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  1. Secret Transcript between Rex Ryan and Mike Tannenbaum and Woody Johnson. MT: Rex, did you order the Green Wall? WJ: You *don't* have to answer that question! RR: I'll answer the question! RR: You want answers? MT: I think I'm entitled. RR: *You want answers?* MT: *I want the truth!* RR: *You can't handle the truth!* [pauses] RR: Son, we live in a world that has walls, and those walls have to be guarded by men in green sweat pants. Who's gonna do it? You? You, Westhoff? I have a greater responsibility than you could possibly fathom. You weep for Nolan Carroll, and you curse the field goal kicker. You have that luxury. You have the luxury of not knowing what I know. That Carroll's injury, while tragic, probably saved yards. And my fat a$$, while grotesque and incomprehensible to you, wins games. And there is no ******* way we can win a game with Sanchez as the QB without cheating. You don't want the truth because deep down in places you don't talk about in the luxury box, you want me to order the green wall, you need me to order the green wall. We use words like zerbra, 16, left. We use these words as the backbone of a life spent defending something. You use them as a punchline. I have neither the time nor the inclination to explain myself to a man who rises and sleeps under the blanket of the cheating I do, and then questions the manner in which I cheat. I would rather you just said thank you, and went on your way, Otherwise, I suggest you put on some green sweat pants and stand a post. Either way, I don't give a damn what you think you are entitled to. MT: Did you order the Green Wall? RR: I did the job I... MT: *Did you order the Green Wall?* RR: *You're Goddamn right I did!*
  2. Happens when you are sharing your receptions with Danny Woodhead.
  3. And if you can gain 200 lbs you might get confused for being Rex Ryan.
  4. 111 catches for 1165 yards with Matt Cassell
  5. Actually they did. I read it was the #1 selling youth one. They might not have made an adult version and only youth.
  6. http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2010/12/15/westhoff-accuses-patriots-of-building-sideline-wall-too/
  7. I doubt Westhoff will be posting in this thread...but his vote is the New England Patriots.... http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2010/12/15/westhoff-accuses-patriots-of-building-sideline-wall-too/
  8. I don't believe it is on the web. At least not for free.
  9. You are looking at the digest of rules. Its a summary, not the complete rule book.
  10. http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2010/12/15/mike-vick-wants-to-own-a-dog-again/ The sentence imposed on Eagles quarterback Mike Vick for conspiracy to engage in gambling and dogfighting includes a lifetime ban on owning a dog. He’s now politicking for a chance to change that specific aspect of the decision. In an interview with The Grio, Vick says that he thinks owning a dog would help his “rehabilitation.” “I would love to have another dog in the future,” Vick said. “I think it would be a big step for me in the rehabilitation process, I think just to have a pet in my household and to show people that I genuinely care, and my love and my passion for animals, I think it would be outstanding. And if I ever have that opportunity again, I won’t take it for granted.” (When Vick uses uses the term “rehabilitation,” he’s apparently not talking about his rehabilitation from a lifestyle that violated multiple state and federal laws. It seems that he’s talking about the “rehabilitation” of his image.) Vick also revisited the notion that he fought dogs only because he grew up doing it, and because no one ever told him it was wrong. “I hate to use our culture as an excuse, but it is what it is,” Vick said. “And that’s what happened and that’s the way I thought about it growing up, that this is something we do. I love animals. I love dogs. I love birds. I love all types of animals. But this was just the way we was brought up.” The next question was a great one, in our view — whether anything intrinsically told Vick that it was wrong to do what he did. “There was nothing that ever told me it wasn’t right,” Vick said. “No one ever told me it was the wrong thing to do.” Fine, but that doesn’t explain the fact that his dogfighting operation was housed on a remote piece of property in rural Virginia, in sheds that were painted black, presumably to conceal them. Why would they need to be hidden if “nothing ever told me it wasn’t right”? The most compelling moment of the interview came when Vick was asked what Mike Vick circa 2010 would tell Mike Vick circa 2006. “That Mike probably wouldn’t listen to nothing that I had to say,” Vick said. If that dogfighting operation had never been accidentally found during a drug bust of one of Vick’s cousins, we’re convinced that the 2010 Mike would be no different than the 2006 Mike. Thus, he’s far better off that he was caught. He’s a better player than he ever was, and he seems to be genuinely maturing. But we detected lingering shadows of 2006 Mike in some of 2010 Mike’s answers to The Grio, and it’s all the more reason for the Eagles to wait and see whether 2010 Mike can get through the 2011 offseason unscathed before writing him an eight-figure check.
