Jump to content

roscoeword

Members
  • Posts

    1,251
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    1

roscoeword last won the day on February 7 2014

roscoeword had the most liked content!

Reputation

582 Neutral

About roscoeword

  • Birthday 03/24/1958

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location:
    Israel
  • Interests
    Basketball

Personal Info

  • Tell us a little bit about yourself...
    Left USA in 1985, can't stop rooting for the Jets
  • What do you do for a living?
    Bouncy castles, inflatables business

Jets Info

  • What is your favorite Jets related memory?
    Watching john Riggins turning upfield and yeliing with my father, "RIGGINS!"
    Rooting for Bruce Harper, Wesley Walker, Richard Caster, Jerome Barkum
  • Do you have season tickets?
    no
  • What Jets memory broke your heart?
    It was the first day of the season, I think against the Brownsj, the Jets lost on Monday Night football, Riggins had missed camp cause he held out for more money, came with a Mohekian to camp, played the game but fumbled I think, the Jets lost and I cried that night.
  • Where you alive for Super Bowl III?
    was 9 years old, and do remember it.

Recent Profile Visitors

6,173 profile views
  1. That was great. A great live performance is when they do "Beat on the Brat" live, I think in Argentina... Joey is swinging a bat there... his singing is unbelievable, the whole band sounds great at that concert.... the Ramones were never as as famous as the Clash, only posthumously, but they were the mentors for all those groups...
  2. I was thinking of that.. Don't the Ravens have that great TE that Lamar loves to throw to? We never stop the tight end.
  3. Its true. Especially when your offense isnt good, you have to be able to pick up gravy first downs with your legs. It compensates for so much. All the good young qbs do it, and it's a large part of their success.
  4. Did you notice that anytime a player gets near the corner of the endzone, it's called a touchdown? No reviews or anything. Maybe its because defenses can't stop offenses anyway, so they might as well call it s touchdown.. and nobody even argues it
  5. So true. Martin may have had good stats and was durable, but he was dull, in no way electrifying like Payton or Sanders. Lamont Jordan was more exciting (kidding, but I was one of those who wanted more carries for Jordan)
  6. I know his limitations, but i loved his guts. I remember him going kamikaze trying to score, putting his head on the line. He has no regard for his body when he runs from the pocket. You can't not admire it. You want a guy like that in your bunker, ( if not on your football team)
  7. I didn't think Allen looked like a bust his first year. He was totally intiguing. Those runs he made were amazing. He was incredibly fun to watch that first year, and being such an unbelievable athletic, you knew his ceiling was very high even back then.
  8. roscoeword

    Kupp

    What a pleasure watching that receiver Kupp from the Rams, just makes plays, no stupid pointing after a catch, no dumb fairy wiggle dance after a T.D. - just plays the game. Too bad there are so few like him.
  9. I am more optimistic about Zach, not because he has had more great games, but he is elusive and fun to watch , and you get the feeling that if he ever becomes any good, it'll be a lot of fun. Sam was robotic lethargic, after he returned from the mono, it seemed like he still had mono.. Zach is very smooth in his movements and throwing motion, if he ever pans out, he can be an exciting player, but I dont think hes performed better than Sam this year either
  10. The comparison shouldn't be to Welker, but Danny Woodhead. Most wanted him gone for a more athletic player, and he was jettisoned, despite the fact that he produced for us when given the chance. And i thought he played terrific for New England and SanDiego, and i was sorry we let him go.
  11. The only way for a rookie qb to make an impact right away on a bad team is if he's vety mobile and can get extend drives with his feet. That why Josh Allen in his first year, though super raw, made an impact early. But if you aren't mobile, you're a Josh Rose type, you camt overcome your lousy offensive line and lack of weapons. When a team is bad, you need someone who can improvise. Look at these mobile qbs succeeding.. Lamar, the guy in Philly, the little guy on Arizona. They succeed because they can make something out of nothing.
  12. Like Chris Jenkins, just the other side of the line.
  13. I miss Brad Smith running the wildcat.
  14. The Jets gives you nothing to look forward to. We have to make things up in order to have something to look forward to. The last 2 weeks, it was Mike White. We had to fantasize that he was some diamond in the rough, the next Tom Brady, in order to make those games interesting.
  15. With such a short preseason, it's hard to evaluate anybody, it seems like they just threw Zach in there, hoping it would work out.
×
×
  • Create New...