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About oxscott

  • Birthday 06/05/1980

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    Virginia Beach, VA

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  • Tell us a little bit about yourself...
    Graduated ODU in '03 and started my own company. Grew up in Jersey and moved to VA in '98.
  • Where do you live?
    Virginia Beach, VA
  • What are your interests? Hobbies?
    Playing and Coaching Baseball
  • What do you do for a living?
    Business Owner
  1. I can't trust a man who doesnt see the issue in his own Twitter avatar.
  2. Play Woody (Johnson) and assemble your own dream team that will propel the Jets back into the playoffs. My team: GM Scott Pioli I want some one that has a proven track record with assembling winning teams. Pioli's experience with the Pats and the Chiefs gives him the solid experience that the Jets need. The Chiefs still had a very solid roster under Pioli with some unforseen (off the field) events and injuries that kept them down - but still a very good core of players. Head Coach David Shaw Shaw is a rising star and has had some tremendous mentors in Harbaugh and Billick. Coaching experience in the NFL with the Ravens under Billick and also having the experience of running a team (while being very succesful) at Stanford. Shaw being a very well respected coach by the players, he will immedietly gain the respect of the locker room and smooth that transistion with a new found excitement and optimism. Side note for OC. Marc Trestman would be a tremendous fit as an OC with his ability to develop QB's - especially if Geno is going to be around for the near future (atleast another year on the roster). He has also proven that he can bring in a journeyman QB and get production in his system. While he was not well-suited for the HC position, I believe if you put him back in the OC spot, he will flourish. (if for no other reason, his daughter will be on the sidelines! Helllllllooooooo) This scenerio gives Shaw a very solid leadership group that has had success in their expert niche of the game. Chalk it up. Championship!
  3. oxscott


    I used the free account with my family's FIOS login and watched the game in HD w no problem from Virginia Beach - about 5-10 minute delay, but I can live with that. Pretty awesome!
  4. ohhhh yeah...minus the gang violence too!
  5. Bad neck, drop city, riffs w QB in public....nooooo thank you.
  6. Jets RB Mike Goodson has been formally slapped with five charges stemming from his Friday morning marijuana and weapons arrest. Per USA Today's Mike Garafolo, Goodson has been charged with possession of marijuana, possession of marijuana paraphernalia, possession of a handgun, possession of a loaded gun, and possession of hollow-point bullets. He may need a miracle-working attorney to avoid jail time. An NFL suspension also seems likely.
  7. you're right!! he scored a TD against SF, an extremely dynamic Defense....oh wait...that was SF that scored the TD when he caught, fell, cried, and threw the ball away
  8. me too! im REALLY excited about it...maybe this thread is purely to make me feel good about that...not sure. I do see him as a playmaker, and a guy who can get open. If Sanchez can be accurate, he could have a nice game, and build moving forward to be an impact player for THIS season.
  9. Is he available?? McCareins, Kerley tandem would be filthy! I'd go pick up Manchez on my FF immediatly!
  10. i've come to this conclusion because of the reasons stated above. Santonio is a bum that we will have to deal with for yet another year because of his ridiculous contract. Underperforming, whiny, aligator armed WR that, yes, will make a spectacular catch twice a year.
  11. 1. He wont fall to the ground like he just died and throw the ball to the opponent before being ruled down by contact 2. He won't drop 3 balls a game 3. He won't "Fly like a Jet" after a first down (after he drops 3 balls) 4. He won't talk back to Manchez 5. It will hurt more when he drops bombs on Houston 6. He is not a Prima Donna WR that has averaged 3 catches and 50 yards in his career as a Jet
  12. a little blurb on the 2006 Cowboys - the only time Sparano ran an offense - he was the play caller in '06 The 2006 Dallas Cowboys season began with the team trying to improve on their 9–7 record in 2005. The base offense was changed to a 2-TE formation. Several high profile free agents were signed including controversial wide receiver Terrell Owens and kicker Mike Vanderjagt. Veteran defensive end Greg Ellis was also converted into a linebacker. Although veteran Drew Bledsoe was the initial starter at quarterback, fourth-year backup Tony Romo replaced Bledsoe at half-time of their week 6 matchup with the N.Y. Giants. Romo became the starter in week 7 due to Bledsoe's rough starts with frequent sacks and interceptions. Romo initially played very well, going 5–1 in his first six NFL starts, including a win over the previously unbeaten Indianapolis Colts, but finished the season 1–3 with six TDs, six interceptions and two fumbles lost. The Cowboys secured a playoff berth for the first time since 2003, but did not win the division when in the final week they were defeated by the then 2–13 Lions, and wound up losing their first week in the playoffs to the Seattle Seahawks, a game in which Romo botched the hold on a go-ahead field goal inside the final two minutes.
  13. Illinois DE Whitney Mercilus will forgo his senior season and enter the 2012 NFL draft.
  14. I noticed the streaming sites ive used in the past have gotten busted. ha - anyone know of a site that is currently streaming game?
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