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Cyberjet

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  1. I'm crying - please be my friend - oh wait nah - I think Lennon is way overrated. Merry Christmas.
  2. Good point - it's not necessarily a moral issue which only clouds the argument and gets people all huffy - either way it was bad judgement and in the end a mistake. Hopefully they will learn, hopefully the Jets will keep him (if not I understand Johnson's decision)and things will be better for them.
  3. From your picture I assume you have a son - do you teach him values - right vs wrong - or are you so lax or afraid to be 'uncool'and want to maintain that image of 'it's an anything goes society' and whatever his behaviors are now and then as an adult it is ok with me. What's wrong with us that we cannot criticise certain behaviors of adults. I guarantee you this - the Ryans will never do this again. If it's ok and they did 'nothing wrong' why not continue this behavior and promote it as ok - The Jet Way - every marriage should have their husband watch while his wife gets drilled. I'm not a
  4. The difference is someone taping it vs me taping myself doing it and puting it on the internet or even creepier - me spreading it aroung the office. I think you can see the difference.
  5. After digesting this fiasco, it's hard what to think. Ultimately, it will be Mr. Johnson's decision to decide the fate of Rex Ryan and the direction of the Jets franchise. Whatever decision he makes will be the right decision because it's his team. I am presently into a 'second chance' mentality, but in the end Mr Johnson has to determine what is best for his franchise longterm. You know that Rex Ryan is a very likeable and affable guy - it's an unfortunate situation. In my opinion, if this occurred while Ryan was head coach of the Jets he would be forced to resign. This episode opens alo
  6. I don't think Ryan says or implies it's ok to lose - being resilient is part of being a good team. One thing I have noticed last year and this - this team is resilient. He admits they got spanked big time, no excuses. He has always said he's learning and doesn't have all the answers. Despite all his bravado - if you listen to Ryan closely he says some quite humbling comments. He goes over and over again how he has to review the mistakes to correct them. One thing I noted in his press conference - either today or after the game - he was asked are you going to throw away the tape and move on li
  7. Thanks - you're right I don't post often,came here to lick the wounds, but this mentality that Ryan sucks is mind blowing. Is this guy a moderator? Don't they have an age limit requirement?
  8. See post title as typed by you. He didn't compare the Jets to the Bears - he compared the scenerio. Team gets wiped out on Monday night game and goes on to win SB. If you want to take his press conference comments out of context and say he compared the Jets to the '85 Bears (ie. to that great defensive team) that's your issue - he didn't make that comparison - you did - to make your point that Ryan is delusional. Leaders motivate and find hope (If you think Ryan is not a realist you're out to lunch - too bad we won't have a video of tomorrow's team meeting). So that is WTF I'm talking about.
  9. This is ridiculous - he didn't compare the Jets to the Bears great defense. All he was saying is that even great teams like the Bears - get blown out. And they did get blown out. That final score was not the real story and plus THAT DEFENSE gave up 38 points!!! That was a shocker. A great analogy by Ryan - that is what leaders do - they rally. This weekend will show what this team is made of - it's easy when your riding high, but when you get knocked down liked the Jets did, it takes something special to come back. Only a dufus pessimist wants to see the negative side of what Rex said. Love th
  10. Let's assume the Jets best player is Revis (I would put Mangold up there) - the question really is if he is the best player is it really necessary, ie. does the cb being the best player mean that he is indispensible or necessary. Can someone who isn't the best player but who is a good cb be enough to keep the team playing at a high level. I think so. You don't put ludicrous $$ into the CB position - it's a team philosophy. I understang the desire of Revis for wanting top $$$, but at the same time he should understand the dynamics of the team and not cripple its future. What is important that w
  11. Understood - is it the judge's role to pontificate his moral outrage to someone who isn't on trial? Why did he stop with Tank Johnson? I'm sure there were others who in the mind of the judge didn't act properly. Hell we gave sainthood to the Chappaquidick kid who drove a woman off a bridge and left her there for over 12 hours. Just so we're clear - I think it's not such a great thing to leave your friend's side when in need. Then again I never had a dude shoot a friend standing next to me. I think my first reaction may be to run while he's reloading.
  12. I'm not quite sure what business the judge has making this statement. Was Tank Johnson on trial? If not the judge should butt out and save his most damning comments for the guy who took the life of his friend.
  13. Much ado about nothing. I just hope he cleans up his act with the fans. http://www.newyorkjets.com/news/articles/show/3682-allegheny-police-early-holmes-story-untrue
  14. Absolutely. I'm sure the Jets offered him a salary cut and backup position to help develop Slaus and Duc, but Faneca was reluctant. It's time to pass the baton to Fergie and Mangold and for them step up to be leaders and mentors for these young guys. This is now their line and their team. Two homegrown draftees. I love it and it's going to work extremely well - more growth for Fergie and Mangold.
  15. No way it can be him - after his first miss it will be Sh**ser. But then again with the censor (****ser) you wouldn't know the difference.
  16. That is their destiny. It was only after seeing the WHO at halftime did it make me realize the power and energy and level these guys from Purple still play at.
  17. Though they are not as popular in the mainstream this still is a classic band - Deep Purple - and this is how old farts can still rock.
  18. Unfortunately - these shows are less than stellar, but that was just plain crap out there. It's come to the point why even bother. Sad to see the demise of a once great band. Daltry looked like a puppet out there - anyway...
  19. You're right - if there is one word to describe that performance - awful.
  20. Sorry mate - that was one embarrassing show. They were dull and painful to watch. Everybody I was with were shocked how bad they were. Sad to see from a band that produced one of the top 10 albums - Who's Next - of all time. Where the hell did Roger's neck go?
  21. The answer is simple - when all is said and done, if you want a contender, a consistent contender, for years you need an elite QB. Manning, Brady, and Roethlisberger - there's your answer. To paraphrase a previous question - name me a team that was a consistent contender through the years that didn't have a very good QB? This always begs the question whether it was the chicken or the egg? There always is a combination of the two - for eg. Marino great QB, but never had the defense to match his offensive prowess. Then you had Simms a good solid QB with a great defense. Stabilize the QB position
  22. The two deep were there in case of a fake field goal. Need to remind these kids of the "little things". Didn't something like this happen in a Jet game on a blocked FG many years ago?
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