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  1. There is one thing nobody has brought up. The lockerroom. Where is she going to dress? If anyone has ever taken a tour of a pro stadium, you would be in awe of how luxurious lockerrooms are. This move has discrimination lawsuits written all over it unless the team that signs her has a luxury suite for her to change in. The other thing the hazing that goes on in the league. She is a seasoned pro in soccer and has played on the world's stage at the highest level, how will she react to getting coffee for the vets. Lastly, if anyone thinks some player is not going to get in her face and try to humiliate her, you don't  know how these macho players act. Not too long ago a player stuck his dick in the face of a female reporter. 

    As much as I wouldn't  care if the kicker was from Mars, this isn't  something that will ever work long term.

  2. 17 hours ago, chirorob said:

    What happens the 1st time there is a kickoff, and she has to try to help with a tackle, or someone who weighs 230 pounds goes to block her at full speed.

    She will do the same thing 95% of the kickers in the league do. Wiff. 

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  3. 17 hours ago, Embrace the Suck said:

    I'd bet its overturned. They weren't writing prescriptions or using them in a manner otherwise intended. Sue the doctors writing fraudulent the scrips. Call for the FDA to revisit oxys and tighten up their scheduling. Otherwise it's just a cash grab.

    J&J misrepresented the addictiveness of the drugs to both Drs and patients.  That said this fune is piss in the ocean to them. That is a 300 billion dollar company.  

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  4. 18 minutes ago, DirtyJersey said:

    Holy Delusions, Bat Man!  When Bell carries the Jets for 8-9yrs, you can say he is better than Martin.  

    Sanchez had more potential, after the 2 AFC championship games.

    And you are calling me delusional? 

    What exactly did Sanchez do to take the Jets to the AFCCG? Not lose games the D was winning for the Jets? Anyone with even the slightest football IQ knew Sanchez was along for the ride. If he was any good we would have beaten the Steelers. Can you name me one drive in those games where Sanchez willed the team to a win but some other player lost it? 

    As far as Martin, he was a great back for us but carried us? Carried is where? I mean what did the Jets accomplish with him? I'm not saying the teams performance was his fault, most of the teams he was on sucked but you are speaking about him like he was Emitt Smith or Walter Peyton.  

     

  5. 2 minutes ago, DirtyJersey said:

    Jeez, take a breath.  1 decent season and you act like the guy is in Canton.  He has a long way to go before that trade tops the Curtis Martin trade.

    You can't  compare Martin to this. We have had RB'S  better than Martin, as a matter of fact,  we have one now who is. No QB we have had even comes close to what Darnolds potential is and I fully believe this guy is a difference maker. The guy has the ability  to create on his own if things break down. That makes him an elite prospect.

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  6. 13 hours ago, New York Mick said:

    Their back up Karras is ranked higher then every lineman on the Jets by 20 points or more outside of Kalil. He’s ranked 10 higher then him. I’m starting to think PFF is bias against the Jets. 

    PFF has been kissing the Pats behind for years. It was practically unreadable during deflategate

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  7. 22 minutes ago, Villain The Foe said:

    He was the 2nd most inaccurate QB of the guys drafted in the 1st round. Accuracy is very hard to fix by the time you get to the pros. 

    His ceiling is the highest because of how physically gifted his is. Men arent made like that everyday. However, as a QB, he's no where near as gifted as a Sam Darnold for example. 

    Sam had accuracy  issues as well and I believe they found something in his throwing motion or how he setup and he got much better. I do hope Allen sucks because  he is in our division so hopefully  nobody is doing this with him. 

  8. 1 hour ago, Villain The Foe said:

    Imagine if Andrew Luck decided to retire before the 2018 draft. We would not have Sam Darnold right now. Talk about a trade looking great for the Colts, some even comparing it to highway robbery, only to have your Franchise QB that allowed you to even make such a trade retire a year later. 

    That gotta hurt. 

    Welp, I guess we won that trade! 

    I bet Luck keeps playing. If it was the off-season, then it would carry more weight.  Saying this are his age and point in his career just sounds like he had a bad week. 

  9. 2 hours ago, johnnyjet said:

    I get it.  But the 2nd half of these games are just unwatchable.  I keep going back to the year the Jets were undefeated in the preseason and abosolutely sucked once the games counted.  Last nights game against the saints was brutal.  Penalties galore on both teams.  Don’t know what the fix is but should definitely cut the preseason down.  

