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THE BARON

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  1. A short sample size so far, but I had the feeling, that most fans REALLY love the first Jet's team that they were introduced to. For me, it was the 1981/82 Jets. Might as well list that entire roster as my favorite Jets off all time. No game in Jet's history still PISSES ME OFF like the f*****g Mud Bowl... Even though that was my "first love", I sill have to add later Jets, Mangold and Revis to my list. Two legendary Jets of the modern era
  2. Just curious to see how the different age groups will reply... After your list of ten or so favorite Jets, please list if you are in your 20's 30's 40's 50's 60's 70's etc... My list of top ten fav. Jets 1. Mark Gastineau 2. Freeman McNeil 3. Wesley Walker 4. Bruce Harper 5. Joe Klecko 6. Marty Lyons 7. Revis 8. Mangold 9. Kyle Clifton 10. Mickey Shuler. Honorable Mentions: Pat Lahey, Dan Alexander, Joe Fields Age: 53
  3. Yeppers. And I'm actually glad a lot of people like them, or something about them. In the eye of the beholder. I can get used to the new all whites or the green top and white bottom, but I'm still going to cringe at the all green and I'm going to throw up in my mouth when I see the black uni's. Who the f**k are they pretending to be, the Raiders ??? It seems that many NFL teams over the years were queer to add black to their uni. Why ??? It's been done before...
  4. And when I see law enforcement officers break traffic laws on a whim, that is a violation of the law and criminal as well. Why not issue a warrant for them too ??? What we have here is an immature kid acting out like a fool and another lord high authority figure on a power trip. I don't care for either one of them...
  5. I agree. I loved the old all whites. Classic, clean, classy... One of the sharpest unis in the league...
  6. I dig... I think the NFL has a rule about how often you can change your uni. You cant change it from year to year. Glad you like them...
  7. You really like the new ones ??? Not trying to be a wise ass. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. I guess I'd feel a little better if a lot of people liked the way they look. All of the Jet fans that I know don't like them at all...
  8. Yeah, I know it has been said, but I can't reconcile myself with these new Jet uniforms. They look totally bush league. The all whites and the green ones have a half-finished, half-ass'ed look to them. They really look shoddy. The black ones look like absolute garbage. An NFL franchise with all the resources that the Jets have and they come up with a piece of crap like that ??? F**K sake... They are painful to watch. As if Gase's horrendous offensive scheme wasn't bad enough, now I have to stomach looking at these abominations. And I've heard that CJ LOVES them ??? Talk about
  9. Metrics ??? Hell, you don't need metrics to see that Gase is not up to the task. All you need is the "eye test". It was painfully obvious...
  10. Unless the Jets pry Anthony Castonzo away from the Colts, the Jets had better draft the best offensive lineman available or I am going to drive my head through a wall... That is priority one. Every other need shrinks to insignificance... A dead QB can not throw to the best WR's in the league A dead QB can not hand the ball off to the best RB's in the league A team with a dead QB cant win even with the best defense in the league
  11. I think Darnold would do really well in the type of offense that Joe Bugel ran with Washington when they won the Superbowl. Joe Theisman worked to an ideal in that offense because he could move as well as Darnold can, and he can trow on the move. That offense specialized in moving the pocket. Play action was tremendous and the running game had opposing defenses throwing fits with all the line motion. They ran counter-gap better than any other pro team I have seen since then. It also sets the table for some long bombs to be completed. It would be PERFECT for Sam. All they need is bunch
  12. I said this a few weeks back and I got flamed by all the LJ fanboys. LJ is a limited pro qb. He will impress vs. average teams, but fall flat against the big boys.
  13. Good grief. Don't you get it ??? Gase is probably a good QB coach, but despite that, he cant run a team or even an offense.
  14. And before that, it was Jim Sweeney, Joe Fields and Schmidt. Some of the best ever to snap a football...
  15. Interesting thought. Not many pro teams carry a fullback these days, but they can come in handy. Can the economy of using a single roster spot for a stater that can double as a full back spark new consideration for teams in the draft and players in college ??? I can see positions like LB, DE, DT, OG, OT, C possibly developing that skill set AND FB skill set too. It would add a lot of value to that payers marketability and it would be a great help to an NFL team to have a monster FB for short yardage, goal line, decoy *without* having to use a roster spot for a dedicated FB
  16. Wanna hear a hot one ??? You wont here this from too many other commentators. Joe Judge is going to be a *winning* NFL HC. Matt Rhule is going to fail as an NFL HC. Mark it.
  17. Right. But McCarthy is a HC that "runs the show". The Johnson's would not be able to meddle. That is why they would not hire him regardless of how much better of a choice he was vs. the con man they hired.
  18. He is trash as a HC and needs to go. The problem is... He is not trash as a personal promoter.
  19. Because Gase cant run a team or even an offense. He may be good as a position coach, and that seems to be what he uses to sell himself, but he does not have the tools to succeed as a HC and probably as an OC either This is not a vote for Gase as HC. Quite the opposite. I'm explaining how he's been able to con Johnson with a pitch that professional salesman call "successive issues"
  20. A quick thought on Gase - Tannehill Fans and talking heads are using Tannehill's recent excellent performance as an exhibit to criticize Gase. Now that Tannehill is no longer being coached by Gase, he looks so much better... Tannehill didn't all of a sudden grow a new brain. He is using what Gase taught him... We also know that Peyton manning is a supporter of Gase... What does this all add up to ??? Gases has merit as a QB coach and it was fairly noticed by Manning and is being utilized now by Tannehill.. As impressive as it can look, obviously, it does not ad
  21. My Ideal Scenario: Jets land Costanzo in FA. LT is *SET* Jets draft Wirfs or Wills with the # 11 for RT. MUCH Prefer Wirfs for his mobility and flexibility. With Darnold, you'll want a mobile line that can move the pocket. Harrison stays on as the starting center, or competes for the starting job with the other interior lineman including additional interior lineman that you pick-up in rounds 4-7 or in FA Jets pick up two other inside offensive lineman between the 4th and 7th round or FA Consideration with those picks is given to players that can best fit into an aggr
  22. Wirfs would be a good pick, especially if they cant lure Costanzo in FA. IMHO, Wirfs will make the better pro LT vs. Wills. And that is what they will need if Joe D. does not go hard to land Costanzo
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