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DonCorleone last won the day on September 25 2014

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About DonCorleone

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    Next year never comes.
  • Birthday 12/06/1969

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    New Jersey
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  1. DonCorleone

    Jets Not Bringing Back All-Pro KR Andre Roberts

    I don't get this at all. Not a single bit. He will not be replaced easily. Not a good move.
  2. DonCorleone

    Browns release Jamie Collins

    They went 11-5 with a QB named Matt Cassel.
  3. DonCorleone

    Debate - Bell vs Coleman

    I'm with you. Thanks for the exchange.
  4. DonCorleone

    Debate - Bell vs Coleman

    If you had a choice between Bell and an awesome line, which would you pick?
  5. DonCorleone

    Debate - Bell vs Coleman

    Coleman will not sign an autographed bobble head doll for $5M. I believe that what the Jets must do, is spend big on both lines. Sign better than average WR's and Add a good back. It all starts at the line and in my opinion, every one can look great when the lines are actually doing their jobs.
  6. DonCorleone

    Robert Quinn to be released.

    That is all I needed to know. Pass on Quinn.
  7. DonCorleone

    What a joke the nfl is

    I was thinking special teams. We could use a backup punter. Imagine the surprise if we were to punt on first down. Direct snap to the punter but they couldn't guess which one as we could field 2 punters.
  8. DonCorleone

    One thing I am finding joy from tonight

    Some of our younger fans forget that even Browning Nagle Showed flashes. I mean I am excited of what "could be", but.........It really isn't yet.
  9. DonCorleone

    Shaun 'Andy Reid' Mcvay

    So many of his passes were wobbly. Yes he was under pressure, but that would have been alleviated had he just completed just a few passes to those receivers who were open. Awful performance by Goff. Overrated is an understatement.
  10. https://www.nj.com/jets/2019/02/super-bowl-2019-brian-flores-masterpiece-in-final-game-as-new-england-patriots-defensive-coordinator-is-terrible-news-for-jets.html Super Bowl 2019: Brian Flores’ masterpiece in final game as New England Patriots defensive coordinator is terrible news for Jets Updated 7:26 AM; Posted 5:12 AM Patriots de facto defensive coordinator Brian Flores watches his team warm up before New England's season opener against Houston. (Charles Krupa) 2 0shares By Matt Lombardo | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com ATLANTA -- If Sam Darnold and the Jets thought they were the next great hope to wrangle the AFC East away from the New England Patriots, and end Tom Brady’s reign of terror over the NFL, new Miami Dolphins head coach Brian Flores would like a word. Flores will be officially named the next head coach of the Miami Dolphins on Monday, after what can only be described as the Magnum Opus of his career as the Patriots' defensive coordinator, a 13-3 win inSuper Bowl LIII at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The Patriots only allowed two first downs in the first half, and Rams quarterback Jared Goff completed just 50 percent of his passes for 229 yards and a championship-sealing interception to Stephon Gilmore with 4:17 remaining. Using several exotic blitz packages and stunts up front, which allowed the secondary to take some risks in coverage, Flores had Rams quarterback Jared Goff dazed and confused all night. “They have done a good job with that,” Rams head coach Sean McVaysaid. “Third down, they had their designers and things like that. They did a great job. It was a great game plan. There is no other way to say it, but I got out-coached.” Where do Patriots rank among greatest modern sports dynasties? History was made in Super Bowl LIII (53), how does it impact Tom Brady, Bill Belichick, and the New England Patriots' place in history, following their 13-3 win over the Los Angeles Rams? The Patriots have won six Super Bowls since 2002. If that’s what Flores' defense is able to do against an offense guided by McVay, viewed by many as the game’s brightest offensive mind, and a quarterback who threw 32 touchdowns and 12 interceptions this season, what’s he capable of against Darnold and the Jets twice a year? There is plenty of optimism surrounding Darnold’s second season, and for good reason. Next season will be Darnold’s first under new head coach Adam Gase, and he showed some promise as a rookie. However, Darnold’s rookie season showed he has a long way to go. Darnold still struggles with protecting the football, with 15 interceptions as a rookie, and only completed 57.7 percent of his passes. Likewise, Gase needs to prove that his failures to open up big plays down the field and inability to create secondary weapons for quarterback Ryan Tannehill won’t follow him to the Jets. This offseason, the Jets have over $106 million in cap space and the No. 3 overall pick to build an offense loaded with superstars around Darnold. With both Flores' Dolphins and the six-time Super Bowl champion Patriots both residing in the AFC East, the Jets might need to make some big splashes just to have a shot at becoming competitive. After very nearly pitching a shutout for the Patriots in the Super Bowl, Flores' Dolphins just might have something to say about ending New England’s reign of terror over the NFL, as well.
  11. just proves over and over that it is just a trend and now more than ever it is obvious that offense wins games but defense wins championships
  12. DonCorleone

    One thing I am finding joy from tonight

    I tend to be a little more realistic. We saw some great flashes from Darnold. I am not ready to anoint him better than anyone just yet. Many young QB's show flashes.
  13. Only when it matters.
  14. Please let me know time and date. I'd like to record it and youtube it.
  15. The Jets will never pay for real coaches. The Johnsons are not willing to spend the money. They would look to hire the Saints's assisting OL coach for peanuts.

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