How the Pats and Jets are different

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    How the Pats and Jets are different

    So, I guess it's still the slow season. Anyway, ESPN is doing a poll to pick the most memorable play in franchise history for every team. In the Pats case, the fans picked the Vinatieri 45 yd FG in the Snow Bowl, followed closely by his kick to win the SB a few weeks later.


    In the Jets poll, the top vote getter (by far) was the Butt Fumble. Must suck to be a Jet fan...


    As an aside: As much as those Vinatieri kicks were awesome, my favorite would have been Ben Watson running down Champ Bailey, followed by Troy Brown's lateral to Antwan Harris off the blocked FG vs. Pitt, honorable mention to Bryan Cox hammering Jerome Pathon. Can't forget McGinest stuffing Edgerrin James...and about fifty more. Not a play exactly, but the Pats coming out as a team in the SB was pretty great.

     
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    So, I guess it's still the slow season. Anyway, ESPN is doing a poll to pick the most memorable play in franchise history for every team. In the Pats case, the fans picked the Vinatieri 45 yd FG in the Snow Bowl, followed closely by his kick to win the SB a few weeks later.

    In the Jets poll, the top vote getter (by far) was the Butt Fumble. Must suck to be a Jet fan...

    As an aside: As much as those Vinatieri kicks were awesome, my favorite would have been Ben Watson running down Champ Bailey, followed by Troy Brown's lateral to Antwan Harris off the blocked FG vs. Pitt, honorable mention to Bryan Cox hammering Jerome Pathon. Can't forget McGinest stuffing Edgerrin James...and about fifty more. Not a play exactly, but the Pats coming out as a team in the SB was pretty great.

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    That was pretty awesome!

     

     
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    So, I guess it's still the slow season. Anyway, ESPN is doing a poll to pick the most memorable play in franchise history for every team. In the Pats case, the fans picked the Vinatieri 45 yd FG in the Snow Bowl, followed closely by his kick to win the SB a few weeks later.

     

    In the Jets poll, the top vote getter (by far) was the Butt Fumble. Must suck to be a Jet fan...

     

    As an aside: As much as those Vinatieri kicks were awesome, my favorite would have been Ben Watson running down Champ Bailey, followed by Troy Brown's lateral to Antwan Harris off the blocked FG vs. Pitt, honorable mention to Bryan Cox hammering Jerome Pathon. Can't forget McGinest stuffing Edgerrin James...and about fifty more. Not a play exactly, but the Pats coming out as a team in the SB was pretty great.

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    Gotta give Jets fans credit for having a sense of humor about their team! Some Pats fans should take notice.

     

     
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    So, I guess it's still the slow season. Anyway, ESPN is doing a poll to pick the most memorable play in franchise history for every team. In the Pats case, the fans picked the Vinatieri 45 yd FG in the Snow Bowl, followed closely by his kick to win the SB a few weeks later.

     

    In the Jets poll, the top vote getter (by far) was the Butt Fumble. Must suck to be a Jet fan...

     

    As an aside: As much as those Vinatieri kicks were awesome, my favorite would have been Ben Watson running down Champ Bailey, followed by Troy Brown's lateral to Antwan Harris off the blocked FG vs. Pitt, honorable mention to Bryan Cox hammering Jerome Pathon. Can't forget McGinest stuffing Edgerrin James...and about fifty more. Not a play exactly, but the Pats coming out as a team in the SB was pretty great.

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    didn't see it what was Giants one? If u saw it...

     
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    So, I guess it's still the slow season. Anyway, ESPN is doing a poll to pick the most memorable play in franchise history for every team. In the Pats case, the fans picked the Vinatieri 45 yd FG in the Snow Bowl, followed closely by his kick to win the SB a few weeks later.

     

    In the Jets poll, the top vote getter (by far) was the Butt Fumble. Must suck to be a Jet fan...

     

    As an aside: As much as those Vinatieri kicks were awesome, my favorite would have been Ben Watson running down Champ Bailey, followed by Troy Brown's lateral to Antwan Harris off the blocked FG vs. Pitt, honorable mention to Bryan Cox hammering Jerome Pathon. Can't forget McGinest stuffing Edgerrin James...and about fifty more. Not a play exactly, but the Pats coming out as a team in the SB was pretty great.

