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  1. 2 hours ago, Mo Lew said:

    I very rarely bet against the Jets but last week was easy pickings. 
     

    I actually think we keep it close this week with a heavy dose of running. 

    If we can stop the run and force Rivers to throw - you know he is good for at least one dumb interception per game, so yeah, I'm sure we'll lose, not so sure Indy covers tho.

  2. 3 minutes ago, joewilly12 said:

    Do we do you call what the NY Jets are playing football. 

    For all of us that thought we hit rock bottom in the mud bowl, then the Bubby Brister shovel pass to Sam Mills, then the Butt Fumble, HA there is so much more to come!

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  3. 1 hour ago, BROOKLYN JET said:
    By Darrelle Lincoln September 25, 2020

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    (Photo by Abbie Parr/Getty Images)

    Last Sunday, the Seattle Seahawks took down the New England Patriots 35-30, but free safety Quandre Diggs wasn’t around to celebrate the win after he got himself ejected late in the first quarter for a helmet-to-helmet hit on wide receiver N’Keal Harry.

    The play occurred on a fourth-and-3 completion over the middle.

    Speaking to the media on Thursday, Jamal Adams declared that there will be consequences for Diggs if he gets ejected again. He said that if it happens again, he’s going to unfollow him on both Instagram AND Twitter. He’ll also delete Diggs’ phone number.

    “I told Diggs if he gets ejected again, I’m going to delete his number and unfollow him on Instagram and Twitter,” Adams told reporters. “So if he leaves us out there to dry again, we’re going to have some problems.”

    Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said he had no objection to Diggs getting thrown out of the game.
     
    “You saw the significant difference when we didn’t have Q-Diggs back there. We got in trouble on the back end a couple times tonight and gave them some easy stuff that … should never have happened,” Carroll said.
     
    “I couldn’t see the play,” Carroll added. “Everybody saw the play and they went all the way to New York and they made their decision, so I’m sure they made the right decision. He knows that he’s got to keep his head out of those hits. He just got so jacked about the setup that he just didn’t quite get it to the side like he needs to and make a shoulder hit out of it.”
     

    I thought he also threatened he would drop a deuce on him as well.....or was that Odell?

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  4. There have been dozens of heartbreaking losses over the years, but if we are talking about one defining play - it has to be Richard Todd's horrible pass into the endzone to end the 1981 AFC Championship game.  Buffalo streaked out to a 24-0 lead, but we gradually chipped away and it was 31-27 with seconds to go and Todd throws it directly into the arms of a Bill to end the game and season.  That was our best team post 1969 - that was the year of the sack exchange.  We were at full strength and a legit Super Bowl contender and Todd did a Todd.

    The fake spike was embarrassing but hardly defining.   Immature Pete Carrol with the choke sign on the sideline fired up the Fins.  The defining moment came when all we had to do was run out the clock but Boomer decides to throw a bomb into double coverage to the all-time Jet scrub Stevie Anderson and of course it got picked off which afforded Marino the opportunity.

  5. On 9/23/2020 at 6:59 PM, Irish Jet said:

    How has Doug Brien avoided the list?

    Who's more to blame?  Brien or Herm's brilliant idea to take a knee three downs in a row and lose yardage making the 2nd kick longer.  Also, dont forget on one series LaMont Jordan was eating up chunks of yardage and then Herm flipped out on poor Jimmy Raye for putting LaMont into the game.

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  6. 33 minutes ago, Adoni Beast said:

    The Christmas Eve Massacre of the Giants beating us at “home” was truly the death nail in the Rex Ryan era and whatever momentum/hope we had as a franchise. 

    The franchise has never recovered since.

    I disagree - I feel the week before when an Eagles team that could not stop a nosebleed all season due Andy Reid's bizarre experiment of allowing OL Coach Juan Castillo employ his own version of the wide-9 defense came into our house can basically camped out on Mark Sanchez's face the entire game.  They never recovered from that epic ass beating from the 6-8 Eagles.

     

     

  7. On 9/23/2020 at 6:48 PM, nyjunc said:

    The toughest at the moment was the 1986 divisional round, just the way they lost.  Looking back we probably don't beat Denver and if we did the Giants would have killed us so it makes it less painful.

     

    The 2 toughest losses were at Denver 1998 AFC Championship Game because we likely win the super bowl if we hold on in that game (though it wouldn't have been as easy as many think) and at Pittsburgh.  I think we were better than Pitt and just weren't ready to play in that first half.  What makes this list so much worse is where we are today, the franchise really never recovered from that loss.

    I think we were one pass rusher (Hugh Douglas) away (Hugh Douglas) from being a Super Bowl (Hugh Douglas) Champ in (Hugh Douglas) 1998.

  8. 5 minutes ago, Scott Dierking said:

    The divide between the best teams in the league and the worst teams has never been greater. Despite all of the NFL's attempts to create parity, they neglected the fact that not all front offices are created equally.

    The sport is barely watchable.

    Especially without cheerleaders on the field.

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  9. 1 hour ago, playtowinthegame said:

    The Giants sucked before they lost Saquon Barkley and haven't had near the significant injuries the Jets have had. When we are healthy we're the best team in Jersey. Forget about it. 

    IDK, I think Rutgers could beat either one.

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  10. On 9/15/2020 at 2:16 AM, Maxman said:

    Well I wish it was because of a win, but misery loves company apparently. Sunday was the 2nd busiest day all time here. 

