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  1. this is like the gag reel from the bonus content section of the blu ray.
    4 points
  2. You can't catch more balls than are thrown to you. There's a philosophical difference in how Munchak wants his offense run vs how Sean Payton, Trestman and McCoy do with their respective teams. Of course Sproles, Forte and Woodhead will have more receptions when they have 30-40+ more targets. You have to look at what the players do with the ball once they get it and Johnson is pretty dangerous in space.
    3 points
  3. I think this was Idzik's plan all along in regards to Johnson. Have him sit around and wait to drive the price down. He knew that teams like the Browns or the Dolphins couldn't make a play for them since they already signed a running back, so he sat back and waited so the price would come down. Just for perspective, if Idzik does get Johnson he would have signed the best WR available, the best QB available, and the best RB available during this free agency period. There were a lot of people freaking out during this free agency period, but if the beginning of the free agency you were told (
    3 points
  4. Thats what a smart GM does. Always.
    2 points
  5. I am not here to defend Johnson or what he does with his money but you should at least know your facts if you want to judge. The 9 billion you refer to is not his. He has his own money. It is a trust set up to generate income for the purpose of providing training and research in healthcare. His trust is the largest philanthropy focused solely on health. The foundation's goal, through the use of grants, is to improve the health and healthcare of all Americans. The foundation has $9.2 billion in assets, generating grants approaching $400 million a year. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation mak
    2 points
  6. The owners of the Jets and the Giants were primarily interested in two things when building the new stadium: greatly improved and increased capacity in the luxury boxes, and having locker rooms sized exactly the same. The experience for the average fan was an afterthought - if it was thought about at all. The Jets signing on to Giants Stadium II just perpetuates the team's second class status. An equally crappy stadium in Queens with green seats that the Jets could've called their own would've been infinitely better.
    2 points
  7. That's would be like my first weeks itinerary in Hell.
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  8. It's April, and I'm waiting to go out and get some wings and beer with the wife, and bored. I'm always a sunshiner until the season starts, so I thought I'd put together what must happen for the Jets to be an impact team this year. Lets start with what figures to be the strength of the Jets team.. Defense CB's Miliner must stay healthy and play for 16 games the way he played the last four in 2013. Kid has a lot of talent, and I think this is very possible. Patterson has to play, as he did for a while last year, at the top of his talent. Don't think Patterson is a gre
    1 point
  9. Check out my complete 7 round mock draft including video highlights and analysis http://www.bradgameday.com/2014/04/jets-2014-7-round-mock-draft-with-video-and-analysis-of-each-player-jets-should-take-michigan-state-cb-darqueze-dennard-in-first-round.html
    1 point
  10. AP Fifty-one years ago Tuesday, the New York Titans scrapped their old name and unveiled a new one: the Jets. Club president / CEO Sonny Werblin made the call, with the positioning of home field Shea Stadium between Idlewild and LaGuardia Airports one key element in the decision, according to the club. For the 1963 season, the Jets had an airplaneemblazoned on their helmets before changing the look the next year. And that wasn’t all for key franchise decisions made on April 15, 1963. The Jets hired their only Super Bowl-winning coach in their history, tabbing ex-Colts coach Weeb Ewbank as he
    1 point
  11. breaking news--at dinner idzik asked CJ to "fill up on bread" before ordering...
    1 point
  12. You overrate how rare he is as an athlete. That's half the problem.
    1 point
  13. Actually, I was responding to the post that you responded to. My fingers hit the wrong button. My bad.
    1 point
  14. I'll take him. He'd love NY, we got 3 major airports
    1 point
  15. Looks like some talent available in round 3 for TE's, and possibly a safety at 2, might be some value there, as far CB, I'll give rex a late 6th rounder and the seventh round pick for his CBs. Sorry Rex, no corner drafted high this year, you blew in the past.
    1 point
  16. When I first read this I thought it was fagus
    1 point
  17. And with the exception of a shorter commute in/out for some, I can't see how anyone liked watching the game from inside Shea better than either Giants Stadium or MetLife. What a freaking shthole, and because of the shape of a baseball stadium there really aren't any amazing seats. Even LL 50 yard line seats you're so much farther from the action than in a real football stadium. So it's an improvement from Shea, or had they worked out a deal to co-occupy Citi Field (which wouldn't have enough seats anyway). Would have been cool if they built their own place in that area, though, and with a
    1 point
  18. I don't like it as much. You're farther from the action due to the incline being steeper. I think it's ugly. Corridors of unpainted/unfinished cinderblocks. Parking is very difficult. Traffic flow stinks, particularly going east to/through the city after the game. You have to drive in a big mess, or if you want to take public transportation it's a massive wait to get onto the train with lots of pushing where we're like a giant herd of cattle. Then when you finally DO get onto a train, you have to go backwards to Secaucus and then transfer onto another train. That's jus
    1 point
  19. clue in CJ's latest tweet? "Hey to everyone who is wondering where I'm going n y it's taking so long. I'm taking my time n weighing all my options before I make my decision." "and why" or "new york"?
