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About glenn31

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  1. Chris Berman, to my recollection, never did any in-game play by play on a football game. He did post game highlights on a show that wrapped up the day in the NFL and also led you into the late night game, so he had to get you hype for your last serving of Sunday football. Of course he could get away with being more bombastic and over-the-top enthusiastic. Yikes. If you're gonna make this comparison, at least do apples to apples. You're comparing apples to Jimmy Dean Breakfast Bowls.
  2. Put away the unnecessary snark. It's not my fault you have the reading comprehension level of a 7 year old.
  3. I was making a general comment. It's pretty damn obvious that your opinion wasn't part of the big and bold description of that idiotic app. Holy geriatric panties in a knot, Batman!
  4. So having jaws in still images move up and down as if they're ventriloquist dummies is what passes as "hilarious" these days. I can't believe just how corny, sophomoric, & unintelligent our species have become in my short 40 years on this Earth.
  5. Then I guess we're in agreement that late afternoon on Black Monday the only thing that should be left in Jets headquarters in Florham Park is the cockroaches that take up residence inside the walls.
  6. Lorenzo Neal in 1997 did nothing to dispute the argument that he belongs in the HOF. He was as big a part of our resurgence under The Great Bill Parcells as anyone, and his blocking that season for Murrel was a great indicator that the old days of the Jets being a soft, non-threatening, automatic win on your schedule was over. I also loved Brad Baxter. Good lead blocker, lead the team in rushing a few times, and just a fantastic football player all around. The best back he ever blocked for was the not-so-special Johnny Johnson and helped JJ to some good seasons. It wasn't his fault most o
  7. F**k dogs and their over-dependent, whiny, slobbering, noisy, always in your face, begging, flea-bag a$$es.
  8. So then make that case, and with detailed examples please. I sure did to refute your "Winning in NY gets you more exposure" thesis. Ball's in your court now. And before you say Mark Messier, that was an extremely unique circumstance with the 54 year old curse being exorcised. Had the Rangers won a Cup or 2 in '79 and/or '86 that 1994 Cup wouldn't have garnered anywhere near the attention it did.
  9. Why do tri-staters love to embarras themselves in regard to this NYC bias nonsense? You're thinking about yesteryear when you kinda had to have close access to Madison Avenue to be part of Madison Avenue. And I'm talking about YESTERYEAR. Even in the 80s, Montana, Rice, Lott all became global superstars because they were WINNERS, not because they played in one of America's media capitals. You think LT wouldn't have become a mega star playing for the Denver Broncos? John Elway sure did. And that other LT became one playing for a sub-par franchise in San Diego. Wayne Gretzky became a world
  10. Why is Bruce Coslet on that list? Dude was an NFL lifer, coordinated an offense for a team that was a Joe Montana miracle drive away from a Super Bowl win. After his Jets tenure he became an OC at several stops and was HC of the Bengals and almost led an unbelievable turn-around when he took over for Dick Lebeau mid season. No need for any false information to make your point.
  11. You sure you don't mean Walt Michaels?
  12. Is that so? That's a relief, all this time I thought I caught a case of the crabs from watching this whore of a franchise.
  13. Pardon me good sir. I'm just using this time to look for the bolded in Florham Park.
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