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phill1c

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  1. funny, Personal Choice: Always stupid Always dangerous Always something the taxpayer has to foot the bill for NEVER anything of value to the person or society
  2. disagree with? lol how about don't respect and don't see any redeeming qualities in...while I have to support their no account @sses.
  3. this is a PANDEMIC. It's not a choice, like abortion. It's a PUBLIC HEALTH issue. Since when is it a right to be highly infectious or to be in a position where you're more dangerous to others or contributing to the danger to others because you don't want to take a shot? This is the end of civilization (being civil at least) where people feel no obligation to do anything regarding the betterment of society. Oh, these "liberty" douche bags are all about personal liberty, except when they need society's help, some Monal Clonal Antibodies, some "free" care at the hospital, a new house after a tornado in december blew down their PennsylTuckey McMansion. Then they're all "FEMA come help me, my Governor can't do dick!" And for what? By the time the race war is won, your property values will be sh!t and you'll be dead anyway. Oh, to tie it back to Rodgers...He's a liar. A lie is ANY attempted deception. And mostly a choker.
  4. I'm in no hurry to sign Cole. Crowder either. The Jets are little small at some key skill positions. And we've seen that these guys are not that durable. So, I'm definitely signing Berrios but the other two are fallbacks really. I have Moore for the slot. Crowder is not needed and is kinda in the way at this point. I'm looking for size and speed.
  5. Seriously, why would the Jets be looking to pay a lot of money to a non-impact player coming off an Achilles injury when they've shown that they can unearth young, cheap guys to play the position? It's not like Maye is a thumper or interceptor. He was pretty good in coverage, I'll give you that. Smart player. But I'm very skeptical of a DB coming off an Achilles injury. If I were to devote a lot of dollars to the position, it's not going to be for someone coming off injury. Who I didn't draft and who doesn't have size.
  6. lol Wise enough to be employed in the job. Smart enough not to be sitting the #2 pick in the draft for Mike White.
  7. I think the Jets should draft more size at the safety position. Marcus Maye was a decent free safety, but not really an impact player. Coming off injury, not sure he's the future.
  8. First off, you aren't the decider of what the 2nd pick earns a 2nd pick. The team that picks him is. And for THIS pick, he's earned the starter's job. No doubt you may have some wisdom in other areas. This post is not wise or smart or accurate.
  9. lol I really thought the Jets threw this game. The defense sure seemed to be quite compliant, especially the last two plays. I mean, so Wilson screwed up, for whatever reason: he's a douche or he's as dumb as a post or a rookie/mental mistake... WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES IT MAKE??? It's not spoiling any playoff berths (for the Jets anyway). It's just a lesson. And, btw,... There are plenty of Class A douche bags under Center and in Canton for that matter. There are plenty of mental midgets playing well on plenty of teams. This is a lesson. And the kid learns his lessons.
  10. I mean, he WAS the 2nd pick in the draft for f*ck's sake. Did you forget that?! You act like the starting QB for the Jets is something great players are desiring. The last great QB who wanted to play FOR the Jets was Dick Pic Brett Favre. I mean, just because I love Braxton Berrios doesn't mean the Jets have anything anyone covets. Yeah, he's starting because he earned it by being the 2nd pick in the draft. If you don't think he earned it at BYU, where the heck were you before the draft? And even if you did believe this, it's stupid. Of course he earned it, parents notwithstanding. And do you really think most great QBs don't have rich/wealthy parents who give them all the advantages? Did you just migrate to this country? I like this kid. He's learning. He's saying everything right. He's not perfect, but so what? this is what watching a player develop is all about, not looking for reasons to NOT like him.
  11. you probably weren't talking to me or any comment I made. I'm sorry, I was too aggressive. I don't think we need as much as you mentioned. ONE 1st/2nd round target should be sufficient. It's about keeping the guys we have on the field, Jets need consistency at each positions. Seems like just as soon as the OL started playing well, the WRs went down. But I think that is common in first-year teams: there's no rhythm the body is used to. I'd like a nice large/fast WR added. But I also believe a priority should be on defense: tall, rangy safety. I'm not sure what else the Jets need. But those two things would be a start. I'm never sold on the notion of "needing" a TE. In my offense (the one I don't actually have) the TE's main responsibility: BLOCK. Every skill player should be able to catch, but if your WRs are great, I don't think you need a great TE. So, maybe it's flexibility in the 1st/2nd round for that skill player. I also admit to seeing the Jets pick a ton of TEs that just didn't work out all that well: Johnnie Mitchell, Anthony Becht, another name escapes me.
