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  1. Because as we all know a smart businessman would rather have his team play in a poor, depressed, city that is losing more and more of its citizens and taxpayers each and every year than the second-biggest city and sports market in the United States. Yeah, maybe Tom Golisano will want to keep the team in New York so he can make another idiotic run for governor. Smart business. Hooray for..
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  2. btw Cutler was 17-30 for 188, 2 TDs, and 3 fumbles (one lost). When Mangini decides to play Clemens, I will support his decision. If Mangini starts CP next week, I'll support that, too.
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  3. Please dont lump me in with this crowd. Jets just didnt have it today. It happens, we had a **** game against the Lions. Season gos on, and your still in the playoff race, no reason for Jets fans to panic just yet.
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  4. hey willis21 I'am here to eat my crow but your team did surprise me with their heart i must say. But I still think that those two touchdowns in the beginning were fluke plays .but we lost ,so i do give your team credit for play away from home and playing a solid game oh yeah and jp did play pretty good
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  5. Heres to all you homers who thought we didn't have a chance against your so called offense.
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  6. the delay of game call worked out cause we got the ball right back and it's hard to be aggressive with throwing the ball down the field when the team you're playing is dropping 7 and still getting a good pass rush...
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  7. Sounds like the same argument that Herm-lovers used to justify keeping him instead of Mangini. Who the hell knows what Clemens is capable of? Maybe he'll be 10x worse than Ryan Leaf. What we do know is that Chad cannot do it. He has MORE than adequate receivers. He doesn't have the greatest running attack on earth (to say the least) but did you watch the game? Once again, teams stacked the run b/c they have no fear of Chad beating them deep. That works fine against Green Bay and Detroit. We will not and would not face such teams in the playoffs. Pennington forces his receivers to get first downs with their feet: 2-11-NYJ25(12:23) C.Pennington pass incomplete deep right to J.Cotchery. 3-11-NYJ25(12:23) (Shotgun) C.Pennington pass short left to C.Baker to NYJ 32 for 7 yards (K.Thomas, A.Youboty). 2-4-BUF30(2:19) C.Pennington pass short left to L.Coles pushed ob at BUF 14 for 16 yards (K.Simpson). 2-6-BUF10(1:14) (No Huddle) C.Pennington pass short middle to L.Coles for 10 yards, TOUCHDOWN. Penalty on BUF-K.Simpson, Defensive Pass Interference, declined. 3-11-BUF27(13:34) (No Huddle, Shotgun) C.Pennington pass short left to J.Cotchery pushed ob at BUF 12 for 15 yards (K.Simpson). 3-10-BUF12(11:07) C.Pennington pass incomplete short middle to J.Cotchery (L.Fletcher-Baker). 3-3-NYJ27(8:50) (No Huddle) C.Pennington pass short right to L.Coles pushed ob at 50 for 23 yards (K.Simpson). 3-9-BUF49(6:56) (Shotgun) C.Pennington pass short left to L.Washington to 50 for -1 yards (A.Schobel, L.Fletcher-Baker). 3-9-NYJ46(2:00) (Shotgun) C.Pennington pass intended for J.Cotchery INTERCEPTED by N.Clements at BUF 42. N.Clements for 58 yards, TOUCHDOWN. [well at least he threw it 14 yards in the air. Kudos.] 3-6-NYJ27(1:09) (No Huddle, Shotgun) C.Pennington pass short left to J.Cotchery to NYJ 37 for 10 yards (K.Thomas, A.Youboty). 2-10-BUF32(:35) (No Huddle, Shotgun) C.Pennington pass short left to L.Washington to BUF 28 for 4 yards (N.Clements). 1-10-NYJ12(5:09) C.Pennington pass short left to B.Smith to NYJ 16 for 4 yards (N.Clements, K.Thomas). 3-15-NYJ35(:45) (No Huddle, Shotgun) C.Pennington pass short left to S.Ryan to NYJ 43 for 8 yards (K.Thomas). 2-8-NYJ30(7:32) (No Huddle, Shotgun) C.Pennington pass short left to L.Washington to NYJ 34 for 4 yards (K.Ellison). 3-4-NYJ34(7:12) (No Huddle, Shotgun) C.Pennington pass short right to J.McCareins to NYJ 48 for 14 yards (K.Simpson). 1-10-NYJ48(6:32) (No Huddle, Shotgun) C.Pennington pass short middle intended for J.McCareins INTERCEPTED by L.Fletcher-Baker at BUF 40. L.Fletcher-Baker to BUF 41 for 1 yard (L.Coles, L.Washington). 1-10-NYJ18(5:01) (Shotgun) C.Pennington pass short left to L.Washington to NYJ 27 for 9 yards (A.Hargrove, A.Schobel). 2-1-NYJ27(4:34) (No Huddle, Shotgun) C.Pennington pass short left to C.Baker to NYJ 37 for 10 yards (K.Ellison, A.Youboty). 1-10-NYJ37(4:04) (No Huddle, Shotgun) C.Pennington pass short right to J.Cotchery pushed ob at NYJ 42 for 5 yards (N.Clements). 2-5-NYJ42(3:57) (No Huddle, Shotgun) C.Pennington pass incomplete short left to C.Baker. 3-5-NYJ42(3:52) (Shotgun) C.Pennington pass short middle to L.Washington to NYJ 46 for 4 yards (K.Ellison). As much as they rip on our players to have fun with it, every Pats fan on earth would drool to have Brady throwing to Coles & Cotchery instead of that ragamuffin bunch of nobodies he throws to. My personal favorite is when apologists like Can-o-zero suggest the reason for Pennington not putting up league-leading #'s is the lack of a deep threat. Coles is a deep threat. McCariens was a deep threat until Chad was his QB. Moss was a deep threat. He's had more deep threats than most QB's. Look above & actually watch the games & see what use he makes of WR's. He turns them into skinny TE's who then need to break tackles or otherwise run another 5-10 yards to get into the endzone or past the first-down marker. If you think we will play the 2-10 Packers or Lions every week including the playoffs & superbowl, then Chad's your man. We don't, we haven't, and we wouldn't & won't. Keep him as a backup next year & then get rid of him. His comeback was admirable, but he will never lead us to a superbowl. There will always be excuses as to why (his apologists never run short of excuses), but in the end we will again be watching someone else's teams in the superbowl as long as we have this guy and his sissy-arm & line calls & check-down's.
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  8. All we are saying is give Kellen a chance. This is actually not about Chad. It is about this season for the NY Jets. And how the results of this season never actually mattered. All along, this season has been about next year. We have a pretty good idea what Chad is all about. I think his arm will actually be better next year since he has been throwing since January. That is not the point. It the Jets win out and make the playoffs what does it matter? Nice story yes. But Mangini and Co are all about something bigger. In order to get there I think they should take a nice 3 game look at the kid. Give Kellen a shot. Regardless they can battle it out next training camp.
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