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  1. Im down to 15 points LOL
  2. Our punter is the highlight reel of the season.
  3. Woody Johnson or Chris Johnson sadly I think nothing changes for the better anyway....................
  4. Very sad news about a Jets legend. Jets legend Mark Gastineau suffering from dementia, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease Tweet email Mark Gastineau recorded 107.5 sacks over his 10-year career with the Jets. (TOM BERG/NFL) BY SETH WALDER NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Updated: Thursday, January 19, 2017, 8:07 PM Jets legend Mark Gastineau has revealed that he is suffering from serious health problems. “When my results came back, I had dementia, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s,” the former Jets defensive lineman said on WOR Thursday evening. “Those were three things that I have.” Gastineau said he received the diagnoses roughly a year ago and traced his illnesses back to football. However, he believes the game can be played safely now. “I know that there’s techniques out there that if I would have had ‘em, if I would have had the techniques out there that I’m teaching now to these kids, I know I would not be probably...I know I wouldn’t have the results that I have now,” he said. “I led with my head all the time,” Gastineau added. Gastineau, 60, played 10 years for the Jets and was part of the famed New York Sack Exchange. On the radio Thursday, despite suffering from major health problems, the former defensive lineman was promoting USAFootball.com and the Heads Up Football program, believing that that makes the game safer. “The only reason I would allow my child to play is because of this USAFootball.com,” he said. “I would not allow my child to play if I did not have this Heads Up Football. There’s no way in the world. You cannot expect your child to not be injured if you do not enter this program. If a high school doesn’t have this program, there should not be a program.” USA Football is a youth football program and Heads Up Football is a joint program of the NFL and USA Football to improve the safety of the youth game. “It’s something I want every player who goes out and plays to be protected in the best way that they can be protected,” he said. Gastineau said he wanted his own health problems to be a “warning" to parents. “I don’t want (my diagnosis) to over shadow the Heads Up Program," he said. "I want it to be a warning to mothers and fathers to be able to put their kids in the safe places to be able to carry on a team sports that I think is going to be way more beneficial for them than if they didn’t have it in their lives.” Gastineau at times rambled through the lengthy interview with WOR, hitting on several topics including his love for Shea Stadium and the fans there. The former defensive lineman was enshrined in the Jets’ Ring of Honor in 2012. He gave an eclectic and slurred speech during halftime of the Jets’ Monday night loss to the Texans in October of that year when he was inducted alongside former wideout Wesley Walker. “I’m in a good place,” said Gastineau toward the end of the interview. “I’m not going to fall back. I’m going to help as many people as I can.”
  5. Oh well let him go with his QB to their next team then......See yaaaaaaa
  6. LOL someone is giving rex-n-effect POSITIVE REP as me LOL For the record the dude/dudette negative reps every post i make thats why he gets it back from me.
  7. Not having quality QB play and a decent OC hurt Marshall this season. He deserves an opportunity to restructure and he should keep his damn mouth shut.
  8. No one hates Hackenberg we fear failure.
  9. Could Alex Smith be a surprising option for the Jets? PrintEmail By Connor Hughes | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com Email the author | Follow on Twitter on January 17, 2017 at 6:30 AM, updated January 17, 2017 at 6:58 AM File this one under: Make of it what you will. A day after the Chiefs' demoralizing, two-point, playoff-eliminating loss to the Steelers, media members pressed coach Andy Reid on the status of starting quarterback Alex Smith. Basically, will Smith be Kansas City's QB 1 in 2017? What to make of Jets' locker room dysfunction Reid was, well, committed in the most uncommitted way possible. "Do I still think we can win with Alex?" Reid said, via NFL Network. "Yeah, we were right there." In all likelihood, this means nothing. Smith will still be with the Chiefs next year. But, it's the offseason. Which means it's time for speculation. So, if for some strange reason the Chiefs make the former No. 1 overall pick available, should the Jets consider adding him? Some things to consider ... It's unlikely he's actually moved. Smith isn't a great quarterback. He's slightly above average. Reid is right: The Chiefs can still win with Smith. Will he ever be the reason they win? Probably not. But he can manage a good team to victories and a playoff run. Here's the thing, though: Who exactly would Kansas City get to replace him? Trade with the Cowboys for Tony Romo? Mortgage the future to draft Deshaun Watson (Clemson) or Mitch Trubisky (UNC)? Even if Reid thinks about moving Smith, he'll quickly realize it's not smart. Quarterbacks don't grow on trees. As average as Smith is, he's still an above-average quarterback in the NFL, if that makes sense? Why is this even being considered? Guesstimating, but Reid does love him some Nick Foles. He drafted Foles when he was coaching the Eagles, had some success with him in 2012, and signed him to be Smith's backup this offseason. Foles isn't nearly as mobile as Smith, but he does open the playbook more with his arm strength. He played two games for the Chiefs this year while Smith was hurt. He completed 65.5 percent of his passes and threw for 410 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions. Is it financially possible? It's not financially impossible. If released or traded, Smith will free $9.7 million in cap space, but the Chiefs will still be on the books for $7.2 million. If on Kansas City's roster, he'll have a cap hit of $16.9 million. Hardly killer considering the cap is expected to jump another $10-$15 million. Kansas City is a bit pressed, though, with just over $4 million in projected salary cap space, per OTC. Next year is when Kansas City can get out from the deal without significant financial ramifications. Releasing Smith would free $17 million with just a $3.6 million penalty. NFL Draft: Top 10 QBs Where does Clemson's DeShaun Watson rank in another weak class of quarterbacks? Would the Jets want him? He wouldn't be a bad mentor for Christian Hackenberg. He'd certainly be their best quarterback in years. But again, Alex Smith is still just ... Alex Smith. He's mobile enough and accurate, but his arm strength doesn't allow a team to stretch the field. He's Chad Pennington-like in that regard. This past season, he threw for 3,502 yards with 15 touchdowns and eight interceptions. He had a completion percentage of 67.1, and a quarterback rating of 91.2. In 2015, he threw 20 touchdowns and seven interceptions. Despite playing in the NFL since 2005, Smith has never thrown 30 touchdowns in any one season. He threw a career-high 23 in 2013. What would it cost the Jets? It depends. Would the Chiefs shop Smith because they want to get rid of him, or are interested in seeing what they can get? If they'd take a a conditional fourth, the deal makes sense. If they want a first, the Jets should laugh. Again, the Chiefs are likely to keep Smith. It just doesn't make sense to get rid of him. But you never know ... Connor Hughes may be reached at chughes@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @Connor_J_Hughes. Find NJ.com Jets on Facebook.
  10. Robbie Anderson needs work hes fast but he catches with his body isn't aggressive in getting the ball away from defenders and has issues holding onto the ball when hit other than that he should be fine.
  11. Unknown I didnt follow the Texans I knew they were in the playoffs but seems odd him and Bill O'Brien are close and this happened.
  12. Texans' George Godsey reflects on role after play-calling shakeup By Aaron Wilson Updated 7:56 pm, Wednesday, October 5, 2016 Texans offensive coordinator George Godsey endured a difficult week where his play-calling duties were taken away by coach Bill O'Brien. Godsey and O'Brien go back a long way, including Godsey playing quarterback for O'Brien at Georgia Tech and working together on the New England Patriots' coaching staff.
  13. You're right because we have such a solid roster especially at the QB position.