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  1. It's the AFC title game -or Herm takes the ride Joe Pesci got to a basement in Canarsie the day after the season ends. He will be gone-and there's nothing you Hermaphrodites can do.

    No way does Herm get canned with a winning season whether they reach the title game or not.

    He might deserve to get canned in such a scenario, but he will not. I think we all know that too.

  2. Nothing obvious has happened yet. But if in the first exhibition the Jets 1st unit cannot mount a pass rush, it will start in earnest.

    Javon Walker is in camp.

    Terrell Owens is in camp.

    Abraham, forced to make due on a measly $ 6.7 million, will be in camp when he gets tired of doing nothing and the thought of missing a game check comes into clear focus.

    Walker and Owens have both signed contracts and be fined for non-attendance.

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    http://www.ffmastermind.com/2005/offseason/reports/eye173.php

    What a difference a year makes! In 2004, the Jets were desperately trying to right the ship. They were coming off a season of injuries, miscalculations and lots of losses. Well, right the ship they did. So much so that the folks out at Hofstra are now saddled with expectations. This is better than having the fans and media calling for your head.

    Last year, Jets GM Terry Bradway was faced with an aging defense that leaked like a sieve and gave up more long runs than the New York City Marathon. He axed a ton of veteran players and conducted a major roster overhaul.

    Last year

  4. Are you friggin' kidding me? So a coach should be AFRAID to grow a pair of testicles and BE A COACH for fear that an injury-prone locker-room cancer won't try as hard? I'd LOVE to hear what Bill Belicheck would say about that comment.

    F#ck you Abraham, and F#ck you Herm for not taking a stand against this Sh#t. This is part of the reason why this franchise hasn't won in 36 years. NO BALLS.

    Really? Where was the lack of balls when Herm suspended the guy? Your argument leaks like a sieve.

  5. I gotta admit. Watching that game and seeing TO bust his a** and still make plays, I gained alot of respect for the man as a player, but then just a month later he asks for more money so all that newfound respect I had for him was gone and more!

    Patriots were lucky TO was injured, he would have breezed by slow rodney harrison had he been full strength.

    He says stupid things, but he also shows up to play and does things that nobody else does.

    Can you imagine trying to deal with Owens and Moss plus Lamont Jordan? Yikes!

    They find a better QB and it's lights out.

  6. I gotta admit. Watching that game and seeing TO bust his a** and still make plays, I gained alot of respect for the man as a player, but then just a month later he asks for more money so all that newfound respect I had for him was gone and more!

    Patriots were lucky TO was injured, he would have breezed by slow rodney harrison had he been full strength.

    He says stupid things, but he also shows up to play and does things that nobody else does.

    Can you imagine trying to deal with Owens and Moss plus Lamont Jordan? Yikes!

    They find a better QB and it's lights out.

  7. Just remember that overt the past 5 years, Rocky Biddle is the only MLB pitcher to ever come back to pitch in the majors from a Labrum tear.

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    Who are the guys who failed to comeback because of a labrum repair? Short list.

    Dwight Gooden had a labrum tear and they fixed it in the late 80's. He pitched ten more years. They are better at this stuff now than they were then.

    You are also talking about a totally different level of shoulder stress and torque. Throwing a baseball 90-plus is a different deal.

    Pennington needs to make a few throws and show that he can take a hit. He does that and it's game on.

  8. Just remember that overt the past 5 years, Rocky Biddle is the only MLB pitcher to ever come back to pitch in the majors from a Labrum tear.

    680_2.jpg

    Who are the guys who failed to comeback because of a labrum repair? Short list.

    Dwight Gooden had a labrum tear and they fixed it in the late 80's. He pitched ten more years. They are better at this stuff now than they were then.

    You are also talking about a totally different level of shoulder stress and torque. Throwing a baseball 90-plus is a different deal.

    Pennington needs to make a few throws and show that he can take a hit. He does that and it's game on.

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