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  1. Yup, that stuck out to me too as a sore thumb. Not to mention, the most obvious, bland "improvements" list...I think my 8 year old daughter could have come up with these suggestions.
  2. I agree, but not all drafts are equal. Not all players are equal. I'm not even saying I advocate for a trade up. I am simply asking the question, what if the Jets evaluation leads to them believing there is 1 sure-fire, stud...one superstar, then a bunch of question marks, Jags, and potential? What if that 1 superstar was at a position of great need? I am just saying, it's not like they don't have the ammo to make it happen....and with a pick at 10, it's not like they can't trade back from that pick and recoup some of what they had to spend to get said stud player at 1 or 2.
  3. What if the Jets, after full evaluation, determine there is 1 player in the draft head and shoulders above the rest? Under this scenario, would you support the Jets trading up to 1 or 2 (assuming they can get said player at # 2)? What would it cost to make the move up from 4? And could they then trade back from 10 and recoup most if not all of what they traded away to move up for, in their evaluation, the best player in the draft? I see a lot of chatter about a trade down, but what if a trade up to get the best player is the right move for this franchise?
  4. This is why there are no truly great teams. The focus is certainly NOT on being the best they can be at all times. Makes it exciting because all these divas can lose any given week.
  5. Un be lievable! You serious gonna do a stupid fn dance down by 7 in the 4th quarter while there’s a flag down giving the opponent a first down?!?!?? This generation SUCKS!!!!! You are NOT special. You do not get a Participation Trophy. You suck and your record says so. so stop the stupid dancing and work harder.
  6. Way to go, Kev! For the most part, me too....although, I'll be honest, when they called that Roughing the Passer in the first half, I couldn't help but scream and curse....that was a BS call if there ever was one. Changed the momentum, and may have ultimately changed the game. Not that the Jets played well, but the Falcons are bad too. Jets could have pulled it out, especially if they grabbed some momentum in the first half / offense got into a grove sooner.
  7. Good breakdown. I think these we can chalk up to rookie QB / bad timing (Pass rush on the first one, bad snap on the 2nd one). I think there is hope they can work all these things out, and improve. Maybe the bye came at a good time. Give these guys time to take a few deep breath's, watch the tape, communicate, iron out some of these issues, and maybe we come out of the bye a better football team. I expect them to take steps this year, hopefully big steps as the year goes on. I truly think there is a lot of talent on this team, sometimes it just takes time. It sucks, espe
  8. Exactly...we could use a little positivity around here. If nothing else, just to balance things out.
  9. Amen!!! Been "enjoying" the roller coaster for a long long time...lately, a lot more downs than ups. To the point where it's genuinely not even fun or enjoyable watching the games, they are so pathetically bad. So, I get it, when I see all this negativity swirling. That's why I, only half jokingly, say there is some sort of collective mental illness amongst our fanbase right now. You can only take so much. @GreenBean talks about the click of the coaster as it rises up. Perfect analogy. It takes way way longer to reach the top, when starting at the bottom. And make no mist
  10. Yes Sir...I too am a Rangers fan. That's another chapter in psychological warfare. But at least we have '94. One day, the Jets will get there's. I truly Believe. JD, Saleh, and ZW have my full, devotion and support, as they do their best to turn this ship in the right direction. Hoping it's sooner than later...in the meantime, I'm going to enjoy watching the kids grow and learn and get better.
  11. LOL Well, I hope you are right, but we'll worry about multiple AFTER we have that first glorious, ever elusive day.... I honestly think our fan base, as a whole, is suffering from some sort of mental illness...I'm not a psychologist, but seems given our tortured history, there's something to this. A person can only endure so much before fraying at the edges, and eventually you snap. I have sympathy for all my fellow travelers, as only us true fans fully understand the depths of torture involved with being a Jets fan. There must be special place in heaven for us...hopefully the b
  12. Your lips to God's ears, brother! Hang in there.
  13. I preface by saying that am 47 years old, and have never seen the Jets win a Super Bowl. Some of you may have. My father did. But I did not. When I was a boy, I listened to my Dad talk of Joe Willy Namath, Emerson Boozer, Matt Snell, and Don Maynard. My imagination soared as he spun tales of "The Guarantee", and how the underdog Jets took down Unitas and his mighty Colts. My first memories are of Freeman McNeil, and Joe Klecko...then the Sack Exchange. Loved Marty Lyons, Greg Buttle, Mickey Shuler, and Pat Leahy. In '82, we almost made it. But Don Shula decided it
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