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  1. 1 hour ago, THE BARON said:

    He may be Saleh's downfall by becoming the next Jets HC.  I expect that is what we will eventually see.  I like Saleh, but if and when it is "time" for him to move on, LaFleur is the next one up.

    I think lafleur will be in line for a HC spot (not with jets) in a few years if the team turns around. Seems like they are grooming the qb coach to take his spot eventually 

  2. 4 hours ago, Hael said:

    So Garret Wilson is playing well and everything.  But his playstyle has me really scared for his future.  He needs to put on about 20 pounds of muscle yesterday, if he wants to survive in this league.   That hit he took looked like someone snapping a pretzel in half.


    Jamarr chase is only about 8 lbs heavier than Wilson and seems to be pretty damn good 

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  3. 4 minutes ago, Joe Willie White Shoes said:

    The population in the NYC metro area is 20 million people and it is dow .02% over the past few years - which is insignificant.  This is the largest market in the USA.  The idea that a .02 % decline in population results in the failure to fill an 80,000 seat stadium is a joke, especially when you consider that the team has been terrible for 10 years and the stadium is among the worst in the league.  If cities with a fraction of the population of NY can sell out with raucous crowds, the Jets should have no problem.  

    I never said it was the main reason. It could have some effect though. I know lots of people that left. 

    “Separately, new Census numbers last week showed that New York’s population fell 319,020, or 1.6%, in the 12 months leading up to July 1, 2021 — the biggest single-year drop in state history.”


    the team being terrible for so long has a lasting effect also. Young people choosing their favorite team likely won’t pick the jets unless their family are also fans. The average age of jets fans is likely higher than many other fanbases 

  4. His time to throw was way too long today. The average is right around 2.5 seconds. He has that the majority of the time today. Was the ol great? No they weren’t, but they were definitely not the reason for a mess that was the offense. This falls squarely on Flacco and lafleur 


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  5. Just now, TheNuuFaaolaExperience said:

    I did. He was awful. The line was awful. An awful QB and awful OL makes for an awful result. 

    There’s an obvious correlation which seems to escape you. To make it very very basic - bad qb makes ol look bad 

  6. 4 minutes ago, TheNuuFaaolaExperience said:

    This is not at all burn you think it is. He must have been serviceable at RT and a hell of a value for the 3rd round. 

    Our OL is in shambles because we moved a left guard to right guard, a left tackle to right tackle, no wait, we moved a right tackle to left tackle after the left tackle we signed to replace the left tackle who went to right tackle had to go back to left tackle. Also, Joe Flacco threw the ball 50 times because they couldn’t run block.

    Also, Also, please don’t compare Joe Flacco to Josh Allen. Please. Ok?

    The LT is the same as last year, Pro bowl lg, average center and same as last year, top 15 pick rg, rookie rt. This type of OL is completely fine most teams don’t even have a line this decent. Flacco made the ol look way worse than it was. He’s a statue and held the ball for far too long. You saying the ol is in shambles is ridiculous. Do you watch other teams? If you did you would know they aren’t that bad. The qb has a huge effect on how the ol looks 

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