Jump to content

  •  

Welcome to JetNation.com


Sign In  Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter

Create Account
Welcome to JetNation.com, your home for New York Jets talk. We are an independent site, which means we aren't affiliated with the NY Jets or SNY. The opinions here are never censored. We want you to join in on the conversation, but don't worry this is a simple and FREE process. Be apart of JetNation.com by signing in or creating an account. When you create an account, you can also opt to use your existing Facebook or Twitter login.
  • Start new topics and reply to others
  • Subscribe to topics and forums to get email updates
  • Get your own profile page and make new friends
  • Send personal messages to other members.
Also be sure to check us out on Facebook and Twitter.
 
Guest Message by DevFuse

Photo
- - - - -

NFL "rigging" Super Bowl


  • Please log in to reply
13 replies to this topic

#1 GM

GM

    I Like Ramen Noodles

  • Members
  • 4,110 posts

Posted 26 November 2008 - 06:40 PM

http://www.kansascit...ory/910341.html

NFL Preview - Denver (6-5) at N.Y. Jets (8-3)
By Lyle Fitzsimmons, Sports Network
The Sports Network

Conspirators...start your theories.

Lest anyone believe the New York Jets had gotten to their current level of AFC elite status based on actual on-field prowess, the National Football League on Tuesday afternoon began fatally tipping its hand toward an ultimately underhanded postseason objective.

An all-Gotham Super Bowl...with Jersey hero Bruce Springsteen as the crooning sideshow.

Anyway, amid the usual gaggle of stats and nuggets compiled to spoon-feed hungry reporters and TV analysts each week, the New York-based loop - that figures, huh? - included a Gang Green-related morsel no self-respecting football fan would ingest without a snicker.

Seems that Eric Mangini & Co., who through 11 games sit atop the conference's East Division with an 8-3 record, have been provided quite the easy road over the final five weeks as they attempt to secure both an unlikely playoff berth and an even more unlikely first-round bye.

Instead of a final-month gauntlet chock full of fellow division leaders and potential playoff counterparts, the J-E-T-S are on the verge of a closing third so non-threatening that it has all the requisite signs of interloping by higher-placed Manhattan powers-that-be.

Oh, did we mention the Giants are 10-1 and a clear favorite to repeat in the NFC?

While 7-4 conference-mate Baltimore faces a final leg with a won-loss record of 27-27-1 and fellow 8-3 off-week pursuer Pittsburgh looks down a 35-20 barrel to wrap up the schedule, the chosen ones in green and white have the AFC's third-easiest remaining trip at 23 up and 32 down.

The would-be challenges (wink, wink...) begin Sunday in East Rutherford, where New York - which, incidentally, won its lone world title 40 years ago this January - faces a Denver Broncos team that started its finishing kick with a 21-point home loss to the 2-8 Oakland Raiders.

Later tests will include woeful San Francisco (3-8), inept Seattle (2-9), slumping Buffalo (1-4 in its last five) and a visiting Miami team fresh off its own double-digit home loss and tenuously leaning on the late-season resuscitative powers of one Chad Pennington at quarterback.

Pittsburgh's trek, you ask?

How about...at New England (7-4), home with Dallas (7-4), at Baltimore (7-4), at Tennessee (10-1)

Still, in spite of the evidence, Mangini's playing it straight.

"I guess I look at it totally different," he said in Tuesday's New York Daily News. "I look at it as a five-game season and the next team. I know that's not flashy or exciting. I just think it's a long time to go before the end of the season. It's over a quarter of the season left, and so many things can happen."

The Broncos, meanwhile, hope at least some of those things turn out positive.
  • 0
Posted Image

#2 Larz

Larz

    High priest of Syrinx

  • Members
  • 18,454 posts

Posted 26 November 2008 - 06:48 PM

wow

people hating on the JETS

we must be legit :headbang:
  • 0
All that is gold does not glitter, Not all those who wander are lost; The old that is strong does not wither, Deep roots are not reached by the frost.

