sirlancemehlot

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About sirlancemehlot

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  • Birthday 04/05/1972

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    born the son of a sharecrooper
  • Where do you live?
    in the back by that thing on the left
  • What are your interests? Hobbies?
    animals with exoskeletons/ribbon dancing in basketball shorts
  • What do you do for a living?
    5-0

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  • What is your favorite Jets related memory?
    That one season the team didn't collapse and completely dissapoint me. wait....uh, okay, the pretzels in Shea
  • Do you have season tickets?
    yep.
  • What Jets memory broke your heart?
    the Jets killed my dog once. And one of my sisters.
  • Who is your favorite member of the NY Jets flight crew?
    they have names?
  • Where you alive for Super Bowl III?
    no

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  1. Free aaron Hernandez!
  2. Half his throws com from the ear or lower...like a shot-put. Makes for a quick release but an awful underthrow from time to time. I prefer the over the top passers for consistency. I do like his pocket presence though.
  3. Harrison eats up OL and still pushes the pocket. He causes sacks. Theres a reason mo's numbers dropped and jpp's went up. Williams cam play DE. Snacks should have stayed and Richardson and Wiiliams would play the edges. That made the most sense to me
  4. Yikes. Deep breath pal. I don't dislike you and I'm not out to get you. It's all opinion. The fact that all the bloated contract can be scrapped, as you say, is an indictment of his contractual and personnel decisions. It means we are overpaying and will need to lose the players we overpaid for. That leaves at a negative balance talent wise. Players only opt for short term contracts if the price is right. Read: too good to pass up. This isn't good financial practice. It's an expensive escape clause.
  5. Does anyone follow? Does this mean that because Hack was a five star recruit he has more talent than Revis or Harris who had three stars or, Decker, Forte and B. Marshall who had two? If so, does that mean Jalin Marshall is better than Robby Anderson, Ryan Clady, Q., Harris, Darren Lee, Pryor, Revis, Folk, Forte, Skrine, Decker, Miles, Wilkerson, Powell and Winters? Holy crap. I've been evaluating players all wrong. Either that or...now follow me here...The above is a an attempt to spin the poor job Mack's done, simply by throwing sh*t against the wall and seeing if it will stick. This team is in as bad shape as it was with Idzick. The only difference? Idzick left the team with a boatload of cap space. So he actually did a better job of management if not talent evaluation.
  6. Was it signed by Brandon Marshall? Because the jersey I got was. It was signed by Brandon Marshall.
  7. Because I got a signed Brandon Marshall jersey with a certificate of authenticity in the mail yesterday as a thanks for being a season ticket holder. And I haven't figured out why. All I can come up with is that I sold my 2016 season and so haven't swiped in my card all year. Perhaps it's a customer retention thing? Either way it's a great perk and my son is stoked.
  8. So you're saying that we have no left tackle, a question mark at center, and a guy who played like two NFL games in his entire career at RT and that's proof we're A-OK on the offensive line.
  9. I think we're in prime position to grab one of the top guards myself. Fatter the better.
  10. The "let Winters walk" crowd...LOL. Are you suggesting we dump a player that we actually drafted and developed at a position of need when we literally are rebuilding the entire line from scratch? It never ceases to amaze me how many fans devalue offensive lineman, probably because they don't catch passes or get sneaker commercials, yet rave about teams with great OL's. remember when we had a really good Oline guys? Those two AFCCG seasons with Mark Sanchez at the helm? Pepperidge Farm remembers.
  11. I actually have supported Winters from the beginning. People were quick to label him a bust but that's just ridiculous. It takes a few years to develop a decent lineman and Winters had all the tools, and was solid in run blocking from very beginning. He has a wrestling background which speaks to his strength and agility and he's the fiestiest Olineman we have now that Colon is gone. Not everyone thought he was garbage (past posts will back me up), but Mac obviously wasn't concerned enough to make him an offer even knowing that the Line has no depth, lost D'brick, Mangold is long in the tooth, Breno has chronic back issues and the rest of the guys are patchwork JAGS. Maybe using a little foresight could have helped matters.
  12. can we bring back Pete Carroll too? Always liked that guy.
  13. This is the issue. Whofans makes an excellent point. Idzick was judged by one draft--not the fact that he cleaned house, cured the cap dilemma, and stockpiled picks by a savvy method of converting lost free agents to comp picks, all while dealing with Rex and his over-the-top personality. He also wouldn't re-up Revis which pissed off Rex and Woody (and was probably the right move). Fans wrote the billboards and paid for the fly-bys, then Woody cut the guys throat without ever letting him pick his own coach. He may have been awful in the long run...but who knows? he never had a long run. Mangini -era drafting was the best this team's seen in decades. But he missed the playoffs after an injured Favre, blew the second half of the season. Would Mangini have been terrible long term? Don't know. There wasn't one. Woody has lived and died by the back pages of the Daily News and Post...because he's interested in selling tix and PSL's. If the Jets get criticized it hurts his bottom line and he pulls the trigger ensuring more flux, more turmoil and a lack of success. Let's face it, any Jets fan that has a negative opinion has earned the right to have that opinion. The Giants are in the same media market, have similar fan demographics and play in the same stadium--but they've had stability and championships. So blaming the fans for an owner who lacks backbone is nonsensical.
  14. Your score is: 10413 (GRADE: A-) Your score is: 10413 (GRADE: A-) Round 1 Pick 11 (N.O.): Cam Robinson, OT, Alabama (A)Your score is: 10413 (GRADE: A-) Round 2 Pick 10 (N.O.): Gareon Conley, CB, Ohio State (A-)Round 2 Pick 15 (BALT): O.J. Howard, TE, Alabama (A)Round 3 Pick 6: Haason Reddick, OLB, Temple (A+)Round 3 Pick 12 (N.O.): Dorian Johnson, OG, Pittsburgh (A)Round 4 Pick 9 (CINN): Alex Anzalone, OLB, Florida (A+)Round 4 Pick 16 (BALT): Avery Gennesy, OT, Texas A&M (B+)Round 4 Pick 22 (MINN): Alvin Kamara, RB, Tennessee (A+)Round 5 Pick 6: Chris Godwin, WR, Penn State (A+)Round 5 Pick 15 (BALT): Rayshawn Jenkins, FS, Miami (Fla.) (B)Round 6 Pick 7: Danny Isidora, OG, Miami (Fla.) (B)Round 7 Pick 6: Jalen Myrick, CB, Minnesota (A)
  15. You have to account for the TE defensively. This is what Gailey didn't consider. If you have a TE on the field, he's either a blocker or receiver. The DC has to account for him as a receiver every play. If you have one that can block and catch, you create matchup problems. TE's have historically killed the Jets, you'd think we'd take a cue from that. Quincy and Decker aren't sound replacements for that position, as neither is a help in the run game--and each is going to be split out or in the slot--meaning they're not the LB's responsibility but the DB's. So Gailey basically has been simplifying opponents' coverage schemes for them the last two years.