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  1. I was just rewatching this and thought I'd share, because even though I mostly hate all of you I still spend more time taking to you than my real friends-- my wedding video from 8/1/15, if you can stand 7:30 minutes of mushy crap
    7 points
  2. Here's JiF, enticing Ape to come out of his tree house:
    6 points
  3. btw.. a good premise for a sitcom , jolly giant big fat guy, dooshy Mexican and narcissist gorilla driven by crippling insecurity all live on cul de sac together only thing missing would be a flirtatious twink running around in short shorts and a t-shirt bra serving leomenade and baked goods .. where can we find one of those?
    6 points
  4. Just stop talking, you started out well and now I can't even find a reason to tell people you're town. It is crystal clear he's trolling CTM. Are you new? Hey ****head, Nolder had the setup already and tossed this theme on top. Is there a part of that which remains unclear to you? I'm available on Fridays and every other Saturday.
    5 points
  5. the quoting on this board stinks as badly as one might imagine pac's fat, sweaty, swampy ass does after a night of deep fried bean and cheese burritos chased with a 5th of cheap tequila
    5 points
  6. Weighed in? Cute fur face.
    5 points
  7. Joe Namath from these picks alone has been the man for over five decades. Just Amazing!! Thanks to all!!
    5 points
  8. that play was bad but ultimately we won so it didn't hurt us. In my lifetime of watching the Jets: 1981- Todd picked off by Bill Simpson at the GL going in for the winning TD in the WC game 1982- Todd to Duhe 1993- Cary Blanchard missing 3 FGs at Buffalo 1994- fake spike 1997- Leon Johnson halfback pass/ray Lucas option pass at detroit 1998- Elway to McCaffery after we took the 10-0 lead in the title game 2000- John Hall missed chip shot vs. det 2002- INT at end of 3rd at oak in div rd 2004- doug brien 2008- Brett favre 2009- Manning to Austin Collie after we had taken a 17-6 lead 2010- the final Pitt 3rd down 2011- Victor Cruz 99 yds 2015- Fitz INT in EZ
    4 points
  9. Mrs Crusher and my honeymoon. That was 14 years ago. Damn I was in good shape back then. Hay wait!!!! There is Hess! I forgot he showed up.
    4 points
  10. ^ hired jane goodall vote Pac
    4 points
  11. When Brett was walking down the pier towards the water I was certain this would be waiting for him:
    4 points
  12. People just make stuff up!! I am Jets fan through and thorugh ... But Eli Manning has been nothing but a class guy since he has been in NY, the idea that we have to make stuff up to bring him down is preposterous!!! No one knows what Eli was thinking, not the reporters who started this and certainly no one out here on an internet message board!!! Good Grief!!!
    4 points
  13. To ruin everything?
    3 points
  14. The quoting system is so awful that I can't tell if this is you talking to yourself as a joke or if something got ****ed up
    3 points
  15. Dont take it too easy. Still have a couple people missing from a year ago after sliding through my lap and disappearing. If nothing else we will need to tie a safety cord around your ever slimming waist.
    3 points
  16. Spooty cakes is by far the mafia addition of the decade.
    3 points
  17. So how many did you have ORIGINALLY before you started eating them?
    3 points
  18. Looks a little bloated here. Seems legit.
    3 points
  19. Pac probably got a lot of enjoyment out of looking up that picture of that naked dude. "Action shot" for sure.
    3 points
  20. Dude, this is great. Whoever, you hired did an incredible job.... and my best advice to any young couple getting married is to spend good money on the right videographer. My wife and I got an average vendor, and got an average video (from a production standpoint). When it's all said and done, the video is the one thing you spend money on that you actually look back at the most. Wife looks beautiful, you don't look like as big a doosh as you act like... the venue and location was excellent. Thanks for sharing!
    3 points
  21. Wish we had a QB like this minus 2013 season. Year Team CMP% YDS TD INT Rating 2015 Giants 62.6 4,432 35 14 93.6 2014 Giants 63.1 4,410 30 14 92.1 2013 Giants 57.5 3,818 18 27 69.4 2012 Giants 59.9 3,948 26 15 87.2 2011 Giants 61.0 4,933 29 16 92.9
    3 points
  22. ^ will wear white at his wedding
    3 points
  23. I always thought this was a cool picture, as it was in high school
    3 points
  24. I think they'll eventually come to a 3/27 agreement with $12-14 garaunteed, cuttable by year 3.
    3 points
  25. verbie had a sex discovery operation. Didn't go well, doc's still don't have a ******* clue
    3 points
  26. Just an fyi, coming into the season, NFL players considered Sheldon the better player. Sheldon was 55 in the NFL Top 100 and Mo was 74.
