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About sirlancemehlot

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    perpetual rookie
  • 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
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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
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  • 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?

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  1. Winters is a good lineman. He's shown improvement and had solid games against elite competition. I have no problem starting the season with him as our right or left guard. If you're getting better than you're an asset. Vlad never got better. He was a detriment. Winters has a future in my opinion.
  2. Heehee. That's the longest call back joke in the history of JN. Fer serious.
  3. Dufaq? Dude. Obrien yeah real solid. But hack is a hack. No genius or swami can turn a mediocre qb with shaky consistancy and accuracy issues into Peyton Manning. And he could flame out without being the next Ryan Leaf. He's the next Kellen Clemmons. Rick Mirer. A kid with talent but poor consistency. He'll be great and awful. He'll spark hope then fury. He's what he is. And I don't believe in mike macagnan so the wait n see thing doesn't fly with me.
  4. The real Lance mehl could afford to. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G870A using Tapatalk
  5. That's why some stats don't represent reality. Our ST ranking was fair. But out ST's sucked eggs. Why? Breakdowns. it only takes one awful shanked punt, missed tackle, or whiffed block to turn the game around. Average starting position is all well and good, but lack of discipline and inconsistency can cost a game, or, in this case, Bobby April's job.
  6. I think Pryor is developing nicely and gaining confidence. He can be a playmaker at the safety spot. Overall, after being mishandled by Rex and Co. he came into his own last season. He was a solid pick with a lot of upside. No picking on Idzik for this one. Taj Boyd on the other hand...
  7. You've got each other to lean on in life's most difficult moments. Think of what a blessing that is. You'll beat cancer and anything else life throws your way. Because you have to. Its your job. Best to you and your family.
  8. Mac stepped into so much untethered cash in his rookie year it's hard to say he deserves executive of the year. He signed a ton of talent with all the cap space he inherited. But he didn't take care of the home grown talent. Lean years ahead If you ask me
  9. Sorry. It was a question for Jets fans on a Jets board regarding the General Manager of the Jets. I thought it was a reasonable topic for discussion that might be revisited after free agency, off-season moves and the draft.
  10. Just curious if mac still has the confidence of the board. Not calling out anyone. This was started pre free agency and now we've had some time and a draft to judge.
  11. Disagree. In some cases its nonsense. Like a college QB who's played four years in a pro-style offense against high caliber competition. In other cases a kid might need to convert from an option system or may have been a shotgun-only QB that now has to learn his steps under center...its never really black and white. Sanchez and Geno could both have used a redshirt year. Luck came out of college ready for the pro game. Depends on the individual.
  12. Not on board with the premise but enjoyed the post. And that's what matters here to me. A well developed and interesting take on the Jets qb situation. Nicely done and written with some flair. Keep it coming.
  13. My favorite pick of this draft. Obviously there are other guys to be excited about, but Peake offers the absolute best bang for the buck considering where he was taken. In two or three years he could be our WR 2 and a pretty good one in my opinion.
  14. That's a nice blitz by Lee, no doubt. But I have to correct the assumption that the Guard was responsible. There are 3 clips that show blitz pressure and the inside blitz in two of those cases is not the responsibility of the Guard. They keep a back home for blitz pickup and the back completely whiffs and even purposely falls down to avoid contact. It's tough to see because the back is way out of position and flops to avoid the rush. The last clip is on the Guard though, as he has to choose between two rushers and takes the outside rusher instead of the inside rusher. That's a fatal error. Base protection is always inside-out, blocking the nearest threat. Inside man is always the choice here. He blows it.