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joenamathwouldn'tcry

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  1. Started it how? A downvote on another asinine comment made by you? I wasn't the only one. You should be used to it by now a$$hole. I won't comment about you and the "closet". We both know who you are. Been to the "cockpit" lately? More cute emojis and stupid half sentences. Guess evolving is above your skill set. Keep it up buttercup. How's things at the trailer park? Like I said, I'll stop when you do. Ignore me and I'll ignore you. It'll be easy. You have nothing to offer. If not, well.....
  2. Hi there dickhead. I could care less about the butt fumbles. If you want to continue, have at it. When you stop I will. You childish, small, ignorant fool.
  3. Whether or not this is a "cover" for the ineptitude of Brody and our "Manager", these firings are well deserved. The pitching staff from top to bottom is under performing. The bullpen might be the worst in baseball. There have been no adjustments or improvements. They can't even hold baserunners on. They can't throw them out either. The pitchers don't pitch inside. They don't pitch quickly. You could eat a sandwich between Familia's pitches. They approach the game the same way every day expecting a different result. It's not happening. Coaches get paid to "coach". There does not appear to have been any coaching done with the pitching staff or with the bullpen this year. If there was, no one was getting the message. Based on either of those two scenarios it was time for a change. Next....
  4. Well structured upper management + Capable seasoned coaching staff + More dynamic athletic players = Winning franchise on the rise. The Jets seem to finally have solved this simple mathematic equation. Winning football games to follow. It starts now.
  5. Never going to happen. Too much "traffic". I like Josh McCown, and think he was a great mentor to Sam Darnold in the time he was here. I also think he will be on some team's staff, if that's what he wants to be. As for these Jets, I think that Adam Gase wants to be the voice in Sam Darnold's ear, and that's exactly the way that it should be.
  6. Not even watching. Checked in, saw it was 5-3, and turned it off again. I'm kinda done until further notice. Bringing in Flexen into a tie game the other day, was the straw...… Don't want the anger or negativity in my head right now. I'll check in, but that's it.
  7. I like your list. It's pretty accurate. In my opinion Walt Michaels needs to be ranked above Herm Edwards. Walt Michaels was a good man and a quality coach, who got a raw deal. Mangini, and Herm, are basically of the same quality. In other words, not great. Joey {the nose picker} Walton, Al Groh, Carrol, and Bruce Coslet, make up the next tier. Mediocre or worse. You can group Holtz, Winner, Shipp together too, as they basically had no impact as Coaches in NYJ history. Then you have Kotite and Toilet Bowles. They are the two worst, based on the pain they inflicted to the fan base and franchise. Belicheat doesn't count because he's a piece of sh#t, that doesn't deserve comment. Good job.
  8. NO, the "scary part" is that even a five run lead does not feel safe in any way, shape, or form. That is not just scary, it's sad.
  9. Nothing there from what I can see. Waynes has all the tools as far as size, and speed go. His problems are production and cost. He is not particularly strong in coverage and he comes with a cost of almost 10 million. He may do better in a man scheme, but is it worth the gamble? I think not. Not worth the price, even more so at the cost of a draft pick. Does not seem to be an obvious upgrade over what we currently have on the roster. Give Roberts an opportunity. Waynes is not an upgrade. Mac Alexander is the better player of the two at this point. The problem is that he is a slot corner. And apparently a good one. We have already addressed that need. Too late. The position has been filled. Poole is more than adequate and is a vicious hitter. I like that.
