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About NorthCoastJetsFan

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  • Birthday 12/07/1953

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    Rochester, NY

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    Lifelong Jet fan with 1 son who's a Jets fan and one who's a Bills fan (gag).
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    Rochester, NY
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    Skiing, bowling, golf and bridge
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    Super Bowl III
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  • What Jets memory broke your heart?
    You don't have enough space here
  • Where you alive for Super Bowl III?
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  1. Let me preface this by saying that I am not a Yankee fan. Quite the opposite, in fact. But I will try to be objective. Aaron Boone is not the major problem with this team. He has made some mistakes, certainly, but he can only manage the players he has been given. And Cashman has done a horrible job of putting this team together this year. To wit: 1 - building a team with so few left hand hitters in Yankee Stadium is a terrible mistake. When is the last time any of us can remember a championship Yankee team without left handed power? 2 - a general lack of athleticism throughout t
  2. I prefer to think of this number as Gerry Philbin. And, yes, I am old.
  3. I'd take the Dallas or Philly deal if they were dumb enough to offer it. I thought Lattimore was under investigation for some criminal matter. Am I incorrect or was that matter already dispensed with?
  4. Just paid up. Really looking forward to this.
  5. I have the same software. YTTV doesn't work anymore but I was able to get the games off off NFL.com using the VPN. I had to play around with it a bit sometimes, but I got it to work every week.
  6. To each his own. To me, that is ridiculously ugly. Looks like a fish with the word JETS imposed on it. Then again, it's a match for the current uniforms which I find to be a copy of Denver's uniforms with different colors
  7. Best available player among OL, RB, EDGE/LB, CB. YES, I Want to protect Wilson, but one way to do it is to shore up the defense so that he doesn't have to pass on every down. I would be OK with Zaven Collins from Tulsa or Basham from Wake or the edge rusher from Washington.
  8. If you want someone off the team, all you have to do is get me to buy his jersey. Once I do, he will be either hopelessly hurt, traded or cut. Bought a Vilma jersey, he was gone the next year. And, yes I do have a Darnold jersey. Imagine my shock when the first pass he threw in the NFL was a pick-6 (sarcasm meter pegged). And there are many others before that, as I have been a Jets/Titans fan for almost 60 years. This also applies to the Mets. Bought a Santana jersey, blew out his shoulder. Had a Gooden jersey, he got hooked on the nose candy. I may buy a jersey, but it will hav
  9. I grew up on LI but for the last 30+ years have lived in Bills country here in Rochester. Before that, I lived in DC for 5 years. I think that the amount of ball busting depends on the recent history of the local team. The Bills fans really act more like they feel sorry for us, and I think it's because they have very recent memories of being in that position. That will probably change if we get better and start to challenge them. In DC, it was the heart of the Joe Gibbs era. They had been good for a while and were merciless toward other teams. I would bet that that attitude has chang
  10. No one in the NFL is going to pay him $25 million no matter how well he plays this year. So if they trade down, they do not pick up the fifth year and he's a free agent after the season. If he doesn't play well, goodbye. If he does you can resign him for less than the $25 million. If he wants to go somewhere else, you can trade for next year's hot QB. Assuming you get a 2022 first round pick, youn have 3 first rounders to trade up to get the pick that you want, while having filled a lot of needs with this years draft. Caveat: I don't think they should trade down further than 8, where
  11. The plain fact of the matter is that, at some point, you have to get a few stops in order to win a game, no matter how good your offense is. Bless Austin is a good tackler, but he is horrible in coverage and commits a lot of penalties. I believe that signing a pro like Sherman would help him develop and that we should draft one of top CBs at either 23 or 34. With the WR signings, I would pass on that position in the draft unless we trade down and Chase or Pitts somehow falls down to us. I like Davis from Ohio State in the second round to address interior OL. I would consider Harris o
  12. JHC, I can't believe the tenor of some of these posts. We may be a loyal fan base, but we're also a fickle fan base. They were 2-14 lat year, have not been relevant for at least 5 years, don't know who their QB is, and have significant problems at every position on the roster. Given that, did you really expect to sigh a Jerry Rice, a Lawrence Taylor and a Junior Seau? They are not going to sign that type of player (without tremendously overpaying) until the team becomes somewhat competent. Douglas has been here for one draft. If anyone thought that he was going to wave his Harry Pott
  13. Thanks for the effort in putting the post together. Excellent work. I just want no part of Fuller. Tremendously fast, yes, but he gets hurt when the wind blows.
  14. I have been thinking Sewell the entire time, but now I'm leaning to taking Ja'Marr Chase. If they trade down to 4, he will probably be there. If they trade down to 8, he probably won't be. In that case, I would take Pitts or Sewell, whichever is available. Later on I hope they look at edge rusher, CB, OL, WR (depending on who was taken at 4 or 8)
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