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  1. Cotchery always looked like he was running in molasses, but he did have good hands. He may have been the slowest "appearing" receiver in NFL history.
  2. True. Based on the averages for third round picks, it would be pretty safe to assume that the Jets may get one starter out of two picks if they're very good at drafting. So in effect, they would be giving one of these players away for essentially nothing. I was in the camp for giving Gase a chance, but I have to say that his handling of Bell has been absolutely terrible. Bell has three outstanding talents: he's a great runner, with patience, he has excellent hands as a receiver, and he's one of the best blocking RB's in the league. So the OL is terrible, taking away one of those talents. Why on earth isn't Gase using Bell as a receiving back far more precisely to offset the incompetence of the OL? It appears as if Gase is being spiteful rather than smart. He's not going to make Bell a success, since he wasn't his man. That's patently idiotic and petty. I hope I'm wrong, but based on the play calling I've seen, I fear it's correct.
  3. The league office was so obviously correct that it was pass interference that I don't know what your point is. The interference was real, obvious, and not even a close call. They got it right.
  4. The LOL is on you. There's no evidence that Gase has a habit of throwing Darnold under a bus. Has Gase been less than stellar as a HC, of course, but not for the above reason. Pretty basic.
  5. LOL. I think Gase was being extra clever, having just finished watching The Princess Bride: Vizzini: You only think I guessed wrong! That's what's so funny! I switched glasses when your back was turned! Ha ha! You fool! You fell victim to one of the classic blunders - the most famous of which is "never get involved in a land war in Asia" - but only slightly less well-known is this: "Never go in against a Sicilian when death is on the line"! Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! Ha ha ha... [Vizzini stops suddenly, his smile frozen on his face and falls to the ground dead.
  6. Not fun to show up after a brutal loss. But then you were warned not to bend over to pick up that bar of soap in the prison shower...
  7. Sadly, this is pretty accurate. Regardless of the cause he was purportedly fighting for, I always felt that Kap forced his own teammates into a controversy without their consent. Now he used an opportunity to return to the NFL as a grandstanding moment on his grievances. How can he possibly expect anyone to be sympathetic to that sleight of hand. Time to move on.
  8. So let's see, the Jets spent nearly a 100 million in the off-season and have a 2-7 record. The Dolphins shed nearly the same amount dumping every star player on their team and have a 2-7 record, plus they beat the Jets. Yup, we're right on track for the big turnaround.
  9. Damn, you got it right. Credit where credit is due.
  10. I would put my money on the Giants. If the Jets could lose to the hapless Dolphins, there is truly no hope. They are the worst team in the NFL.
  11. So we are now the definition of pathetic: fans who mull ancient nostalgia "best teams" while enduring what can only be described as a total sh*tshow season by a Jets team that may be one of the worst in recent memory. The sad truth is that the Jets are completely irrelevant at this point and uninteresting to watch. There's no sugar-coating that reality.

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