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Gas2No99

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  1. THEY ARE SH!T CONSIDERING THE $$$, EFFORT and SUPPOSED 4+ YEARS of "Effort" Spent on the marketing team by Nike. OH, BTW, You should have just banned me after your petulant tirade, @Maxman - The "Stupod Clown" LOL.
  2. Those are ILLEGAL now thanks to 1998 Cap-ologist and eventual Jets GM Michael Tannenbaum in his structuring Curtis Martin's RFA Contract Offer AND then, IIRC, it became an OFFICIALLY BANNED Practice by the NFL AFTER Steve Hutchinson's RFA Contract by Minnesota to steal him from Seattle the following year. The NY Jets . . . ALWAYS setting NEW PRECEDENT in the NFL!
  3. Wanted him SO BADLY in '14, and he went RIGHT BEFORE our Glorious #18 pick of SS Calvin Pryor.
  4. They STILL have value. IF you can package those picks WITH OUR 3rds (or some combination of other picks) to MOVE UP INTO the 2nd round, a team like the Giants, TB, Raiders would be willing dance partners in DIRE need of Quantity over quality. WE NEED Quality over Quantity b/c Mac can't Draft for $hit unless it's "gifted to him." With our luck, we'll be "Gifted Ed Oliver in the 2nd round" LOL.
  5. WTF do you mean WHAT "Does Mac do??" THE OBVIOUS!!!! He'll stare down his pants and assure that HIS Nutz are STILL there, unlike yours by the question and implied fret in your post, and TRADES that 1 STRIKE-AWAY from Suspension by the NFL Speed Demon (Gase would be on board according to his glowing comments to "up" Robbie's value at the combine") TO K.C. & the Kool-Aid Man for a 2nd and 5th Round pick in THIS DRAFT!!! I LOVE watching Robbie, but YOU TAKE the value and WE NEED Starting OLine.
  6. Yeah, it's Little B!TCH syndrome and he's got a BAAAAD case of it. He can smoke a c0ck for all I care. I put the petulant ba$tard on Ignore, but "mgmt" is yet to admonish his 2 personal attacks. Whatever. "Cankles" was funny, but like his posts, wrong & inaccurate. lol. BBQ wings sound amazing right now. I'm STARVING! I fast during daylight for lent and sundown ain't until 7:04pm
  7. Lee DID replace Shazier at OSU, no? That was one of the arguments I kept reading over & over in "justifying" selecting such a small ILB in the 1st round: "Lee is the Next Ryan Shazier, the FUTURE of LBs in the NFL that are FASTER, MORE AGILE, and 'FLYS' to the ball." 3 years later, Shazier is learning how to walk again and Lee has been run over more times on the field than a speed bump.
  8. There's a reason you are what you are, par for the course Mr. "Dusty Whyat." I was NOT ADDRESSING YOU NOR Replying to you. So DO NOT reply to me with a Personal Attack. I don't waste my time with Trash so I'll make it short and quick like the Pr!ck you are: Don't Reply to ME and Place me on Ignore if you disagree with what I say to OTHER posters. Now go eat a chicken wing.
  9. PATHETIC! Die Hard huh? THANK YOU for BREAKING some KNOWLEDGE on those foo's
  10. It's one of the stupider posts I've come across this MONTH.
  11. B.J. Finney - 6'4," 318 lbs., 27 Y.O. Back up C/LG/RG, & emergency 4th TE. UDFA in '16 3 year Pro from Kansas State going into 4th year Earning: $3.09M in Final Year '19. Steelers Tendered 2nd round. IMO, a 4th rounder gets it done. Steelers extended Pouncey & Ramon Foster and Dave DeCastro are entrenched as starters. Steelers would gladly take a 4th rounder to dump a $3M backup and he'd be willing to come here in the HOPES of a Contract extension or MORE playing time to show-off for teams and '20 FA. Steelers are MORE than able to draft and coach up a 4th rounder to be a reserve Center, Jets . . . not so much and thus WHY they have to Pay to Play. Current Contract Year Age Base Salary Cap Number Cap % Dead Money & Cap Savings Cut (pre-June 1)Cut (post-June 1)Trade (pre-June 1)Trade (post-June 1)RestructureExtension Total $3,095,000 $3,095,000 2019 28 $3,095,000 $3,095,000 1.6% $0 $3,095,000 Receives second-round tender March 6, 2019 The Steleers placed a second-round restricted tender on Finney on Wednesday, Tom Pelissero of NFL.com reports. ANALYSIS After going undrafted in 2016, Finney has emerged from obscurity to become a valuable reserve along the Steelers' offensive line. The 27-year-old has appeared in 43 games in three seasons, making nine starts.
