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  1. 65 points
    Hey guys, its been a little while since posting. Earlier this year moved out of my parents house into my own house, and in between re-painting EVERY ROOM but 2, I have been hard at work on my den which has become my Jets Man Cave. I'm really happy with how this has turned out. I had a rough idea of how I wanted to do things, but it became like a puzzle and all the pieces began falling place. There's a lot of depressing stuff going on right now, so i'm hoping to provide a little relief unveiling it off to the rest of my JetNation friends The first part is what you see when you come down the stairs. Some figures, foam fingers, and some pictures. On the wall is a pic of my dad and I at both of our first game, 2008 Jets Vs Rams. 47-3 Final score Jets W. Got to see Brett Favre play his best game as a Jet. Only game without an interception, and the only thing Jets fans boo'd about was not going for a FG at the end for 50 points. This was still the largest margin of victory as well. Also pictured is me with Sam at last years training camp, a Mark Gastineau signed photo and a Joe Namath Silver Ink signed photo Next as you turn into the den a few framed jerseys and card display. The Sheldon Richardson is a signed Game Used Jersey from his rookie year when he won Defensive Rookie of the Year and a Sack Exchange jersey signed by all 4 members of the sack exchange Behind the sectional is my bobble head collection over the years from games as well as purchases Zooming out is a couple more framed Jerseys: A Game used Jeremy Kerley(from when he scored his first NFL touchdown), and a Boomer Esiason game used signed jersey. Boomer Esiason is the reason I became a Jets fan when I was younger(My dad was an Eagles fan, and I wanted my own team to root for, so I took the Jets because they were Green like the Eagles, and Boomer was the coolest name int he world to a 5 year old kid) This is my favorite piece in my collection. Around the corner is my professionally framed Joe Namath Signed jersey, a Boomer Pennant as well as a card display that has all Boomer, Darnold, and Joe Namath Autographs, Patches, or jersey cards. In front of the sectional is the jumbo 82 inch TV, and framed Wayne Cherbet and Curtis Martin signed jerseys. The Martin has the HOF inscription. And on the last wall is the rest of my collection. Some stuff on this wall: Darnold, Namath, Esiason, and Maynard signed Mini Helmets Signed team footballs from 09-19 one each year for training camp(I purchased the one from 2011 with the lockout, but aside form that all the sigs were acquired by me on the team balls) Mark Sanchez signed football that was for season ticket holders(purchased on eBay) with the new stadium on it Mark Sanchez sweatband from Training camp Santonio Holmes signed Photo Some custom McFarlane figures Mini Helmets on the top Other collectibles And then another card display of autographs or patches Some close ups of the jerseys: And another angle of the room to show off some mini pennants across the beam:
  2. 31 points
    The Jeremy Kerley jersey really brings the whole room together.
  3. 30 points
    This "Is Darnold any good" narrative is really starting to chip away at my ability to enjoy this team (ikr) and the NFL... It's become such a snowflake sport in both media and the audience forums... He was a 20 year old rookie in his first year and played behind the worst Oline with no WRs in yr2.... what does one reasonably expect? Is his talent Salvageable?.. Fck you, Fck your wife, fck your kids, fck your job, fck your golf game, and fck that sh*t eating dog you love so much.
  4. 28 points
    Hey guys, Just wanted to let you all know that you will begin to see some posts from a new poster with the name @preteenbean here on JN. This die hard Jets fan happens to be my 12 yr old son. I finally cracked and allowed the kid who has been asking me to come on here since he was 7 years old to become a JN poster. lol He has been looking forward to this day in what feels like his whole life. Do me a favor try and keep an eye on him and try to temper some of the ire for what might end up being misinformed opinions. he hangs out with me all day after all. I'll just get this out now. He's a huge Darnold and... Jamal Adams fan @Maxman help me out hahaha Thanks everyone.
  5. 24 points
    You gotta love Nike saying the name Redskins is unacceptable while they pay slave wages in sweat shops in third world countries.
