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It looks like Zach Wilson and the NY Jets have found a very interesting loophole in the NFL's Rule.


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3 hours ago, UntouchableCrew said:

I know what you're trying to say, but this is a statement someone who has never been to Utah would make.

The gap between NYC and NJ, Long Island, Westchester etc. is not nearly as large as the gap between NYC and Utah.

Lived in all places. You sir are correct. I live 15 minutes from the Jets facility. Most of the players live in the Northern NJ suburbs.

They like big houses and we have plenty of them.

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2 hours ago, IndianaJet said:


 

Utah is beautiful.  Probably one of my favorite states. From the mountains in the north to the canyons in the south…it really is a must see part of the country. 

But it can be pretty pricey for being “Utah”.  Zach is from Draper which is a suburb of Salt Lake City.  A decent house there will set you back $600K+ easily. 

No athlete with any cache is living in a house in draper for under 2.5 million.   Housing in Salt lake is going through the roof.   You can't get a decent house for 600K in a good hood unless it's a tear down.  

Housing in Utah is going crazy.  

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13 hours ago, Vader said:

Why do ppl think players live in NYC? They live in NJ which is like Nebraska compared to the city. 

If Nebraska was in NJ I would move to NJ.  It's the only thing NJ is missing.  

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7 hours ago, rangerous said:

I don’t see where this is that much of a loophole unless beck is actually on the jets payroll as a full time employee.  Or maybe the jets are the ones that actually hire beck for Wilson’s off season training. If this is the case then the nfl might have a case.  

Zack could form a company (let’s call it ZW2) for wellness in quarterbackinq with Beck as a subcontractor. The Jets could then contract ZW2 as a team consultant with a generous payout. A large part of that payout would go to ZW2 founder and president Mr. Zachary Kapono (which my autocorrect turned to “aka-Onondaga”) Wilson. After which Zach would sign a team friendly extension and all are happy.

 Problem solved.

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14 hours ago, Prodigal Syndicate said:

Why would anyone want to live in Utah instead of NY or LA.

Funny. I am not sure what the difference between Utah and some of the more secluded parts of LA. My guess is that she isn't a city gal - but outside New Orleans, you can find the 'quiet life'; maybe the weather? Also, New Orleans is nothing like NYC; okay during Mardi Gras; maybe it is her family.

Why couldn't she stay in Utah for an extra month and still stay together? I think it is the 8 months in NY/NJ that is really the problem, or she found out that she doesn't want to be QB wife. Or, maybe she wanted to be a wife, and he wasn't ready?

 

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Boy if people think Utah would be a drag to live in, let me tell you about the rolling hills of Iowa!

Honestly though, Iowa is a great place to live.  I’m sure Utah is too.  I’m sure for millions of people NYC is.  

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5 hours ago, UntouchableCrew said:

I know what you're trying to say, but this is a statement someone who has never been to Utah would make.

The gap between NYC and NJ, Long Island, Westchester etc. is not nearly as large as the gap between NYC and Utah.

Come visit Utica

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20 minutes ago, bostonmajet said:

Funny. I am not sure what the difference between Utah and some of the more secluded parts of LA. My guess is that she isn't a city gal - but outside New Orleans, you can find the 'quiet life'; maybe the weather? Also, New Orleans is nothing like NYC; okay during Mardi Gras; maybe it is her family.

Why couldn't she stay in Utah for an extra month and still stay together? I think it is the 8 months in NY/NJ that is really the problem, or she found out that she doesn't want to be QB wife. Or, maybe she wanted to be a wife, and he wasn't ready?

 

Is this a Utah Jazz joke?

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12 minutes ago, Origen said:

Come visit Utica

My father was offered a transfer to Utica. He asked for a family vote and the only positive thing (we were kids and didn’t care about his pay) was that we’d have to get cable. It was unanimous. No. 

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Just now, Snook said:

Where did New Orleans come in?

Oh, they said he was going to LA; and I was like LA can be quite quiet except for New Orleans during Mardi Gras - did I misread something? I love NYC and New Orleans, but outside Mardi Gras, New Orleans is pretty laid back - of course as an east coast guy, I liken Utah to LA - probably not fair.

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14 minutes ago, bostonmajet said:

Oh, they said he was going to LA; and I was like LA can be quite quiet except for New Orleans during Mardi Gras - did I misread something? I love NYC and New Orleans, but outside Mardi Gras, New Orleans is pretty laid back - of course as an east coast guy, I liken Utah to LA - probably not fair

Los Angeles 

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2 hours ago, HawkeyeJet said:

Boy if people think Utah would be a drag to live in, let me tell you about the rolling hills of Iowa!

Honestly though, Iowa is a great place to live.  I’m sure Utah is too.  I’m sure for millions of people NYC is.  

My father lived in Wichita for years and I was in the Chicago suburbs.  

There's few things I dislike more than driving through Iowa.  

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34 minutes ago, Jimmy 2 Times said:

My father lived in Wichita for years and I was in the Chicago suburbs.  

There's few things I dislike more than driving through Iowa.  

Yeah I imagine not.  I think the first 100-200 miles west of the Mississippi are very beautiful  personally.  I live in that part of the state. Very scenic river valleys and great rolling hills etc. However the farther west you get the flatter it gets an is very much like Nebraska and Kansas.  And that is a much bigger part of the state as Iowa is actually quite big east pto west from a land area stand point.

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15 hours ago, Origen said:

Come visit Utica

I’d rather not.

Utica isn’t the NY metro area and isn’t relevant to what we’re talking about.

Part of the issue is the cultural comparison. The wealthy NYC suburbs are very different than Provo or Salt Lake City. Same with Utica.

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1 hour ago, UntouchableCrew said:

I’d rather not.

Utica isn’t the NY metro area and isn’t relevant to what we’re talking about.

Part of the issue is the cultural comparison. The wealthy NYC suburbs are very different than Provo or Salt Lake City. Same with Utica.

Point being that Utica is more of a closer approximation to Utah than anywhere downstate NY could ever be.

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