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Gangrene

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About Gangrene

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    http://seandeburca.net
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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Vinegar Hill, Brooklyn

Personal Info

  • Tell us a little bit about yourself...
    A Paddy, from the 'Auld Sod, living a decent life for which I am grateful.
  • Where do you live?
    Vinegar Hill, Brooklyn, NYC
  • What are your interests? Hobbies?
    My hobby is my work, Hello everybody, I am a workaholic.
  • What do you do for a living?
    photograph and video

Jets Info

  • What is your favorite Jets related memory?
    I was sitting in front of Willy Joe at the Meadowlands when he said to Suzy Kolber " I want to Kiss You". I'm sorry, I know the moral majority was outraged but that was the funniest thing ever. We all want to say something and not give a damn, Joe did. Drunk or not , I said that's pretty damn cool.
  • Do you have season tickets?
    On the waiting List, when I broke up with my girlfriend 7 years ago, the tickets were her family's.
  • What Jets memory broke your heart?
    Marino's Fake Spike is second on the list but easily Doug O'Brien missing that field goal to send the Jets into the AFC championship
  • Who is your favorite member of the NY Jets flight crew?
    Amateurs. Want to see what cheerleaders should look like in Green, google the BosCeltic cheerleaders
  • Where you alive for Super Bowl III?
    In diapers, ****ting myself and excited
  1. Head Coaching Candidates

    It think its time for a hard ass, foul tempered discipline coach. I'd like to see this team prepared to play, not just for occassional home games.
  2. Baker Mayfield

    Any GM who drafts Christian Hackenberg with the 51st overall pick in the draft, I have zero confidence in making the right decision on a QB two years later. Drafting Hackenberg so early, was so much wishful thinking that that his measurements could compensate for three years of of inaccurate college football... defies logic. Likewise drafting a pair of safeties one and two, as good as they are, on a team with serious QB/OL deficiencies was a luxury this team could not afford. Hoping that MacCagnan can now make the right decision on a QB is pure dreaming. Thee decision of the coach to go with McCown all season, tells you this combination of GM and coach are more concerned with job security that winning championships.
  3. That's a collectors item !
  4. I Want Josh Allen

    This "coaching up" business is malarkey.
  5. Huge swing in draft order

    There has barely been a peep from him, since he took over. I would be surprised of a change. We will find out who Chris Johnson is come January.
  6. Huge swing in draft order

    I agree, that it is worst case scenario...I don't expect Chris Johnson to have the chutzpah to change direction. It will be interesting at season end to see if ownership keeps their head in the sand on this "muddling through" philosophy that the Jets front office has.
  7. STAT OF THE WEEK There were 10 quarterbacks picked in the first five rounds of the 2016 draft. Nine have played. The one who hasn’t, Christian Hackenberg, was the fourth passer chosen in ’16. The nine others have combined to play 113 games. The quarterback drafted 40 spots after Hackenberg, Jacoby Brissett, started his 12th NFL game Sunday. Brissett will be either a future starter or one of the league’s best backups when Andrew Luck returns for Indianapolis in 2018. The quarterback drafted 42 spots after Hackenberg, Cody Kessler, started eight games for the Browns last year. The quarterback drafted 49 spots after Hackenberg, Connor Cook, started a playoff game for Oakland last season. The quarterback drafted 84 spots after Hackenberg, Dak Prescott, has started all 28 games since being drafted by Dallas and is the Cowboys’ long-term quarterback. Hackenberg has been active and dressed for two games. Hackenberg has been inactive for 25 games.
  8. Huge swing in draft order

    Despite the bone headed plays yesterday, I think the Jets have grown as a team and are very different from earlier in the season. They are a team that plays well for much of a game against any opponent but will making a few major self inflicted mistakes. How many they make of course, is what separates winners from losers. Chiefs and the Broncos are winnable. By the last game of the season the Pats will have likely locked up home field advantage but even then Belichick will throw the kitchen sink at them, given we are the evil empire.
  9. Huge swing in draft order

    Why does everyone assume we are loosing to Kansas ? On the surface of of it, they seem to have completely imploded. The Giants and Buffalo ? The Jets are not that bad, they are a medicore seven win team. I think the Jets will win three of the next five. Win v. Chiefs Win v. Broncos Loss v. Saints Loss v. Chargers Win v. Patriots B team (resting starters).
  10. Cotchery Tribute...

    nice tribute and Cotch cousin happenstance....
  11. That's actually the Jets job description for qb... apart from the money business.
  12. Chiefs sign Revis

    He has the added incentive of being on a team playing the Jets. I expect he has resentment over the fact that he believed that the Jets should not have cut him but instead, as he put it towards the end of the season last year, "do the right thing", let him play out the final year of his contract (despite playing like doo doo).
  13. Read that...good stuff but nothing that any semi objective Jet did not already admit to him or herself. Like the majority of teams, this team is being managed and coached at the top for job security with little risk taking or imagination. Some may laugh at the headscratching personnel moves in Buffalo but at least they are going balls-to-the-wall taking risks, trying to change the predictable stages Half rise...slowly deflate as a franchise, undertake the rebuild as we go. Improving the roster, maybe scratching their way into the playoffs for an early exit or suffering years of mediocrity and then undertaking a rebuild. I get the idea of building a winnning culture but if you are clearly without a top ten qb, it's a complete farce as the FO and the NFL vacuums money out of ticket holders pockets. What is depressing in this piece is to be reminded who the top ten earners are on the salary cap and how utterly undeserving some of them are.
  14. Bills bench Tyrod Taylor

    "We're on a ride to nowhereCome on insideTaking that ride to nowhereWe'll take that rideMaybe you wonder where you areI don't care" Road to nowhere, bridge to no where, The Jets are traditionalists and will either sink or swim with their philosophy. So far they have been dog paddling in circles. If the Jets pick up Tyrod Taylor in the off season it will be the continuation of this fine "bridge to nowhere experiment" They will apply their patent pending Hackenberg transformation machine... "We will coach him up!" The Bills season long blood letting experiment may blow up in their face but you have to admire them for going all-in from day one and not leading on traditional/wishful thinking. They have looked at this puzzle of how to break these decades of loosing and they are going all in. Hats off to them for risk taking.
  15. Because Misery Loves Company...

    awesome, possibly perfect.
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