CrazyCarl40

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About CrazyCarl40

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  • Birthday March 8

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  • Where do you live?
    New York
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    Sports, Music, Movies, Boozin' my face off.. ya know stuff

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  • What is your favorite Jets related memory?
    Monday Night Miracle.
  • Do you have season tickets?
    Nope.
  • What Jets memory broke your heart?
    1998 AFC Championship Game
    Doug Brien
  • Where you alive for Super Bowl III?
    Nope.

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  1. He's done it all preseason and if you think it's going away, then you're naive. He isn't the first and he won't be the last. This has been building for some time. Whether it's sitting for the anthem, wearing tee shirts, or speaking out at press conferences. It's only going to get bigger across the landscape of professional sports. And there is nothing wrong with what he said or why he said it. It's his right.
  2. It'll be out of the news cycle much quicker than Ray Rice was. Every time Ray Rice is brought up so is that video. That video will always have a larger impact than that grainy, eye in the sky photo of a dude sitting on the bench.
  3. This tells me you don't work in public relations. Breaking the law and beating a woman will always be worse than what Kaep did. Always and forever. Ray Rice is indefensible.
  4. He had done it all preseason. He didn't make anything about him. And he's eliciting the exact response that he was aiming for.
  5. The player doesn't represent a big enough upgrade to the current QB situation to rationalize the headlines. Whether you agree or disagree with what he did, that doesn't matter. Can he improve the team? No. He's also cost prohibitive too. Pass because he can't.
  6. Will Fuller has the goods. Texans going to have a pretty decent offense if Osweiler can be average.
  7. http://m.newyorkjets.com/news/article-9/Jets-Release-11-Place-Devin-Smith-on-PUP-List/6f800d0a-1d49-4460-80a4-37be8440e361 The Jets reduced their roster to 78 today, releasing 11 players and placing WR Devin Smith on the Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) List. All NFL teams must reduce their roster to a maximum of 75 by 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August 30.The complete list of today's player moves:OL Jesse Davis, C Kyle Friend, G Jarvis Harrison The 6'6", 309-pound Davis signed with the Jets in January after the Idaho product participated in the Seahawks training camp last summer. Friend, an undrafted free agent from Temple, appeared in 43 games for the Owls and made 41 starts. A fifth-round pick of the Jets in 2015, Harrison was waived last November and later re-joined the team as a member of the practice squad.OLB Deion Barnes, DT Shelby Harris, DE Helva Matungulu Barnes, who had two tackles in preseason action, came to the Jets in 2015 as an undrafted free agent from Penn State and was signed to the team's practice squad last September. The 6'2", 290-pound Harris signed in June after playing in eight games the past two seasons with the Raiders while recording 14 tackles and his first pro sack. Matungulu, an undrafted free agent from Western Carolina, collected 53 tackles, three sacks and seven TFL from 2013-15. RBs Lache Seastrunk and Terry Williams, WR Kyle Williams, TE Jason Vander Laan A sixth-round selection (No. 186 overall) by Washington in the 2014 draft, Seastrunk signed with the Jets earlier this month. Terry Williams, a rookie who scored 14 total touchdowns at Kutztown his senior season, had two carries in preseason action. Kyle Williams, a 5'10", 186-pounder in his sixth professional season, was a tryout player during the team's minicamp and originally signed in June. Vander Laan, who became the first player in NCAA history to pass and run for 1,000 yards in four consecutive seasons while leading Ferris State to a 37-9 record, was making the pro transition to tight end.K Ross Martin One of three players in ACC history with 400-plus points, Martin connected on four of his six field goal attempts in the preseason including a 55-yarder Saturday night vs. the Giants. Devin Smith to PUP.
  8. Helva Matungulu, Defensive End • Jesse Davis, Offensive Lineman • Terry Williams, Running Back • Ross Martin, Kicker: Martin struggled in the Jets first two preseason games. He missed two field goals and one point after attempt. He did connect on a 55-yard field goal against the Giants on Saturday. • Jason Vander Laan, Tight End: A college quarterback, Vander Laan flashed several times for the Jets in training camp. He's considered a practice squad candidate, NJ Advance Media was told. • Kyle Friend, Center • Jarvis Harrison, Guard: A fifth-round pick by the Jets in 2015, Harrison struggled as a rookie, and failed to impress the coaches this summer. He had been working with the second team during training camp and the first two preseason games. • Kyle Williams, Receiver: Williams signed with the Jets this offseason and was expected to bring depth both as a receiver and in the return game. When healthy, Williams has looked good, but he's missed a string of practices the last two weeks with a knee issue.
  9. That's an offer that's never going to happen and a trade that's never going to happen. Cuts are coming. The Cowboys are likely to have their choice of QBs to back up Dak for 6 weeks.
  10. Lol. That's not a fiscally responsible move. It'd create 10 million in dead cap according to overthecap.com. Also, lol.
  11. I actually think that Broncos are going to cut Sanchez and he ends up in Dallas.
  12. Looks like the cuts have started. Put anyone else you find here and discuss.
  13. If you take into account all three games this preseason, then he definitely has been the worst.
  14. So he was 3-5 then? Or did they stop counting drops against QBs? How many yards on those completions? 14? Really?