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.
The amount of negativity is stunning. We're 3-1 dude. Chill out. Nick Folk has not missed a PAT this season as you claim. He has missed 2 field goals this season. That is about the only thing you have to go on if you want to believe he sucks. You don't have last year, because last year is evidence that he's a good kicker. You don't have the year before that as evidence, because the year before that is evidence that he's a good kicker. So basically, you are just looking for reasons to complain IMO.
It's about a 6 hour flight from NY to London, but that's the kind of example people use when they bring this up all the time. You have to think about the fact that at some point teams from Chicago, Kansas City, Denver and even Seattle will have to fly out there and that's brutal. They would probably have to do their schedule in 4 game blocks (4 home, 4 away, 4 home, 4 away). This is a bigger deal than it sounds like it is. It means a whole lot of juggling the other teams around to fit it. It also means that one team gets to play with a different kind of schedule than virtually any other team in the league. Not sure if it would be a pro or a con for that team, but it's like playing by different rules and that's a problem. What are the chances that an American-born kid is going to re-sign with London, or sign with them in free agency? What are the chances that an American-born kid will choose not to sign after being drafted? Having a business is about maintaining your business AND growing it. Sometimes the NFL acts like it is *just* about the latter.
Theoretically the idea is that they are going to be covering the deep pass, so why not try that. But the Eagles have been all over these screens since the beginning of the game so why keep coming back to it?