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  1. Played a lot of two hand touch in streets of Queens, New York. You know - buttonhook at the sewer, square out in front of the red car, stop and go at the fire hydrant. But I'm not intimidated by the ex-players on this forum who mixed it up with Percy Harvin and Aaron Glenn. Just try to learn from them....
    3 points
  2. After Wallace left, Sanders was clearly the #2 option behind Brown. He saw 112 targets last season and the closest behind him was Heath Miller with 40 less. You're right though, totally a 4th or 5th option.
    1 point
  3. Blake is on George's "list". lulz.
    1 point
  4. Ape, clearly Pac was hired out by JiF's company for landscaping prior to the event.
    1 point
  5. How bad do you have to have your FANBASE Bamboozled to convince them that the best thing for their franchise is to bring in one of the worst all-time starting high drafted QB's in NFL history, who's greatest attribute is being the #1 TOP TEN's worst highlight on ESPN for so long that they had to stop running the highlight, so another worst could be voted #1. That would be like the JETS trying to convince us JET fans that the best thing for this franchise is to sign RYAN LEAF, and bring back VERNON GHOLSTON.
    1 point
  6. Nah, I actually know that you're not, as I have since been informed by someone in the know. After finding out who, I will say I was probably right anyway.
    1 point
  7. i'm probably confused but why would sanchez restructure to facilitate a trade--isn't he better off getting cut and then picking from available options?
    1 point
  8. I don't see a trade happening because everyone in the league knows he will be a free agent at some point. The only hope is if you can engage Sanchez's people into the belief that if they restructure in conjunction with a trade, they can get matched up with someone who really wants him and get in the system before they move on to other options in the draft or free agency.
    1 point
  9. If ever another QB in this league reminds me of CHAD, its Sam Bradford. Sam obviously has a better arm than CHAD, but all the other qualities seem eerily similar. About the same size, smart, accurate, and a tad fragile.
    1 point
  10. The Jets have too many holes to fill, and no depth whatsoever. They can't afford to trade away multiple picks.
    1 point
  11. the redskins would take a do over because Shanahan played RG3 with a sprained knee and he ended up tearing his ACL. People forget just how good RG3 was as a rookie. If RG3 doesn't blow out his ACL it's debatable if they would take the do-over or not.
    1 point
  12. I cant believe how many liars on this board. 70 pro athletes? LIARS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    1 point
  13. If the Jets added Maclin and Sanders, I'd have a permabone untill we watched our QB miss them by 10 feet.
    1 point
  14. NY Jets interested in free agent wide receivers Jeremy Maclin, Emmanuel Sanders Gang Green not likely to go after Broncos' Eric Decker, may also pursue drafting wideouts if free agent plan falls through, but Maclin and Sanders remain coveted by Gang Green. BY MANISH MEHTA / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2014, 2:00 AM Two months after the Jets’ celebratory locker room scene in Miami punctuated Rex Ryan's return for at least one more season, the team's brain trust has started targeting free agents to upgrade a lackluster offense. The Daily News has learned that the
    1 point
  15. They are going to draft a QB at some point. He will be on the roster. Simms will not. He stinks.
    1 point
  16. Don't listen to Hess. He's an insane person. Us getting Sam Bradford is the equivalent of Manti Te'o having a real girlfriend.
    1 point
  17. To be fair, BG is incredibly old and frail, so he's pretty much really scared of everything.
    1 point
  18. but he threw a racial slur at a rookie team mate. he's no good. we do not need this cheap talent at a position of need on the jets. the jets need to keep drafting developmental olineman to start and protect our developmental rookie qb, that's how things work around here
    1 point
  19. Are there any left on the Patriots?
    1 point
  20. He's the only guy on the team that scores, was one of the top kickers in the NFL, and for a team that has an offensive philosophy built around kicking field goals it would be a mistake not to resign him. I am told he wants to be a Jet
    1 point
  21. The difference between Vick and Hernandez is the Patriots released Hernandez out of his contract soon after his arrest but before he was incarcerated. The Falcons kept Vick under contract even through his incarceration allowing them to utilize the forfeitable salary provisions within the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA). The NFL already provided the Patriots salary cap relief by allowing Hernandez's guaranteed 2013-14 season salary (about $2.5 million) to be voided under "conduct detrimental to the league" although the Patriots did not release him under the conduct portion of his
    1 point
  22. More like apples to mangosteens. If I am not mistaken, the Falcons did not get relief until Vick had a contract with the Eagles. My point is, you take your chances with players and this includes ineptitude, injuries, legal problems, alien abductions, etc. It is all baked into the decision process on the part of the organizations. There shouldn't be exceptions or special dispensation made for bad decisions or bad luck.
    1 point
  23. I sympathize with Kraft to an extent. It's bad enough this scumbag got fronted all these millions of his money and won't play again because of his off-field acts. Then the Pats not being able to use additional $ on others is insult to injury. But it's also too f*cking bad. It is quite simple: They paid money to Hernandez. All money paid to a player must come off the team's salary cap. Leon Bender counted against the Raiders' cap after he died and the league told Davis to stick it in his ear. This isn't the first time Kraft has tried this. He also filed the same protest with the l
    1 point
  24. I am not a big tinfoil hat guy but if this happens then the NFL is in bed with Kraft/thePats. The kid had all kinds of red flags coming out of college and they chose the draft him anyway. who fault is that? While they are at it can we get come cap relief for Goodson if he goes up north?
    1 point
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  26. You have to consider that perhaps people are using very loose definitions of the words "professional" and "sports" (not to mention "have", "you", and "played"). So when you consider that, if you would excuse me, I have to go submit my "yes" vote.
    1 point
  27. Not too keen on Sanders since Holmes is from the Steelers and was in a similar situation; I'd prefer Maclin since he has experience with Mornhinweg. I'd rather have either of them over Holmes though since they'd be more productive, and come cheaper as well.
    -1 points


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