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Wow, JetNation is certainly in preseason form. 9 hours and 24 minutes late, and no "***" to speak of. Pathetic.

Just between the two of us, Max is likely to go in the first round of cuts. We wanted to give the kid a chance, but it's just not working out. I don't think he's even going to make the practice squad.

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Wow, JetNation is certainly in preseason form. 9 hours and 24 minutes late, and no "***" to speak of. Pathetic.

It has been noted that BP was asleep at the wheel once again. Luckily, as always, I was here to bail him out.

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Never seen anyone so cursed to be forever stationed where sh*t's always going down. Hope this one's been less stressful than Korea at least.

I am afraid to ask him where he is going next because he is a barometer of sorts....

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It's been a long time coming, but kickoff and game-time is right around the corner. This offseason was dreadful in terms of not knowing if we'd see the Jets in action this up coming season, but as of right now, it's just a nice feeling knowing we're about to see our Jets of 2011 take the field.

I just can't wait to see our young talents in action tonight, and believe me, we're loaded with young potential in Muhammad WIlkerson, Jeremy Kerley, Kenrick Ellis, Joe McKnight, Vladimir Ducasse (starting at RT tonight), John Conner and Kyle Wilson. We're stacked with a nucleus of rookies and 2nd year players, talents who we're expecting to make serious impacts for us this season. These kids should be fun to watch heading into the regular season.

We also have some sleepers (Rookies and 2nd year players) who I'm amped to see tonight in Jeff Cumberland (TE), Scotty McKnight (WR), Bilal Powell (RB), Josh Mauga (MLB), Marcus Dixon (DT) and Logan Payne who's been hyped up as a solid special teams man. We can't forget about our 3rd year players such as Jamaal Westerman (OLB), Ropati Pitoitua (DE) and Jarron Gilbert (DT) either. I'm pumped to see how Westerman looks rushing from the outside and hopefully both Ropati and Gilbert are ready to break out as solid role players to add to the depth of our defensive front.

It should also be interesting trying to evaluate how Dwight Lowery performs after making the transaction from CB to free safety. Speaking of safetys, I'll be paying close attention to Jim Leonhard who's returning from IR.

One thing is for sure... This is a preseason to be excited about. First and foremost, it's key to stay healthy, but the Jets must win tonight... I'm all in with all my virtual chips stacked up on the Jets aha.

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It's been a long time coming, but kickoff and game-time is right around the corner. This offseason was dreadful in terms of not knowing if we'd see the Jets in action this up coming season, but as of right now, it's just a nice feeling knowing we're about to see our Jets of 2011 take the field.

I just can't wait to see our young talents in action tonight, and believe me, we're loaded with young potential in Muhammad WIlkerson, Jeremy Kerley, Kenrick Ellis, Joe McKnight, Vladimir Ducasse (starting at RT tonight), John Conner and Kyle Wilson. We're stacked with a nucleus of rookies and 2nd year players, talents who we're expecting to make serious impacts for us this season. These kids should be fun to watch heading into the regular season.

We also have some sleepers (Rookies and 2nd year players) who I'm amped to see tonight in Jeff Cumberland (TE), Scotty McKnight (WR), Bilal Powell (RB), Josh Mauga (MLB), Marcus Dixon (DT) and Logan Payne who's been hyped up as a solid special teams man. We can't forget about our 3rd year players such as Jamaal Westerman (OLB), Ropati Pitoitua (DE) and Jarron Gilbert (DT) either. I'm pumped to see how Westerman looks rushing from the outside and hopefully both Ropati and Gilbert are ready to break out as solid role players to add to the depth of our defensive front.

It should also be interesting trying to evaluate how Dwight Lowery performs after making the transaction from CB to free safety. Speaking of safetys, I'll be paying close attention to Jim Leonhard who's returning from IR.

One thing is for sure... This is a preseason to be excited about. First and foremost, it's key to stay healthy, but the Jets must win tonight... I'm all in with all my virtual chips stacked up on the Jets aha.

Here in 2011.

