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Ah so there’s the Ryan Clark connection. Clark was poking fun at Darnold today on ESPN. Gotta imagine Adams isn’t high on his performance this season.

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2 hours ago, T0mShane said:

The issue with the leadership on this team is that Macc and Bowles brought in meek, beta-make, non-confrontational guys who wouldn’t challenge Bowles even a little bit and those types of guys aren’t actual leaders. The only two guys on the team with even a little bit of leadership ability are Steve McClendon and Ryan Kalil, but they’re screaming into space, surrounded by a bunch of self-absorbed cream puffs. It’s going to take yearrrrs to fix this locker room.

It won't get fix until the Johnsons sell IMO.

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Just now, Integrity28 said:

As predictable as the posts where you convince yourself of having the upper hand in some obscure way?

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8 minutes ago, Jet_Engine1 said:

Oh boy, we have a badass up in here...

He's some kind of ass anyway. I'd have gone with fat, dumb or jack 

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Just now, Integrity28 said:

@CTM here is that about-face you predicted...

 

 

What does blatesman say again?  much brave, so leadership? 

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2 hours ago, Jetsfan80 said:

 

Once again Damien Woody is spot on.  

@Pac

It would appear Mr. Woody has a different opinion than you about Jamal Adams as player and a leader.  Good listen so thanks for posting.

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49 minutes ago, BurnleyJet said:

Getting himself in serious sh*t with the players union over Kelechi Osemele. Players will distrust the GM over injury’s.

Your best players in dispute with your GM. All this is avoidable Clown show sh*t.

Douglas as made things 10 times worse, him Gase just want to strip the roster of players, because they didn’t draft them. His press conference yesterday was almost Idizk level bad.

The stuff about being competitive when your 1-6 is ******* laughable. He sat down with Adam’s, told him he was a big part of the future, then tried to trade him. He sounds like a GM players can trust.

 

 

he had the injury when he was traded. if osemele had guaranteed money left on his deal he would have played through it 100%. they haven’t stripped the team of anything- I defended adams since day 1, I even wanted the jets to draft him but he’s in the wrong here. he talked a good game, talked about being a leader, changing the culture and yet he tried to force his way to dallas when things went wrong. that’s what a bandwagon fraud does

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7 minutes ago, Matt39 said:

Ah so there’s the Ryan Clark connection. Clark was poking fun at Darnold today on ESPN. Gotta imagine Adams isn’t high on his performance this season.

Tiki Adams

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15 minutes ago, T0mShane said:

Joke is on you two. I've had Ape on mute since 1996. 

Yeah, and Apes had himself on ignore since the summer of 93. 

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3 minutes ago, Integrity28 said:

 

As expected someone finally told him he was acting like kind of a doosh and he realized he was...  hopefully he'll learn from it.

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15 minutes ago, T0mShane said:

Ramsey>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Jamal

Not the point but sure.  Both are very good and neither create turnovers

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16 minutes ago, Jet_Engine1 said:

Ramsey is a much better player at a far more important position. 

It’s almost like I didn’t say that in my post 

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14 minutes ago, CTM said:

If only Jamal the player was in Ramsey the players stratosphere 

How stupid are the lot of you? 

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12 minutes ago, Jetscode1 said:

He looks young and immature who sees zero hope in an ownership that is clueless...but go on your analysis is sure to enlighten.

He's been on football teams since he was six years old. He knows what he's doing and what the effects will be. If he has a grievance with the Johnsons, he should have the guts to say so instead of throwing darts at the GM who's trying to bring in more "dawgs" for the defense. Instead, this clown is out here taking the advice of Michael Irvin. He doesn't deserve the benefit of the doubt.

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Just now, JiF said:

It’s almost like I didn’t say that in my post 

You lead with an asinine comparison and then followed with a text wall that would make sperm proud. I lost interest 1/2 way through the second sentance 

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4 minutes ago, JiF said:

How stupid are the lot of you? 

I dunno, have you seen my post count? 

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3 minutes ago, CTM said:

You lead with an asinine comparison and then followed with a text wall that would make sperm proud. I lost interest 1/2 way through the second sentance 

Read everything and digest it all before you respond to me again. 

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Just now, JiF said:

Read everything and digest it all before you respond to me again. 

He's clearly drunk tonight.. 

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2 minutes ago, Pac said:

He's clearly drunk tonight.. 

I’m sure he’s got 5 more of those  Raspberry Passfruit White Claw’s left.  Look out!!!

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16 minutes ago, Pac said:

As expected someone finally told him he was acting like kind of a doosh and he realized he was...  hopefully he'll learn from it.

You can't teach an old 'dawg' new tricks.

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@TomShane has been vindicated in way we haven’t seen since the end of the original Invasion of the body snatchers.

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15 minutes ago, T0mShane said:

He's been on football teams since he was six years old. He knows what he's doing and what the effects will be. If he has a grievance with the Johnsons, he should have the guts to say so instead of throwing darts at the GM who's trying to bring in more "dawgs" for the defense. Instead, this clown is out here taking the advice of Michael Irvin. He doesn't deserve the benefit of the doubt.