  6. 23 points
  7. 19 points
    He's reminding everyone that the average NFL career is 3 years long, but he wants a long-term deal at a high salary.
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  9. 19 points
    So, just so I'm getting this right... Gase didn't want to give Le'Veon Bell a big contract and wanted the money spent elsewhere. Gase hated Maccagnan and, ultimately, got him axed. Gase fined Quincy Enunwa for not telling anyone that he wasn't showing up to his rehab day. Gase doesn't want to pay a SS 20 million dollars per year. Gase doesn't think Maye is very good (he's not *at least as a FS*) Why do we hate Gase again? None of this sounds bad to me.
  10. 19 points
    He should post all the times that he dogged a route (Jacksonville immediately comes to mind), pouted that he didn't get the ball, slowed down on a deep pass causing it to be overthrown (twice in Week 1 of last year), didn't high point a ball, or just flat out dropped it (54.2% career catch rate) F*ck that illiterate goober. If he doesn't like being missed on deep passes, I hope he enjoys Teddy "2 yard per pass attempt" Bridgewater (who, for the record, I love) because the deep ball has never been, and never will be, Teddy's game.
  11. 19 points
    Cherry on top: "Expected points added per dropback" was a "stat" literally made up by someone on Reddit. I personally posted in the thread he announced his findings in. For what it's worth that "stat" had Josh Allen below Sam and right between Mitch Trubisky and Blake Bortles in everything except rushing EPA/DB in 2019. I'm not a Josh Allen fan, but you can't tell me with a straight face that you'd rather have Trubisky and Bortles over Josh Allen and Daniel Jones. Look, If Sam sucks, he sucks. If he improves, he improves. That's it. There were tons of "alarming" things pointed out and written about Lamar Jackson after his rookie year, and he just improved and won a unanimous MVP award. There is no need for pseudo-analytics from random Redditors to make a point. The good ones rise to the occasion and the bad ones flop. Time will tell what happens with Sam.
  12. 17 points
    Man the people who hate Sam act as if the NE game is the only game he played and place MUCH bigger value on that performance than all others. It's annoying.
  13. 16 points
    https://www.nfl.com/news/analysts-best-career-decisions-signing-with-jets-joining-lions Analysts' best career decisions: signing with Jets, joining Lions Our NFL Network analysts dedicated years to perfecting their craft and becoming the best players they could during their careers, navigating difficult decisions along the way. What were the best decisions they made? What were their biggest regrets? Nine analysts reflect on their time in the NFL and reveal the best decision they made during their careers.Check back Tuesday to read about their biggest regrets. LaDainian Tomlinson (San Diego Chargers, 2001-09; New York Jets, 2010-11): In 2009, a lot of people thought I was done after recording a career-low 730 rushing yards for the San Diego Chargers. The following offseason, I knew it was time to leave San Diego and start a new chapter in my career. The best decision I could have made was signing with the New York Jets at that time. I was able to bounce back with a good season. I helped my team get to the AFC Championship Game. I was featured in a national commercial. That season justified my decision to join Rex Ryan and the Jets -- forgoing a deal with Minnesota -- and that was a great feeling.
  14. 16 points
    Thank GOD we didn’t draft Mahomes!! We would have had to spend all that money on the best QB in the NFL by far!! Now we are free to draft guys who should be UDFA freely!! KC those suckers!!
  15. 16 points
    Hellooooo Sent from my iPad using JetNation.com mobile app
  16. 16 points
    If he wasn't a massive idiot, he wouldn't have been undrafted. He has absolutely no one to blame but himself.
  17. 15 points
  18. 15 points
    I was feeling pretty good about things until last week. Not a political statement here... But if states in the South handled things like NY & NJ.... we wouldn’t be heading backwards now.
  19. 15 points
  20. 14 points
    Always enjoy celebrating the 4th in England. The look I got from my 7-year-old this morning when I explained to her that we celebrate the 4th because Daddy's country beat Mommy's country at war was priceless.
