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Jets1958

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  1. Absolutely. Maybe it should be…Jets third string leads comeback but second team looks flat against Falcon starters.
  2. Sounds like we are about to start the monthly discussion about turf v sod at MetLife. The argument trotted out each time is that you can’t play the games on two schedules and have the Turf hold up over a 34 game season. It’s not as easy as saying well in Green Bay they have turf - way up north. the sod would need to be replaced often. $$$$$
  3. Cause $. Muddy games don’t sell.
  4. oh wow. "he had a pleasant voice and that's about it". you have got to be kidding! Scully's depth of knowledge, literacy, respect and knowledge for the game, and timing were one of a kind. That's not just my opinion - it's universally held - He's in both the Broadcasters and Baseball halls of fame. You just hate baseball and decided to take a potshot a Scully - right?
  5. Wow - "the catch". What a way to go out. I like how he just let the crowd roar for 20 seconds then said... "it's a madhouse in Candlestick. Dwight Clark is 6'4" but he stands 10 feet tall in this crowd's estimation."
  6. A gentleman and a true professional. And his way with words - wow. Started announcing Brooklyn Dodger games in 1953. - that's 69 years ago! I could listen to him tell stories forever. RIP Vin. Below: 1953 World Series - his first and was paid $200.
  7. not to quibble but league-leading implies first. Dodgers 33 - 15 .688 Mets 33 - 17 .660
  8. It's amazing how this conversation begins anew on the forum every 6 months. It's like clockwork. The same arguments are put forward and the same discussion proceeds again and again. in analysis - I think that has meaning. Why is it that this topic just cannot be laid to rest? Hmm.
  9. Irvin Charles (11) attempts to catch a pass with pressure from Justin Layne (39) of Michigan State during the second half of the game at Beaver Stadium on Saturday, Nov. 26, 2016. Penn State defeated Michigan State 45-12.
  10. “Charles opted to transfer from Penn State in 2019 following his redshirt sophomore season and landed at IUP with an opportunity to play more of a role in the passing game. However, he didn’t take the field until 2021 due to academic issues and the COVID-19 pandemic. Charles made the most of his lone season suiting up for IUP, catching 39 passes for 791 yards and 12 touchdowns.“ jetswire/USA Today interesting, but there’s more to this story. Maybe academic issues hindered his playing time.
  11. "Irvin Charles has a very, very bright future," Franklin said. "He is talented, talented, talented – maybe the most talented wide receiver I've ever been around."
  12. Nope. “FedExField (originally Jack Kent Cooke Stadium) is an American football stadium located near the Capital Beltway in Prince George's County, Maryland, 5 miles (8.0 km) east of Washington, D.C. The stadium is the home of the Washington Commanders of the National Football League (NFL).” Wikipedia
  13. Don’t stay in Green Bay. Stay in Milwaukee. Less than a 2 hour easy drive and tons more to do. Check this out - https://www.hyatt.com/shop/MKEZW?rooms=1&adults=2&checkinDate=2022-10-15&checkoutDate=2022-10-17&kids=0&src=google_paidmeta_MKEZW_localuniversal_2_US_desktop_2022-10-15_selected___organic less tha $120 a night a a 3 star Hyatt. Many other option just nortH of Milwaukee on I 43. I live about 1:45 from Lambeau and of course we drive the day of the game. Easy in and out. Parking is simple.
  14. Guys often stay in Milwaukee and make the 2 hour drive. It’s a very easy drive and there’s much more going on in Milwaukee
  15. Irwin Charles size is interesting 6’4”, 219 pounds https://www.indianagazette.com/sports/iups-charles-lands-free-agent-deal-with-nfls-jets/article_5cc590ef-b8c0-5cc2-821a-87a587746cde.html
  16. Texas AM Team Captain and Defensive MVP this year - Maybe there might be some things you cannot measure.
  17. NOTE: Given the Defensive MVP Award, Defensive Leadership Award and Top Conditioned Athlete Award at the annual team banquet, while also being honored as a season team captain.
  18. Michael Clemons 2021 (GRADUATE): Played in 10 games, making nine starts … Led the Aggies with 13 hurries ... Made his season debut and recorded four tackles with two QB hurries in the win at Colorado … Tallied four tackles and matched his career high of 1.5 tackles-for-loss against New Mexico … Added 0.5 sacks and three hurries against the Lobos ... Finished with four tackles, 2.0 for loss, and forced a fumble on a sack against Arkansas ... Had two tackles and a sack against Mississippi State ... Logged three tackles and a sack against No. 1 Alabama ... Also, recorded three hurries and broke up a pass against the Tide ... Tallied his fifth straight game with at least 1.0 tackles-for-loss at Missouri ... Extended his streak to six consecutive games with at least 1.0 TFL at South Carolina ... Recorded the first fumble recovery of his career and returned the ball 24 yards for the first touchdown of his career in the win over No. 12 Auburn ... Registered two hurries at Ole Miss ... Tallied a career-high 3.5 sacks at LSU ... Given the Defensive MVP Award, Defensive Leadership Award and Top Conditioned Athlete Award at the annual team banquet, while also being honored as a season team captain.
  19. Russell Brown @RussNFLDraft Micheal Clemons is a great pick for the #Jets. Such a good fit for Saleh. Yoked up with long arms. Great motor. Love this pick for them. 11:45 AM · Apr 30, 2022
  20. Pre-Draft Analysis Clemons has the size and long arms to stack blockers and set the edge. There's room for improvement when it comes to getting off blocks, but he flashes the ability to disengage in time to make the play. He has the length and initial quickness to drive back offensive tackles when rushing the passer. He flashes violent hands initially, but he doesn't counter well when he doesn't win with his first move and stalls out too much. -- Steve Muench
  21. Mitchell is a positional run-blocker with the foot speed to scoop and seal defenders in zone schemes. He lacks the lower-body strength to consistently drive defensive linemen off the ball. He's quick and shoots his hands in pass pro, but he has shorter arms for a tackle, and the competition level raises concerns. Texas was his only Power 5 opponent in 2021, and he struggled at the Senior Bowl. -- Steve Muench
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