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Jet_Engine1

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  1. I don't think you understand what you're talking about. And yes, it posted in the wrong thread. So anyway.....
  2. LOL. I've worked for my department for damn near 15 years. I have never, ever, in all of that time been late to work. Because in the culture of the Fire Service, being late is one of those things you just don't do, unless you're a total piece of sh*t. Bowles is such garbage.
  3. Yeah, I like pretending I'm only in my 30s, too.....
  4. Mitch Trubisky is a Mentor Quarterback. Yes he is.
  5. Man, oh man that's a conversation I'd love to have with you.... Too bad it would last about 5 seconds here.....lol
  6. Heres one to blow your mind, if Geno Smith hadn't been a WORTHLESS MORON, we never would have seen Fitzpatrick take a snap, throw a pick, grow a beard, or make a stupid decision. Geno Smith is such a worthless moron, he even somehow deserves blame for the Fitztragic error, on top of his own failure. Now thats a level of sucking I havent seen in a long time.......a long time.....
  7. Our history of drafting USC Quarterbacks isn't stellar, either. The design of folding chairs and your gravitational force may be unchanged, but Darnold isn't Sanchez, and Howard isn't Kyle Brady.....
  8. They're doing it wrong. It was originally just so they could do all the players physicals instead of them doing it 10 times. Then, when Scouting started becoming less an art, and more a science, they started turning it into a track meet. Now, it's a freaking television show. It's pointless for major prospects from big schools, all it can do is hurt them, but they're in a position where choosing NOT to participate hurts them as well. Pro Days and individual visits along with Game Tape should be enough to evaluate the guys from the big schools. Use the combine in its original form for an assembly line of physicals etc, and then have the "On Field Evaluation Drills" to evaluate small school, obscure, second and third tier guys. But they managed to turn a glorified PT test into a television show that generates ratings, because Football fans are a bunch of obsessive nerds.
  9. He would be excellent. Sam would appreciate it.
  10. Yep, and I think Hack will never amount to more than career journeyman backup, but I'll take the opinion of scouts, NFL teams and analysts and the empirical evidence of Hack staying at a program that was absolutely nearly destroyed after scandal when he could have left over the third hand stories on an internet message board about how some dude in my kids Poli-sci 101 class said that the High Profile, BMOC Division 1 QB of Penn State that looks like the human incarnation of Sterling Archer once was rude to a young lady at a drinking establishment because she rejected his advances.... therefore, he is of poor character. Ultimately, who gives a crap. Suck for Sam, and if necessary, USE Hackenberg to do so.
  11. Yeah, and grunts badmouth Rangers, Rangers badmouth SF, and Squids sh*ttalk about the Douchebag SEALs they ran into at the bar... And yeah, Cops and Firemen still dump all over each other. LOL. The opinion of student body nobodies about guys on the Football Team that probably cock blocked them in a bar are about as irrelevant as it gets.
  12. I like Hackenberg, he seems like a good kid who stuck around in a bad situation. He showed loyalty and poise beyond his years. I hope he can get it together and one day realize his potential as a player....But not at the expense of the Jets future. I learned my lesson with FitzTragic, what I think about a player as a person is irrelevant, as long as he can be a positive and productive member of the team. What I think of some kid that I will never personally know is meaningless, so if throwing a good kid (Hack, Petty) to the wolves to ensure we can grab a guy like Darnold, and destroying the kids possible future as an NFL player, I honestly don't care. They're adults, they got some pretty good payouts of the likes I'll never see, and they'll both be fine in life no matter how little they do in the NFL. The fact that they overdrafted Hack and gave him false hope is just collateral damage. It's meaningless. Just don't compound the mistake by overdrafting another guy this year...
  13. Yeah, but we want to get a shot at winning a Superbowl, not enjoy having grandchildren with the ******* guy. LOL.
  14. That he's inaccurate and inconsistent and while he's a high character guy with the physical tools, he was vastly overdrafted.
  15. I love all of the self-employed Football scouts talking about Watson being a "winner" and Trubiskys "consistency". I don't watch "tape" or break down highlights, I just watch the games. And watching the games showed me that Watson has a below average arm with poor velocity. The ball doesn't come out of his hand like an NFL Quarterback. It just doesn't. In the college game, playing a spread Offense, and throwing lollipop toss ups to Williams that works, but not in the NFL And Trubisky is boring. A sniozefest. Mitchell played boring, uninspired football against a bunch of crap, came up average in crunching for the most part, and is coming out because next year he's a fourth rounder. He's the bastard love child of Andy Dalton and Mark Sanchez... Inexperienced guy who can be average and dependable coming out a year earlier than he should, because next years talent is so superior to him he will be an afterthought. Yeah, let's get us some of that.... Lol
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