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the Claw

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  1. You can’t compare Sashi and Millen’s situation to Douglas’s. They are quite different.
  2. God I hate these “100%” type statements. It’s so ridiculous. JD is signed for something like 4-5 more years, has only had one full offseason and half of another, and just had the most successful draft in at least a decade. His FA acquisitions have been 50/50 with reason to suspect he wasn’t going full-bore and the Adams trade was masterful. He hasn’t gotten every move right and has definitely screwed the pooch a few times but he’s also the best GM the Jets have had in a long time. There’s no such thing as 100% when it comes to this stuff. Hell, there’s not even a 100% chance that Gates gets fired.
  3. I forgot Perriman or Mims or Crowder were playing.
  4. Whats up with these announcers who pronounce it “Owffence?”
  5. Most people’s top eyelid covers part of the iris, some people’s don’t. It’s an odd look, but it’s no indication of drug use. He certainly doesn’t act or have the common body tells of a heavy drug user. And if you think that a multi-million dollar coach is going to go in front of todays NY media for his introductory press conference high on anything, I’ve got a bridge to sell you. I’ve been around plenty of heavy drug users and their eyes don’t look like that. I think it’s part of the reason why he is always wearing a hat low on his head.
  6. What I really took from this post is an appreciation for your correct usage of the contractions for could have and would have. I see you, Spoot.
  7. Would you knock it off with this sh*t. It’s old hat, played out, unoriginal, and low-hanging fruit. The guy’s not on drugs ffs.
  8. He should take over for Belichick when the time comes. I can see him really invigorating that franchise and their fanbase.
  9. Santonio Holmes and Michael Vick. participation trophy goes to Adrian Clarke
  10. Until his first interception, then he’ll be a bust.
  11. I’ll never understand grown men wearing oversized clothes with another mans’ name on their back.
  12. Outside of just enjoying the grid-iron game, the only positive thing that the Jets have ever done for me is be a conversation starter with strangers. That being said, I’ll always love them for some reason. It’s so interesting to hear you guys talk about good relations with your fathers surrounding the Jets. Not me. **** that dude.
  13. I can’t wait until the phrase “leader of men” is removed from our lexicon.
  14. For some strange reason, I will never walk away from the Jets. I’ll always have hope. My level of interest has waned and I’m certainly less emotionally involved, but I will support the team as long as they exist. if they do happen to do something so heinous that I have to walk away from them, rest assured I will start a thread telling you all that I’ve had enough, the team is ****ed, and I’m done. The difference is I won’t be a wanker who comes back as if I’d never said a thing and then get defensive when you all call me out on it.
  15. Yeah? Quitting the board, now starting threads again? Narcissistic tendencies much?
  16. The world would be a better place if more men were true to their word. You quit. Piss off
  17. Dude, I started Ravens D, Hopkins, and Crowder. Started slow but ended nicely!
  18. How quickly we forget. I liked Rex. Seemed like a fun guy to play for. His teams were undisciplined, his vaunted defenses couldn’t get off the field on third downs and they couldn’t defend against tight ends. He was atrocious at player development and even worse at evaluating talent. His choices of OC’s were embarrassing. Two AFCCGs in a row and his teams collapsed twice. But, I guess he was funny during press conferences—so yeah—let’s bring him back.

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