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About RedBeardedSavage

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  • What is your favorite Jets related memory?
    2010 Divisional Round Playoffs, Jets 28 - Pats 21
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  • What Jets memory broke your heart?
    Doug Brien, Heinz Field
  • Where you alive for Super Bowl III?

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  1. So many of those teams have a better roster, but only one has a quarterback with as much potential - and that's Jacksonville. I'd rather be us than Jacksonville.
  2. Well said. This year will suck and I was too optimistic for a quick turnaround during the offseason.
  3. We're the youngest team in the league, starting multiple rookies on both sides of the ball, have a first year coaching staff and one of the least talented rosters in the league. Granted, we're all right to be frustrated after week one where nobody on the offensive line did their job and week two where our quarterback throws four interceptions. But at some point expectations should match reality, and I think the coaching staff and the front office know this is a 'redshirt' year.
  4. I generally liked that he remained aggressive throughout the game. He's a rookie and there will be games like this - but I think it's big that he doesn't Sanchez and collapse in on himself after a bad throw.
  5. I don't want that Kirk Cousins, Derek Carr, Teddy Bridgewater, Chad Pennington quarterback. It's year one with a new coach, scheme and quarterback. Everyone is learning on the fly. Mahomes and Lamar yesterday were not playing "safe", and there were a number of plays where they made irresponsible decisions/showed poor mechanics - but it worked more often than not, because they both have some special talent. Wilson has that with his arm. I get there is a time and a place for playing it safe, but not in a year where the best case scenario was what, 7-9? All gas no brake
  6. Justin Herbert and the Chargers were shutout last year by the Patriots in week 13 and he threw two picks. It's the Patriots v rookie quarterbacks. We know how this story goes. It's gonna be rough next week, too. The start to our schedule is brutal.
  7. agree with this Also, from one of those One Jets Drive episodes, he came off a bit unsure of himself. I mean this is just sloganeering, and a huge leap by me, but dude doesn't exactly seem to fit the "all gas, no brake" mentality.
  8. 1. 19-14 isn't far off - can't say I'm entirely too surprised with the final score. 2. The quarterback was hit far too much. The offensive line looks terrible in run & pass protection. This scares the sh*t out of me. 3. Genuinely do not know what we can do right now, but for next season, I'd say we continue to invest heavily in the big fellas up front.
  9. Regardless of how you classify yourself or in what bucket of Jets fandom you belong, yesterday should've scared the sh*t out of you. Zach Wilson getting hit all day and absolutely no running game. New England next week and the Broncos D after that... if we couldn't block anyone on Carolina...
  10. https://www.behindthesteelcurtain.com/2021/9/8/22663055/t-j-watt-a-full-participant-in-wednesdays-practice-pittsburgh-steelers-linebacker-news-updates
  11. https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2021/09/08/clock-ticks-toward-midnight-for-steelers-t-j-watt/ Unlikely, sure. What would be an appropriate price to pay to acquire TJ Watt in a trade should this holdout continue?
  12. Darnold-anon truther for far too long. "Herbert? Really, Chargers?" Believed the 'bowling-ball-with-a-butchers-knife' pick was going to be a game-changer for the Herm era defense. Before Carl Lawson went down - "My favorite signing of the offseason" I need to just watch the games and shut my mouth.
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