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    LOL

    I had no idea where you were going with this thread title.  The Jets are one of the most embarrassing franchises in sports history.  They have been around since 1960 and literally have very little to show with anything. No SBs since the merger, only two division titles since the merger, and their best HOFer is actually not a very good QB if you look at the stats.

    This is why Bustchise comes here. He knows this and wants so badly what we have been given and continue to receive.

    We have so many great moments and even with some disappointments, a Jets fan would kill to have a sniff of a chance to even dream of getting to the dance with a legit shot.

    Even their AFC title games in 2009 or 2010 for example or 1982 vs Miami, everyone knew they'd lose. Their entire existence as a franchise is a mirage and fraud. It has got to be painful to know that.

    I always laugh when Rex Ryan or Idzik say "he plays like a Jet" or "Jets football".  Umm, what exactly does that mean? Talk a lot, mouth off and then suck when it's all said and done?

     
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    So, I guess it's still the slow season. Anyway, ESPN is doing a poll to pick the most memorable play in franchise history for every team. In the Pats case, the fans picked the Vinatieri 45 yd FG in the Snow Bowl, followed closely by his kick to win the SB a few weeks later.

    In the Jets poll, the top vote getter (by far) was the Butt Fumble. Must suck to be a Jet fan...

    As an aside: As much as those Vinatieri kicks were awesome, my favorite would have been Ben Watson running down Champ Bailey, followed by Troy Brown's lateral to Antwan Harris off the blocked FG vs. Pitt, honorable mention to Bryan Cox hammering Jerome Pathon. Can't forget McGinest stuffing Edgerrin James...and about fifty more. Not a play exactly, but the Pats coming out as a team in the SB was pretty great.

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    That was pretty awesome!

     

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    Some great memories! I got chills when they were announced as a team and this actually increased my feelings ten fold they were going to win that game.

     

     
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    didn't see it what was Giants one? If u saw it...

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    I didn't check, but I'm guessing it was some fluke play.

     
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    Can't forget McGinest stuffing Edgerrin James...

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    Loved that play, McGinest hurt his leg prior to that and came back and made a big time stop.  One of my favorite Patriot players of all time.

     

    Poor Jets fans, the will always have to hear about the buttfumble!  Hahaha! 

     
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    So, I guess it's still the slow season. Anyway, ESPN is doing a poll to pick the most memorable play in franchise history for every team. In the Pats case, the fans picked the Vinatieri 45 yd FG in the Snow Bowl, followed closely by his kick to win the SB a few weeks later.

     

    In the Jets poll, the top vote getter (by far) was the Butt Fumble. Must suck to be a Jet fan...

     

    As an aside: As much as those Vinatieri kicks were awesome, my favorite would have been Ben Watson running down Champ Bailey, followed by Troy Brown's lateral to Antwan Harris off the blocked FG vs. Pitt, honorable mention to Bryan Cox hammering Jerome Pathon. Can't forget McGinest stuffing Edgerrin James...and about fifty more. Not a play exactly, but the Pats coming out as a team in the SB was pretty great.

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    didn't see it what was Giants one? If u saw it...

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    What?  I guess the big weekend started at the liquor store.......

     
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    So, I guess it's still the slow season. Anyway, ESPN is doing a poll to pick the most memorable play in franchise history for every team. In the Pats case, the fans picked the Vinatieri 45 yd FG in the Snow Bowl, followed closely by his kick to win the SB a few weeks later.


    In the Jets poll, the top vote getter (by far) was the Butt Fumble. Must suck to be a Jet fan...


    As an aside: As much as those Vinatieri kicks were awesome, my favorite would have been Ben Watson running down Champ Bailey, followed by Troy Brown's lateral to Antwan Harris off the blocked FG vs. Pitt, honorable mention to Bryan Cox hammering Jerome Pathon. Can't forget McGinest stuffing Edgerrin James...and about fifty more. Not a play exactly, but the Pats coming out as a team in the SB was pretty great.




    That was pretty awesome!


     


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    Best ever

     
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    So, I guess it's still the slow season. Anyway, ESPN is doing a poll to pick the most memorable play in franchise history for every team. In the Pats case, the fans picked the Vinatieri 45 yd FG in the Snow Bowl, followed closely by his kick to win the SB a few weeks later.

