sirlancemehlot

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sirlancemehlot last won the day on May 7 2011

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    born the son of a sharecrooper
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    in the back by that thing on the left
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    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. Listen, as a detective I can tell you, nobody performs this poorly on purpose. No. Mac is trying to get fired. I don't know what his game is or if it's a long or short con, but I can tell you this, old Mac is going down in flames and doing his best to bring the entire franchise with him. I've seen it before. Jack Ruby. A good soldier with a secret. Thats old Mac in a nutshell.
  2. AAAHHHHHAA HA HA...hahahah...hahhah! AAHAHAHA. HAHAhaha. Hah! Hoooo! Hoooo. Hoh! Ho. Ahem. I'm sorry what was the question?
  3. As an EMT and football coach who's Heads-up certified and Rutgers certified am fully aware of the cause of concussion. It's three strikes...the first impact, the impact of the brain inside the cranium and the impact of the brain as it rebounds inside the skull. The modern day Helmet absorbs some of the initial impact due to its plastic she'll and inner padding, particularly the floating or "she'll off" design. This reduces the secondary impacts. Research is available. Riddell is the leader and they've done quite a bit of research and development. Further, head injuries are not only concussion related. Fractured skulls, crushed orbital bones, broken teeth and punctured ear drums all can come as a result of impact to the head, even incidentally as when a knee strikes the head during a block or tackle. So, thw modern day helmet is massively superior to the old leather skull cap. It's not close. The drawback is that though the initial impact is lessened, players are less likely to avoid head contact, so rather than a massive brain hemmorage or fractured skull, it becomes more of a "death by a thousand cuts" situation. Still it ls preferable to the old days by a lot.
  4. This has been parroted by so many, yet is so utterly false. Not picking on you or your opinion, fact is, I've heard this from many of the football talking heads and lots of fans. Its the sort of thing that, if you say it enough, becomes accepted, without any research or evidence. From history.com: "In what the Chicago Tribune referred to as a “death harvest,” the 1905 football season resulted in 19 player deaths and 137 serious injuries." Per Time.com, "That risk is a problem that has lurked on the football field since the end of the nineteenth century. "Football killed 40 boys and young men during the 1931 season," TIME reported in the Dec. 14, 1931, issue. "To approximate that record of deaths it is necessary to go back to 1905 when more than a score of players died and President Roosevelt stopped the roughness of play." The injuries and fatalities due to head injury are far lower (very far) than existed in the early days of leather helmets. It's not close.
  5. Shhh...just go with it man...the draft pick is not the GM's fault. Just go with it. This is how Buddhists are made.
  6. WOW

    Did you guys see this kid from Ohio State? Linebacker. 6'4", 260lbs, runs a 4.6 40, 35.5 inch vertical and a 10-1/2" broad jump--37 reps on the bench! Then there's kid, WR from Georgia tech. Wow! 6'4", 215 lbs, ran a legit 4.36 in the 40 and has a 39.5 inch vertical! Another kid from Ohio state, WR, 6' tall 4.4 40, 39" vertical and 10' broad jump! Man-o-man! And a OT from Umass, 6'4" 332 lbs. At that size he ran a 5.2 40! 29 reps on the bench and a 28" vertical! At 332 Pounds! I'd take any one of them in the first round with those measurables. How can you lose? #1 Vernon Gholston #2 Stephen Hill #3 Devin Smith #4 Vlad Ducasse sign football players and leave the tape measure to the carpenters please.
  7. So it's good we suck! Otherwise all that dead money would be a bad thing. I get it. It's like saying my wife won't sleep with me but it's ok because she's totally unattractive!
  8. You're probably right. He could have gone to nick though. I think that would have been a class move.
  9. And what's his excuse for cutting Nick ******* Mangold over the telephone?
  10. He had a plan. Gut the team, clear the cap, hoard picks and build a young foundation. He was willing to be patient and begin a rebuild from the ground up. Mac is doing the same thing but, he had a ton of resources left over from the Idzik Era and pissed it all away. Idzik was doomed by Geno, Rex and a very impatient fan base. His 12 pick draft was underwhelming ND that sealed his fate essentially. I think he caught the ax at least a year too early.
  11. Honestly, Idzik wasn't that bad.
  12. Everybody hates on Smith but the guy was a banger and probably shortened wes welker's career with some crushing shots to the head on that dude. He also led the team in tackles one year. Not an awesome player but hardly a bust
  13. This is so against my usual anti FA agenda. But if u can get Alshon and pay him what Marshall is getting...cutting Marshall in the process...I would say do it. Younger and oddly underrated due to recent injury and a bad team. He could be a very cost effective talent. U can't develop a QB without an OL or WRS with experience. This is the most hypocritical post I'll make in 2017. BuT I think the value could be there.