  11. Nah...Order the hit expecting it will never get caught on film. Now that you are caught what do you do? Options: A. If Sal says, "I was just following order," Jets get hit with a massive fine and probably a loss of a draft pick. B. If you leave it up to the league, Sal might get a permanent ban from the NFL. Sal is probably unwilling to do that and would revert to option A. C. Give Sal a vacation. Publicly dock his pay and collect a fine from him. Then quietly give him back double the money he lost.
  12. If it does come out that it was orchestrated by Rex Ryan it would be a big deal. Cause it meant that Ryan lied and and Sal lied. Which then also calls into the question of whether Ryan also ordered the hit and if the whole suspension is a big sham with Sal being promised a $100K bonus down the line to make up for his financial loss plus some. Keep in mind BB never once denied the taping or that it was an act of a rogue employee. He stated that his reading of the rules were that it was permissible as long as the tape wasn't used during the game. Rex Ryan did not say "I order the wall but that is allowed, but not the hit" He said he didn't order the wall. If he is lying about any part of what happened, then it is a big deal.
  13. First round is a horrible place to find decent NFL talent. That's why the Patriots always trade down.
  14. Your Red Sox comment is probably not too far off the mark. I don't follow the Sox closely. Not really much of a baseball fan although if I have to pick a team, clearly its the Sox. (Calling me a bandwagon Sox fan would not be inaccurate.) I do recall Sox fans saying that the team could blow a 6 game lead with 5 games left in the season. I think Jets fans and Sox fans both overemphasis a small number of games. With the Sox its the Yankees. With the Jets its the Pats and Fins. Not that division games aren't a bit more important 'cause they are. And I did enjoy the MNF game a bit more than some other regular season wins. But the week 2 loss wasn't really any different than the loss to the Browns. I think the "this is our superbowl" mantra is unhealthy. The Superbowl is played in February not Sept or December. The Jets season didn't end on MNF anymore than the Patriots season ended week 2. Giving up on a team that is on the cusp of making the playoffs is just silly. The purpose of the season is to get a ticket to the second season. Teams have won the big game from a wildcard spot. But I do think Sox fans are a bit more balanced in their assessment of players. It seems that almost every Jets player (in the minds of Jet fans) is either someone who deserves to go to the pro-bowl or is someone who should get cut. There aren't many pretty good or decent players on the Jets squad. Either elite or utter crap.
  15. Jet fans are about the most bipolar fans in the world. At 1-1 and tied for second place for the AFCE you were an unstoppable force and the award of the Lombardi was a mere formality, as you doubt the team will lose a single other game this year. Mark Sanchez is already a first round HOF. At 9-4 with a two game lead on the wild card you done want to draft a new QB and fire the coach and don't believe you win another game this season. Has any Jets fan ever looked at the team and said, "there pretty good, not the best in the league, but pretty decent?" Its always they are the best team in the league or utter crap.
  16. If there is any Franchise in the NFL that is capable of taking a 9-2 record and squandering it into a 9-6 record and miss the play offs its the Jets.
  17. He is a good QB, but 30 is bit high. Pretty sure no jumping from NE, Colts, Saints, Giants, GB, Atlanta,....
  18. Notwithstanding your last two games. I still think you can beat Jax or KC. Lot will depend on whether you can pull you head out of your butt. The Jets biggest problem isn't that you got thrashed by the Patriots, but that you let it get to your head and instead of rebounding you went out and played like crap against the Dolphins. Rex failed to get the team read for the fins. Patriot have had some bad games and embarrassing losses under BB. But what makes BB a superior coach than RR is one embarrassing loss is used to make sure a second one doesn't happen. Two losses in a row is pretty rare under BB.
  19. True. But they still have a two game lead on you guys for the wildcard spot.
  20. The league should ban him from the sidelines of NFL games for life. I am sure they would have done so if this had been done by a newspaper cameraman. If the Jets can still use him as a conditioning coach next year. His job requires him access to the weight room during practices not he is not needed on the sideline during games.
  21. Florham Park, NY (FNN) - The stunning loss of the New York Jets to the Miami Dolphins actually catapulted the Jets to legitimacy. Going into this weeks match up the biggest and most common knock on the Jets was the fact only one of the teams they had beaten all season long had a winning record. Had the Jets won they still would have only beaten one team with a winning record. However with the win by Miami, the Dolphins improving the Dolphins record to 7-6, making the Jets win over the Dolphins in week 3 all that more impressive than it would have been if the Dolphins were only 6-7. In the locker room after the game head coach Rex Ryan congratulated the team on improving their record over winning teams and then announced snack time. Sal Alosi was awarded the game ball after leading the team in tackles in the game. Mark Sanchez said he was "proud to do my part to make this happen." (I wrote it in the style of an Onion piece, hope you like it. But you might not. )
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