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Torus34

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About Torus34

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    jhannah158@verizon.net

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Tottenville, S.I., NYC
  • Interests
    Many and varied.

Personal Info

  • Where do you live?
    Tottenville, Staten Island
  • What are your interests? Hobbies?
    Photography, writing, woodworking, stamp collecting, cooking, many others.
  • What do you do for a living?
    Retired chemist

Jets Info

  • What is your favorite Jets related memory?
    Nothing has yet surpassed listening to Super Bowl III on the radio.
  • Do you have season tickets?
    No. I've never attended a professional football game.
  • What Jets memory broke your heart?
    TNTM
  • Where you alive for Super Bowl III?
    Sure was!

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  1. Hi, 'Defense Wins Championships'! Willie Shakespeare asked, "What's in a name?" a long time ago. It remains a valid question today. We could also ask, "What's in a team?". Let's see. A team can move to another city. [The 'Brooklyn' Dodgers.] The owners can change. The name can change [Washington Football Team]. Over a period of time the players and the coaching staff changes. I doubt if there's anyone in the Jet's organization, top to bottom, who was there when Leon Hess, whom I worked for years ago, bought the New York Titans and renamed them. Uniforms can change. So what's in a team? What is it that we root for or hate? What actually continues through the years? Something does, right? There's something permanent. But what is it? Regards, stay safe 'n well.
  2. Hi! Unfortunately, I've no experience with Hebrew. That makes your comment a tad difficult for me to understand. Regards, stay safe 'n well.
  3. The New Jersey Jets have 5 more games to play. A quick check of their opponents for weeks 13-17 is not exactly encouraging. The probability of the Jets joining that select group of teams which have played a winless season will increase with each passing week. Go, Jets!
  4. The New Jersey Jets remain one of the two most consistent teams in the NFL. The other? The Pittsburg Steelers. Meanwhile, Mr. Patrick Mahomes continues to tear up the turf with his very watchable performances. Unless I'm missing something, it seems as if opposing QB's kick their own games up a notch, too. Mr. Thomas Brady certainly had his moments last night. Go, Jets!
  5. The New Jersey Jets are scheduled for another loss this coming Sunday, 11/29, against Miami. We may well be treated again to an interception of a pass in the closing minutes of the game, with Miami boringly running out the clock. That the Jets need a QB who will A. stay healthy and B. get the dog walked is a given. The trick, of course, will be to find one who won't get disgruntled by a team which, not to belittle it, is something less than the greatest. There will be a team willing to accept Mr. Samuel Darnold, though it may not be a very profitable transaction. Meanwhile, we can watch as the New Jersey Giants drop further down the draft pick list. Regards, and enjoy the left-over turkey. Go, Jets! .
  6. Wrap-up of the Jets/Chargers game: The New Jersey Jets remain, along with the Steelers, one of the two consistent teams in the NFL. Go, Jets!
  7. We can at least be thankful that the New jersey Jets will not win a game this week [Week 10]. Go, Jets!
  8. The Patriots 2020/1 are not the Patriots of yesteryear. The NJ Jets proved that last night. That said, the Jets also demonstrated that with a few good breaks and a somewhat better team they have a shot at respectability as a so-so team rather than what they have been until now: the League's doormat. Play-calling showed a definite improvement. Whether the play-calling was essentially the same but matched better with Mr. Joseph Flacco's particular skill toolkit is a good topic for discussion. With a 'lost' season now in the books, the Jets have the freedom to try out a number of changes. It will be interesting to see if this option is explored. Go, Jets!
  9. If the predictions of those supposedly in the know are correct [Jets down by 10 points, Giants down by 3 points,] we'll find our two local New Jersey NFL teams with a combined total w/l of 1/17 at the end of Week 9. I believe this to be a 'first'. That, at least, makes something out of [almost] nothing. Go, Jets!
  10. A factor that, perhaps, isn't given sufficient weight is that the Patriots team will have to face Mr. William Belichick in the locker room at game's end. He will not be what you would call a happy puppy should the Patriots lose. Regards, stay safe 'n well. Go, Jets!
  11. It may be that Mr. Daniel Jones' biggest fans are the defensive backs of the teams that play against him. He certainly hands them [Ed.: C'mon, man. Be precise. He throws them ...] a couple of good reasons every game. Go, Jets!
  12. No matter how you shake it, our two local New Jersey NFL teams are 1 and 16 combined. The biggest question I have, going forward, is how will each of them engineer a loss next game? Go, Jets!
  13. Team loyalty aside, Mr. Patrick Mahomes is an exciting QB to watch. The team surrounding him nicely complements his extraordinary abilities. Too bad the Jets had to play against him. It took something away, for Jets fans, from simply sitting back and watching him do things 'with a will', as the old seaman's phrase goes.

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