1Bryan, ChrisP6-5220292No College2Folk, NickK6-1222264Arizona3Smith, CourtneyWR6-523024RSouth Alabama4Conley, T.J.P6-3220251Idaho5Willy, DrewQB6-3217241Buffalo6Sanchez, MarkQB6-2225242Southern California8Brunell, MarkQB6-12154018Washington9Novak, NickK6-0198294Maryland10Holmes, SantonioWR5-11192275Ohio State14McElroy, GregQB6-222023RAlabama15McKnight, ScottyWR5-11182RColorado17Burress, PlaxicoWR6-52323310Michigan State17Edwards, BraylonWR6-3214286Michigan18Payne, LoganWR6-2205263Minnesota20Wilson, KyleCB5-1019024RBoise State21Tomlinson, LaDainianRB5-102153210Texas Christian22Pool, BrodneyS6-2214276Oklahoma23Greene, ShonnRB5-11226252Iowa24Revis, DarrelleCB5-11198264Pittsburgh25McKnight, JoeRB5-1120523RSouthern California26Lowery, DwightCB5-11198253San Jose State27Cook, EmanuelS5-10202231South Carolina29Powell, BilalRB5-1020422RLouisville31Cromartie, AntonioCB6-2210275Florida State32Jennings, ChrisRB5-10218252Arizona32Posey, JulianCB5-1118723ROhio33Smith, EricS6-1207285Michigan State34Cole, MarquiceCB5-10192272Northwestern35Brown, CarlosRB6-0210231Michigan35Landor, ByronS6-021022RBaylor36Leonhard, JimS5-8188286Wisconsin37McGee, JeremyCB5-1018523RMississippi38Conner, JohnFB5-1124524RKentucky39Lankster, EllisCB5-9190242West Virginia40Toal, BrianLB6-0238261Boston College41Taylor, RichardDB5-11190251Maryland42Morgan, DavonS6-018922RVirginia Tech43Bellore, NickLB6-125022RCentral Michigan44Ihedigbo, JamesS6-1214274Massachusetts45Baker, JoshTE6-324424RNorthwest Missouri46Purdum, TannerLS6-3270261Baker47Long, BrandonLB6-3254241Michigan State48Satele, BrashtonLB6-024823RHawaii49Gatling, StaffordLB6-424923ROhio49Richardson, TonyFB6-12403916Auburn50McIntyre, GarrettLB6-3270261Fresno State51Brown, CodyLB6-3252242Connecticut52Harris, DavidLB6-2250274Michigan53Mauga, JoshLB6-1245241Nevada54LaRocque, JoeyLB6-2228252Oregon State55Westerman, JamaalLB6-3255262Rutgers56Berning, MatthiasLB6-023624RCentral Michigan56Laury, LanceLB6-2242295South Carolina57Scott, BartLB6-2242309Southern Illinois58Thomas, BryanOLB6-4260329Alabama-Birmingham59Felix, RobbyC6-3295251Texas – El Paso60Ferguson, D’BrickashawT6-6310275Virginia61Powell, CarltonDT6-2312251Virginia Tech62Ducasse, VladimirOL6-532523RMassachusetts63Taylor, ZaneC6-230923RUtah64Boggs, TaylorC6-328524RHumboldt State65Moore, BrandonG6-3305318Illinois66Washington, LorenzoDE6-4296241Alabama67Duron, CurtisOL6-530822RMissouri State68Slauson, MattG6-5315252Nebraska69Ottaiano, TomC6-129523RMonmouth70DeVito, MikeDE6-3305274Maine71Gilbert, JarronDT6-5285242San Jose State72Landolt, DennisG6-430624RPenn State74Mangold, NickC6-4307275Ohio State75Turner, RobertOL6-4308263New Mexico76Stewart, ChrisOL6-535123RNotre Dame77Wills, JeffOL6-735022RMinnesota78Hunter, WayneT6-5318307Hawaii79Pitoitua, RopatiDE6-8315262Washington State81Keller, DustinTE6-2250263Purdue82Mulligan, MatthewTE6-4265262Maine83Franklin, CollinTE6-525223RIowa State84Campbell, MichaelWR6-220521RTemple85Kerley, JeremyWR5-918822RTCU86Cumberland, JeffTE6-426024RIllinois87DePalma, DanWR5-1120022RWest Chester88Turner, PatrickWR6-5220241Southern California89Cotchery, JerrichoWR6-0203297North Carolina State91Pouha, SioneDT6-3325326Utah92Ellis, ShaunDE6-52903411Tennessee93Ellis, KenrickDT6-533023RHampton93Pryce, TrevorDE6-52903514Clemson94Dixon, MarcusDT6-4295261Hampton95Tevaseu, MartinDT6-232523RNevada-Las Vegas96Wilkerson, MuhammadDL6-431521RTemple97Pace, CalvinLB6-4265308Wake Forest98Kroul, MattDL6-3300251Iowa

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Here in 2011.

