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About F.Chowds

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  1. F.Chowds added a post in a topic Going to my first game at Metlife tomorrow.   

    Hilarious, every time  my six year old gets pissed off at me he always says "well i am going root for the cheaters."  AKA the Patriots.  Made for an interesting parent teacher conference 3 weeks ago. One of kids parents in his class who is a pat's fan complained to his teacher "that we should not teach our child to hate on greatness, it not his sons fault that his father roots for a terrible foot ball team."  and could our son please refrain for calling the Pat's cheaters. I almost broke the tiny kindergarten chair i was sitting in because I laughed so hard.    
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  2. F.Chowds added a post in a topic David Harris: Leadership, bitches.   

    I still cant get over the fact that we could have had Chandler Jones He is only leading the league in sacks.. Effing Rex 
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  3. F.Chowds added a post in a topic Raleigh Jets Fan Club announces new location for 2014   

    We finally bought a house in mountain island/Charlotte and i will be out for a few games this year 
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  4. F.Chowds added a post in a topic OTA Wednesday Media Access Tweets   

    Another winner form the Idzick 11 
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  5. F.Chowds added a post in a topic Ridley to Jets?? Ian Rappaport   

    This, tired of the group think around hear 
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  6. F.Chowds added a post in a topic Jets Resign DE Leger Douzable   

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  7. F.Chowds added a post in a topic Jets sign ILB Jamari Lattimore   

    Rich Cimini ‏@RichCimini  12m12 minutes ago Lattimore played 11 games last season for GB, 273 snaps (both ILB and OLB). Had 35 total tackles, 1 INT, 0 sacks. Jets needed depth. #nyj
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  8. F.Chowds added a post in a topic Jets sign ILB Jamari Lattimore   

    Rich Cimini ‏@RichCimini  16m16 minutes ago Jets sign former Packers LB Jamari Lattimore, team announces. A backup player with good special teams value. #nyj
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  9. F.Chowds added a topic in New York Jets Message Board   

    New York Jets to host Amari Cooper, Andrus Peat this week
    The Jets hold the No. 6 overall pick in the draft and have needs all over the field. But in Cooper and Peat, strong candidates to fill two of them will see the Jets facility Thursday, according to Newsday's Kimberely A. Martin.
    For the Jets to land Cooper, West Virginia wide receiver Kevin White would probably need to be the first receiver chosen in the draft. The Oakland Raiders are expected to address a dire need at the receiver position with the No. 4 overall pick, where it could have its choice between White and Cooper, who are regarded as the draft's top two at the position.
    All six NFL Media analysts who have compiled mock drafts project Oakland to pick a receiver at No. 4, and four of the six believe it will be White, who ran a 4.35 40-yard dash at the NFL Scouting Combine last month. That would leave Cooper available to new Jets coach Todd Bowles, although the club could see fit to draft one of the draft's elite pass rushers in that spot and wait until later in the draft to select a receiver, considered the deepest position in the draft class.
    As for Peat, NFL Media mock drafts project him anywhere from No. 9 to the New York Giants to No. 25 to the Carolina Panthers. Conceivably, the Jets could trade down from the No. 6 pick and select Peat at a cheaper price, and add one or more picks later in the draft.
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  10. F.Chowds added a post in a topic Brandon Marshall Film Review   

    Could have had Brandon Cooks instead of that ******* bum Pryor
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  11. F.Chowds added a topic in New York Jets Message Board   

    Erin Henderson set for visit with Jets
    Erin Henderson’s search for a chance to resume his NFL career will be heading to New Jersey.
    Henderson met with the 49ers last week after sitting out the entire 2014 season following his release in Minnesota, but didn’t sign a contract with the team. The Niners have moved on to a scheduled meeting with Lance Briggs and Henderson’s agent says his client is moving on to a meeting with the Jets.
    Jim Chapman told Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee that Henderson has scheduled a visit with the AFC East club. The Jets re-signed David Harris as free agency opened and haveDemario Davis back as well, which leaves Henderson as a depth option at inside linebacker.
    The Vikings dropped Henderson last February after a pair of arrests for drunk driving. He started 33 games during his final three seasons with the Vikings and was a fairly effective player before his off-field trouble led to his on-field hiatus.
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  12. F.Chowds added a topic in New York Jets Message Board   