     

    In the Jets poll, the top vote getter (by far) was the Butt Fumble. Must suck to be a Jet fan...

     

    As an aside: As much as those Vinatieri kicks were awesome, my favorite would have been Ben Watson running down Champ Bailey, followed by Troy Brown's lateral to Antwan Harris off the blocked FG vs. Pitt, honorable mention to Bryan Cox hammering Jerome Pathon. Can't forget McGinest stuffing Edgerrin James...and about fifty more. Not a play exactly, but the Pats coming out as a team in the SB was pretty great.

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    I don't remember the team, but it had to have been Gronk's first season. He catches a dart from TB and dragged the safety into the end-zone. The poor guy was hanging on to Gronk's right leg for dear life, an Gronk one-legged it over the line. He sure is a lot of fun to watch.

     
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    Can't forget McGinest stuffing Edgerrin James...

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    Loved that play, McGinest hurt his leg prior to that and came back and made a big time stop.  One of my favorite Patriot players of all time.

     

    Poor Jets fans, the will always have to hear about the buttfumble!  Hahaha! 

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    Those puukes deserve it. It's the greatest blooper in sports history. It makes the ball bouncing off goofy Canseco's head for a homerun look like child's play.

    Sanchez is the only QB to try to commit suicide on national tv while playing a sport. Congrats, Marky Mark!

    Where is Bustchise?

     
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    So, I guess it's still the slow season. Anyway, ESPN is doing a poll to pick the most memorable play in franchise history for every team. In the Pats case, the fans picked the Vinatieri 45 yd FG in the Snow Bowl, followed closely by his kick to win the SB a few weeks later.

     

    In the Jets poll, the top vote getter (by far) was the Butt Fumble. Must suck to be a Jet fan...

     

    As an aside: As much as those Vinatieri kicks were awesome, my favorite would have been Ben Watson running down Champ Bailey, followed by Troy Brown's lateral to Antwan Harris off the blocked FG vs. Pitt, honorable mention to Bryan Cox hammering Jerome Pathon. Can't forget McGinest stuffing Edgerrin James...and about fifty more. Not a play exactly, but the Pats coming out as a team in the SB was pretty great.

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    didn't see it what was Giants one? If u saw it...

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    What?  I guess the big weekend started at the liquor store.......

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    Dad's going to be upset… he went to the liquor store before he cut the lawn.

     
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    So, I guess it's still the slow season. Anyway, ESPN is doing a poll to pick the most memorable play in franchise history for every team. In the Pats case, the fans picked the Vinatieri 45 yd FG in the Snow Bowl, followed closely by his kick to win the SB a few weeks later.

     

    In the Jets poll, the top vote getter (by far) was the Butt Fumble. Must suck to be a Jet fan...

     

    As an aside: As much as those Vinatieri kicks were awesome, my favorite would have been Ben Watson running down Champ Bailey, followed by Troy Brown's lateral to Antwan Harris off the blocked FG vs. Pitt, honorable mention to Bryan Cox hammering Jerome Pathon. Can't forget McGinest stuffing Edgerrin James...and about fifty more. Not a play exactly, but the Pats coming out as a team in the SB was pretty great.

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    didn't see it what was Giants one? If u saw it...

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    What?  I guess the big weekend started at the liquor store.......

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    no that would be your Mom then on to room 6 at the local motor lodge

     

     

     
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    didn't see it what was Giants one? If u saw it...

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    I didn't check, but I'm guessing it was some fluke play.

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    yeah followed by the raising of the Lombardi

     
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    So, I guess it's still the slow season. Anyway, ESPN is doing a poll to pick the most memorable play in franchise history for every team. In the Pats case, the fans picked the Vinatieri 45 yd FG in the Snow Bowl, followed closely by his kick to win the SB a few weeks later.

     

    In the Jets poll, the top vote getter (by far) was the Butt Fumble. Must suck to be a Jet fan...

     

    As an aside: As much as those Vinatieri kicks were awesome, my favorite would have been Ben Watson running down Champ Bailey, followed by Troy Brown's lateral to Antwan Harris off the blocked FG vs. Pitt, honorable mention to Bryan Cox hammering Jerome Pathon. Can't forget McGinest stuffing Edgerrin James...and about fifty more. Not a play exactly, but the Pats coming out as a team in the SB was pretty great.

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    didn't see it what was Giants one? If u saw it...

