SAR I

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  1. Good riddance you soft-spoken quitter. Every defense you led into the playoffs blew it in a big spot. The blood of Pittsburgh is on your hands. Teach New England how to no-show, it's your specialty. SAR I
  2. Congrats! Not sure if this is your first time in the Verizon corner, but it has its benefits, especially when leaving the stadium if you park in the right location. SAR I
  3. Yes, the Club seats in Row 1 have cupholders on the arms, they also have padded seats not unlike a movie theater. They also appear to have more legroom which is not a good thing- what that means is that they are further away from the wall meaning that the fans there need to sit on the edge of the seat and lean forward resting on the wall in order to see the field. See bottom photo. SAR I
  4. I have just reported this to the mods. SAR I
  5. [Photo taken from my Seat 3 in Row 1, for size reference the person looking at the camera in Seat 1 is a 10 year old boy who is a friend of my son.] That is correct, when you are in the first row you slide forwards a touch and sit on the front edge of the seat so that you can see over the wall. Most games we just lean our upper bodies forward too and let the wall support our weight on our arms. It's not uncomfortable. I should point out that what I just described about leaning the upper body forward and resting elbows on the wall allows the person in the aisle seat to get his head past the pane of glass and thus have no obstruction. But it would mean leaning forward the whole time. If that person sits as I describe slid forward on the edge of the seat without leaning forward onto the wall they would have the obstruction. Again, this only applies to the person in Seat 1 on the aisle. It should be noted that when you are sitting the cupholders are mounted at about chest level on the mezzanine wall itself so you don't get into that situation on your seat where your arms and elbows are locked in by a soda cup on one side or a beer on the other. It's nice that they're out of the way. I sneak a green string pack into the stadium and the loop each end over two adjacent cupholders so the bag hangs between them. It's great place to put stuff like hats and gloves and scarves without it being in your seat or getting dirty on the floor. SAR I
  6. It's not plexiglass, it's real glass, and it's annoying for anyone who sits in my aisle seat. It doesn't affect anyone in Seat 2 or Seat 3. Now, my seats are in the corner (above), so it only impacts a tiny corner of the endzone. For someone in the Mezz Club's sitting straight-on looking at the field the glass is a bigger issue. Imagine being the fan who has Mezz Club's Row 1 Aisle Seat 1 on the 50 yard line....thinks he has the best seat in the entire stadium. But he's watching 50% of the field through a windshield. Photos above of my seats were taken a few months before the stadium opened. The steel grates were replaced by the glass shortly thereafter, many must have complained, they were gone by opening day 2010. But you can see that they are in the line of sight of anyone on the Aisle in Row 1 or Row 2. And depending on your angle of the field, they can occupy your vision for 50% of the field, the closer you are to midfield the worse their impact. SAR I
  7. Can I have your specific section number? Row 1 is the best, but depending on where your seats are you don't want to be looking through the glass protector at the end of each staircase. It's the only downside of Row 1....the aisle seats can be dicey. Looking at the photo of the Mezz Club's, that person in Seat 1 is looking through the glass for the last 25 yards of the field. SAR I
  8. They will be profiling all applicants, that's for sure. Good job, own a home, in the right neighborhood, over age 35, you're going to be sitting in Club seats half the time, lower level on the 20's, never in the Upper Deck. Weak job, rent an apartment, bad neighborhood, under age 30, you're going to be sitting in the Upper Deck half the time, Mezzanine behind the goalposts, never near a Club seat. The Jets are buying potential-future-customer information, it's an acquisition strategy. SAR I
  9. I don't engage in discussion with banned forum members so please don't call me out, tag me in posts, or make attempts to draw my attention again. SAR I
  10. I don't engage in discussion with banned forum members so please don't call me out, tag me in posts, or make attempts to draw my attention again. SAR I
  11. Colin Kaepernick has been blacklisted by the NFL. SAR I
  12. I don't engage in discussion with banned forum members so please don't call me out, tag me in posts, or make attempts to draw my attention again. SAR I
  13. I don't engage in discussion with banned forum members so please don't call me out, tag me in posts, or make attempts to draw my attention again. SAR I
  14. I am not flaunting my wealth. You are flaunting your financial insecurity. SAR I
  15. Only poor people believe this old wives tale. SAR I