  21. 14 points
    I wish I can change his name to Vincent.
  22. 13 points
  23. 13 points
    Saw an article about the Jets keeping him. Makes sense as we're not at the cap. Always good to have good players. Mosely stays healthy Jets will have one of the best LB cores in the league.
  24. 13 points
    We're all very different people. We're not Watusi. We're not Spartans. We're Americans, with a capital 'A', huh? You know what that means? Do ya? That means that our forefathers were kicked out of every decent country in the world. We are the wretched refuse. We're the underdog. We're mutts! Here's proof: his nose is cold! But there's no animal that's more faithful, that's more loyal, more loveable than the mutt. Who saw "Old Yeller?" Who cried when Old Yeller got shot at the end?...Nobody cried when Old Yeller got shot? I'm sure...I cried my eyes out. So we're all dogfaces, we're all very, very different, but there is one thing that we all have in common: we were all stupid enough to enlist in the Army. We're mutants. There's something wrong with us, something very, very wrong with us. Something seriously wrong with us - we're soldiers. But we're American soldiers! We've been kicking ass for 200 years! We're 10 and 1! Now we don't have to worry about whether or not we practiced. We don't have to worry about whether Captain Stillman wants to have us hung. All we have to do is to be the great American fighting soldier that is inside each one of us. Now do what I do, and say what I say. And make me proud. Happy Independence Day!
  25. 13 points
    methinks many of you care way too much about the twatter musings of a 24 year old. I don't care what Jamals favorite color is, or his favorite movie, or how he responds to degenerates bashing him on Twitter. I care about how he plays... and he plays like a 2 time all pro future HOF bound player. the rest of it is for the Bravo channel and Perez Hilton types.
  26. 13 points
    The kid has the speed and now works on his route I can’t wait till I see his improvement.
  27. 13 points
    I think your Jets memorabilia collection is worth more than my retirement account.
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  29. 13 points
    I didn't know we were holding hypothetical injuries against players now. "Besides the knee, and the Mono, Sam wouldn't have played if he took a bullet to the chest!" You mocking anyone defending a player with your track record, going back to JI, is laughable. Do we need to bring up Gholston or D-Slob in this thread? We can do that if you'd like. Yeah let's do that because, quite frankly, I'm sick and tired seeing Jets fans get ripped on by other "Jets fans" because *GASP* they root for their QB to do well and want to defend him: Gholston D-Slob Lastly, if you can't recognize that the talent we've put around Sam since drafting him is an issue, you don't have 2 functional eyeballs.
  30. 12 points
    Manish is the beat writer equivalent of Jamal Adams. An adult should take away his ability to post sh*t
  31. 12 points
    @Gastineau Lives has a lightly-worn Jamal Adams jersey he’s looking to move. It’s an authentic, but it reeks of Drakkar Noir. $50 obo.
  32. 12 points
    In Robby's situation, I don't think either side owes anyone anything. Robby could have just decided to not be a total f*ck up in college and he would have, likely, been drafted. The Jets still took a shot on a totally stupid person in the hopes they could get a good player out of it. Nobody had to offer Robby anything, especially with how his collegiate career went. They could have easily passed on him as an UDFA too. On the other side of it, Robby got his sh*t together (somewhat) and gave the team great value. Kudos to him for that. That all being said, don't b*tch about being undrafted when you have no one else to blame for that other than yourself.
  33. 12 points
    Cameron Clark steps in for an injured Alex Lewis and starts his 10 year run as a starting guard.
  34. 12 points
    I believe in Darnold. Good QB, terrible team. Hopefully we see it this year with the triage Joe D did on the OL and with the WR corps. I have a legitimate amount of optimism, cautious as it may be. I'll say this: if the Jets are even sniffing the playoffs this year, it's not the defense people are gonna be talking about; it'll be Sam. And you naysayers? Find your own ****ing bandwagon, you're not welcome on mine.