  12. LISTEN TO MICKEY DAMNIT!!!! Maaaan, I miss that Cranky Mick, lol.
  13. Cowherd is a shill and a fair-weather fan BUM who rants in an annoying voice like a coked-up Valley Girl. I HATE him and his pompous boot-licking to feel cool and "down" with his guests. Bill Burr put him in his place and exposed Cowherd as an idiotic fraud during an interview by calling him out and disagreeing whips points. AND SCHOOLED him on Baker Mayfield: The ONLY reason to Watch Cowherd's $hit show in FX1 WAS because of K. Leahy, who is now no longer his side-kick hype woman like Robin to Howie Sternberg: Could so some more squats and and leg curls, lol, jk. Sorry didn't mean to HiJack the Thread. Back to Stupid Band-wagon Colin Cow-Turd
  14. +1 Have to agree. Seeing the Leaks and dreading the Jets never doing things correctly, I purchased 2 Darnolds (home & away) for posterity sake and they were 50% Off!!! The Home was originally $150 and the Away was originally $100 - got them BOTH for $125 from Modells. I have NO intention of purchasing more Jets apparel let alone "Louder" patterns/designs intended to attract A.D.D. millennials for their Instagram selfies. I'll most likely be gifted the new gear by Clients and other "Chupa-Medias" trying to get on my good side.
  15. Bradberry from NCState is the NEXT Mangold. When his name first popped up in late December, I kept hearing 2nd-3rd rounder. After the combine and interviews he's now a sure-fire 1st rounder. Similar to how Billy Price from OSU shot up from a mid-2nd round talent to being picked by the Bengals at #21 overall. With Osmele & Winters (for now) bookending the Center, and Harrison as a reserve who started 1/2 the season, drafting a rookie center to plug & play in the middle of those veterans is the most practical way to go w/out overcommitting on a JAG who is being paid a premium due to our Dire Straits at the position.
  16. I'm CONFUSED?!?!?!? On March 4th we were on Page 109 and last I observed this thread was at 128 pages. How are we BACK at 109? Alas, SHOUT OUT to the page and MY Block West 109th ST!
  17. Jets legend Curtis Martin says he wishes he had Le'Veon Bell's talent Two decades ago, the New York Jets rocked the NFL with a record-setting contract for a free-agent running back. It was Curtis Martin, who now has a bronze bust in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. As a player, Martin had a huge fan in Groveport, Ohio. The kid's name was Le'Veon Bell, who has said on numerous occasions that Martin was his favorite player. This is a full-circle kind of story because now Bell is the Jets' splashy free-agent signing, and Martin is the fan. "I definitely think Le'Veon is one of the best, if not the best back in the NFL," Martin said Wednesday in a phone interview with ESPN. "I always say, if I had three backs I could choose or draft, it's either Le'Veon, Saquon [Barkley] or Todd Gurley. I think they're the three best backs in the league. To have him is a huge asset." Martin left a message for Bell to congratulate him on his deal, which was agreed upon late Tuesday. When it becomes official, it will be a four-year, $52.5 million contract, which dwarfs Martin's six-year, $36 million deal from 1998. Martin is thrilled his old team landed Bell in free agency, and he is touched that Bell admired him as a kid. "For him to say that, I take it as a huge compliment because I can only dream of having the talent he has," Martin said. "If I had his talent and ability, I would've probably passed Emmitt Smith before I retired." That's quite a compliment, considering Martin's accomplishments. He's the fifth-leading rusher of all time, sitting 4,254 yards behind Smith. A knee injury cut his career short in 2005. Martin always prided himself on being someone who outworked his opponents, compensating for modest athletic ability. Martin loves Bell's raw ability, as well as the instincts he shows when attacking a defense. "What I like most about him is his vision," he said. "I always pay attention to a running back's vision because I've met guys who were the quickest and the fastest, but they didn't have the vision to be able to anticipate the defensive moves. You can always tell when a guy has good vision. I can tell, when Le'Veon is running, he's not just putting a move on the man that's in front of him. He's setting himself up for the next man that's coming. That's just a special type of guy. I believe I had that vision. I just didn't have the ability to go with it. "I can always appreciate that about a running back. He has a lot of natural athletic attributes, but what I value most is the vision that he has. He can be patient and set up his blocks." The Jets' rushing attack could use a jolt. They've had only 18 1,000-yard rushing seasons in franchise history (seven by Martin) and only one in the past six years (Chris Ivory, 2015). They hope Bell, 27, can galvanize the offense, which hasn't functioned like a legitimate NFL offense since 2015. "Le'Veon could've gone to any team in the NFL, and he's going to improve that team," Martin said. "He's just that type of guy. There are guys who are at the top of the game in their respective positions, and he's definitely one of those guys. There are certain guys ... if you get an Aaron Rodgers, or if you get a Tom Brady or Patrick [Mahomes], they're going to be an asset to any team they go to. Le'Veon ... Antonio Brown, those guys, their level of talent is, no matter where they go, they're going to make an impact." The Jets are betting big money on it, with a total of $35 million in guarantees. Bell will be under an intense spotlight, though Martin doesn't believe he will be affected by the scrutiny of having to validate a massive contract. Martin acknowledged, though, that "there's a different type of pressure in New York. I don't think Le'Veon will feel the pressure until the season gets started. It's something you can't account for just by what people say to you or hear about New York. No matter what people say, New York is different." Bell's situation is unique in that he sat out last season, embroiled in a contract dispute with the Pittsburgh Steelers. A lot of people are wondering how the layoff will impact his game. Martin said a one-year break "would've harmed me more than helped me," but he considered himself a player who needed repetition and work to be successful. He said Bell is so gifted that he can overcome the hiatus. "I think this rest will have done his body good," Martin said. "Also, with everything that went on [with his contract], something like this can light a different spark under you and give you a different level of inspiration." Martin knows about that. When he left the New England Patriots to sign with the Jets, he had just undergone abdominal surgery. Coach Bill Parcells and assistant general manager Mike Tannenbaum, who negotiated the contract, took some criticism for the bold acquisition. Martin used it as fuel. "There was a little chip on my shoulder because I remember the Patriots had labeled me as damaged goods because I was coming off an injury," he said. "So there was a part of me that was like, 'OK, we'll see how damaged I am.' That little chip was really a big chip. It's one of those little chips that can move mountains." Martin ended up enshrined in Canton, not far from Bell's hometown.
  18. Crowell was serviceable and w/NO IDEA how/what shape Bell will be in and how long it will take for him to RE-acclimate to NFL again I wouldn't be so quick to cut him, but I can understand the team's perspective and the "wipe" stunt was his doom. I would have at least tried to flip him for a late round pick.
  19. Does this mean Marcus Maye will switch BACK to his UF College #20 w/Crowell gone and Bell takes #26? Also, do you think the Jets will UNRETIRE #80 for Crowder? #80 has been dormant and unused for 14 years but since the Jets fired their long-time equipment manager in July'18 it's possible the sentimental "retiring" #80 for Chrebet is finally over?
  20. We need the depth and an OLineman who earned his bones playing in GB and Chicago should provide EXCELLENT Veteran Leadership; he looks like Alan Faneca to boot!
  21. Cop Allegedly Caught On Body Cam Performing Oral Sex On Boss Mayor Bill de Blasio and Police Commissioner James O'Neill at a press conference announcing plans to equip all city police officers and detectives on patrol with body cameras. (Bebeto Matthews/AP/Shutterstock) The NYPD is investigating two Brooklyn police officers for allegedly having sex in a patrol car, after the cops managed to inadvertently record their raunchy rendezvous on a body-worn camera, according to multiple reports. In a serious blow to the department's reputation, both the Post and the Daily News are reporting the existence of body camera footage that depicts a police officer performing oral sex on a male sergeant during a recent shift patrolling East New York. The sources who spoke with the tabloids said the recording featured audio of the five-o fellatio, as well as the intimate conversation that followed. According to the News, the camera was accidentally turned on by the sergeant as he attempted to remove it from the other officer's shirt. An NYPD spokesperson confirmed to Gothamist that "these claims are under internal review," but would not say whether the officers had been transferred or whether the department explicitly prohibits sex between officers who are on-duty. Until last year, it was not illegal for police officers to have sex with people in their custody. It is not the first time that the body cameras—currently worn by about 21,000 of the department's 30,000 officers—have captured private police moments. In December, a detective in Brooklyn was suspended for using another cop's camera to capture a 30-second video of his testicles. Elsewhere, states with more transparent body camera policies than ours have been treated to the public release of videos showing sexual encounters of police officers—which actually might be an argument in favor of classifying body camera footage, I suppose. But while the NYPD's body camera recordings have been kept private since the devices were introduced, a New York appeals court ruled last month that the footage was not part of officers' private personnel records, and could thus be made public. We will update this post if and when we obtain a copy of the video, following what is sure to be a lengthy editorial discussion.
  22. Correct. The #'s were similar and avg'd $15M/year, BUT only $10M GUARANTEED. We gave him $30+M Guaranteed.
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