  12. the guys, Bart Scott, Colon, and Duesible, REALLY don't like Wilson. I trust their judgment but I don't agree with A LOT of the criticism. For example, earlier in the year, Wilson was criticized for his "let it rip" mentality. Colon and Scott especially were all, "it's not about throwing it as hard as you can...it's about throwing a catchable balll...he's making it about himself...etc...." I thought Wilson was saying that he should just trust his instincts, not throw the ball really hard. I think they somewhat don't like the entitled aura they feel Wilson displays. I don't know or care. I like the talent and I think we're looking at a league or at least division where he wouldn't have to be Dan Marino to give the Jets a shot. Just don't be Sam Darnold or Mike Glennon.
  13. From what I've seen these last few games, why would I be looking to make excuses? Zack Wilson seems to be way more comfortable with the NFL game than even a month ago. So why is anyone looking for excuses? You're building a case that really doesn't exist. Zack Wilson played a good pro game these last few weeks. Nothing suggests that he won't continue to grow as long as he has weapons. Dak Prescott is throwing to a trio of #1 #2 guys. So, the Jets should continue to pursue quality size at the WR position. I'm thinking the Jets really need size at safety and WR. I'm happy with the cast at RB.
  14. A LOT of brain cells have died here...only to be reanimated as posts.
  15. Is that what these idiots here are doing? Elevating Berrios to #1 WR status? Asking that he get paid Antonio Brown money? All I desire is to not let him get away for a fair contract that he's earned here. Nobody sane thinks Berrios (my negro) is the second coming of even Wayne Chrebet. BUT, when the Jets have needed plays ALL F*CK!NG YEAR, not just this game, Berrios has been the guy showing up most on film as making a play. Yeah, he's undersized. So, the Jets definitely need to continue to acquire SIZE at the WR spot. But needing size doesn't mean you don't need a playmaker, regardless of size. I don't think the Jets will need to overpay for Berrios. He's having too much fun here. But of course they should pay the man for his clutchness, which is what every SB needs.
  16. Why? He remembers the War of the Worlds hoax, too. The Tall Ships, not 1976, the ORIGINAL tall ships. Jack the Ripper's last rip The Ice Bowl of 1320. He's ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooolllllllllllddddd.
  17. kinda hard seeing Brassard Perriman looking beastly against the Jets secondary yesterday...
  18. first of all, i HOPE this is not another JFM situation. second: no change in role. Berrios should still be the gadget man, primarily KR and PR. Keep him doing exactly what he's doing: KR, KR, fill-in slot WR.
  19. We can root all we want. Look where it's gotten us. Root for what you want. Nobody but you really cares. I was not devastated by the loss yesterday. There were several reasons why the Jets lost and not converting a 4th down play is not the only one. The called defense appeared to not at all be correct for not allowing a TD. The Jets appeared to throw the game.
  20. That was awesome. You said it: the team is not unlikeable. I like it A LOT. But, let's face it, who can really tell with Covid and the injuries? Before we played an entire game we lost two of our supposedly best players. With Covid, we had double-digit players unable to suit up. So, how you gonna judge that? I tell you what is unlikeable: giving up hundreds of yards to opponents week after week, scoring less than 20+ points per game. Not having your main weapons at WR week after week. But I did see some progress in the team over this season. And that is what I expected. I didn't expect, just because some people thought the Jets had "names" in the offseason, that we would somehow become a playoff team in the first season. No, I expected better than 2 wins and hoped for 5. I'm seeing SIGNIFICANT improvement on the OL. Compared to last year and before (which was some of the worst OL play I've ever witnessed) this OL had ability. The pass blocking is better, the run blocking is significantly better. I'm seeing development in the secondary. Hall and the others have actually played decently lately. I like the move of Pinnock to safety. There's plenty of room for additional improvement. I wish I could say that about the front seven. But I HOPE that the talent learns to play more consistently and that they upgrade the talent on the DL and at LB. I like the Williamses, Mosely, and JFM. But, really, they are all very inconsistent. Finally, more durable WRs. I guess I am now on the Dump Mims bandwagon. Some of the bonehead plays he made in the victory were hard to accept. And he hasn't seemed to improve at all or have become more versatile. That said, I think the major issue is staying on the field vs. talent upgrades.
  21. I literally care ZERO about your experience on this forum that is not a response to an opinion I have. That others thought you ridiculous probably means, if it's here where you heard it, it's true. Or not. Maybe you're smart. I don't know. It's not clear from the comments. I had no love for Darnold. He never got up for a game. Never outplayed a guy in his draft class. Had Mono. So, why are you crying about what someone said about your opinion of Darnold to me? Wilson is improving. And has all the skills you want in a Franchise QB. That people can't wait for him to improve quickly enough is really about their own impatience and unrealistic expectations.
  22. I will. I understand how growth occurs, through experience. It's amazing how many Jets "fans" have some grudge, some vendetta, some animosity, to the franchise QB they had to have. I truly understand how difficult it is to make a whole team from scratch and how players have to learn through experience. Apparently, many on this forum are way too stupid to know these obvious truths.
  23. There are a few Jets "fans" who were saying he's not worth signing. Wow, were THEY wrong.
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