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About jetfuel

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  • Birthday 11/23/1973

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    Holbrook, NY

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  • Tell us a little bit about yourself...
    I have been a Jets fan since I was 6 (1979). It's been tough but I wouldn't trade it in for nothing
  • Where do you live?
    Long Beach, NY
  • What are your interests? Hobbies?
    musician (guitarist), creative writer, freelance journalist, nature, photography, fitness, reading
  • What do you do for a living?
    Jets Fan/Masochist

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  • What is your favorite Jets related memory?
    Ken O'Brien and Wesley Walker leading the Jets to 51-45 victory over Miami and "the Monday Night Miracle" ... as far as games I was at it would be the 41-0 rout of the Colts in the 2003 playoffs
  • Do you have season tickets?
    was from 1997-2002 ... watch the games at home or out with friends now
  • What Jets memory broke your heart?
    The AFC Championship loss to Denver in 1999 and the f@*&ing Mud Bowl would be good to start with
  • Who is your favorite member of the NY Jets flight crew?
    Peter Pan
  • Where you alive for Super Bowl III?
    no ... damn it
  1. I don't bet on games, but if I did I'd take the Jets +9 - Buffalo has no business being 9 point favorites against anyone
  2. It's also a numbing agent, which is quite beneficial when watching the Jets
  3. Sucks ... he really appeared to be bringing his game to the next level .... at least they have Miles and Martin behind Adams and Maye
  4. How Invested Are You?

    There is only one gear for me when it comes to the Jets, and that is full throttle. I wish I could change that as it would alleviate a lot of heartache, and headaches, but then again, I wouldn't trade it for anything. Fully invested every week of every season. I'm hoping that one day these almost forty years of investments finally pays off.
  5. Coz is like Cimini's mini-me with his stupid snarky comments - The Jets beat has degenerated to a bunch of trivial school children. Not that they were ever great, but the current cast of characters covering the team is pure garbage.
  6. about $14 mill under cap after Gilchrist cut
  7. Well, I'm rooting for the guy. I have the same condition. I had my first surgery for it at 27 and just had my second a few years ago at 40. He's my heart brother.
  8. I'd have to say I'd love Fournette in 1st and Jeremy Sprinkle at TE in 5th too ... Fournette and Howard gave me a hard choice to make.
  9. Round 1 Pick 6: TE – O.J. HOWARD – ALABAMA Round 2 Pick 7 (39): S – OBI MELIFONWU – CONNECTICUT Round 3 Pick 6 (70): CB – AHKELLO WITHERSPOON – COLORADO Round 3 Pick 43 (107): DE/OLB – TREY HENDRICKSON – FLORIDA ATLANTIC Round 5 Pick 6 (150): RB – JEREMY MCNICHOLS – BOISE STATE Round 6 Pick 7 (191): CB MARQUEZ WHITE FLORIDA STATE Round 7 Pick 6 (224): ILB – BEN GEDEON – MICHIGAN
  10. The pick at 6 has to be..

    I wasn't happy about the Marshall cut either - $7.5 mill for a guy like that is a bargain
  11. The pick at 6 has to be..

    I like your picks but just want to point out that I would be concerned if Jets cut Decker. I think it would be a huge mistake. Enunwa would be their only proven veteran receiver and he has bounced around from position to position and does not have an extensive resume. I love the guy and think he can be great, but at this point in time he is not enough as far as vets go in the group. Especially with the prospect of a young QB stepping in, I think it is important that Decker stays for his abilities as well as his knowledge and leadership at least for 2017. Adding a rookie to the mix does not fix that problem, although I am not against them drafting one.
  12. I'd be perfectly fine with Fournette, but if you are looking to drop one of those two backs, it has to be Forte. Powell is much more versatile at this point in his career and has much more left in the tank. The difference in dead money is a moot point when Powell still has more upside and would make a much better combo w Fournette. Ideally I'd like to keep Powell and Forte in that scenario, letting Forte walk next year and deciding on Powell's future at that point as well. Although I think you hold onto Powell for a couple more years no matter what. Depth is important, especially at HB position, and they have no one else on the roster that has proven to be ready to be part of a rotation.
  13. All-time worst Jets draft pick?

    Biggest Bust: Gholston. Worst Draft Pick: not even sure where to begin, there are just so many to choose from that were equally bad, and a lot of them have been mentioned throughout this thread.