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Jay Mohr interviewing Chad Pennington "They called you noodle arm"


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#26 KennyOB7

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Posted 26 August 2013 - 10:38 PM

Good interview.

Chad is at the 22/23 minute mark

http://www.foxsports...our-2-23633183/


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Posted 26 August 2013 - 10:48 PM

Yeah, I was keeping it simple and going with the prime example.  I figured wait to see how committed people were to this argument before going full tilt.

 

Proud to see you're ready to roll though.

 

 

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Posted 26 August 2013 - 10:49 PM

Good interview.

Chad is at the 22/23 minute mark

http://www.foxsports...our-2-23633183/

 

 

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#29 CTM

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Posted 26 August 2013 - 10:58 PM

Pennington is a disgrace. Worst Jet of all time, horrible player and even worse human being..


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Posted 26 August 2013 - 10:59 PM

Chad was a good Jet. He was around too long perhaps. It would be really nice to add 2002 Pennington to this team right now.

 

Brooks Bollinger would be a good addition to this team right now.


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#31 gEYno

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Posted 26 August 2013 - 11:01 PM

Always liked Pennington.  He was a warrior and gave his all for this team.  A true class act.  And who knows what could have been if not for Doug Brien.  Never understood all the hate.


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Posted 26 August 2013 - 11:05 PM

Always liked Pennington.  He was a warrior and gave his all for this team.  A true class act.  And who knows what could have been if not for Doug Brien.  Never understood all the hate.

 

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#33 GenoandtheJets

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Posted 26 August 2013 - 11:32 PM

Chad Pennington is the best Jets Quarterback of recent. Even though his rotator cuff was always injured he was a good quarterback & accurate throwing those loop passes that were short dinks and dunks. Smart Individual too much smarter then Sanchez. It was disrespectful when the jets released him to bring in brett favre.

Then Pennington beat the Jets for the AFC East title. Pennington should be in the Jets ring of Honor. I will always know that Pennington is better then Sanchez at quarteback. Go Jets


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#34 sirlancemehlot

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Posted 26 August 2013 - 11:42 PM

Yeah I never got the Pennington hate either.  It's like the Curtis Martin "he was just a compiler" detractors.  These were guys who worked hard, never slandered the team or their teammates.  Led by example, played hurt and had moments of greatness.  There are so many current and former Jets that you can pick to hate on and feel good and right doing so.  Picking on these guys just makes zero sense.  They'll always have my respect.


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Posted 27 August 2013 - 04:38 AM

Yeah I never got the Pennington hate either. It's like the Curtis Martin "he was just a compiler" detractors. These were guys who worked hard, never slandered the team or their teammates. Led by example, played hurt and had moments of greatness. There are so many current and former Jets that you can pick to hate on and feel good and right doing so. Picking on these guys just makes zero sense. They'll always have my respect.




Because Pennington and Martin were both flimsy imitations of the great players that other teams had. The neighbors owned a Ferrari, and we owned a Corolla painted the same color as a Ferrari. They were both reminders that our franchise has always been a cut-rate simulacrum of a real football team.
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Posted 27 August 2013 - 08:05 AM

Because Pennington and Martin were both flimsy imitations of the great players that other teams had. The neighbors owned a Ferrari, and we owned a Corolla painted the same color as a Ferrari. They were both reminders that our franchise has always been a cut-rate simulacrum of a real football team.

 

 

I say the following as someone who believed Martin was highly overrated by most Jets fans, but Martin was 10000x the player that Pennington was. 10000x the Warrior too, dude played how many straight games while Pussingnington never made it through  a season. Mentioning a yellow dirtbag like pennington and Martin in the same breath is an insult to our collective good sense.

 

All one needs to remember is how each reacted to that disgusting 2004 Pitts loss, Punkington was doing the macarena on field with his old MAC buddy Rothlisberger and Martin looked suicidal with the rest of Jets fans. 


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Posted 27 August 2013 - 08:45 AM

I say the following as someone who believed Martin was highly overrated by most Jets fans, but Martin was 10000x the player that Pennington was. 10000x the Warrior too, dude played how many straight games while Pussingnington never made it through  a season. Mentioning a yellow dirtbag like pennington and Martin in the same breath is an insult to our collective good sense.

 

All one needs to remember is how each reacted to that disgusting 2004 Pitts loss, Punkington was doing the macarena on field with his old MAC buddy Rothlisberger and Martin looked suicidal with the rest of Jets fans. 

 

 

BOOOM!!!! !

 

 

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Posted 27 August 2013 - 09:07 AM

Glad to see nothing has changed in Penny-boy's 5 years off of the team, as the Pro-Pennington mantra is still a bunch of vague comments, based mostly on unsupportable claims that often have little to do with his actual on-field performance.  As far as the Martin comparison goes, CTM said it better than I could ever hope to, so I'll save you a four paragraph diatribe on the matter and simply tip my hat to him.  I can accept the idea of some people thinking he was somewhat average, even if I may disagree, but the endless praise is completely unfounded.  All I ask is for anyone who feels the need to praise Pennington's leadership ability, is go back and re-watch the 2007 season.


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