He's a young 24 year old millionaire who frustrated from losing and gets selected by a lame, run-down organization that hasn't sniffed a serious playoff run in decades.  Dude has balled out since he was selected and while he doesn't play a premium position he does add more value to the team than not.  You don't build a winning team without a solid foundation and trading every baller for a lottery ticket just repeats the churn.

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Been out all day and just saw this.

Sheezus Christmas!  In the words of Vince Lombardi, what the hell's going on out here???

 

Here's my open letter to Jamal Adams...

Dear Jamal,

Winners never quit, and quitters never win.  But now you look like both someone who doesn't win and is trying to quit.  You're not Aaron Donald or Tom Brady, or even Donald Duck or Bobby Brady until you show that you're a difference maker and a leader.  Leaders don't go to Twitter and they certainly don't avoid in-person conversations.  Losers tweet, winners talk.

Here’s the reality.  You are under contract for 2019, for 2020 and will be for a 5th year option of 2021.  The Jets can also franchise tag you for about $11M which is the going rate for a Top 5 Safety.  This means that you're here....on the Titanic along with the rest of us.  Either start rowing this sinking ship towards shore and try to make something of the situation, or keep playing music with the band on the deck as the ship sinks.

Jets fans just want to win...whether you're here or not.  You seem to want to win as well, badly.  That is admired.  And, you want to win either here or somewhere else.  I get it.  But you're going about it the wrong way.  Put down the phone, turn off the Twitter, put on your helmet, and show that you're the leader you say you are.  Winning together will be more fun than losing apart.  And, losing apart is what would happen to the Jets and your Cincinnati Bengals after you're traded.

Best regards,

Jetstream23

 

 

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4 minutes ago, jetstream23 said:

Been out all day and just saw this.

Sheezus Christmas!  In the words of Vince Lombardi, what the hell's going on out here???

 

Here's my open letter to Jamal Adams...

Dear Jamal,

Winners never quit, and quitters never win.  But now you look like both someone who doesn't win and is trying to quit.  You're not Aaron Donald or Tom Brady, or even Donald Duck or Bobby Brady until you show that you're a difference maker and a leader.  Leaders don't go to Twitter and they certainly don't avoid in-person conversations.  Losers tweet, winners talk.

He's the reality.  You are under contract for 2019, for 2020 and will be for a 5th year option of 2021.  The Jets can also franchise tag you for about $11M which is the going rate for a Top 5 Safety.  This means that you're here....on the Titanic along with the rest of us.  Either start rowing this sinking ship towards shore and try to make something of the situation, or keep playing music with the band on the deck as the ship sinks.

Jets fans just want to win...whether you're here or not.  You seem to want to win as well, badly.  That is admired.  And, you want to win either here or somewhere else.  I get it.  But you're going about it the wrong way.  Put down the phone, turn off the Twitter, put on your helmet, and show that you're the leader you say you are.  Winning together will be more fun than losing apart.  And, losing apart is what would happen to the Jets and your Cincinnati Bengals after you're traded.

Best regards,

Jetstream23

 

 

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47 minutes ago, TeddEY said:

Ok, Boomer.

(can’t believe I got to use that so soon)

Also, Jamal isn’t a millennial.

 

You obviously are one, or don’t know any!
 
 J. Adams DOB, October 17, 1995
MillennialsBorn 1981-1996 (22-37 years old
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3 hours ago, Joejet said:

I was a big Adams fan until this all came down.  I understood his initial reaction as a passionate personality,  but after a day to calm down, his refusal to meet with Douglas is inexcusable.  He has shown his true colors, that he is all about him and not the team.  His comparing himself to Aaron Donald and Tom Brady is laughable.

I agree,,,,how about talking a time out before you go in front of the microphones, and actually think about what you are doing. This guy obviously doesn't want to be here, what a phony. He wants to be the star, make the big hit, at the cost of missing tackles and stupid penalties, talks a team game but plays differently. Kudos to Tom Shane, he had this guy pegged from the beginning...

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w/im 5 secs " i hold myself in high regard"..

 

eff off loudmouf mfer, erik mcmillan will have more INTS b4 you retire! 

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49 minutes ago, Pac said:

As expected someone finally told him he was acting like kind of a doosh and he realized he was...  hopefully he'll learn from it.

are you still in character??

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2 hours ago, Mogglez said:

You're out of you're f*cking mind if you think Douglas is the clown here.

Also, little tidbit here, Jamal isn't as liked as you think he is in that locker room.

I have no doubt that when Adams is gone there’s going to be a lot of teammates who shred him.  100% chance.

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53 minutes ago, Pac said:

As expected someone finally told him he was acting like kind of a doosh and he realized he was...  hopefully he'll learn from it.

No he isn't... Dude nobody talked to him... this is everything he said in his presser....  He also said his feelings were hurt :( sad eyes GIFsad face GIF

And that he needed time before he could talk to the adults in the room... So he wouldn't answer Joe or Adams calls.... Sad Cry Me A River GIF by Paul McCartney

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1 hour ago, JiF said:

Not the point but sure.  Both are very good and neither create turnovers

Because he doesn't get thrown at... Revis didn't have a lot of turn overs either...

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