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Jetfan13 last won the day on November 12 2010

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About Jetfan13

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    older but better
  • Birthday 06/23/1956

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    I'd have to kill you
  • Where do you live?
    Boca Raton, Fla
  • What are your interests? Hobbies?
    golf, Jets & Jets road trips
  • What do you do for a living?
    Utilities Superintendent

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  • What is your favorite Jets related memory?
    being at Super Bowl 3
  • Do you have season tickets?
    no, long trip every week from Fla
  • What Jets memory broke your heart?
    most recently the 1998 Championship game, but there are many others
  • Who is your favorite member of the NY Jets flight crew?
    The blond
  • Where you alive for Super Bowl III?
    see favorite memory

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  1. New York Jets head coach Todd Bowles announced Friday that defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson will not travel with the team to face the New Orleans Saints in Week 15 according to Brian Costello of the New York Post. Bowles made it clear that the move was not injury-related but in fact a disciplinary measure. Since signing a mega-extension in July 2016 Wilkerson has been habitually tardy to team meetings, underachieved on the field, and upset the New York media in addition to teammates. It seems clear that he will not be a member of the Jets in 2018. The Jets can release Wilkerson before his 2018 salary of $16.75 million becomes guaranteed in early March, which would cause a $9 million dead-money cap charge but save Gang Green $11 million underneath
  2. Once again the league sucks up to the patsies*. Gronkowski will miss the dolphins game but return for the Steelers. Total BS ball licking by the league once again.
  3. I guess I don’t understand the dead money part, is that owed to the player but doesn’t count against the cap?
  4. Rex should just punch him in his glass jaw.
  5. Mike Pennell Roughing the Passer

    The thing you all seem to miss is it was a BULLsh*t CALL..
  6. Gonna be epic, but please, NO PORK ROLL!!!!!
  7. Cut Robby Anderson NOW

