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About sirlancemehlot

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    perpetual rookie
  • Birthday 04/05/1972

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  • Tell us a little bit about yourself...
    born the son of a sharecrooper
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    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. Basically the same personnel on the field as last year with some notable exceptions. No ivory. No Dbrick. No Breno. We simply can't run the ball. There's a reason Dak Prescott is successful in his rookie year. A reason Sanchez was successfulin his first two years. If you don't have an elite QB, you need to be balanced on O. Forte was a force versus Buffalo and we won. We haven't run consistently since. And our QB can run an offense, but no way e can carry a team.
  2. Fitz sucks so no excuses there. But no matter who gets behind center...the Oline is atrocious. Can't run because the line is overpowered. Forced throws because the QB is on the run. No push, no protection no depth. And no answers. Thats on Mac. A ton of cash two years ago and he spent it on Skrine and Revis and Marshall and Forte and Fitzpatrick and guess what? The line is bad and the offense sucks.
  3. I think we define political a bit differently. The protest is meant to bring about social change. That's done through legislation and through grass roots movements. Both are political. Threads get closed based on a very different type of political argument. Which I won't bring up for fear this turns into a Trump/Hillary debacle. I want no part of that. It's a discussion on protest and what it means to different people. I think we can do that without mudslinging. We've butted heads before without getting personal or insulting. Hopefully others can do the same. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G870A using Tapatalk
  4. Fair enough means I understand why you want to stop the conversation. You're not conceding defeat, just choosing to disengage. That's fair. I'll do the same. I asked for reason and that seems reasonable. Nothing more. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G870A using Tapatalk
  5. Ok fair enough. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G870A using Tapatalk
  6. Politics is more than simply democrats versus republicans. It's public opinion. It's challenging belief systems. When you sit or kneel during the country's national anthem it's a political statement. Otherwise why choose the anthem as your vehicle to make a point? People are turning off the NFL because of those protests. That was the point made earlier in the thread. Those who disagree find themselves becoming disillusioned with the brand for this and many other reasons. The point was a valid one. Passion can come at the cost of reason. Best to remain reasonable I think. I have no hard feelings. Just a different opinion Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G870A using Tapatalk
  7. It means something different to different people Villain. By ignoring those who are insulted you basically state that their opinions are invalid. We all have the right to our opinions. We all have different perspectives. I try to understand the views of others even if I disagree. And I prefer to avoid activities that could be construed as disrespectful by those that carry an opposing point of view. Because I'm fairly familiar with your views on certain subjects, I can appreciate that they're genuine and respect you for your defending them. If people find Kap distasteful or disrespectful, it's because their views are different than yours based on their history experience and pints of view. To disregard their opinions wholesale is to marginalize an entire group of people because you don't value their opinions. There are many players who are disgusted by Kap's actions. Former military, those with police officers in their families...and they are from varied races religions and backgrounds. Their opinions matter too. And so do the opinions of millions of fans who tune in to watch a sporting event without being subject to protests. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G870A using Tapatalk
  8. Supporting cancer awareness is not a political stance. Many people support the police and even among those who don't, they support showing respect for the anthem. There is nothing divisive about wearing pink gloves. Sitting for the anthem is a purposeful political statement. No different from burning a flag or chanting Eff the police. I'm not interested in Kap's opinion in this matter. Religion and politics are banned from this site for a reason. They bring out the worst in people. Cancer awareness is purely positive. Many a fine party has been ruined by the opinionated bible thumper/vocal athiest or far left/right political arguments. This nonsense falls right in line with that. You and I will simply have to civilly disagree because our perspectives are simply too far apart on the matter. It's nothing personal I assure you. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G870A using Tapatalk
  9. People turn to sports for diversion. For entertainment. If I had to swallow someone's political agenda every time I went to the movies...I'd stop going to the movies. There's enough preaching and pandering posturing in the 24 hour news cycle. It has nothing to do with the message or whether or not a person agrees with it. It's about being forced to listen to unsolicited advice. And its distracting at best, insulting at worst. As for changing the topic, I thought the topic was football. I'm not interested in anything but watching football when I'm watching football. The other issues have their time and place.
  10. Folks don't seem to see what's right in front of them. Our offensive line can't punch a hole. Weak links and JAGS everywhere. We can't run si we have to pass (or punt on 4th and short). Since we have to pass defenses go full rush on 2nd and 3rd down. When teams rush the passer we can't keep them from breaking the pocket because as I mentioned, our Oline is weak links and JAGS. And it's been awhile since anything positive has been done to address it. Wait til Mangold calls it a career. It's going to be epic.
  11. I like fat dudes. With big muscly thighs. I think that's been established.
  12. Yes the chubby bust that started all but two games since being drafted? That bust Mr. SHANE? I hurumph at you. Particularly since we drafted Milliner in his stead. A hack am I? Indeed. And hurumph to you. Dick.
  13. Gailey lost credibility with me last season when he stuck a young 2nd round draft pick in the dog house in preseason, refused to play jeremy Kerley at WR and stuck to a dog sh*t game plan to throw in a gale force wind in Buffalo last year. He's a good coach but stubborn to a fault.
  14. You know what I'd like? A tight end. Other teams have those. And they use them for like, first downs and stuff. And for blocking too I think. But I guess we don't need one. Wonder what other positions we can eliminate to get better?
  15. What you fail to understand is that Tannenbaum is the embodiment of all that is wrong in humanity. There should be a Batman villain based on him. In truth, I blame no one for the Gholston pick. He was picked right where everyone thought he should be. Tannenbaum was responsible for Tebow. For Favre (who gave away the sack record that rightfully belonged to Mark Gastineau), For JASON TAYLOR. For pissing away draft picks. For ludicrous contracts. And above all, for being a snake oil salesman slimeball. If I tend to blame him for than he's responsible...I reserve the right to be unreasonable. I've disliked him from the start. He merely purchased mercenary talent found by other, more competent GM's. And set this club back a decade.