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    I was in the USMC stationed in Viet Nam, Quang Tri Province.

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  1. Thanks for posting, Betty, you're one of the few I know I'll enjoy reading. What with the twin OL deficits (McGovern and Rotten) it's hard to imagine much improvement. I suppose THIS is the very definition of a coach having to make bricks w/o straw.
  2. Nice post....I'm a couch potato but none the less you've summed up my feelings as well. My main concern/complaint is that if these a$$holes can't figure out a way to keep Zack from getting killed out there then he will become broken just as Mark was broken.
  3. "Forget it, Jake. It's Chinatown" means "you can't change things, it's the way things are and the way they will be, regardless of how much you tilt at windmills. The line is about the futility of fighting injustices and darkness in the world.
  4. I think this is at the heart of the matter as well. Nice post.
  5. Stephen Russo offers 10 thoughts after the Jets’ Week 3 loss to the Broncos. This team has been given the absolute lowest bar to clear and through 3 games, they’ve failed to get even an inch over it. You are following up the worst coach in NFL history, that not only lost games in historically bad fashion, but was also unanimously hated by every Jets fan in the world. The Jets have a GM we can get behind, a Head Coach that brings intelligence, fire and excitement to a starving fan base, and a rookie QB who looks the part and can sling the pigskin, and yet they are failing yet again. We kne
  6. I love it when things get humorously absurd.
  7. In my role as devil's advocate, I'll argue that we beat NE with Sam under center.
  8. 3 New England Patriots strengths that will cause the NY Jets problems The New York Jets need to neutralize these 3 New England Patriots strengths to come out on top in Week 2 at MetLife Stadium. By Michael Nania 09/18/2021 1. Mac Jones’s passing from a clean pocket Mac Jones has looked like a veteran pocket passer early in his NFL career. When given a clean pocket to operate from, he can be dangerous. The New York Jets cannot let that happen. In Week 1, Jones posted an adjusted completion percentage (which accounts for drops, throwaways, batted passes, etc.) of 91.7%
  9. 1. Shrinking draft class: Joe Douglas' first NFL draft as general manager in 2020 produced one Hall of a result -- and that's not meant as a compliment. There's a chance on Sunday that only one player from that nine-man draft class -- cornerback Bryce Hall -- is active for the Jets' home opener against the New England Patriots (1 p.m. ET, CBS). That is absolutely crushing for a franchise in the midst of major rebuilding. This isn't a sweeping indictment of Douglas' ability as a talent evaluator, as four of the nine picks are on injured reserve -- tackle Mekhi
  10. By John B Sep 15, 2021 One of the biggest influences on Robert Saleh through his rise as a defensive coach in the NFL has been Pete Carroll. Saleh worked an entry level job for Carroll as a Seahawks defensive quality control coach from 2011 through 2013. His tenure coincided with the rise of Seattle’s iconic Legion of Boom. The Jets cannot run the exact same defense at the exact same level as those Seattle teams. They lack the star power throughout the roster at the moment and don’t have a secondary full of Hall of Fame talent. Still you can see broad phil
  11. NY Jets’ young cornerbacks post staggering numbers in 2021 debut The New York Jets' young cornerbacks combined to enjoy an impressive 2021 debut against the Carolina Panthers' tough wide receivers. By Michael Nania 09/14/2021 New York Jets’ cornerbacks stand out in season opener The most maligned position group on the New York Jets‘ roster throughout the offseason was easily the cornerback unit. Joe Douglas and company elected not to invest any premium assets into one of the team’s weakest positions, opting to bet on a bevy of young players who were either drafted on the
  12. NY Jets panic meter: Zach Wilson is chill, whereas defense is another deal The New York Jets panic meter is skyrocketing after a Week 1 loss to the Carolina Panthers, but Zach Wilson is one who deserves chill status. By Robby Sabo 09/14/2021 Keep the panic minimal after the NY Jets’ Week 1 loss Again? Really? Yes, again. It’s happened yet again for the New York Jets and their diehard fans who flocked to Carolina this past weekend. Again, in that their team couldn’t match the hype, ultimately falling by a 19-14 final to the Carolina Panthers. Again, in the sense
  13. https://jetsxfactor.com/2021/09/14/zach-wilson-film-ny-jets-carolina-panthers/ Sorry guys but this link was way too complicated for me to paste here but this contains many replays with excellent breakdowns. I highly recommend giving it a look see. Go Jets!
  14. Nice post. One caveat though re the OL. Didn't we lose 3-4 linemen before the start of the season due to injury or retirement? Not you specifically but folks here BASHING JD for the OL need to back off a little. Sure the OL sux but I can't complain about JD's efforts....sh!t happens.
  15. Snap Count Analysis | Which Jets Played the Most Snaps in the 2021 Season Opener at the Panthers? QB Zach Wilson, 4 Others on Offense; Marcus Maye, Bryce Hall on Defense Logged Most Playing Time in Loss to Carolina Sep 13, 2021 Ethan Greenberg Team Reporter The Jets lost to the Panthers, 19-14, in Carolina on Sunday, starting the season 0-1. Here's a look at the snap count and how playing time was distributed. OFFENSE Five Jets played all 65 snaps: QB Zach Wilson, LG Alijah Vera-Tucker, C Connor McGovern, RG Greg Van Roten and T George Fant. Fant, who started at RT, mov
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