    so do you but Max hasn't cut you yet.
  8. pretty high expectations from a rookie, since you yourself said it has never been seen.
  9. The Miami Dolphins don’t have any control over whether Mike Pouncey plays in Sunday’s game against the New York Jets. That decision is in the hands of an independent neurologist, who is walking Miami’s starting center through the four stages of the NFL’s concussion protocol program. Pouncey did some physical activity before Thursday’s practice. But he did not participate in any portion of the practice session, which hints that Pouncey is still in the early stages of the concussion protocol program, which has been in effect since 2013. It's a four-stage process players follow as they recover. Some players can clear it in less than a week. For others, it can take mon The final stage involves Pouncey’s brain activity being examined after he participates in a full practice. That means if Pouncey doesn’t practice on Friday, he likely won’t play on Sunday, In that case, Jake Brendel would likely start his first NFL game as Pouncey’s replacement. Since the NFL’s concussion protocol was enacted there has only been one Dolphins player – defensive end Mario Williams – who played a week after suffering a concussion. Most players usually need at least two weeks to be cleared. Brendel, an undrafted player out of UCLA who has worked his way up from the practice squad last season, for the most part played well in his two quarters against the Falcons, according to offensive coordinator Clyde Christensen. “For a center, that’s the hardest ballpark to go into because it’s on the road, it’s indoors, it’s noisy. For him to go in and us not to miss a beat, [for] us to not have to change anything was big,” Christensen said. “I thought he Brendel had a key role in Jay Ajayi’s two 18-yard runs on Miami’s final drive, which led to the game-winning 38-yard field goal from kicker Cody Parkey. It was Brendel who broke open running lanes, making second-level blocks on the pair of runs that Ajayi made. “You’re always going to have butterflies, especially in your first NFL game. But those go away as soon as you hit somebody,” said Brendel, who handles the center workload during practice on Pouncey’s rest days, which usually are on Thursday. “This is always something you work towards. You never want to see it happen like this, but at the same time you have to make the best of the opportunity.” The biggest challenge Brendel will likely face against a physical Jets defensive front is identifying and calling out run block assignments against the Jets’ 3-4 defense. Dolphins players and coaches were ashamed of how much the Jets dominated the line of scrimmage in last month’s 20-6 loss, which featured Miami gaining a season-low 30 rushing yards. Miami’s run game success will squarely be placed on Brendel’s shoulders if he gets the call to replace Pouncey. “It’s important to work together as a team and to just be on the same page, especially with the four [other linemen],” Brendel said. “Every snap we need to be on the same page. “I have to focus on finishing and staying square, handling my business.” The Dolphins do have other options, considering Anthony Steen started seven games at center last season. Steen has been starting at left guard this season, but Miami’s coaches could have Jesse Davis start at left guard and move Steen inside. Davis has more experience than Brendel because he spent the first three games of the season sharing the left guard snaps with Steen. But coach Adam Gase is confident the job isn’t too big for Brendel. “That’s what this game is about,” Gase said.”You’ve just got to go next man up and we expect that guy to play well.” really played well. It was really encouraging.”
  10. Bilal's Back to Help 'Grind It Out' at Miami Posted 17 hours ago Randy Lange NYJets.com Contributor@rlangejets a a Powell Practices Full Today as Jets Seek Consistency in Ground Game vs. Dolphins' Tough Run D The Jets have struggled to find consistency in their running game this season. They ran the ball like gangbusters against Jacksonville, so-so against Miami and Oakland, and not all that well against Buffalo, Cleveland and New England. But offensive coordinator John Morton didn't hesitate when asked today if he has concerns about the Green & White ground game. "No, I'm not concerned at all," Morton said. "I think the biggest thing where we fail is executing the play properly. All it takes is one guy." Maybe all it takes to make things fall into place again is one guy. Bilal Powell, who missed a game and a half with a calf strain, went from not practicing Wednesday to full-go today. Head coach Todd Bowles said Powell will be ready for the Dolphins. And Matt Forté said that's a good thing. View Gallery | 38 Photos Best Images from Thursday's Practice During Miami Week "That does a lot," said Forté, who returned to action himself vs. the Patriots after missing two games with a turf toe. "You just see what Bilal can do, as well in the passing game but in the running game. He has a little different style of running but has great vision and explosiveness. He adds another threat to our running game." But Bowles and Morton aren't leaving it up to just Powell. "We made a big emphasis this week" on the run game, said the OC. Will the emphasis make a difference against the Dolphins? In Game 3 the Jets ran for 103 yards at 3.0 yards/carry in the 20-6 win over Miami. On Sunday the Dolphins will have three pieces to their front-seven puzzle that they didn't have then in LBs Lawrence Timmons and Rey Maualuga and DT Jordan Phillips. Further, the Jets' worst games have come against top-10 run defenses: 38 yards vs. the No. 7 Bills, 34 vs. the No. 6 Browns. The Dolphins are fourth in the league in rush yards/game and sixth in yards/carry allowed. The Jets are 18th in yards/game and 12th in yards/carry, but that per-carry average, remember, was inflated by Powell's 75-yard burst and Elijah McGuire's 69-yard dash against the Jaguars. "It’s going to be tough. Especially at their place, it’s going to be tough," Bowles said. "They play the run very well and they play it with a seven- or eight-man box, so either way we’re just going to have to grind it out and hope we can break something late." Forté said the key to success is execution at all positions, up front as well as in the backfield. And "the Work Horse" boiled down the job ahead of running up the Dolphins' steep hill at Hard Rock Stadium to a simple observation. "The challenge is always there each week," he said, "and we've got to step up to it."
  11. Sheldon Seahawks jersey

    LOL, u guys are so smart.
  12. Gonna buy one, I hope he becomes a hall of famer. SOJ's
  13. looked pretty good. My only concern was he seemed to look at his receivers to soon in the pattern but he was still able to get the ball in.