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GodWearsAGrayHoodie

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  1. Considering McKnight is the Jets 3rd RB and has only been active for about a third of the games this year, while Woodhead is your number two and has been active for every game since he was signed by the Pats....

    Would you care to compare Woodhead with Shonn Greene?

    edit: I keep mixing up the Cheats overrated gritty white JAGs.

    Sure.

    Woodhead 14 games. 926 total yards; 6 TDs; 1 fumble

    Greene 15 games 886 total yards; 2 TDs; 3 fumbles

  2. So the Patriots will get the ball first unless a miracle happens and Belichick defers.

    Belichick almost always defers. So with both coaches almost certain to defer there is a 50-50 chance the Jets will start with the ball.

  3. So now, does Welker have to "back it up" on the field? I am just curious why the media says that Cromartie has to "back it up" when he says Brady is a [bleep], but Welker, no, of course not...

    That is the wonderful thing about about being subtle instead of being like a bull in a china shop.

    What did he say? Really what did he say? That the NEP had to put their best foot forward. What is wrong with that? How is that trash talking? Or that Revis is fast on his feet. Is that trash talking?

  4. Biggest games don't have to be highlights. Fortunately you're a Patriots fan so you have the luxury of being too dumb to recognize that there's a difference. The loss at Oakland was certainly the franchise-defining game of my lifetime. That's not a big game?

    Losses can be big. But I am not going to rank the 2006 AFCCG as a bigger moment in Patriots history than winning the 2001 SB. 2006 AFCCG makes the top 10 most significant games but not number 1 overall. And that is what you did. You put a playoff loss ahead of a Superbowl win. And not only the most significant game in Jets history, but arguable the most historically significant football games in history of the league. The loss to Oakland can not top SBIII.

  5. Seriously weak....If you are gonna troll do it right!

    Here is the complete history of playing like a Jets.....

    1969

    The start: 7-2

    The finish: 3-3 (including playoffs)

    1972

    The start: 5-2

    The finish: 2-5

    1982

    The start: 5-1

    The finish: 3-3 (including playoffs)

    1985

    The start: 5-1

    The finish: 6-5 (including playoffs)

    1986

    The start: 10-1

    The finish: 0-5

    2000

    The start: 6-1

    The finish: 3-6

    2004

    The start: 5-0

    The finish: 5-6

    2008

    The start: 8-3

    The finish: 1-4

  6. Adrian Murell gave Kotite the game ball after that magnificent win against Arizona. Kotite was beaming with pride.

    IIRC the Dolphins were pretty ecstatic with their overtime win in 2007 too. Ya gotta be pretty relieved to know that even though the season still sucks it won't be in the history books. Patriots had a 1-15 season but never had to go thru the pain of the media and fans discussing a possible winless season as the one win game early in the season.

  7. I think he's right. And it will go down as the 2nd biggest win in franchise history if we can get it.

    Actually he is saying it is the 2nd biggest game win or lose.

    "I think it'll be huge, this one will probably be the second-biggest in the history of the franchise," Ryan told reporters today.

    And he is wrong.

    If the Jets lose it is just another one of Jets playoff loses.

    If the Jets win and then lose to Raven/Steelers it is mere footnote in the Jets history.

    If the Jets win this one and then go on the win the SB, than the SB becomes number 2 after SBIII.

    If the Jets win the AFCCG and lose the SB than the AFCCG becomes #2.

    But then again he he has called week 2 games superbowls so him being full of sh*t is nothing new.

  8. Cro has his weaknesses, but overall, with the way the NFL is...he's not a bad corner. Better than the garbage we trotted out last season.

    Cro is an inconsistent cornerback. He will come up big one game or one play and the utterly sucks on the next. He averages out to pretty good but his swings from elite to utter trash are dumbfounding.

  9. Follow up he should have given today (he declined to talk to reports).....

    "I guess some folks felt what I said went out of bounds. No need to get all trippy over it with a knee jerk reaction. I am not trying to add to the wall between the two teams."

  10. Disagree.

    The players should all be in shape. With a KOR, though, they all have the opportunity to rest during the extra point/commercial break before the KO. With a punt, there isn't usually any delay - unless someone calls a timeout. You defend a pass, then run back to get ready for the punt.

    Of course the player should be in shape. Doesn't mean they don't get winded as the game wears on. I will agree you defensive players do get more rest before a KR than a PR. I just think that how much they have been playing is more of a factor than the length of rest. Another factor is psychological. A corner back that just batted down a ball on third down forcing the punt is going to be too pumped up to notice he is tired. OTOH, A cornerback that just go burned on a TD pass is more likely to noticed that he is spent and need a rest.

    Either way I think the effect of playing a defensive play just prior is less likely to a factor on either than needing to play offense afterwards. I.E. I think it is easier for a CB to play the last defensive snap and then be KR/PR than it is for a WR to be a KR/PR and then play in the first offensive snap.

  11. Plus he'd be running them immediately after playing defense.

    Punter returning by defensive players fatigue is not as much of an issue as with kick returns. Typically if the punt return squad is on the field the defense has not been on the field for a very long time as they ended the drive before the other team could get into field goal range and possibly have only been on the field for as few as three plays. OTOH with the kick return squad the defense typically has been on the field for a sustained period of time as the opposing offense has made it all the way to the end zone or at least field goal range.

  12. I think the biggies are missing:

    Protect the ball; create turnovers.

    New England only lost the turnover battle three times this season. New England only failed to win in regulations three times this year. The same three games. Two they lost, one they won in OT.

    NE leads the league in the turnover battle and that more than anything else is the reason for this seasons success.

  13. I know you're a Patsie fan, so I'll type this slowly so you might have a chance of grasping this simple concept:

    2009

    1) #1 Ind over #6 Bal (0 wins out of 1 game for the #6 Seed)

    2008

    2) #6 Bal over #1 Ten (1 win out of 2 games for the #6 Seed)

    3) #6 Phi over #1 NYG (2 wins out of 3 games for the #6 Seed)

    2006

    4) #6 Pit over #1 Ind (3 wins out of 4 games for the #6 Seed)

    2005

    5) #1 Sea over #6 Was (3 wins out of 5 games for the #6 Seed)

    6) #6 Pit over #1 Ind (4 wins out of 6 games for the #6 Seed)

    I hope this clears things up for you Troll!

    That is not the order of events.....

    This is:

    2005

    1) #1 Sea over #6 Was (not counted) On Saturday....

    2) #6 Pit over #1 Ind (1 wins out of 5 games for the #6 Seed) On Sunday the following day....

    2006

    3) #6 Pit over #1 Ind (2 wins out of 5 games for the #6 Seed)

    2008

    4) #6 Bal over #1 Ten (3 win out of 5 games for the #6 Seed)

    5) #6 Phi over #1 NYG (4 wins out of 5 games for the #6 Seed)

    2009

    6) #1 Ind over #6 Bal (0 wins out of 5 games for the #6 Seed)

    So if you start counting at midnight between Saturday night and Sunday morning you leave out the Seahawks game.

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