    April 24, 2020 is the busiest day ever here. # 2 is 09/13/2020.

    If the Jets beat the Niners on Sunday and we don't break that record you will all have some explaining to do.  :)

    Seriously thank you for calling this place home. It is appreciated.

    "They say misery loves company
    We could start a company and make misery"
     
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  11. 39 minutes ago, Losmeister said:

    It's all bullsh*t excuses...

    so USC shold have rolled out Darnold ALL THE TIME, we turned him into a robot by making him throw from the pocket...

    what torture...  what yoiung QB could STAND such CRAZY ideas

    seriously?

    you guys are infantilizing him....

    Gase must be punished, Sam must be coddled....    again IDGAF about GAse...

    wacthing good NFL Qbs throw the ball, take hits to make plays and watching Sam ??? different category entirely.

    Sam is bottom tier until he plays his way out of it. Looking up at old man Fitz....   STILL  

    I think you missed the point.  Do you tailor a QB to the offense or the offense to the QB?  Would Sean Payton tell Drew Brees to throw bombs every 3rd series?  No - because he can't anymore and that was never really his strength.   Would you tell Dan Marino to throw screens and shallow crosses - well you saw it happen, look what Jimmy Johnson did to Marino - forced him into a ball control offense to the detriment of the team.  

     

    Now for some de ja vu, Sam and Mark, both USC QBs coming out early who have not mastered football but played pretty damn well because they were in a loose improvisational offense at USC.  Mark comes to the Jets, gets told he cannot throw on the run anymore because its too dangerous, so he was forced into a drop back pocket passer - he was uncomfortable, could not get set, got happy feet, his mechanics went to crap and then was told he's stupid and can only throw a pass based on a color coded system and he better not turnover the ball.   Sam. same deal in college, comes to the Jets and just when he starts getting "it" towards the end of his rookie year, the following year he's forced into Gase world.   Drop back, stand in the pocket, run the play as called and do not under any circumstance turn the ball over.  Sam's instinct is to scramble and throw, but instead, whenever he feels that urge, he starts and then sees Gase in his head - NO SCRAMBLING, NO TURNOVERS.  You could have the crappiest WRs in football but if they are trained to come back to the QB when he's scrambling (rather than STICK TO THE PLAY AS CALLED), they can get open.

     

    GASE<Bruce Coslet<Joe Walton....we've been here before guys SMH! 

     

    One thing about NFL coaches - they are stubborn, they believe what they believe and if anything goes wrong its someone else's fault.  Words of Bill Parcells - "I NEVER second guess myself".  

  12. 36 minutes ago, joewilly12 said:

    Sell the team to someone who can make the right football decisions. 

    Woody would NEVER sell the team, the reason why is:  He bought the team for one reason and one reason only - tax deductions!  Woody amortized the cost of the team over a 15 year period and recovered that cost on his tax returns - probably not paying any income tax whatsoever during that time (prolly has an NOL carryover).  Right now Woody has a ZERO tax basis in the team, if he sold now the entire sales price would be LT Capital gain income to him and one hell of a tax bill.   Logically he will hold the team until death and the team will be part of his estate - at the date of death, his heirs would get a step up in basis to the FMW of the Jets at the time of death, tho I am sure he is doing some kind of estate planning to lesson the tax burden on the estate.  Point being, he will not sell no matter what. 

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  13. 10 hours ago, Samtorobby47 said:

    No thanks. He’s sucked since Reich and DeFilippo left. 

    I hear ya, but last year they had no healthy WRs other than Algohor, and this year wk 1 they were missing 3/5 of their starting OL, Johnson tho did play week 2.  Maybe I am wrong, but I also feel Wentz has not been the same as he was prior to the ACL, he appears much less improvisational than he was. 

  14. 1 hour ago, Samtorobby47 said:

    I’m defending Herndon all day. He is a weapon and our idiot HC is having him block majority of the time. Griffin is a weapon, barely used. Perrine is weapon, used only in garbage time.  Bell is a weapon, used only to run up the gut. 
     

    Let me know when a player shines and improves under Gase. 

    Braden Mann looked OK.

  15. 8 minutes ago, munchmemory said:

    I agree.  But Bruce loved to put the ball down the field.   Obie to Walker and Toon.

    I just had a flashback - remember Dick Steinberg told Bruce he would fire him if he would not give up the play calling duties and hire an OC - welp we know how that turned out.  Too bad there's nobody to threaten Gase like that.

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  16. 2 hours ago, 56mehl56 said:

    Joe Benigno makes Chris Carlin sound like Vin Scully.

    Seriously Bro, in the history of broadcast media, has there ever been a more overrated talk show host than Joe Beningo?  My psychologist forced me to stop listening to him and his little whiny ginger twerp sidekick.

  17. 38 minutes ago, JetFreak89 said:

    100%. In the modern NFL, with the way Pass Interference is being called there is zero excuse not to take a long shot at least once per quarter. I get the pass rush thing but after it was clear that Boas and Thomas were out there was no adjustment. 

    Also, in the pressers after the game , Gase keeps mentioning that the "defense dictated" X,Y,Z. As far as I know, there are times where the OFFENSE can dictate things as well. The defense should be reactive not the other way around. Bottom line is Gase has ZERO balls because even in games we are "supposed" to lose, he still is only concerned with limiting damage. 

    He's got a lot of Bruce Coslet in him.  

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