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3 minutes ago, Lith said:

I would prefer Justin.  Although at 66 years old, Joe still might be an upgrade over McGovern.

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27 minutes ago, Rhg1084 said:

It’s only his second year, he seems to be really good.

A little mixed so far. Ups and downs in Year 2 for sure. 

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1 minute ago, Untouchable said:

Jamal is raising their play with his cheerleading abilities from the sideline 

He'd be more effective cheering from his social media accounts.

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2nd Year player and Lifelong midget Kyler Murray chewing guys out on the sideline after a couple of blown blocks.....

 

Meanwhile, Sad Sack Sam still afraid to raise his voice on the field or sidelines. 

 

Sorry kid, report to the other line to be issued a ball cap and clipboard.

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28 minutes ago, Jet_Engine1 said:

2nd Year player and Lifelong midget Kyler Murray chewing guys out on the sideline after a couple of blown blocks.....

 

Meanwhile, Sad Sack Sam still afraid to raise his voice on the field or sidelines. 

 

Sorry kid, report to the other line to be issued a ball cap and clipboard.

No need to raise your voice on the sideline when you can just report to the owner and vent your frustration.

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Budda Bakers makes every dam tackle!


It must infuriate Adams to know Baker got paid and he hasn’t yet.

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What could have been. At the time, I remember a lot of folks saying we dodged a bullet with Kingsbury and Arizona had reached, but watching his team come back in the 4th quarter with tremendous execution and unexpected play calling - they are very well coached team.

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10 minutes ago, ryu79 said:

What could have been. At the time, I remember a lot of folks saying we dodged a bullet with Kingsbury and Arizona had reached, but watching his team come back in the 4th quarter with tremendous execution and unexpected play calling - they are very well coached team.

Could you imagine if Gase tried to kick a field goal on second down because he doesn’t trust his quarterback or his offense? What a mess.

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14 minutes ago, Rhg1084 said:

Kicked on 2nd down from 41 yards then iced his own kicker 

Nuts. How do you do that? If you want to play it safe rush the ball between the tackles.

Kliff sapped all the confidence out of his offense by pulling them off the field on second down. He’s been trying to develop this team and get it moving. That does the opposite.

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2 hours ago, Rhg1084 said:

Does Arizona even play Isaiah Simmons? Seems like I’ve never seen him on the field this year 

Speak of the devil 

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Kicked on 2nd down from 41 yards then iced his own kicker 

But, because he did that, he now has time to try to win the game. Funny how things work out sometimes
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Seattle finally lost a game, yay! Jets now have the 26th pick instead of 31 lol

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Great game, let's hope the Seahawks dont earn the #1 seed

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Just now, Beerfish said:

Kingsbury....Rhule...

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Adam Gase

 

So ducking sad. Add to that Pete Carroll — whom we fired but clearly shows now he was a keeper. And Russell Wilson — whom the Jets — some in the war room — were banging the table for. Klingsbury. Brandon Shell. See Arizona support a QB with weapons. It’s sick here. The Jets are a mental disease. 

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Great game 

maybe one day we have a offense like one of these teams. fun to watch

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This game felt like the super bowl. What a great game. Great football. 

Great game. Seattle plays some of the wildest, most exciting football I have ever seen. Nice to see them finally lose one of these heartbreakers.

This game also shows just how far apart these teams are from what we put on the field every week
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Just now, Lith said:



This game also shows just how far apart these teams are from what we out in the field every week

QFT in bold 

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