  10. Boyer should be considered for the "most underrated move this offseason". His retention was well deserved and was reflective of the awesome job he did last season. The Jets special teams will be fine this year. This is largely due to Boyer's prowess as a coordinator and the overall improvement of the roster in general. Better athletes with capable coaching lead to successful units. The loss of Myers and Roberts will be felt somewhat, but Cannizzaro and the addition of some experienced "special teamers" in addition to some faster, younger additions will help make up for their loss. There are plenty of more than capable return men on this roster, fear not. As for Cannon, he will most likely make the team. He is a top notch gunner, and tackler. As they say, you can't teach speed, or guts. He has both. I see him as a capable Kickoff Returner also. As a punt returner, not so much, unless he makes huge strides. He just can't seem to catch the ball when it is punted. Didn't do it in practice or preseason. Seemed like a mental thing. He needs to get over it to secure his spot on the roster. Out of the backfield he is also a weapon, who I think has skill sets that Gase would like to use. Again, it's the hands. His ability to hold on to the ball, may ultimately define his future with the Jets, if not in the league. As for Peake, I have always liked his potential, but that time has passed. Didn't see as much development as a receiver as I would have expected. And like they say, you can't have too many "one trick ponies" on the roster. It is for those reasons and the roster upgrade, that I see him being cut. Boyer is a serious man, and a leader. He fits right in with this current Jets Coaching Staff. Our special teams are in good hands.
  11. The issue is not with Familia. It does not matter how bad he is or how many times he blows or how many games he ignites. He will never be released. Not by this ownership. Not by this team. Not even benched by this manager. I assume you heard what Mickey said last night, following this latest disaster. He is here for three years, he is going to "work" with him, whatever that means, and that the erstwhile manager in charge, likes the fact that this team, "never gives up". Heroin addicts are more in touch with reality than this guy. The "ship be sinkin" and this chucklehead is the only one who doesn't see it. Why is a washed up Carlos Gomez or a "never was" Juan Lagares still patrolling center field? What happened to Familia's splitter of two years ago. He doesn't use it anymore. Instead we see flat mediocre sliders and pedestrian fastballs down the middle of the plate. There is no aggressiveness by the pitching staff, pitching inside, or a plan of attack. Successful innings produce by relievers are met with a removal after one inning and replacement by the next jag in line. Why can't Gsellman or Lugo finish a game if they're going well. Callahan is a pitching guru? Then I am a nuclear physicist. The pitching "coach" needs to be fired. This bullpen sucks. Status quo is not going to get much better. If a move is not made in the next two weeks, we will have our answer about Brodie. More of the same by the Wilpons, wrapped up in a different package. DISGRACEFULL!!!! I have not watched a full game recently. In and out, because the predictable, impending fiasco makes it too maddening to watch. If this continues, I will watch even less. McNeil, Alonso, and the occasional at bat by Conforto and Dom is all that's worth it. That and Wheeler and Jake. Nothing more than that. Pisses me off. As bad as the Jets have ever been, it's never come to that. I will never turn off a game. Whether it's the fact that there's only sixteen of them, and makes them precious, I don't know. What I do know it this sh*t is unwatchable, and I've got better things to get aggravated about. Glad I got that off my chest. Guess I can go golfing now.
  12. Another great move for the franchise. Boy we sure are gettin' awfully "lucky" these days. As for the guys coming over from the Eagles, forget it. Douglas does not impress me as the type of guy to wait a full year for "his boys" to shake out of their current situations. He's moving on, building his own staff and legacy with the Jets, as he should. If some of these guys become available in the future, then so be it. In the meantime, full steam ahead.
  13. G-d Bless You. When we win the Super Bowl, some of my thoughts will be with you. Let's hope that you have a good long winter, and that our Jets "winter" ends soon. "Comes a time"....
  14. Stfu, just saying......, killjoy. In other news, the wheels will fall off the Vargas Successtrain, probably sooner than later. Mark it down. It's inevitable. Hope all is well.
  15. Shawn Jefferson is fu*kin right, and has a fuc*in good point. "It's everything", Perfect....
  16. the fact that you are befuddled by the obvious is no surprise.. nor is your propensity to keep your nose eternally entrenched in TOm Shane's posterior....
  17. With dignity and class, like all New York fans have always done while celebrating World Championships. Unlike fans in "Civilized Cities" like Boston, Detroit, Chicago, Denver, Cleveland, and the "City of Brotherly Love" Philadelphia. Add to the list some of the fans in "gentle" Canada. Vancouver, Montreal, and Edmonton, to name three. But, of course, it's New Yorkers who are portrayed as "animals".
