But things escalated and at one point during the altercation Manziel struck the other guy in the face. The next day, the other guy in the fight got a surprise from room service -- a bottle of champagne and a note that read, "Truly apologize. Should have never done that. Know this won't make it better, but hope it starts the day off alright." It was signed by Johnny Manziel.
  14. 2 words: BROKEN LEG. Play for a measly 15 million and prove your health.
  15. Curley Johnson punted for the Jets in their lone Super Bowl. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Monday, June 13, 2016, 12:49 AM (AP) — Curley Johnson, who punted for the New York Jets in their Super Bowl victory in 1969, has died. He was 80. The team announced that Johnson passed away Sunday at his home in Granbury, Texas, a day after celebrating his 61st wedding anniversary with his wife Janet. Johnson, who also played running back, tight end and returned kickoffs during his career, signed with the then-Titans as a free agent in 1961 and played for the Jets franchise through the 1968 season. He set the franchise mark with a gross punting average of 45.3 yards, which lasted until Robert Malone broke it in 2012 at 45.8. Ryan Quigley topped Malone’s record two years later with a 45.9 average. Johnson was selected by Pittsburgh out of the University of Houston in the seventh round of the 1957 NFL draft, and made his playing debut in 1960 with the Dallas Texans. His first pro points came on a 2-point conversion pass against the Titans in 1960. An AFL All-Star in 1965 with the Jets, Johnson ended his career after playing in five games with the Giants during the 1969 season. Johnson averaged 42.3 yards on punts in his career. He also rushed 64 times for 209 yards and a touchdown, and caught 32 passes for 370 yards and three TDs