glenn31

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About glenn31

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  1. Autographed replicas of the pic sent to Jenn Sterger's phone?
  2. From one older fan to another, I'd have to say your 2nd paragraph is pretty spot on.
  3. FTFY
  4. Egads man!
  5. Sounds like a prehistoric supercontinent.
  6. Haven't you heard? It's Todd Bowles' coverage scheme that puts him in a position to give zero effort at tackling a ball carrier. Or something like that. So leave Mevi$ ALONE!
  7. Honestly I have no idea where it's from. i just know it as a gif that's used in reply when someone posts something so funny you die of laughter... A more graphical lmao, if you will
  8. My bad, I gave your post a down-vote by accident. My phone is ridiculously sensitive sometimes.
  9. Same here. I figured they were thinking outside the box and sending him there to see if he could have an Asian Revival a la Stephon Marbury. And Asian Revival sounds like it could be the title of a Steely Dan song. Or would that be Ajan Revival?
  10. What in the wide wide world of sports is a-goin' on here?! I hired you people to try to get a little track laid, not discuss the QBs' looks like a bunch of Kansas City Royals!
  11. Because it's very simple. Geno Smith is going to improve and become a franchise guy the same way Browning Nagle was going to, the way Glenn Foley was going to, the way Kellen Clemens was going to, the way Mark Sanchez was going to. At least if you listen to the woefully delusional that is. And where did I ever say anything about sticking with Fitz? It's painfully obvious his days as a marginally effective NFL QB are all but over, but that doesn't mean I want to be stuck with watching 10 weeks of failure I'm already familiar with repeat itself over and over again with #7. I couldn't care less if Hack is ready or not, but I'd rather watch his baby legs get chopped out from under him than watch this dope do anything in a Jet uniform ever again. Nope, sorry, I love the game and love rooting for the Jets but there's only so many times you can blow smoke up another's backside with promises of Christmas presents only to wake up to nothing under the tree every December 25. After 2014 I saw all I had to see of this guy, and if there is a silver lining, it's that my Sundays are now freed up to do anything but watch this team commit the inevitable with another proven-crap QB this organization is so fond of collecting. I understand some of you need something, anything to grasp on to keep your wits about this season, but praying for miracles when the evidence is so blaring is something I left behind in elementary school when i tried to convince classmates the Walton Jets were just as good as Parcells' Giants and that Kenny O was a top tier QB, to much derison. I'd hope my assessment of these guys has improved since I was 10. And if anyone is trying to convince themselves that a repeat of 2002 is a possibility, just remember a healthy Pennington more than belonged on an NFL field. A healthy Geno belongs in the concessions stands.
  12. To me the Rex era coming to an end was more akin to the end of the Walton era. Both had very fast starts, showed some promise, but ultimately both proved to be lackluster HCs. Another striking similarity is that after both were fired, new GMs & HCs were hired but you didn't / don't get a sense of a true culture change, just plug new pieces in but conduct business as usual. Mediocrity was / is allowed to fester long after it took hold. But neither's end was rock-bottom for the program. It wasn't until that 4-28 stretch under Kotite that the Jets organization seemed to finally take a long look at themselves in the mirror and came to the realization that their entire operation was bush league at best. The events leading to that moment of clarity was rock-bottom to me (remember Kotite's sad-sack resignation press conference?). They finally did something significant to fix that by hiring a real football man, and we saw a true culture change for once with this damn team. Not saying Bowles is Kotite, coincidentally his tenure is reminding me a lot like Walton's replacement, Bruce Coslet. Let's just hope the organization wakes up before we have to go through Kotite 2.0