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What a game but it’s hard to be a Jets fan and watching this game without any sadness. Both these guys are great. Either would be king of NY at this point. **** man.

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3 minutes ago, T0mShane said:

Honestly, I don’t recall much about Bradway in the book. It was a lot of contrasting Rex with Pettine and Callahan, and a lot of Sanchez emotional struggles 

I don't think he had much access to the scouts.  We all know Bradway is at his best locked in a dark room watching tape.  

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1 minute ago, Jetsfan80 said:

I don't think he had much access to the scouts.  We all know Bradway is at his best locked in a dark room watching tape.  

And Rex would've been best just locked in a dark room.

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10 minutes ago, southparkcpa said:

I’m 3 deep in books I need to read, I read a lot.... please tell me what was the takeaway on Sanchez. 

I don't remember much about Sanchez, even though it focused on him a lot.  I think, in large part, because nothing about the Sanchez story was terribly surprising.  Sort of matched up with my perception of him prior to reading.

One other story that resonated with me was the Cromartie stuff.  Seemed like the whole team was just generally in awe of the guy's athleticism.  Was just kind of cool when you think about world class athletes looking at a guy and being blown away.  But, more interesting, he was described as incredibly dedicated (along with Revis) to film study, and from a human perspective, it talks about him being deeply hurt and embarrassed by the Hard Knocks incident, and just kind of explores that a bit.

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1 minute ago, TeddEY said:

One other story that resonated with me was the Cromartie stuff.  Seemed like the whole team was just generally in awe of the guy's athleticism.  Was just kind of cool when you think about world class athletes looking at a guy and being blown away.  But, more interesting, he was described as incredibly dedicated (along with Revis) to film study, and from a human perspective, it talks about him being deeply hurt by the Hard Knocks incident, and just kind of explores that a bit.

 

Yep.  Tremendous athlete.  He was probably the best QB on the team.  And I'm not making that up, that's based on what the book said.  

He also was incredibly sensitive.  Just about any time coaches would try to critique his technique on tape and help him improve, he'd cuss them out.  

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5 minutes ago, Daddy Wang Doodle said:

Can't quite put my finger on why I hate the seahawks, but I really hate the seahawks

I hate the Seahawks more than anyone except the Pats.  And I know exactly why -- it is personal.  Major schadenfraude thing I have going on with some people who are Seahawk fans.  I do not want them to be happy.

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3 minutes ago, Jetsfan80 said:

 

Yep.  Tremendous athlete.  He was probably the best QB on the team.  And I'm not making that up, that's based on what the book said.  

He also was incredibly sensitive.  Just about any time coaches would try to critique his technique on tape and help him improve, he'd cuss them out.  

A typo, but also correct.

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