    1 point
  20. Physical not standard procedure unless the framework of a contract are in place. You don't just go take physicals everytime you visit a facility...there is usually a contractual framework already set up, pass the physical and then you get signed...usually. LL
    1 point
  21. OMG - I'm so embarrassed...what is everyone going to say about us? I wont be able to show my face in public. This is the worst thing ever!!!!!!!!!!
    1 point
  22. How the **** can he fill the "Ladainian" role? How on earth do you expect Charley Casserly to butcher the pronunciation of Chris Johnson?
    1 point
  23. I think we should draft him in the second round if he falls to us. He is worth a chance on a second rounder.
    1 point
  24. We have always had a guy that can receive handoffs and make negative plays.
    1 point
  25. This is not a serious question.
    1 point
  26. Garbage twisters yes! I also remember OJ Simpson getting hit with snowballs as he went over 2000 yds for the season.
    1 point
  27. 54 years old. Another one gone young and I'm sure he was a big part of the childhoods of a lot of posters here, including mine. Made his return to Raw only 24 hours before and amazingly spoke about death. RIP, may he rest in parts unknown.
    1 point
  28. Chris Johnson was met with a very cold market, as have all running backs this off-season, he's most likely not going to get a huge contract. He is also not going to be asked to be a feature back, it's very much akin to the LT singing a handful of years ago. You really just seem to look for things to complain about don't you?
    1 point
  29. He won't be brought in to be a great player, he will be here to be a complimentary player and will be paid as such. No one is expecting him to be the workhorse, just to be lightning to Ivory's thunder.
    1 point
  30. From the mid1970s unilt now the Jets did not have to advertise at all to sell every ticket. And now they are running ads on TV and radio all the time. Some brilliant businessman.
    1 point
  31. A relative works for one of the Mara businesses. In fairness there have been several instances of knucklheaded behavior like a fight with a n Eagles fan on the NYSE floor. But moslty they stay in the background. And I personally met Jon Tisch one afternoon during the aftermath of Sandy. May be he is a monster(really it was but one moment) but on this occasion anyway he could not have been nicer to my Mom and put a smile on her face if only for a moment during a horrible time.None of these people feel compelled to be nearly as out front and bigmouthed as Johnson.Having a pile of money and some
    1 point
  32. Also the jets are second class because the giants have won 4 Super Bowls and the jets 0 since they've been co tenants. The ******* stadium they play in has nothing to do with that. Before 1986 that term was never heard of. The giants used to be long time doormats.
    1 point
  33. Thanks, typically do more reading than posting, but will try to post some more, especially when there is more things to talk about
    1 point
  34. Frankly I think those referring to Johnson as an idiot, dope etc should look in the mirror and assess their own accomplishments, contributions to society etc. I get that Johnson was born with a platinum spoon, has not brought our team to the promised land etc but the team has been better since he took over and now with Idzik running things I think we will see continued improvement. Back to Johnson, I have a hard time hating on a guy who's philanthropic record is unsurpassed by anyone in providing training, medicine and healthcare for the benefit US citizens. He has a 9 billion dollar trust t
    1 point
  35. Alex, What are "Things People Will Never Say to Tom Shane!"
    1 point
  36. At long last: DRAMA! Weeeeeeeeeeew!
    1 point
  37. I'm not crying, it's just been raining on my face.
    1 point
  38. We can't all drag our knuckles on the ground like you xD You shoulda gone after my noob bunt though. Hey, give me some credit. Why do you think I mind-controlled Ape into shooting you?
    1 point
  39. Someone in the PAC household better hurry up and blend your dinner. You're cranky.
    1 point
  40. If this thread was a horse they'd shoot it.
    1 point
  41. I can't call you names. You played too well. I'll just accept whatever insults you'd like to toss my way. Fag.
    1 point
  42. Nothing should be allowed to be printed or said by anyone news outlet unless the source is named.
    1 point
  43. Yes, I never shut up about it. See that little speck of green on LI? That's the only county in the country that prefers the Jets. Would've been nice to keep training camp here.
    1 point
  44. This is all a lot more words than "Geno Smith"
    1 point
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    1 point


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