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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. Here's the YouTube version as well - And I agree with OP, some shade thrown at Gase with "seven step drops", "complicated progressions". Sounds like a good dude, but GVR needs to play better. I want to like him after this interview - but I can't forget Chase Winovich destroying you week 17.
  2. It's got to be the two players I'm most concerned about being healthy and ready-to-go for the season. If 'bless-you-thank-you' can heal-up right and didn't lose too much strength and explosiveness, he gonna have a year for himself in 2021.
  3. No pass. Hired Gase. Kept Mac. And the "uniform redesign" pitch he greenlit was one PowerPoint slide: But the silver lining here is that Chrissy was so incompetent, Joe D was able to institute a Magna Carta type check on ownership power within this franchise.
  4. I opened this thread and was genuinely worried that Big Ticket didn't take care of himself this offseason. Then I used the interwebz. Guy seems fine. Who knows about the OTA's, I kinda check out at this time of the year until camp starts, but I mean, that tweet was from 11 days ago and it's Becky and Vera Tuck... so Mekhi did show up for something? And he doesn't appear to be a fat mess? Superbowl bound!?
  5. He's missed 31.5 games in a row. I think you can hate the signing, respect the player and question how he effective he'll be next season.
  6. Obviously this was a terrible signing, and nothing is going to change that. But what's best for Mosley and the Jets going forward is a return to form. He doesn't have to be a pro bowler, he doesn't have to be great, he just has to stay on the field, be reliable and be a leader.
  7. This. We spent most of our resources and focus on offense. Our second priority seems to have been defensive line. We weren't going to fix it all this year, but considering where we were to where we are now - I think most of us are pretty excited. Let the padawans play at corner and maybe we get lucky and find a Jedi.
  8. Geno Atkins missed half the season last year, I believe Lawson had injury struggles the years before that. But you're right about Dunlap. Call me optimistic but my expectations for our trio this year is higher than the Cinci trio for the past few years.
  9. Definitely the best unit on the team. Rankins played on a great defensive line for several years now, but I don't think Q or Lawson has ever played in a unit like this. If you look at their ages, time in the league, situation, new head coach... there could be more than one career-year on that defensive line this season.
  10. I'm about it, but I don't think Julio wants to come here. He wants to play for a SB contender. Interested to see if Green Bay gets involved as a way to settle with Rodgers. But it sounds like a LA Rams move if they have any draft picks left.
  11. Very easy to get excited about this dude. That AJ Brown video where he was crying tears of joy for Moore was a bit "that's my quarterback-ish" but I can't help but see that, and articles like this, as genuinely encouraging.
  12. Agree with a lot of this. Cryptp seems far too speculative and dependent on 'timing the market'. I'm also interested in the technology and the idea, vaguely of course, but I don't like short-term, speculative investments. There are some diversified crypto funds out there that are heavily weighted towards bitcoin, but hedge with 25% or so spread out amongst other cryptos. I like that idea. I haven't bought into any yet, but I think that's a prudent strategy. As for inflation, we had what, no inflation in 2020? And now we have 4% in 2021? Sounds like a lot, but then you consider
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