What is your favorite Jets related memory?My best JETS memory is: watching the JETS win the 2009 playoff game against San Diego with my older brother.
My second best JETS memory is being at the Meadowlands in 2008 for Bills vs. Jets, when Shaun Ellis scored a touchdown off a forced fumble to keep us in playoff contention in the final 2 minutes. The stadium was rocking! I remember hugging random strangers!
Do you have season tickets?No
What Jets memory broke your heart?After awhile it becomes a blur.
Made the same point in another thread. I never understood why people gave a damn about that. It's not as if he had earned the job, and I'm not convinced that he would have done better than Geno did that year, are you?
Considering all we've been through as fans, it would be only fair to have a 4th round pick like Petty that no one thought was ready suddenly light it up and become a long-term solution at the position.
This is heartbreaking. Kinda reminds me of the time people lost their minds when Rex left Sanchez in only to get him hurt in a pre-season game. Sanchez, as we all know, was destined for greatness. And of course, Geno has done nothing but inspire the utmost confidence in all Jets fans with the way he occasionally manages to move the chains, in between all those interceptions he throws. The drop off between Geno and Fitzpatrick might as well be the drop off between Brady and Garoppolo.
I'm sure he wanted him released. Heck, I wouldn't be surprised if he was a great coach. I don't know. What's silly, though, is the idea that players aren't the ones that are primarily responsible for their own behavior, and that coach is to blame whenever they act like they fools they are.