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  1. Winning two Super Bowls doesn't automatically get you into the hall of fame. See: Jim Plunkett. 

    Being a two time Super Bowl MVP against Bill Belichick's and Tom Brady's dynasty can't be overstated. He ended what would have been the greatest season of the NFL, and any American sport for that matter. 210 consecutive regular season starts doesn't hurt. Most players don't win a Super Bowl. Most players don't even make it to the Super Bowl. Most players don't win a Super Bowl MVP. A total of FIVE players have won multiple Super Bowl MVPs including the guy Eli Manning beat twice. Tom Brady has four Super Bowl MVPs. If Eli Manning had beaten Phillip Rivers and Andy Dalton instead of Tom Brady, there MIGHT be a case for Eli not making the hall of fame. 


  2. 20 minutes ago, SAR I said:

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    1.  Nice job in beating the Patriots.

    2.  No HOF for you.

    SAR I

    You're not going to win this one. Two Super Bowl MVP's against the Patriots with one of those wins stopping an undefeated season gets you into Canton. He wasn't the QB of two Super Bowl teams, He was the MVP. His opponent of those two Super Bowl wins? 4 time Super Bowl MVP, Tom Brady.

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  3. 1 hour ago, deucebag said:

    It was great watching Belichick get po'd, but TBH they should adjust the rules and make any dead ball penalty that is deemed intentional into a 15yd unsportsmanlike conduct penalty against the team committing the penalty,  Its bush league and annoying. 

    Agreed. This needs an immediate rule change. This goes against the spirit of fair play, and has no place in the game. 

    There was an old Nintendo/Genesis football game that had no play clock, so you could take the lead in the fourth quarter and run out the clock. I could be remembering fake news, but I recall it being a Mike Ditka game. 


  4. 48 minutes ago, kevinc855 said:

    Now that we are set on draft position I was curious on who was taken at 11. Turns out it, maybe like us was O line. It was Jonah Williams out of Alabama.  Didn’t play a game this year due to injury 🙄

    That doesn't mean it was a bad pick at the time, and it doesn't mean it will be bad pick in the future. He got injured in camp. It happens.

    Drafting a fat defensive lineman at 3 was a bad pick at the time, and will be a bad pick in the future.

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  5. 2 hours ago, The Crusher said:

    If you found a roach in your meal why would you want a free meal? Wouldn’t you just go someplace else to eat? Unless of course you like the crunchy texture and creamy insides of a properly prepared roach. 

    I'll pay more for the extra protein.

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  6. 28 minutes ago, TuscanyTile2 said:

    The Jets missed out on both Lawrence Taylor and Brett Favre by 1 pick. Could you imagine how different our franchise’s history would be if we go those guys?

    The Jets also drafted a fat defensive lineman at 6 when they needed pretty much everything other than a fat defensive lineman. 

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  7. 2 hours ago, Jets723 said:

    I really don’t get the whole”meaningless wins” argument.  No team is just gonna lie down and lose on purpose.  There are a lot of bad teams this year so it would have been very difficult to tank even if we wanted to 

    People who lose at life want their team to lose in order to get a better draft pick. The kind of people who want to see a roach in their food so that they can get a free meal. Keep clear of that loser mentality and the losers who feel that way. Glad to see that you understand. 

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  8. 18 hours ago, k-met57 said:

    Prob second worst ever for us after Neil O’Donnell 

    Neil O'Donnell was about to lead us to a playoff berth in Detroit but Parcells decided that Leon Johnson and Ray Lucas should be playing QB. The O'Donnell contract was bad but not even close to the TJ contract debacle. 

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  9. I still don't think that Gase is the right guy, but a win this weekend over the Bills would make him 6-2 in the second half of the season. That is a great stretch regardless of who is on your schedule. I look forward to this off-season with Gase as HC, but I lean a little on the pessimistic side until I see the Jets consistently win football games.

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  10. Either way, it's coming off. You might even leave it on and let it fall off as the adhesive wears out. It still doesn't change the fact that the Band-Aid is coming off. 

    I wasn't a fan of the Gase hire, but I allowed people such as Adam Schein to convince me that Gase was the right choice. I was patient and understood that there would be growing pains with a new coach, a young QB, and a poor starting OL. Mono and new injuries every week bought Gase some time, and additional patience on my part. I fail to see how Gase is made any improvements in his coaching style since he left the Dolphins. It's more of the same. It's my opinion that Gase is the kind of coach who has a style and game plan that he tailors his team around instead of the inverse. It's quite possible that he can succeed with the exact players he needs, but you could say that about any coach. Good coaches puts every player in the best position to succeed. Perpetually losing coaches misuse hall of fame caliber running backs and make them look pedestrian. Good coaches make adjustments from drive to drive, and even more so from half to half. Losing coaches run the same unimaginative running plays and screens that force 3rd and longs. I could go on, but nothing I am saying is something that we haven't discussed ad nauseam. 

    4-2 over six games seems like reason to be optimistic, but I cannot get over the loss to the Bengals. If that L is against almost any other team, I likely wouldn't even considered starting this thread. You don't get a playoff birth from going on a 4-2 run, but you do miss the playoffs when your record is 5-9 after 14 games. Anything short of the Jets putting on a clinic for two weeks in a row to end the season is reason to rip off the Band-Aid the day after the Bills game.

    The optics are awful, and I understand that courting a new head coach becomes harder when fire two coaches in two years. I understand that paying three head coaches and two general managers is not good business acumen. I don't care and neither should Chris Johnson. You can only delay the inevitable. Gase is not Super Bowl material, and he needs to go sooner rather than later. His ceiling is 10-6 with a wild card birth, and unfortunately, he already hit his ceiling with his previous team. 

    I would like nothing more than to be dead wrong and look back at this post with a sh*t eating grin. The reality of the situation is that we are going to improve next year, but not make the strides that give you any hope that there is a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. At the end of the rainbow is my clenched fist and bite marks on my first knuckle. 

    "You could have said this in the (insert thread.)" "Did we really need a new thread about this?" No, I guess we didn't. Now what?

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  11. On 12/17/2019 at 8:42 AM, #27TheDominator said:

    As stated in the rest of the thread, thinking it was a nice move done 3 years later than necessary.  

    If they ended up stuck, choosing between Barkley, Rosen, Allen and Jackson and took Rosen, you are willing to absolve Maccagnan because "Rosen was highly rated?" 

    As stated many times before, it was a fantastic move. You seem to disagree. We are going to have to leave it at that. 

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