The Jets......(A thread of laughs!)

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    Poor Moore...all he wanted to do was block, and for his effort he'll always be known for having a mark sanchez hemoroid that preparation H can't help.

     
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    Hahahaha!  Sancheeze just threw a TD pass to a wide open receiver (defender fell down) and Sancheeze celebrates like he won the Super Bowl!  Hahahahaha!  What a tool!

     

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    Sancheeze a pick in the endzone!  Bwahahahaha!! 

     

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    New York Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie may not be the person teammate Stephen Hill turns to if the receiver faces a difficult moment in the future.

    Players in an NFL locker room are typically ingrained to believe it is “us vs. them” every day. The media is against you. Opposing teams are your enemies. The only people who will have your back are your teammates in the locker room. It is like being a part of the “CMB” crew in the movie "New Jack City." (Spoiler alert: After fighting many turf wars together, Wesley Snipes eventually turned on his best friend.)

    That leads us to Cromartie’s actions during Jets practice yesterday.

     

    According to Michael Fensom of The Star-Ledger, Cromartie delivered a hit on Hill during a goal-line drill that was so vicious, it left his teammate gasping for air on the ground. That eventually led to a scuffle between offensive and defensive players.

    Cromartie was confronted by Nick Mangold, the Jets center, after practice. Mangold did not appreciate Cromartie’s over-aggressive play, and let him know about it. Cromartie, who was wearing a dark-tinted visor on his facemask, had a simple reply:

    “Don’t cry, play ball.”

    Those are probably not the words to put on an apology card from Hallmark, but Hill said he was not injured on the play, nor did he have any resentment toward his teammate. Considering Santonio Holmes is still recovering from a foot injury, and no timetable for his return, Cromartie’s unnecessary action could have made things worse for New York’s offense if the receiver was injured.

    Jets coach Rex Ryan agreed.

    “I don’t think he intended to certainly hurt Stephen, but still, we’ve got to be smarter,” Ryan said, according to The Star-Ledger. “We have to take care of each other.”

    It is good to see Cromartie is finally willing to lay a hit on someone.

    When Cromartie played for the San Diego Chargers, his team faced the Jets during a playoff game in 2010, and the cornerback ran toward running back Shonn Greene but famously stopped in his tracksto avoid making the tackle in the fourth quarter with the Chargers trailing 10-7. He also shied away from tackling former Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow with the Jets during a regular season game in 2011.

    Apparently though, he a pretty mean hitter in practice against his teammates.

     
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    Lol. " but still, we've got to be smarter". 

     

     

    Now you got the easy part done telling me about it.

    Does that handshaped bruise on your back hurt?

     
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    Not even sure what to make of this...

    McKnight gives “media bridges” card to local media
     
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    Papa Gino with 2 INTs already in the 1st 1/4.....lol

     
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    Why is he wearing that hair thing? I remember my older sisters wearing a similar device.

     
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    Why is he wearing that hair thing? I remember my older sisters wearing a similar device.

     



    I remember when Brady had that on one day at practice. It was pretty bad. Thankfully, he got it rid of it quick. But, that pretty boy loser bust seems to really enjoy wearing it.

     

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    If he is trying to start some sort of trend, then he should quit now. 

     
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    Can you imagine if that was the QB you had to defend for your team?  I could never do it.

     

    He's the poster boy of why a rookie cap was needed. Christ, I wouldn't be surprised at all if his agent told him to come out after his freshman season to make the most money possible, duping people before the rookie cap hit in 2011.

    Seriously.

    The fact the Jets traded up for that obvious bust is beyond hilarious. They basically handed over a complete loser from USC under Carroll, 50+ million, and for what?

    He;s a fraud.

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    No complaints here Russ. I'm glad he plays for the Jets. This should be a pretty quiet season from our usual annoying, disillusioned , clueless, New Yawk guest.

     
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    And now the national media starts mocking the head coach pretty hard.

    Why does Rex Ryan still have a job?

    Kevin Manahan, USA TODAY Sports

    http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nfl/jets/2013/08/25/rex-ryan-blunder-mark-sanchez-injury-geno-smith/2696985/

    Here's what history tells us: Kennedys were born to be president.

    Ryans? Defensive coordinators.

    Is anyone really shocked by Rex Ryan's postgame meltdown Saturday night after his massive screw-up led to quarterback Mark Sanchez's shoulder injury and put the New York Jets' season in chaos?

    Ryan, the lame-duck head coach, is now a lame-reason head coach. And before the Jets get any deeper into this mess Ryan is creating, they should cut him a severance check and send him home.

    It's a long season. Do the Jets, for the sake of a few bucks, really want to this guy wearing their logo another minute?

    Some guys can't handle the pressure of the top spot. Ryan has shown that. Some guys can't see the big-picture perspective of a franchise (which includes the offense). Rex has shown that, too. Some guys, like Ryan, are not a steady hand on the wheel.

    Not everyone can be a head coach.

    Some guys are born to be assistant regional managers.

    In a bizarre postgame press conference, he justified inserting Sanchez into the fourth quarter of a meaningless preseason game by insisting the Jets wanted to win the coveted MetLife Snoopy trophy – you know by beating a team that has four of those gleaming Lombardis in its trophy case.

    CHAOS IS NORMAL: At least for the Jets

    A HAPPY QB STORY: RG3 stays on schedule

    Oh, yeah, the Giants – despite having an often-crotchety, always-lousy-quote head coach -- have three healthy quarterbacks, too. (And a reputation as one of the most respected franchises in the league.)

