DonCorleone

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About DonCorleone

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    Next year never comes.
  • Birthday 12/06/1969

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  1. Thank you for that. Sanity at last.
  2. I could not possibly agree more. Geno did NOT have the weapons...We can all agree to that. Geno also never made anyone better. Has a horribly slow release, telegraphs passes without ever looking receivers off. Just like his college scouting report said, he IS prone to turn overs. Had to have the playbook overly simplified in his first 2 years and is still UNABLE to read defenses. He did win 8 games in his first season but if you actually remember the season, they were games they won inspire of his trying to give them away. Many of them, INT filled games. I just do NOT see an upside to him no matter how hard I looked. Now Petty may not be the savior, but the fact that his release is quick, decisive, confident and technically sound, gives enough hope for now that he can be an adequate backup. I am tired of this "Game tested" BS, Rocky Pepeli was game tested in boxing....He sucked
  3. I would give up a 5th a 6th and a 7th to get rid of him.
  4. To say he is better than Geno is really not saying much. Browning Nagle was probably much better than Geno. I agree that seeing him with the number ones would be incredibly interesting. Petty release is quick and smooth. I am not used to such as a Jets fan. I am most likely in the minority but I sincerely do not see the need to carry 4 QBs. Spare us all and release the circus that Geno is. A pre season game usually means nothing, but it was superbowl week for Geno and he was well aware of it. Another typical Geno mind boggling INT . He again failed miserably.
  5. I was thinking that as well. I mean, Spygate, second set of frequencies in the helmet, deflategate....Where there's lots of smoke, there's a big fire.......-
  6. In that case I challenge you to find my very first post after news about Geno's jaw came out. I said that the Jets should retire IK's number.
  7. People don't realize perhaps that the biggest scandal which the NFL promptly silenced, was the second frequencies in the helmet which were discovered at the same time as "Spygate" These frequencies did not stop transmitting at the specified time. Hence the feeling that Tom always knew who was open, where the pressure was coming from and exactly when to get rid of the ball. All players want an edge in all sports, Tom had a mountain and an elaborate cheating scheme on his side. Truly shameful. In my mind, I can never gauge him against the other all time best QBs because I really do NOT know who Tom Brady is.
  8. It was this. "Thank you god" I knew then that we couldn't do worse than Geno. 2 lost seasons were more than plenty for me.
  9. The New York Jets owe him a lot. If it weren't for him, we would have had yet another horrendous season with nothing to look forward to. Thank you IK!
  10. People don't realize perhaps that the biggest scandal which the NFL promptly silenced, was the second set of frequencies in the helmet which were discovered at the same time as "Spygate" These frequencies did not stop transmitting at the specified time. Hence the feeling that Tom always knew who was open, where the pressure was coming from and exactly when to get rid of the ball. All players want an edge in all sports, Tom had a mountain and an elaborate cheating scheme on his side. Truly shameful. In my mind, I can never gauge him against the other all time best QBs because I really do NOT know who Tom Brady is.
  11. 1 out of 3 drives is the best scenario possible with Geno.We now have 2 unknowns on the roster with also some good upside. Time to give up on the known interception machine. I simply do not see any value...ANYWHERE and for any reason in keeping him
  12. Personally, I would love it if Geno were released. So many people see improvement. So many say he has the tools. All I see is a kid with good tools and no football sense. Zero..Zilch.When he could take off and run, he would throw. When he could throw, he would run for a short gain.on two occasions he throws hail marys 20 years out of bounds. Geno never had the tools around him. Agree to that. Yet he never made anyone around him look better. Is he a viable backup? A viable backup is capable of winning some hard games. I am sorry for those of you who love Geno. I just don't think he should be here. Let's not throw any more seasons away by giving him any more "shots"
  13. Finally someone who gets what the poing of a football season is. In this new era, a turn around often happens over night. I love this team and always will, but that does not diminish the fact that this is yet another season of drought. It isn't just missing pieces. Mental toughness or lack thereof is and will always be the key. In a long season, all teams lose pieces of the puzzle. We were obviously not mentally tough enough to move on. IMO, it is SB or bust.