#3 CTM

CTM

    At least I'm not a snide little prick

  • Members
  • 28,457 posts

Posted 26 November 2008 - 06:58 PM

I can't figure out if this dickbag is serious or not. NFL matchups are set years in advance and the AFC east just happens to be lucky enough to be facing the two worst divisions in football this year - the AFC and NFC West..
  • 0
Posted Image

Yeah, I'm totally gay

So ****ing this dude. Unreal.


#4 Thai Jet

Thai Jet

    Climbing Chemical Dude

  • Members
  • 31,257 posts

Posted 26 November 2008 - 07:03 PM

Well they finally figured it out. Yup the Jets have been taking it up the butt hole the last 30 years just so we could be matched in the 2009 Super Bowl against the Giants. :roll:
  • 0
Summiting is optional - getting down is mandatory (Ed Viesturs) LA LAKERS - 16 TIME WORLD CHAMPIONS
ALABAMA . 15 time NATIONAL CHAMPIONS . ROLL TIDE !!

#5 Thai Jet

Thai Jet

    Climbing Chemical Dude

  • Members
  • 31,257 posts

Posted 26 November 2008 - 07:05 PM

I can't figure out if this dickbag is serious or not. NFL matchups are set years in advance and the AFC east just happens to be lucky enough to be facing the two worst divisions in football this year - the AFC and NFC West..

I hate it when we can't figure out if some dipsh*t is being sarcastic or just dumb as a stump. :biggrin:
  • 0
Summiting is optional - getting down is mandatory (Ed Viesturs) LA LAKERS - 16 TIME WORLD CHAMPIONS
ALABAMA . 15 time NATIONAL CHAMPIONS . ROLL TIDE !!

#6 Bugg

Bugg

    Of counsel whack job

  • Members
  • 14,967 posts

Posted 26 November 2008 - 07:09 PM

The NFL will print money on Super Sunday no matter who plays in the game.
  • 0
Objective-Glendale, Arizona

Super Bowl 49-February, 2015

#7 Fishooked

Fishooked

    ಠ_ಠ

  • Members
  • 2,655 posts

Posted 26 November 2008 - 07:41 PM

http://www.kansascit...ory/910341.html

NFL Preview - Denver (6-5) at N.Y. Jets (8-3)
By Lyle Fitzsimmons, Sports Network
The Sports Network

Conspirators...start your theories.

Lest anyone believe the New York Jets had gotten to their current level of AFC elite status based on actual on-field prowess, the National Football League on Tuesday afternoon began fatally tipping its hand toward an ultimately underhanded postseason objective.

An all-Gotham Super Bowl...with Jersey hero Bruce Springsteen as the crooning sideshow.

Anyway, amid the usual gaggle of stats and nuggets compiled to spoon-feed hungry reporters and TV analysts each week, the New York-based loop - that figures, huh? - included a Gang Green-related morsel no self-respecting football fan would ingest without a snicker.

Seems that Eric Mangini & Co., who through 11 games sit atop the conference's East Division with an 8-3 record, have been provided quite the easy road over the final five weeks as they attempt to secure both an unlikely playoff berth and an even more unlikely first-round bye.

Instead of a final-month gauntlet chock full of fellow division leaders and potential playoff counterparts, the J-E-T-S are on the verge of a closing third so non-threatening that it has all the requisite signs of interloping by higher-placed Manhattan powers-that-be.

Oh, did we mention the Giants are 10-1 and a clear favorite to repeat in the NFC?

While 7-4 conference-mate Baltimore faces a final leg with a won-loss record of 27-27-1 and fellow 8-3 off-week pursuer Pittsburgh looks down a 35-20 barrel to wrap up the schedule, the chosen ones in green and white have the AFC's third-easiest remaining trip at 23 up and 32 down.

The would-be challenges (wink, wink...) begin Sunday in East Rutherford, where New York - which, incidentally, won its lone world title 40 years ago this January - faces a Denver Broncos team that started its finishing kick with a 21-point home loss to the 2-8 Oakland Raiders.

