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WHO WANTS JOHNSON TO SELL THE JETS ???


WHO WANTS JOHNSON TO SELL THE JETS ???  

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  1. 1. WHO WANTS JOHNSON TO SELL THE JETS ???

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We need Chris gone and Woody back running the organization.  

Woody took over in January of 2000, in 2001 the Brady era started so we were basically always playing for second place. Despite this the Jets have the only non Brady AFC East title, they beat the Brady Pats in the divisional round on the road, went to 2 AFC Championship Games, made the playoffs 6 times in 17 years (we made it 8 in other 44 seasons), won 6 playoff games and never saw consecutive losing seasons (we are on losing season #4 in a row since he left).

 

 

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16 hours ago, static14 said:

Owning the team is like owning a golden goose. Why the F would they ever sell it? I’m gonna go out on a limb and say they love mountains of cash more than they hate/fear angry fans. 
 

and before you say “what if we stop watching, and stop buying merch?” If you’re watching games this season they know that’s a BS bluff. We’re stuck with them until they croak. If only more of us were as brave as @nico002 and would truly abandon the team. 

Not watching doesn't effect income; fans would have to cancel season's tickets and PSL's to actually effect income. If every fan canceled their season tickets and PSL's, that would get noticed. But that is never going to happen. So we are stuck with the Johnsons until they die or unless something more comes out about that sexual abuse scandal and Woody is forced to sell by the league.

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2 hours ago, Jetsfan80 said:

 

Really?  NO reason?  You can't think of any reason why the Giants should be valued significantly more than the Jets?

Not one reason.  a small amount higher perhaps.  But significantly - No.  please share with me why you think?

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2 hours ago, nyjunc said:

We need Chris gone and Woody back running the organization.  

Woody took over in January of 2000, in 2001 the Brady era started so we were basically always playing for second place. Despite this the Jets have the only non Brady AFC East title, they beat the Brady Pats in the divisional round on the road, went to 2 AFC Championship Games, made the playoffs 6 times in 17 years (we made it 8 in other 44 seasons), won 6 playoff games and never saw consecutive losing seasons (we are on losing season #4 in a row since he left).

 

 

You actually still think Woody wasn’t involved the last several years

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28 minutes ago, Philc1 said:

You actually still think Woody wasn’t involved the last several years

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What we have seen the last few years we never saw during his 17 years so I highly doubt he was involved in day to day decision making.

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3 minutes ago, batman10023 said:

if that's your thinking on how teams are valued you are very mistaken.

it's mostly stadium revenues which drive the difference.  

I would imagine that global appeal, big city location and name recognition would be the heavy factors in value, a lot more so than stadium revenues. There is a reason that the Cowboys and Patriots are 1 and 2 on this list, why the Yankees lead MLB and the Knicks are right behind them as the 3rd most valuable franchise in sports. Championships may not directly add to team value but they definitely boost global recognition and appeal. 

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23 minutes ago, batman10023 said:

if that's your thinking on how teams are valued you are very mistaken.

it's mostly stadium revenues which drive the difference.  

Well they share a stadium and are still valued pretty differently.  So unless you have a better reason, that's the most plausible answer.  The Giants are a team with more historic success, a bigger fanbase and more marketability. 

Seems pretty clear to me that "big money" would rather be associated with a team that wins a Super Bowl every decade than with the Jets.

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4 hours ago, nyjunc said:

What we have seen the last few years we never saw during his 17 years so I highly doubt he was involved in day to day decision making.

Woody and his even dumber bro are the worst owners in all of sports.  Now go white knight for them

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4 hours ago, JetFreak89 said:

In case you haven't noticed, the American Educational system hasn't been showing promising returns these last few years (decades?). 

That’s right.  We need to all go trade schools.  We should all become plumbers 

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