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Edgy

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  1. This board is the prototype definition of Dunning–Kruger effect.
  2. I'd say yes. Let me know if you need any photoshop help.
  3. This. Chucky likes to do things his way. and in the past, that means he goes through a period where people laugh at him for being too simple, but he's really just breaking things down to the point where he's on the same page with his GM, coordinators, and players, then he starts adding sh*t back in again. If you didn't see this the first half of the season in Tampa Bay, you weren't paying attention. That was some vanilla vanilla stuff there, until they started to rally mid-season.
  4. Uh. I remember that Becht's nickname was Stone Hands.
  5. Bates is probably the Master at that. See what I did there, huh huh?
  6. Given your name is joe willy 12 , you'd think you'd have a bit more respect for namath's number.
  7. #4 No way active players ever tank #5 No way active coaches ever tank #6 Being a crappy team makes it so much harder to sign free agents, and probably offsets any draft order advantage you get. I think this is mostly ignored, but free agents want to go to a contender, and if you're not on the upswing, expect to pay 10-30% more for free agents AND your own re-signs. #7 Getting a Top 2 QB isn't a guarantee - and this team knows about guarantees. Just ask your man Joe.
  8. You guys crack me up, what a bunch of whiners! Complaining that BB would never say it's just shorts? Really? http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2017/07/29/bill-belichick-scoffs-at-evaluating-players-before-the-pads-are-on/ Come on boys...
  9. Edgy

    This Site...

    Because 1) NFL teams that constantly thrash coaching and management stink more than ones that don't. 2) Owners of teams are in the business of making money - and so when your fan base is whining and birching, you're more likely to thrash your coaching and management. Ergo, birching makes the Jets suck more.
  10. Also, don't tell Warfish I liked his posts. Will totally make him run back and try and download all of them, then ask Max for a separate forum he can re-post them in.
  11. Yeah - that's one I miss. Although, I seem to recall Ham went away for a while even over there at JI.
  12. That, I agree with 100%. Although having dick fingers might be more useful than Amaro.
  13. Amaro was NEVER on waivers because he was placed on IR after the first cutdown date, when teams need to go from 90 to 75 players. Teams can place players directly on IR without going through waivers from the date of the first cut down date until the end of trading that same season. From the trading deadline through the following year's first cut down date, waiver rules apply for <4 year players. /class bell
  14. Thinking of you and your family, Phil. Thoughts and prayers headed your way from thousands of people who may have never met you, but you are part of our daily lives. Kick it's ass - and know that we've all got your backs.
  15. Well, yeah. I'm not sure a lot of folks ask for the franchise tag so that they can really start negotiating. The bottom line is that the franchise tag this year and next year is probably less than you'd pay Mo for those two years on a long term deal. Keeping him tagged gives the FO flexibility to decide what to do next year.
  16. Well, technically they can franchise him again next year. And if one of the other two 'all-pro' linemen has a really bad year (or runs into some off the field bud issues) then they can work on the long term deal next year with Wilk under threat of Franchise. Lot more room next year too (in other words, we can actually afford the enhanced franchise next year if we wanted to work on a long term deal for him while he's signed (until Jul 15th).
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