1Bryan, ChrisP6-5220292No College2Folk, NickK6-1222264Arizona3Smith, CourtneyWR6-523024RSouth Alabama4Conley, T.J.P6-3220251Idaho5Willy, DrewQB6-3217241Buffalo6Sanchez, MarkQB6-2225242Southern California8Brunell, MarkQB6-12154018Washington9Novak, NickK6-0198294Maryland10Holmes, SantonioWR5-11192275Ohio State14McElroy, GregQB6-222023RAlabama15McKnight, ScottyWR5-11182RColorado17Burress, PlaxicoWR6-52323310Michigan State17Edwards, BraylonWR6-3214286Michigan18Payne, LoganWR6-2205263Minnesota20Wilson, KyleCB5-1019024RBoise State21Tomlinson, LaDainianRB5-102153210Texas Christian22Pool, BrodneyS6-2214276Oklahoma23Greene, ShonnRB5-11226252Iowa24Revis, DarrelleCB5-11198264Pittsburgh25McKnight, JoeRB5-1120523RSouthern California26Lowery, DwightCB5-11198253San Jose State27Cook, EmanuelS5-10202231South Carolina29Powell, BilalRB5-1020422RLouisville31Cromartie, AntonioCB6-2210275Florida State32Jennings, ChrisRB5-10218252Arizona32Posey, JulianCB5-1118723ROhio33Smith, EricS6-1207285Michigan State34Cole, MarquiceCB5-10192272Northwestern35Brown, CarlosRB6-0210231Michigan35Landor, ByronS6-021022RBaylor36Leonhard, JimS5-8188286Wisconsin37McGee, JeremyCB5-1018523RMississippi38Conner, JohnFB5-1124524RKentucky39Lankster, EllisCB5-9190242West Virginia40Toal, BrianLB6-0238261Boston College41Taylor, RichardDB5-11190251Maryland42Morgan, DavonS6-018922RVirginia Tech43Bellore, NickLB6-125022RCentral Michigan44Ihedigbo, JamesS6-1214274Massachusetts45Baker, JoshTE6-324424RNorthwest Missouri46Purdum, TannerLS6-3270261Baker47Long, BrandonLB6-3254241Michigan State48Satele, BrashtonLB6-024823RHawaii49Gatling, StaffordLB6-424923ROhio49Richardson, TonyFB6-12403916Auburn50McIntyre, GarrettLB6-3270261Fresno State51Brown, CodyLB6-3252242Connecticut52Harris, DavidLB6-2250274Michigan53Mauga, JoshLB6-1245241Nevada54LaRocque, JoeyLB6-2228252Oregon State55Westerman, JamaalLB6-3255262Rutgers56Berning, MatthiasLB6-023624RCentral Michigan56Laury, LanceLB6-2242295South Carolina57Scott, BartLB6-2242309Southern Illinois58Thomas, BryanOLB6-4260329Alabama-Birmingham59Felix, RobbyC6-3295251Texas – El Paso60Ferguson, D’BrickashawT6-6310275Virginia61Powell, CarltonDT6-2312251Virginia Tech62Ducasse, VladimirOL6-532523RMassachusetts63Taylor, ZaneC6-230923RUtah64Boggs, TaylorC6-328524RHumboldt State65Moore, BrandonG6-3305318Illinois66Washington, LorenzoDE6-4296241Alabama67Duron, CurtisOL6-530822RMissouri State68Slauson, MattG6-5315252Nebraska69Ottaiano, TomC6-129523RMonmouth70DeVito, MikeDE6-3305274Maine71Gilbert, JarronDT6-5285242San Jose State72Landolt, DennisG6-430624RPenn State74Mangold, NickC6-4307275Ohio State75Turner, RobertOL6-4308263New Mexico76Stewart, ChrisOL6-535123RNotre Dame77Wills, JeffOL6-735022RMinnesota78Hunter, WayneT6-5318307Hawaii79Pitoitua, RopatiDE6-8315262Washington State81Keller, DustinTE6-2250263Purdue82Mulligan, MatthewTE6-4265262Maine83Franklin, CollinTE6-525223RIowa State84Campbell, MichaelWR6-220521RTemple85Kerley, JeremyWR5-918822RTCU86Cumberland, JeffTE6-426024RIllinois87DePalma, DanWR5-1120022RWest Chester88Turner, PatrickWR6-5220241Southern California89Cotchery, JerrichoWR6-0203297North Carolina State91Pouha, SioneDT6-3325326Utah92Ellis, ShaunDE6-52903411Tennessee93Ellis, KenrickDT6-533023RHampton93Pryce, TrevorDE6-52903514Clemson94Dixon, MarcusDT6-4295261Hampton95Tevaseu, MartinDT6-232523RNevada-Las Vegas96Wilkerson, MuhammadDL6-431521RTemple97Pace, CalvinLB6-4265308Wake Forest98Kroul, MattDL6-3300251Iowa

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Watching Monday Night Countdown talk about the kickoff rule change is infuriating me. TOM JACKSON YOU PLAYED WHEN THE BALL WAS KICKED AT THE 35! How can you call this a rule that changes the fundamentals of the game. Also I like how the analysts seemed to completely ignore the fact that Berman mentioned when Chicago did their kick offs from the 30 one of their players did get injured on the play.

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