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About SteveNap

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  1. First ice cream socials and now couple's getaways. Can our offense get any gayer?
  2. I watched this today and I recommend that everyone on the board with HBO checks it out this weekend. Watching old footage of Joe and our lone Super Bowl win really made me feel better during a week of nonstop hype for what could be the most depressing championship game for a Jets fan of all time. This coupled with the possibility of my planning a trip to Canton this August to see Curtis Martin get inducted into the Hall of Fame is a much needed and positive distraction from a very negative Super Bowl matchup.
  3. Does everyone forget that Bradway still works for the team and has a huge influence in what draft picks we make? Tannenbaum's best non 1 or 2 pick, as stated in this thread is Shonn Greene. Tanny didnt want to trade up for Greene, he was influenced to do so in our war room, by none other than Terry Bradway, among others. Tanny can not get credit over Bradway for anything, especially when Bradway is still making a lot of calls on who we are drafting.
  4. Does anyone know where these former NYG lineman are currently in regards to health? They are both unsigned and I imagine that we could get them on the cheap which would make them very low risk. If they are healthy, they would really help our O-line depth and I think O'Hara would be a much better option at this point than Baxter, especially since it looks like Mangold is going to be missing several weeks.
  5. I was looking at the 2012 Free Agents and I think it may be best for us to use our cap room to go after Mario Williams (depending on how he does at OLB this year). Bryan Thomas will be coming off the books and Williams may be a better option than drafting a pass rusher in the first round, which is usally a two-year project at least.
  6. Pass rusher is priority number one. Since Tanny loves to fill needs via free agency, I could see them first trying to get Mario Williams (depending on how he does at OLB this year) above anyone. Bryan Thomas will be coming off the books an a 1st round pass rusher is usually a 2-year project at least. Better off with the veteran Williams on a win now team.
  7. I'm not sure of what we have left as far as cap room (maybe someone can shed some light on this), but if we supposedly save money on this year's cap with the Holmes and Harris contracts and we're not paying Cotchery, why are we only offering veteran minimums to Ellis and Mason? They are offering one-year deals so it won't kill us to fork over a little more money if we're under the 2011-12 cap. Is Tannenbaum saving money for a big splash (i.e., a trade for Osi) or what?
  8. To spark conversation, is there a problem with the upstairs booth and challenges? Here is an article I wrote for Bleacher Report on the Jets screwing up challenges the past two games. I posted the whole thing for you guys to read but if you could, please click the link as the site keeps track of article reads affecting the popularity and prominence of an article. Rex Ryan And The New York Jets Must Address Challenging Issues Moving Forward Rex Ryan And The New York Jets Must Address Challenging Issues Moving Forward By Steve Napolitano on November 4, 2010 Going into S
  9. In this article (http://www.cbssports.com/mcc/blogs/entry/6315047/20461363?tag=headlines;headlines), Prisco rips Jets move for LT. He says: "That's about what the Jets are getting in Tomlinson: A back who can't get through the holes anymore. Martin retired when he knew it was over. Tomlinson plays on. But if the Jets are willing to give him a two-year deal, why shouldn't he?" "Tomlinson averaged 3.6 yards per rush last season. If you watched him play, you know it's over for him. When the skills of backs go, they go fast. There's no in-between." "But, hey, give the Jets
  10. Something for ELIAS- The Jets have 14 former first round picks on their team and 5 of them were selected in the top 10. They have a first rounder at QB, RB, WR, TE and 4 O-line positions as well as one on the d-line, three at linebacker and two at corner. Has a team ever had more first rounders and top 10 picks, and if they did, did they suck balls as much as the Jets currently do? We all know that championships are built on draft day and the Jets could have assembled the largest collection of first round busts in NFL history. Bryan Thomas, Calvin Pace, Lito Sheppard, Damien Woody, Br
  11. I didn't think we were that loud, I was at the Packers game when we won the division and I thought that was louder but on the ride home I heard Buttle saying this was the loudest he's ever heard the stadium. Ditto on the sunburn, I am roasted but it was all worth it. Best defense since '98! **** the Pats!
  12. 10 years ago our Super Bowl dreams were shattered by the infamous tearing of an Achilles tendon. Since that day, we have seen 9 different QBs start under center. Vinny Testaverde, Rick Mirer, Ray Lucas, Chad Pennington, Quincy Carter, Brooks Bollinger, Kellen Clemens, Brett Favre and now Mark Sanchez. Today we wait patiently (as we are so accustomed to doing) through a learning process that will hopefully make our Super Bowl dreams once again an attainable reality. Seeming like he has all the necessary tools to be a successful NFL QB, Mark Sanchez gives us a beaming ray of hope towards the
  13. JetBlue Touches Down as Jets' Official Airline Partner Published: 09-08-09 By Special Contributor change font email article NewYorkJets.com special contributor from outside the club. JetBlue, New York
  14. Something also to note.... I remember seeing that Leon was supposed to be there as well and it turns out I was right. In the links below, he is on the banner and his name is first on the price listing. However, he is not on the main appearance link. Wonder if/why he backed out. Price List (with Washington): http://www.lastlicksicecream.com/Upcoming_Public_Store_Appearances_s/250.htm Banner (with Washington): http://www.lastlicksicecream.com/Upcoming_Public_Store_Appearances_s/3.htm Main Page (no Washington): http://www.steinersports.com/upcoming-signings
  15. This just in... The Jets have released punter Steve Weatherford and have signed recently unretired FA Tom Tupa to a contract. Tupa, with over 500 attempts, will also be our most experienced QB.
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