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  1. Just now, T0mShane said:

    Gotcha. Sorry. I know it makes more work for you guys and that sucks. I will be more conscious of it in the future. Also, can you tell me who responded negatively to it so I can find them on other platforms and humiliate them? Thx

    LOL, thanks.


  2. On 7/4/2020 at 6:56 PM, T0mShane said:

    Happy 4th to everyone who didn’t destroy the country. The rest of you are Putin. But Happy 4th. 

    Tom there is a club that allows for more of this talk. I know you are joking, but you make this joke, someone got riled up and made 5 posts in response. Then that person was banned. Please joke, but just leave the politics out of it.

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  3. On 7/1/2020 at 8:09 AM, SAR I said:

    You’re probably right.  Not to mention the whole league could be shut down if a team or two has a significant outbreak, and the potential blame for putting players at risk if heaven forbid a player or coach dies. 

    Maybe it’s just best that all leagues take the year off.  

    SAR I

    There is risk there no doubt. Baseball will be a good test. They play every day. If they can make it through the season without a major outbreak football should be fine.

    I am having a hard time on the tickets though. Still might pay just in case, it would be rough for me not being there if that was an option.


  4. 16 hours ago, Bugg said:

    "Cases" are up, but still nowhere near the numbers of March and April. Morality and hospitalizations are  way down. Does not mean there are tons of people on death's door on ventilators, only that more people are getting tested. Most of them have minor or no symptoms. The elderly and those with underlying conditions need to take precautions. 

    At this point we are shutting down the economy for a what is now elongated flu season. 

    You can go to Shoprite or Costco or Trader Joes and crowd into the aisles,  or riot, but having dinner or a drink or your kid's CYO game will get you sick. Right. What bullhs!t. 

    Have you looked around the country at the states that are closing in on hospital bed capacity?

    Also this is not a Covid forum. We do have a club for that. There are political posts in here and that is going to get this locked \ moved.

    The point of this thread is the waiver. If I decided to go, if there were fans, I would sign a waiver for sure.

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  5. 17 hours ago, kevinc855 said:

    BREAKING NY just issued guidance no fans in phase 4. So the Bills will officially have no fans which I’m under the guidance from Goodell on Advantage’s no team can. This is turning into a cluster quick. This is why I said the whole everything is fine approach wouldn’t work and now it’s July with no realistic plan 

    https://www.wkbw.com/news/coronavirus/new-york-state-says-no-fans-allowed-for-professional-sports

    Lets go New Jersey Jets lol.

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  6. 20 hours ago, Losmeister said:

    By this point in a quarterback’s career, you can usually find something in the numbers that provides a glimmer of hope. That’s not really the case for Darnold, who has been a bottom-10 quarterback in just about every split you can come up with. In 2019, he ranked 29th in expected points added per play on clean dropbacks with no play-action. That doesn’t bode well.

     

    Baby Hat GIF

    LOL that is hysterical.


  7. 48 minutes ago, CTM said:

    I have taken walking conference calls for about 6 years now. Not only do I regularly get over 10k steps from it, I think better and the time goes buy quicker.

    This whole zoom thing is annoying because I'm often the only one who wont turn video on but I'm not going back to sitting all day 

    Same. Exact. Thing. Here.

    I refuse to turn on the camera. I pace back and forth in my basement. Usually hit 10,000 steps before the work day is over. I find it hard sitting still on a conference call these days.

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  8. 12 hours ago, SAR I said:

    I agree.  Here's my thinking:  By giving a July 17 deadline for the opt-out they are going to see who remains and where they are seated and that's exactly where you need to start if you're going to consider a socially distanced stadium.

    For the sake of argument, let's say 70% of the fans opt out on July 17.  That means the Jets know exactly who is attending and where they are sitting, two critical datapoints.  They can then determine who is in a safe spot (they stay in their existing seats) and move people around and away from each other (they get relocated to seats nearby).  If they have too many people in a given section, they tell them they can't attend all games or offer them a spot in the upper deck.  If they have too few people, they can offer very specific groups of 2/3/4 seats to the public.

    I guess for the NFL to come up with a social distancing strategy it starts by finding out how many people actually want to go and the Jets will know that on July 17.

    SAR I

    NJ just stopped indoor dining this week.  I really don't see any chance fans are in attendance at games this year.

    You have September and October at best, then Nov \ Dec even if things are good flu season is going to send everyone into a panic.

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  9. 29 minutes ago, Scott Dierking said:

    Great job. As a reporter, there should be some level of objectivity and ability to remove one's self from the story. He can't do that. 

    I am not sure what this regime has done to raise his ire, but something was done. And he acts like a lover scorned. 

    The few personal exchanges I have had with Manish, he has been great. He seems like a really nice guy when you deal with him. That being said, what he does trolling the team and Jets fans isn't right. So I have no problem calling him out on that.


  10. On 6/28/2020 at 6:54 AM, freestater said:

    Oh, nope sorry. I thought something had slipped past you Max. Just wanted to bring it to your attention. It just made me go woah! Didn't know if you were aware. 

    I dont want you to remove them, no. I'm a big boy, I can handle a few ads I dont neccesarily appreciate. I dont run an ad blocker because I know it helps the site to run ads. I honestly was going to send this to you in a PM, but the PM format didn't have a place for me to include the screenshot. 

    Thank you. The ad market is a bit of a cluster blank right now. So I am hoping we can leave the political ads, it does make a difference, so I appreciate it.

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