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    What?  I guess the big weekend started at the liquor store.......

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    no that would be your Mom then on to room 6 at the local motor lodge

     

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    SMH… I knew you were tool bag but this is even a new low for you.

     

     
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    So, I guess it's still the slow season. Anyway, ESPN is doing a poll to pick the most memorable play in franchise history for every team. In the Pats case, the fans picked the Vinatieri 45 yd FG in the Snow Bowl, followed closely by his kick to win the SB a few weeks later.

     

    In the Jets poll, the top vote getter (by far) was the Butt Fumble. Must suck to be a Jet fan...

     

    As an aside: As much as those Vinatieri kicks were awesome, my favorite would have been Ben Watson running down Champ Bailey, followed by Troy Brown's lateral to Antwan Harris off the blocked FG vs. Pitt, honorable mention to Bryan Cox hammering Jerome Pathon. Can't forget McGinest stuffing Edgerrin James...and about fifty more. Not a play exactly, but the Pats coming out as a team in the SB was pretty great.

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    didn't see it what was Giants one? If u saw it...

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    What?  I guess the big weekend started at the liquor store.......

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    no that would be your Mom then on to room 6 at the local motor lodge

     

     

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    You're 47 years old and resorting to mom jokes on a Pats board as a Giants fan.

    Get help and get it now while you still can. My god.

     
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    didn't see it what was Giants one? If u saw it...

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    I didn't check, but I'm guessing it was some fluke play.

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    it was mannings press conference where no reporters showed up. 

     
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    So, I guess it's still the slow season. Anyway, ESPN is doing a poll to pick the most memorable play in franchise history for every team. In the Pats case, the fans picked the Vinatieri 45 yd FG in the Snow Bowl, followed closely by his kick to win the SB a few weeks later.

     

    In the Jets poll, the top vote getter (by far) was the Butt Fumble. Must suck to be a Jet fan...

     

    As an aside: As much as those Vinatieri kicks were awesome, my favorite would have been Ben Watson running down Champ Bailey, followed by Troy Brown's lateral to Antwan Harris off the blocked FG vs. Pitt, honorable mention to Bryan Cox hammering Jerome Pathon. Can't forget McGinest stuffing Edgerrin James...and about fifty more. Not a play exactly, but the Pats coming out as a team in the SB was pretty great.

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    didn't see it what was Giants one? If u saw it...

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    What?  I guess the big weekend started at the liquor store.......

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    no that would be your Mom then on to room 6 at the local motor lodge

     

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    SMH… I knew you were tool bag but this is even a new low for you.

     

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    LOL mom jokes? I swear, the guy does this on purpose because he gets some sort of thrill from making a fool out of himself.

     
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    Elementary my dear Watson...the Jets suck and the Pats are great.

    Easy question!

     
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    So, I guess it's still the slow season. Anyway, ESPN is doing a poll to pick the most memorable play in franchise history for every team. In the Pats case, the fans picked the Vinatieri 45 yd FG in the Snow Bowl, followed closely by his kick to win the SB a few weeks later.

     

    In the Jets poll, the top vote getter (by far) was the Butt Fumble. Must suck to be a Jet fan...

     

    As an aside: As much as those Vinatieri kicks were awesome, my favorite would have been Ben Watson running down Champ Bailey, followed by Troy Brown's lateral to Antwan Harris off the blocked FG vs. Pitt, honorable mention to Bryan Cox hammering Jerome Pathon. Can't forget McGinest stuffing Edgerrin James...and about fifty more. Not a play exactly, but the Pats coming out as a team in the SB was pretty great.

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    didn't see it what was Giants one? If u saw it...

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    What?  I guess the big weekend started at the liquor store.......

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    no that would be your Mom then on to room 6 at the local motor lodge

     

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    SMH… I knew you were tool bag but this is even a new low for you.

     

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    LOL mom jokes? I swear, the guy does this on purpose because he gets some sort of thrill from making a fool out of himself.

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    in the off season one has to amuse oneself any way possible...and Mother jokes never really go out of style after all

     
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    So, I guess it's still the slow season. Anyway, ESPN is doing a poll to pick the most memorable play in franchise history for every team. In the Pats case, the fans picked the Vinatieri 45 yd FG in the Snow Bowl, followed closely by his kick to win the SB a few weeks later.