    It's  preseason for the refs as well. They are experimenting with how some penalties  get called.  Sure the game would be less of a flag fest if it was regular  season.  The zebras definitely  had an effect on the outcome of last night's game.

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  10. 7 minutes ago, Patriot Killa said:

    Ya but we also don’t need Alex Brown or whoever else they found off the Ravens scout team.

    The starters are going to be Johnson if he stays healthy and Roberts and we have Poole as a nickle. These three are good enough to play the position. Alex Brown I'm not even sure sticks. He's 4th or 5th. There is more depth behind the starters before we get to Alex Brown. 

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  11. You know what, this excuse about Mac is not holding water. Basically we need better coaching at the position of DB. These are supposed to be professional players. We don't  need Talib or Peterson to cover guys every weekend. We aren't  facing Nuke or AJ Green every game. The coaches need to scheme a D and put these guys in position to succeed.  We have veteran  players at DB. It's time they started playing like it. 

    I agree, our secondary  looked horrible last night and there is virtually no pass rush. I hope we are just playing a basic D because if this is what we trot out every week, the O better score 30 every game

  12. 7 minutes ago, genot said:

    Tom Brady is ass...., but he's a great QB. Let's not lie to ourselves. Baker is a very talented QB, with a tremendous ego. I just don't see him imploding. Oh, yea. Baker certainly is an ass...., too.

    I hate Brady but I have to admit the guy is a class act as far as he conducts himself deflategate withstanding. 

     

  13. 1 hour ago, NYJ1 said:

    Come on? Did you really need to ask what our reaction would be if it were Sam? You already know the answer to that question. However, even within all the responses of the sky is falling, there would be a few of those level headed responses that go something like, "this is what preseason is for. Have to work out the kinks." Something like that.

    Complain about Jet nation responses all you'd like, it isn't about to change. You seem to forget about 50 + years of negative conditioning.

    But it's also a silly thread to make. The fact is, Sammy has played marvelously given his very young fledgling career. Who would have thought we would be saying this now just after he threw that pick 6 in last year's opener against the Lions? 

    Every REASONABLE Jet fan (and yes that includes Jet nation posters) knows that Sammy will undoubtedly have some more poor performances. It's probably going to get a little worse before it gets better. They'll probably be some rather "over the top" posts that make you think Jet nation will collectively slit their own throats. But make no mistake there isn't a single poster on this site that won't be supportive of Sammy through thick and thin. That support is 100% based on a 20 year old's performance in his rookie season. We liked what we saw.

    First off this is a legitimate  question with the climate around here. People are still innthe show me stage with Sam. 

    Second, it was the Baker who stunk up the joint who the Browns selected over Sam. If it was Josh Allen and I posted this you would have a point. 

    Just so you know how I feel, I think Sam is going to be the best QB in the NFL in a year or two so I wouldn't  care. 

  14. 34 minutes ago, ASH1962 said:

    Did you happen to watch that game? No Beckham, no Landry. Mayfield made some absolutely awesome throws that his receivers dropped. I hate his guts and think he a doosh-nozzle, but the fact is he can play football and is going to be a top 5 QB in the NFL, period so get used to is.

    There was one drop in the end zone and it would have been a great out stretching grab had the WR held on. I didn't  see a bunch of balls bouncing off receivers really. What I did see was Baker over throw the ball and stare down the receiver after the play. 

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  15. 44 minutes ago, CTM said:

    Baker was a rookie playing for a historically inept team and posted the 12th best DVOA in the league last year. Sam was 30th.

    At college Baker put up 3 seasons significantly better than Sam's best year (his first) while Sam regressed and had a very underwhelming second year. 

    So yeah, Baker has a much longer track record of completing passes, not turning the ball over, running an offense on schedule  and generally  playing the position at high level.

    These are hard facts and you guys who cant accept them are a bit cartoonish.

    Sam may one day be a better QB, he certainly flashes elite ability and I can get down with the arguement that his cieling is higher than Bakers. But as of now his floor is much lower and that's why a bad game would be more concerning.

    Anyone who looked at the roster turnover at USC Sam's second season should be able to understand the issues he had to deal with. If Baker dealt with the same thing then yeah, I agree with you but I don't  think Baker went from throwing to Ju Ju Smith to a bunch of new recruits in his sophomore year. 

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  16. 13 minutes ago, CTM said:

    Concerned either way but more concerned if it was Sam. Fact is that Baker has a longer track record of playing well, making a bad game more likely to be just a bad game.

    See, this is what I don't get. Baker has a losing record  in the NFL. How is that in any way a measure of playing well?

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