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sirlancemehlot last won the day on May 7 2011

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About sirlancemehlot

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  • Birthday 04/05/1972

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    born the son of a sharecrooper
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    in the back by that thing on the left
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    animals with exoskeletons/ribbon dancing in basketball shorts
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  • What is your favorite Jets related memory?
    That one season the team didn't collapse and completely dissapoint me. wait....uh, okay, the pretzels in Shea
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  • What Jets memory broke your heart?
    the Jets killed my dog once. And one of my sisters.
  • Who is your favorite member of the NY Jets flight crew?
    they have names?
  • Where you alive for Super Bowl III?

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  1. I think the poor play of Wes Johnson negatively effects the grading of our two guards. The line, particularly the interior line, is a unit that must work as a team within a team. It would be impossible for Carpenter or Winters do grade out in the top ten at their positions while lined up next to the worst starting center in the league imo.
  2. There's only one reason to trade Luck. He's damaged goods. Guy was supposed to be ready for camp. But his Shou7lder was in too much pain. so they let him rest it. He'd be ready for game 1, they said. But his shoulder hadn't responded well to throwing, joint swelled, very painful. So they put him on short-term IR. And he's ready to come back! Except he isn't. Shoulder became acutely painful again. Now they're considering shutting him down for the season. Sorry, but he was ruined by Pagano. Herm now has good company. https://www.indystar.com/story/sports/nfl/colts/2017/08/16/andrew-lucks-secret-pain-timeline-injury-colts-hid-more-than-year/523709001/
  3. The reason, I think we all found out, was Snacks Harrison is no longer pushing up the middle of the pocket. So sad we let the best DL walk.
  4. No, time to give the Pro Player Scouts raises. Those are the guys who scour the waiver wires, practice squads and certain position-rich rosters for players to fill holes. Source: I'm related to one.
  5. OLine > Franchise QB

    I agree. The problem becomes: it can take any given team decades to find an elite QB as their are only 4 or five active in the league at any given time. So it's a matter of attainability versus pure value. I'd argue a top line is far more attainable, and makes us competitive. It's also an absolute necessity should you find the four leaf clover of a franchise QB. Prescott is a solid pro with that line, as was Sanchez in NY. While luck is elite but unsuccessful due to being a punching bag.
  6. OLine > Franchise QB

    But Sanchez and that Oline got to two AFCG. We haven't sniffed that success since the line disintegrated. You can have success with an excellent line and poor QB play, but not the other way around.
  7. Wow. This was without question the most nonsensical article I've read on any topic all year. No proof, no smoking gun, no statement by the athletes...just the argument that Florham Park...which is beautiful by the way and hosts one of the best athletic facilities in the entire league, isn't California? Or is it because the Jets are a bad team? Because I'm pretty sure the best players go to the teams with the worst records on draft day. So WTF is that argument. This article should be titled: One easy trick to lose a QB! Or What QB's don't want you to know! Or, seven reasons Doctors hate Darnold... number five will shock you!
  8. History Repeating Itself?

    Perhaps after the huge cap purge they can hire a new Gm to sign a bunch of over-the-hill, overpriced vets, spend every penny of the cap, fall just short of a playoff run, then cut everybody and rebuild again!
  9. Film Review: Good McCown – Week 1 (Bills)

    These clips surprised me. I can't believe how far off the cliff Forte has fallen. Wide open field and he's running into the nearest tackler. He's got no wiggle and breaks no tackles. At all. Yuck.
  10. 6 of the Jets Last 10 First Round Picks...

    Leo is good, not great. He gets way too much love for his production on the field. This is what happens when a team is utterly devoid of talent. A decent player gets suddenly elevated to star status. Fact is, he was a high draft pick at a position in which we were already stacked. It could be argued that his acquisition led to the release of Snacks, who is a far superior player and likely an all-pro in the making. So, in retrospect, drafting Leo was a dumbass move and a wasted pick. he'll eventually demand more money than snacks due to his elevated draft position and overrated production, just like Wilkerson. Mac's BAP at all costs mentality is mind-numbingly myopic in this situation. Given he added a good player to lose a great one, and spent a pick he could've used elsewhere whit more value to the team, I would argue against those who gush over his pick of Leo.
  11. Todd Bowles decision is indefensible

    So the Jets are offensively impaired and therefore its best to burn all timeouts on defense and pray for an on-sides recovery so that the offense can then drive the field and score twice in under three minutes? Or are you saying they were throwing in the towel four minutes before the end of the game down 9 points? I'm not sure of the point of view here.
  12. Not a good sign for Darron Lee

    David Harris was a beast run-stuffing backer. Lee was supposed to be the speed guy that could cover TE's, etc. He's far too small to be what Harris was to this team. He simply gets run over or pushed aside. The problem is he was a bad fit here from the start.
  13. How can anyone still defend Macagnan?

    I'd argue that a true rebuild starts with one unit and one unit only...offensive line. Without it you can't develop a qb, your WR's can't finish a route and you have no running game to fall back on. Even if the Jets should get their star QB next year, he'll be beaten to death before he can be any good. Dak Prescott started with an excellent Oline, the 'Boys did it right. Andrew Luck, who has twice the talent, is a wasted cap hit, because there is no supporting cast on that team, and no protection. Colts did it wrong. And then you have the Jets starting the likes of Brent Qvale, Wesley Johnson and Kelvin Beachum (at LT no less). This team is years away from building a competitive roster.