    After rookie Geno Smith had proven Saturday night that he is not ready to be the Jets' starter by throwing three interceptions and, in a panic, stepping out of the end zone for a safety, Sanchez had won the job by default. It was the result Ryan had wished for – because Sanchez, for all his faults and hairbands, would have given the Jets the best chance to win in 2013 and would have given Ryan the best chance to save his job.

    But in an inexplicable goof, Ryan put Sanchez in the game in the fourth quarter, behind a line of scrubs, and the quarterback was hammered by New York Giants defensive tackle Marvin Austin – hit so hard, by the way, that Austin admitted he was stung on the play, too -- and Sanchez left the game with a shoulder injury.

    Then he left the stadium in a hospital gown.

    That leaves the Jets with Smith as the starter and a bunch of strong-armed gym teachers (who won intramural titles in college) sending in resumes. Because, while the Jets haven't announced the severity of Sanchez's scrambled shoulder yet, it's bad enough that they'll start auditioning quarterbacks.

    (Those knees feeling any better, David Garrard?)

    Meanwhile, Ryan's postgame give-and-take with the media made Dennis Green's rant look, well, sane.

    Then again, Rex, you are what we thought you are: a defensive coordinator.

    (It's in the DNA: His father self-destructed as a head coach, and it's unlikely brother Rob Ryan, another defensive coordinator given to creating headlines, will get a shot to run a team.)

    VIDEO: Is this wackiest preseason TD?

    When Ryan was peppered Saturday night on his decision to play Sanchez and how Ryan would fix the quarterback situation, he refused to answer and might have become the first NFL head coach to invoke the Constitution: "I can say anything I want," he said. "That's the beauty of this country."

    God, bless America.

    But, please, start with the Jets.

    Then Ryan threw a tantrum: "I'll stand backwards and answer the question. I'm going sideways," he said as he pivoted his body. When the next crisis hits and he's cross-examined by beat writers, expect Ryan to stick his fingers in his ears, start humming and declare to the media, "You can't see me."

    Ryan spent most of his time at the podium trying to explain how important it was to win a preseason game – even if it meant hauling his quarterbacks out on slabs.

    As for the Jets' starter now?

    "We'll make the announcement when I think it's the appropriate time," he said Saturday night.

    The appropriate time is when the Jets get Sanchez's MRI results on Sunday.

    And those results could seal Ryan's fate at the end of the season. If not sooner.

    Because, for all the bluster he brought to New Jersey -- for all the promises of world championships and top-five defenses – Ryan is a guy who has been making boneheaded decisions for the past three seasons, and not little ones, either. He has shot off his mouth when he should have kept it closed. He has bragged when he should have shown humility. He has created back pages when he should have backed down.

    If the new general manager John Idzik still wonders why his team is a laughingstock, here's a hint: It's the head coach, the carnival barker who keeps the calliope playing.

    In the spring, team execs asked beat writers how the franchise could change the tone of the coverage – you know, to get the kind of respect the Giants get. Here's the answer: Get a head coach who will be taken seriously, not a class clown. Get a guy who knows quarterbacks.

    And win a championship.

    Most of the coaches and GMs who were kicked to the curb in the offseason had one shortcoming in common: They mismanaged their quarterbacks or never found one. Somehow, Ryan kept his job, even though he has shown he knows less about handling quarterbacks than A-Rod knows about natural foods.

    Here's how we know that: Mark Sanchez, Tim Tebow and Tony Sparano. Which one of those guys is better off today than they were when Ryan entered their lives?

    When the Jets needed a proven quarterback guru to develop Sanchez, Ryan traded for Tebow, the NFL's traveling circus, to mess with Sanchez's head, and brought in Sparano, the wildcat wonder, as the offensive coordinator. Sparano did the impossible: He made both quarterbacks worse.

     
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    Rex guaranteed this trophy. 

    Nobody on earth could make this picture up.

     
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    A complete fraud! Aside from the same number of playoff wins as Brady since Sanchez was drafted.  Oh and there was that beating Brady and Manning in the same post season.  Other than that though, total fraud.



    Oh yeah, that's right, participating in two conference championship games is the same as winning a Superbowl....how silly of me to think otherwise. Happy 44th

     
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    Why is he wearing that hair thing? I remember my older sisters wearing a similar device.

     

     

     

     



    I remember when Brady had that on one day at practice. It was pretty bad. Thankfully, he got it rid of it quick. But, that pretty boy loser bust seems to really enjoy wearing it.

     

     

     

     

    lmao

     

     

     

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    If he is trying to start some sort of trend, then he should quit now. 

     

     

     

     

     

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    Can you imagine if that was the QB you had to defend for your team?  I could never do it.

     

     

    He's the poster boy of why a rookie cap was needed. Christ, I wouldn't be surprised at all if his agent told him to come out after his freshman season to make the most money possible, duping people before the rookie cap hit in 2011.

    Seriously.

    The fact the Jets traded up for that obvious bust is beyond hilarious. They basically handed over a complete loser from USC under Carroll, 50+ million, and for what?

    He;s a fraud.

     

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    One of the greatest value trades ever.  Trade up to number 5 and give up next to nothing? Billiant!

     

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    71.7 career passer rating!....that is value...Brilliant

     
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