     

    In the Jets poll, the top vote getter (by far) was the Butt Fumble. Must suck to be a Jet fan...

     

    As an aside: As much as those Vinatieri kicks were awesome, my favorite would have been Ben Watson running down Champ Bailey, followed by Troy Brown's lateral to Antwan Harris off the blocked FG vs. Pitt, honorable mention to Bryan Cox hammering Jerome Pathon. Can't forget McGinest stuffing Edgerrin James...and about fifty more. Not a play exactly, but the Pats coming out as a team in the SB was pretty great.

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    didn't see it what was Giants one? If u saw it...

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    What?  I guess the big weekend started at the liquor store.......

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    no that would be your Mom then on to room 6 at the local motor lodge

     

     

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    You're 47 years old and resorting to mom jokes on a Pats board as a Giants fan.

    Get help and get it now while you still can. My god.

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    would it be a little better if I were 46?

     
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    So, I guess it's still the slow season. Anyway, ESPN is doing a poll to pick the most memorable play in franchise history for every team. In the Pats case, the fans picked the Vinatieri 45 yd FG in the Snow Bowl, followed closely by his kick to win the SB a few weeks later.


     


    In the Jets poll, the top vote getter (by far) was the Butt Fumble. Must suck to be a Jet fan...


     


    As an aside: As much as those Vinatieri kicks were awesome, my favorite would have been Ben Watson running down Champ Bailey, followed by Troy Brown's lateral to Antwan Harris off the blocked FG vs. Pitt, honorable mention to Bryan Cox hammering Jerome Pathon. Can't forget McGinest stuffing Edgerrin James...and about fifty more. Not a play exactly, but the Pats coming out as a team in the SB was pretty great.





    LOL


    I had no idea where you were going with this thread title.  The Jets are one of the most embarrassing franchises in sports history.  They have been around since 1960 and literally have very little to show with anything. No SBs since the merger, only two division titles since the merger, and their best HOFer is actually not a very good QB if you look at the stats.


    This is why Bustchise comes here. He knows this and wants so badly what we have been given and continue to receive.


    We have so many great moments and even with some disappointments, a Jets fan would kill to have a sniff of a chance to even dream of getting to the dance with a legit shot.


    Even their AFC title games in 2009 or 2010 for example or 1982 vs Miami, everyone knew they'd lose. Their entire existence as a franchise is a mirage and fraud. It has got to be painful to know that.


    I always laugh when Rex Ryan or Idzik say "he plays like a Jet" or "Jets football".  Umm, what exactly does that mean? Talk a lot, mouth off and then suck when it's all said and done?


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    oh poor Crusty.....his genius BB got out coached in every sense by the supposedly bad coach Rex Ryan. After the thanksgiving day rout, he was so confident that his butt buddy BB would do it again, he had no idea that Rex and the jets would embarrass his team so badly in that playoff game. he'll never get over that.  Rex should be fired if they don't do well this year but what about BB and his never-ending regular season glory and playoff flops? It's always Brady's fault but NEVER EVER his butt hole fave BB's fault for putting together a sub-par D.

     
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    So, I guess it's still the slow season. Anyway, ESPN is doing a poll to pick the most memorable play in franchise history for every team. In the Pats case, the fans picked the Vinatieri 45 yd FG in the Snow Bowl, followed closely by his kick to win the SB a few weeks later.

     

    In the Jets poll, the top vote getter (by far) was the Butt Fumble. Must suck to be a Jet fan...

     

    As an aside: As much as those Vinatieri kicks were awesome, my favorite would have been Ben Watson running down Champ Bailey, followed by Troy Brown's lateral to Antwan Harris off the blocked FG vs. Pitt, honorable mention to Bryan Cox hammering Jerome Pathon. Can't forget McGinest stuffing Edgerrin James...and about fifty more. Not a play exactly, but the Pats coming out as a team in the SB was pretty great.

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    didn't see it what was Giants one? If u saw it...

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    What?  I guess the big weekend started at the liquor store.......

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    no that would be your Mom then on to room 6 at the local motor lodge

     

     

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    Good God you're a loser.

     
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    Re: How the Pats and Jets are different

    Different  as in Geno Smith predicts a Super Bowl this year while TB says nothing like it. I swear truth is stranger than fiction?

     

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