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Gangrene

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    Vinegar Hill, Brooklyn

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  • Tell us a little bit about yourself...
    Photographer, Irish
  • Where do you live?
    Vinegar Hill, Brooklyn, NYC
  • What do you do for a living?
    photograph and video

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  • 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

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  1. I listened to it. Among his Jet's take is the age-old Leonard Williams-like familiar themes, "when will Quinnen play like a third overall pick in the draft not just a very good football player?" News at ten... He talks about his girlfriend's great cooking, how he hates the phrase "iron sharpening iron", about his genuine joy of being recognized by Jets fans everywhere and what it was first like when he started in the business. He loudly refuses to share his opinion on Mekhi Becton absence from mini camp, not wishing to draw the ire of Jets fans. It's riveting real life insights, for those that love the Connor.
  2. All of the above is true, it's just the accumulation of individual circumstances related to his status has the combined affect of leaving an unbiased observer as skeptical as to whether he has the heart to deal with all the crap comes with the high expectations of being a high draft pick / a professional football player. Changing his twitter name to Big Bust77 for a few weeks is humorous, but keeping that handle, skipping optional mini camp, the weight reports, missing so much football to injury, taking himself out of at least one game that I remember... it's not the stuff that hope is made of.
  3. 3 Talking heads arguing about wins and losses. Quinn is told before the show goes live "Here are your talking points Brady, these are the reasons the Jets will loose big", by the producer..."make it convincing or I have ten other out-of-work football players who will yell, scream and dance for some screen time."
  4. Francesa is a pain but he has a small grain of truth, there's a lot of feel-good wafting of warm gas after the draft. Saleh did reasonable with a ridiculously crap injury-riddled roster last year. Let's see what happens when the poop hits the fan in late December. We should have a better idea by then, if this is real change from Douglas and Saleh or if it's more warm milk, cookies and poop-eating grins from the Jets media department.
  5. Feeney's play improved last year, he graded well on PFF 75.9...he's a great team mate, somebody you want down a foxhole with you, he can play center and guard. Those reasons combined are probably why he's still here.
  6. I would suggest focusing your special powers on the football team you love with your entire Doom Prophet heart.
  7. We're off season champs again and it's been an absolute blast...we're even talking ourselves into believing that Meki Becton will be one of our starting tackles this fall... Thank God for Tony's and everyone else's front office rumors. It's pre-draft entertainment drama, filling the extended dead space between our last Lombardi and the next one.
  8. Pushing through in life and fashion means occasional failures, Garrett Wilson gloriously pushes here.
  9. Odds of Icky going No 1 overall just dramatically increased. Daniel Jeremiah on yesterday's Move The Sticks podcast. "There is a battle between Trent Balke and Doug Peterson as to who pick at 1". DJ thinks it's going to be Icky at one because he believes Doug Peterson will win this one. Chris Simms shared the same thing during his mock draft dropped yesterday, Monday... Unless he is photographed smoking a bong, Ickey is likely not falling to the Jets at 4. Will it be Sauce? a pass rusher? another tackle?
  10. Good read, thanks. Ekwonu to the Jets makes sense but it's increasingly looking like he will be gone at 4.
  11. At the 11.24 mark in this podcast Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks examine the validity of the pass-rushing win percentage stat in the NFL (it matters,) and then delve into the win percentage of the top five pass rushers in this years draft class. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/nfl-move-the-sticks-with-daniel-jeremiah-bucky-brooks/id915544088 Spoiler alert, there are two surprises. After Hutchinson, George Karlaftis comes in a strong 2nd, Thibs a strong third. The second surprise for us non-geniuses is the significant drop-off to Jermaine Johnson and finally Travon Walker scoring at the lower end of the win percentage spectrum based on their college play. Nick Bonitto gets some significant love... scores high on pressure percentage Bonus Points ... DJ and Bucky talk about the battle brewing between Trent Balke wants Travon Walker, Doug Peterson wants Icky Ekwonu at 1. They think Peterson will win this front office battle, Icky goes 1. In this case Hutchison definitely goes 2 to Detroit. For the third pick they are guessing...DJ guessing on Hamilton, Bucky thinks Sauce Gardner might head to Texas. If Sauce makes it as far as the Jets, they feel he will be the pick for the Jets, otherwise they talk a possible trade down with Carolina.
  12. I'm thinking if they receive an offer to trade down from 4 or 10, Davis might be a possible target in the teens. All day one draft mysteries to be unwrapped in eight days.
  13. From ProFootball Network yesterday, Tuesday April 19th... "One of the biggest, most powerful, and fastest players for his size to enter the league in NFL history, Georgia defensive tackle Jordan Davis is in heavy demand. Besides accurately throwing out the first pitch at a recent Atlanta Braves game, the Charlotte, North Carolina, native has been racking up frequent flier miles. That includes visits with the Baltimore Ravens, Philadelphia Eagles, and Dallas Cowboys for the projected first-round NFL Draft pick, according to a league source. Besides those in-person meetings with NFL teams, sources emphasized that Davis has drawn considerable interest during his steady interactions with the New York Jets and Minnesota Vikings."
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