Later tests will include woeful San Francisco (3-8), inept Seattle (2-9), slumping Buffalo (1-4 in its last five) and a visiting Miami team fresh off its own double-digit home loss and tenuously leaning on the late-season resuscitative powers of one Chad Pennington at quarterback.

Pittsburgh's trek, you ask?

How about...at New England (7-4), home with Dallas (7-4), at Baltimore (7-4), at Tennessee (10-1)

Still, in spite of the evidence, Mangini's playing it straight.

"I guess I look at it totally different," he said in Tuesday's New York Daily News. "I look at it as a five-game season and the next team. I know that's not flashy or exciting. I just think it's a long time to go before the end of the season. It's over a quarter of the season left, and so many things can happen."

The Broncos, meanwhile, hope at least some of those things turn out positive.


There's so many things wrong with that asswipe's article I dont know where to start.
  • 0

#8 Jet Moses

Jet Moses

    Banned

  • Banned
  • 7,475 posts

Posted 26 November 2008 - 07:44 PM

Yeah, I remember the "lock" that the Jets were gonna beat Denver in Denver.

#-o

The guy who wrote this is a jackass.
  • 0
The lie of seeing clothes where there were none amounted to a sophistication—joining oneself to an obvious falsehood in order to achieve social acceptance. -Shelby Steele

#9 NIGHT STALKER

NIGHT STALKER

    Franchise Player

  • Members
  • 8,184 posts

Posted 26 November 2008 - 08:05 PM

I hate it when we can't figure out if some dipsh*t is being sarcastic or just dumb as a stump. :biggrin:


He is a dip****. He's serious, but trying to be funny so no one thinks he's a dip****...we know better though.
  • 0

#10 flgreen

flgreen

    3rd Year Veteran

  • Members
  • 17,308 posts

Posted 26 November 2008 - 08:36 PM

He is a dip****. He's serious, but trying to be funny so no one thinks he's a dip****...we know better though.





NFL Preview - Denver (6-5) at N.Y. Jets (8-3)
By Lyle Fitzsimmons, Sports Network
The Sports Network

Conspirators...start your theories.




Nah, this is meant as a "tongue in cheek" conspiracy type contest.

Look at he bolded letters. "Conspirators...start your theories."

In that light it is really a funny article. I like it



  • 0

#11 Blackout

Blackout

    Circle Of Bosses

  • Members
  • 33,205 posts
  • Locationhome

Posted 26 November 2008 - 10:56 PM

Well they finally figured it out. Yup the Jets have been taking it up the butt hole the last 30 years just so we could be matched in the 2009 Super Bowl against the Giants. :roll:


sounds right
  • 0
The best radio host and Jets fan of all time: http://www.registerstar.com/multimedia/bruce_jacobs/ Go Jets and Celtics

#12 johnny green balls

johnny green balls

    Provocateur

  • Members
  • 8,268 posts

Posted 26 November 2008 - 11:26 PM

quite frankly, i wouldn't be enjoying this as much if people weren't hating. let em whine.
  • 0

#13 SMC

SMC

    Day-to-day

  • Members
  • 19,227 posts
  • LocationNYC

Posted 27 November 2008 - 12:21 AM

It definately a stunning achievement that the Jets were able to completely change their schedule for the last 5 games of the season.
  • 0
Posted Image

#14 sirlancemehlot

sirlancemehlot

    perpetual rookie

  • Members
  • 4,269 posts

Posted 27 November 2008 - 01:27 AM

He's not trying to be funny. He's a dill-hole. (it's always good to reference Beavis and Butthead--very topical, especially if you're prone to acid flashbacks.) I like how he stated that the poor steelers have to face both New England and Tennessee. Wow! Those poor Bastards! No way any team can beat both of those Juggernauts. Total Butt-wad.
  • 0




0 user(s) are reading this topic

0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users