    3 points
  27. Don't stop now! Love the momentum you're building
    3 points
  28. Here is an article I wrote in honor of one of my all-time favorite Jets: James Hasty All-Time Favorite Jets: James Hasty For the third installment in my, randomly ordered, All-Time Favorite Jets series, I am going to shift to the defensive side of the ball. In today’s up-tempo, wide-open game, in which the aerial assault is so heavily emphasized, the importance of a team’s defensive secondary is far more recognized than it was in the late 80’s and early 90’s. The game was a lot more balanced with an abundantly greater priority placed on the run game. These were still the days of Barry Sanders, Marshall Faulk, Emmitt Smith and Thurman Thomas, when the running backs carried the load and determined the outcome of games, more often than not. With the exception of names like Deion Sanders, Darrel Green and Rod Woodson, cornerbacks of that era did not garner the amount of credit that they earned covering superstars such as Jerry Rice, Michael Irvin, Cris Carter and Andre Reed. As a Jets fan during those years, I had the pleasure of watching James Hasty, who was as close to the definition of a shutdown corner as anyone to wear the green and white up until that time. Selected in the 3rd round of the 1988 NFL Draft, the Washington State University product started out his career with the Jets by recording five interceptions and three fumble recoveries along with 58 tackles in his rookie season. In his second year with the team, Hasty added another five interceptions, two fumble recoveries and 63 tackles as well as a touchdown. During his seven years with the Jets, Hasty totaled 24 INT’s, 18 FR’s and 491 tackles. They did not officially record passes defensed in his day, but if they did, the number would have been quite substantial. After the 1994 season, he moved on to the Kansas City Chiefs, where he worked alongside Dale Carter, forming one of the deadliest cornerback duos in the league. In six years with the Chiefs, Hasty recorded another 21 INT’s, 6 FR’s and 355 tackles, including a career-high 7 INT’s with two touchdown returns in 1999. He also added in ten quarterback sacks during his 13 seasons in the league. Over the course of his professional career, Hasty was selected to the Pro Bowl twice (1997 and 1999) and was named as an All-Pro in 1997. Prior to the days of Aaron Glenn, and more recently Darrelle Revis, patrolling the perimeters of the field, James Hasty was the man with the plan, shutting down the opposing teams’ top receivers. To accentuate his importance to the Jets at the time, he became the highest-salaried defensive back in the National Football League in 1993, when he signed a two-year contract worth close to $2 million a year. Miniscule by today’s lofty contract standards, that was more than Jets starting quarterback, Boomer Esiason, was making at the time and essentially equal to what Deion Sanders made in 1992. While he may not be considered to be one of the greatest cornerbacks in NFL history, Hasty was certainly among the best of his era and easily one of the best DB’s to ever lace up the cleats for the New York Jets. When Hasty was manning the cornerback position for the Jets, quarterbacks usually preferred to attack the other side of the field, as throwing towards #40 often led to incompletions and turnovers. I am not going to attempt to put him on the level of Revis, or even Aaron Glenn, but Hasty absolutely belongs in the conversation of the greatest Jets cornerbacks in the history of the franchise.
    2 points
  29. ok this is my last mo post the jets need to keep their best player, with the obvious exception of if he wants more than watt. turning him into 3 jags is dumb please tag him already !!!!!!!
    2 points
  30. Marcus Coleman. DB #42 because he was the intensity of the secondary in the early 2000s David Barrett. DB #36 because he had 2 ints in a playoff game vs Pitt Jim Leonhard. DB. #36 because he was the glue to the secondary in 2 Afc championship runs Brandon Marshall is slowly taking the current thrown. He hasn't just taken it. He's grabbed it and ran away with it. Nothing but good things to ever say about him. Scary to say but the Jets got the good Brandon. A mentally healthy Brandon. The best he's ever played in his career.
    2 points
  31. Good. I like this. We did well staying below the radar last year and everyone focusing on everyone else. Let the Cubs and the Giants worry about being in the headlines.
    2 points
  32. I mean sh*t, if i was nolder i'd have stuck me, ape and pac in there and put in each of our pm's that one of your neighbors is likely/possibly scum. Made us all town and watched in delight as we attacked each other incessantly in qt and thread lets all say it together... THIS IS A NULL TELL IN REGARDS TO ALIGNMENT
    2 points
  33. 2 points
  34. Cooties yes. Syphillis no.
    2 points
  35. It's like having a stronger armed Ryan Fitzpatrick, every season. Turnover prone, yes, but a gamer and a guy you can build around.
    2 points
  36. Dammit, **** you for beating me to this. Well done, though. OMG Klecko has been right all these years. You really do suck at this game. Vote: Pac
    2 points
  37. I was think maybe jif bought an office building and wanted to announce his presence to surrounding community
    2 points
  38. Here's Joe and a bunch of NFLers with some adorable kid.
    2 points
  39. Because the last loss to the Dolphins likely cost your team another SB
    2 points
  40. Saw it at the time and definitely got a laugh out of it, but that's all there is to it. Funny crap, but certainly nothing to take some sort of deeper meaning out of. Eli always looks like that when he's out on the field, whether throwing TDs or picks, so what do you expect?
    2 points
  41. The Internet is a strange place. All of a sudden people are trying to make sense of or rationalize the Manning face? The guy looks like he's constantly thinking about anime porn because he's Eli Manning. That's why. Guy's a weirdo to the umpteenth degree and always has been.
    2 points
  42. Looks like a life-size cardboard cutout of Eli.
    2 points
  43. 2 points
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