    Rodney Harrison, slams Geno Smith and the Jets
    NBC studio analyst Rodney Harrison doesn't think much of the New York Jets' headline-making offseason. He believes they're doomed to a five-win or six-win season as long as Geno Smith is the quarterback.
    Co-hosting NBC's "Under Center" radio show on Friday, Harrison unloaded on the Jets and their third-year quarterback. He might not be the most objective guy in the room, considering he played for the Patriots, but his comments are so strong, they're worth a mention.
    “You can say whatever you want about Darrelle Revis -- and I do believe he’s the best cornerback in the league -- but Darrelle Revis has not thrown a touchdown pass," Harrison said. "He’s not your quarterback. Yes, he can shut down a No. 1 receiver, but they need a quarterback. The Jets are, all of a sudden, on a high, thinking they’re going to win a championship. You’re not going to win a championship -- you’re not even going to make the playoffs -- because you don’t have a quarterback.
    "If you go into the season and you’re expecting Geno Smith to improve, it’s not going to happen," he added. "He might get a little better, but when times get tough, when adversity hits, guess what he’s going to do? He’s going to fold just like the last couple years. I don’t believe in Geno Smith. I think this is a huge mistake. Hopefully in this draft, they try to address this quarterback situation, because if they go into the season with Geno Smith, they might win five or six games.”
    You get the impression he doesn't like the Jets?
    Not surprisingly, Harrison supported the Patriots' decision not to re-sign Revis, saying, "Bill [belichick], he’s not going to sell the farm for Darrelle Revis, because as good as Darrelle is, you know in a year or two maybe Darrelle is not going to be quite the same player he was this past season for the New England Patriots. So I believe that was the right move to make.”
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  13. F.Chowds added a post in a topic A Dolphin fan thinks they are are dwarfing Jets in Free Agency.   

    Ummmm no you don't. do you even follow you own team? 
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  14. F.Chowds added a post in a topic A Dolphin fan thinks they are are dwarfing Jets in Free Agency.   

    he Minnesota Vikings have acquired wide receiver Mike Wallace and a 2015 seventh-round draft pick from the Miami Dolphins for a fifth-round pick this year
    the trade was made before the Dolphins had to pay Wallace's $3 million bonus this weekend.
    Wallace led the Dolphins in receiving yards (862) and touchdowns (10) and was second in receptions (67) this past season.
    However, he fell out of favor in Miami following Week 17 sideline altercation in a loss to the New York Jets. Wallace was benched in the second half, which raised questions about his future with the team.
    He also struggled at times to get on the same page with quarterback Ryan Tannehill, who wasn't consistent throwing deep passes to the speedy Wallace.
    According to ESPN Stats & Information, Tannehill threw three more interceptions than TDs (seven to five) when targeting Wallace in 2013, although that ratio turned around significantly in 2014 (one INT, 10 TDs).
    Miami traded for former New Orleans Saintsreceiver Kenny Stills on Friday, which made Wallace expendable. He was scheduled to make $9.9 million in 2015.
    Wallace initially inked a $60 million contract with the Dolphins in 2013 after spending his first four seasons in the league with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
    The Dolphins are in the process of overhauling their entire receiving corps.
    In addition to trading Wallace, Miami also released former starter Brian Hartline and slot receiver Brandon Gibson. The trio accounted for 135 receptions, 1,631 yards and 13 total touchdowns in 2014.
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  15. F.Chowds added a post in a topic Free Agency Twitter Updates   

    Damien Woody ‏@damienwoody  6m6 minutes ago Chip Kelly must have a helluva training staff to take on all these injured player
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