  35. 11 points
    I'll take you out of your misery right now NFL insider notes: Cowboys have spent the least on payroll since 2016 OK, are you ready? Here are the actual bottom spenders, culled from NFLPA salary numbers, over that span (rounded to the nearest thousand). Cowboys: $634,379,000 Texans: $646,479,000 Bills: $648,442,000 Colts: $654,999,000 Chargers: $658,299,000 Ravens: $678,220,000 Browns: $687,708,000 Anyone see those cheap as balls Johnson and their team on this list? I bet no one expected the cheapie is JJones. Maybe someone can stop whining now. This has been repeated too many times and has always been wrong
  36. 11 points
    He's a mind reader with 2 more interceptions than me in 46 games
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  38. 11 points
    So, a woman doesn't currently live in this house, correct?
  39. 11 points
  40. 11 points
    'Educate yoself before you automatically solidified by some mofo and have to skeet in they wife eye"
  41. 11 points
    Its funny They took a chance when no one else wanted him and helped develop him. Now hes getting 20 million over two yrs Who won that situation?
  42. 11 points
    As always people only have 2 extreme takeaways. 1. Either Darnold is trash and a 20 yr old QB was supposed to turn this franchise around with a bunch of UPS drivers blocking for him, and since he hasn't he is garbage. Or 2. Darnold is a top 5 QB in hiding and when all the stars align he will be Rodgers outside the pocket and Manning inside the pocket. And as usual both takes are ridiculously stupid. Darnold set a record before either throwing a football in a regular season game, he was the youngest QB to start EVER. It's almost like that doesn't cound for anything? I get we gave up alot to draft him but TBH it was the right move. When you have a chance to draft a FQB you do it. And that is what Darnold is, a FQB. Only QB that would have thrived the past 2 seasons on the Jets would have been Wilson, Rodgers, and maybe a few others. Only because Wilson and Rodgers have had to overcome poor offensive talent and or injuries more than most QB's in the NFL. I can't wait for Darnold to have a fair playing field so he can shut up all you lame ass naysayers up. Bottom 3 OLine and Bottom 5 WR's and TE's, with basically no run game and what many he consider to be a sh*tty coach. But yeah you're right it's all Darnold's fault.
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  44. 11 points
    Bill Barnwell has written about his struggles with depression, and body image. He lost 125 pounds in 2015.[20][21] He is a fan of the New York Giants, but acknowledges that he also "worships" Tom Brady.[22]
  45. 11 points
    <November, as I’m snake-crawling in my gas mask through a burning CVS to recover a bottle of peroxide and steal some antibiotics to treat an infected leg wound I got in the famed Raid on FOB Norwalk, where our makeshift militia group overwhelmed a National Guard unit and acquired a generator for our tent village under the I-95 overpass near Stamford>: Me: Oh I can attend the Jets-Bills this weekend if I sign a waiver? <Fires an arrow at a gaunt dog eating some beef jerky in the ravaged Jerky Aisle in CVS, striking it in the neck, excited at the prospect of adding the fur and protein to our diminishing stockpiles, only to be sad when a Bengal Tiger, escaped from Beardsley Zoo, sprints out of the stockroom to claim my kill> Me: Pretty crazy that President of The Sovereign Northern Americas Commonwealth (SNAC) Woody Johnson was able to get football back so soon. Things are really getting back to norm... <Flaming zombie falls through the ceiling tiles and bites hard into my neck>
  46. 11 points
  47. 10 points
    His fragile psyche wouldn't have been able to handle last season's adversity in such a massive market. He'd be a shattered and broken man, Neil O'Donnell, basically. SAR I
  48. 10 points
    Jamal farted today Thoughts? WTF is wrong with him saying this? Hes explaining why players want to be paid. Why would this be a reason to move anyone? Another Jamal has to go thread....
  49. 10 points
    So, we're all just going to ignore the innuendo of "pre-teen bean?" That's how we're going to play this?
  50. 10 points
    I can feel my brain growing every day, just like mekhi becton’s butt! Sent from my iPad using JetNation.com mobile app


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