  18. There was no "trade back" to be made. The way that the draft fleshed out proves that. You can't make things true, just because you wish them to be so. I wanted to trade back too. Didn't happen. The opportunity wasn't there. That's just the way it is. Under the circumstances of the 2019 NFL draft, I'm sure any right minded GM would have taken Quinnen Williams with the third overall pick. We got ourselves a hell of a player. Rejoice in that, instead of thinking about the woulda, shoulda, coulda'ves.
  19. Disagree Herm, There have been quite a few "fat slobs" who have played in the NFL. Some were considered stars. Ditto baseball, and other "bona fide activities" that even you would classify as sport. George Blanda played quarterback at the age of 48 plus. Others have played into their forties. Gordie Howe played a full season of Hockey at the age of 52. Satchel Paige was 59 years old. Hoyt Wilhelm was almost 50. Gaylord Perry was 45. I know they are the exceptions, but they exist. Doc Ellis pitched a one hitter while under the influence of "acid". I'm sure that Lawrence Taylor played under the influence of cocaine, if not crack. He surely was "glowing" while doing his "work" as a commentator. Steve Howe has admitted to playing "under the influence many times. The litany of professional athletes playing while " addled" is most likely astronomical. At the end of the day, what you consider "sport" is no more a personal belief than it is for any other person. It comes down to a matter of taste. If you or Tom had played golf, I'm sure you would disagree. Sport Name Age Played Year Retired Aggressive Inline Skating Jon Julio[1] 34 years 2011 American football George Blanda 48 years, 109 days 1976 Association football Kazuyoshi Miura[2] 51 years Active Australian rules football Sampson Hosking (SANFL) Wally Watts (WAFL) 48 years, 159 days (interchange only) 44 years, 49 days 1936 1916 Auto racing Hershel McGriff 90 years 2018[3] Baseball Satchel Paige 59 years, 350 days 1966 Basketball (Men's) Pierluigi Marzorati[4] 52 years 1998 Basketball (Women's) Nancy Lieberman[5] 50 years 2008 Bodybuilding Albert Beckles[6] 53 years 1991 Boxing Saoul Mamby 60 years 2008 Cricket (Tests) Wilfred Rhodes 52 years 1930 Cricket (First-class) Raja Maharaj Singh 72 years 1950 Cycling Lex Nederlof 52 years 2018[7] Golf Gary Player 73 years 2009 Ice hockey Gordie Howe 69 years (played 1 shift) 1980 International Darts John Magowan 72 years 2013 Lacrosse John Tavares 47 years 2015 Mixed Martial Arts Skip Hall[8] 64 years 2008 Rugby league Billy Wilson 40 years, 5 days 1967 Snooker Fred Davis 78 years 1992 Surfing Kelly Slater 46 years Active Tennis Martina Navratilova 49 years 2006 Track and Field Stanisław Kowalski[9] 106 years Active Volleyball Miguel Maia 48 years 2007
  20. If fully healthy and given a legitimate chance to make the final roster, there is no doubt that Bilal Powell will make this team. He is a superior blocking back, is a sure handed receiver out of the backfield, and possesses an ability to break containment for big yardage, as he has shown in the past. He is also an outstanding teammate, and individual. I, for one, would be thrilled to see him, finally, be a part of a winning Jets team..
  21. "In other words", he still would've drafted Mr. Quinnen Williams with the third overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft. Well done...
  22. SNJ...… SAME NEW JETS!! Maybe the worm has finally turned for our beloved franchise. I expect a brighter future. Most of us will. Christopher Johnson deserves to finally get some credit. I wonder if he will get it. Doesn't really matter though, does it?? Capable Management, capable roster, success to follow....
  23. So, for any activity to be considered a "sport"..... 1] There must be a "ball" involved. 2] Said "ball" must be in motion, and has to be "hit". 3] There must be a "defender" involved. 4] There must be "body motion" that involves an elusive maneuver by one or more participants. Therefore Boxing is not a sport. All martial arts are not sports. Most track and field exercises are not sports. Most sports are not sports. Got it. Thanks for the clarification, Sperm..... Ridiculous. sport /spôrt/ Learn to pronounce noun 1. an activity involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes against another or others for entertainment.
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