Tell us a little bit about yourself...in the process of justifying why I should make my son into a Jets fan LOL
Where do you live?Hollywood fl
What is your favorite Jets related memory?Staying the entire game of the midnight miracle
What Jets memory broke your heart?Fake spike. We were dancing in our seats about an hour prior to that while we were beating the hell out of miami for first place.
We won 4 games in the next two and 1/2 years after that.
Who is your favorite member of the NY Jets flight crew?The one with the nice ass
This is one of the craziest things I've seen in a while. To see it compiled like that is terribly sad. I've had such high hopes for so many of the names on that list. Ryan Yarborough. lol Mcgraw used to knock himself out he would hit people so hard. I liked that guy. Dorian Boose actually led all rookies in sacks in the preseason his first year with 5 I think. I was so chubbed up for him after that and he did nothing. And to think we cut Fanneca the minute we picked Ducasse. Shows just how ass backwards the Tanny regime was at times.
Quinn is one just more DC who benefited from an above average Defensive minded Head coach. A System guy. Gus Bradley right before him was the same way. I'd rather have Bowles who made his own bones out there.
That site always seems to work for me. The problem was it was airing the Detroit announcers and I have never in my life seen a more lopsided take on a game. They weren't even mentioning the Jets players who caught or ran the ball. Just the WR or RB. Same went for defense. The INT in the end zone before the half sounded like this. " the DB made a decent play on the ball there"
Very odd to me especially during a preseason game when I can't associate numbers to a lot of the players yet. Made the game that much worse.
I think the guys we picked this year have a common thread between them. They are all high motor, hard working team oriented guys. Mauldin is a good example of this. I'm excited to see him play this year and hope we found a diamond in the rough here. Sure would make losing out on Harold and Duke with that trade more bearable. Make Mcags look like a mystic of sorts.
It's sad. The kid obviously has boat loads of talent but simply can not stay healthy. He was drafted with an injury and has had three different injuries now while on the Jets. Having Revis and Cro as mentors was the best possible scenario for him to maximize his potential and then he hurts his wrist.
This is why you don't take chances that high in the draft on guys with injury backgrounds.
I guess there's still hope but his light is flickering.
I don't know guys. I loved having a HC that not only wanted to win but specifically wanted to change the way the Jets were looked at. Those first two seasons were a lot of fun and the league took notice of us for the first time in a long time.
I was ready to move on last season but I really wanted Rex to be the guy. He loved the Jets.
His best line ever was right after the Pats playoff win. " Same old Jets. Going back to the AFC championship game". Trying to use the phrase we have been beaten down with for eons to stick it to all the doubters. I liked that.
Too bad it ended the way it did. You can see how he feels in that interview clip. It's sad to me and I'm now crying as well.