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

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    And it continues!  The Jets prized FA CB signing, Dimitri Patterson was cut today after going AWOL.

    Last year, first FA signing, Mike Goodson, also went AWOL. This is the first time in NFL history a franchise have signed a FA as their first choice in FA, only to watch them become unglued and go AWOL on a coke binge.

    It simply cannot be made up. It just can't:

    http://espn.go.com/new-york/nfl/story/_/id/11437462/dimitri-patterson-released-new-york-jets

     
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         Jets GM one of the 5 worst in the NFL? You be the judge: http://www.nj.com/jets/index.ssf/2014/09/sporting_news_ranks_jets_john_idzik_one_of_nfls_five_worst_general_managers.html ;

     
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         Apparently, former Bronco and ESPN talking head Mark Schlereth is really down on the Jets high ticket free agent WR, Eric Decker. Here are some of his comments on the man that Gotham Green hopes will be their team's #1 receiver:


    Former Broncos offensive lineman and current ESPN analyst Mark Schlereth ripped new Jets wide receiver Eric Decker, saying that big free agent signing is just a result of the Denver system with Peyton Manning. "Decker, in my mind, was your fourth option in Denver," Schlereth said on ESPN Radio Wednesday. "And that's the talent that I think he has. I think he's a marginal No. 2 at best."


    Decker had 87 receptions for the Broncos last season but Schlereth doesn't think he'll come close to that in his first season with the Jets.


     "It's not that he's a bad player, he's not a bad player, he's just a product of that offense," Schlereth said. "What did he have, like 87-90 catches something like that last year? You'll see him in the 40 range. Forty-50 range." 


    Decker signed a five-year, $36.25 million deal with the Jets in the offseason. He was widely considered one of, if not the best receiver on the free agent market and has been brought into help what was previously one of the worst receiving groups in the league. 


    "New York will go crazy watching him be covered one-on-one and incomplete passes, throwing his arms up, begging for flags," Schlereth said. "I'm telling you New York, get ready, begging for flags like, 'I was interfered with. That's the only reason I couldn't catch that ball' every play and then tripping over his own feet. Going for a big play and all of a sudden the turf monster gets him. Bam. Sniper. Down. It will drive you crazy. It will absolutely drive you crazy."


         LOL!!!!

     
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    Note the footnote under the blue box to the right of the map.

     

     
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    In response to prolate0spheroid's comment:
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    Note the footnote under the blue box to the right of the map.

     

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         For those of you who can't read the footnote referred to by Prolate in his post, it says that, "The NY Jets do not have a plurality of fans in any U. S.county. LOL!!!!  

     
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    WOW! just WOW. amazing...

    THey shoot horses don't they?

     
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    Excerpts from the Sept. 4th edition of the NY Daily News: "The good news is that the NFL season is finally here, which unforetunately, is bad news for the Jets......This is the 46th consecutive year Jets nation is hoping their heroes can finally get to their second Super Bowl......The Jets are a fragile team with an unknown in Geno Smith at QB backed up by Michael Vick, who is a better player. If Smith and the Jets struggle in September, I don't think Ryan will desitate to go to the bullpen for the aging little lefthander. No kidding, but Sunday's opener is really a must win for the Jets. If they can't win at home against the Raiders, who are comming off of back-to-back 4-12 seasons, starting rookie QB Derek Carr, and have lost 13 consecutive games in the Eastern time zone, exactly what games are they going to win and what happens the next six weeks against Aaron Rodgers, Jay Cutler, Matt Stafford, Philip Rivers, Peyton Manning and Tom Brady? They don't want to go into Green bay next week at 0-1. The Packers will be in a nasty mood after losing to Seattle on Thursday night. Idzik is a bright guy with an Ivy League degree, but he's too methodical in a business that requires quick, instinctive decisions. He's actually planned for the Jets to go into the season with Dee Milliner and Dimitri Patterson at corner. Even before Milliner suffered a high ankle sprain on Aug. 10th aand Patterson AWOL-ed his way out of town, this was not a great idea. The Jets built up Milliner, benched twice by Ryan last year before playing better down the stretch of his rookie year, like he was Darrelle Revis, and Patterson, well, the Jets were his seventh team in ten years.      Exactly why is Idzik sitting on $21 million in cap room with no cornerbacks? He let ego get in the way of not buying into a Return To Revis Island, then allowed free agent Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie out of the building to head up the highway where he sigend with the Giants.     At the very least, Idzik could have brought back Antonio Cromartie for the same $3.5 million he got from the Cardinals and never bothered with Patterson. Cromartie had a bad year last year -- he played through a hip injury -- and was great the last 13 games in 2012 after Revis tore his ACL. He's healthy and starting for the Cardinals.     You get what you pay for, and Idzik refused to pay for quality corners and now has Darrin Walls and converted safety Antonio Allen starting Sunday. Corner is Ryan's favorite position and Idzik sabotaged him."     OUCH!

     
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    Can someone add something funny here today ?

     
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    I still can't find any Jets jokes.

     
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    Well after time out gate we cant let thius thread die!

     

     

     

     

    But, but I'm a good poster!

    Eli counter.  Ints 4. Wins 0

    Remember Tyler Sash!  Rinngggg ringgggg

    http://m.espn.go.com/nfl/story?storyId=10930324

     
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    In response to billge's comment:

    I still can't find any Jets jokes.




    They were on CBS at 4 PM yesterday.

     
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    LOL!!!!!!

     

    NEW YORK JETS
    Things we learned about the Jets
    September, 15, 2014
    SEP 15
    12:00
    PM ET
    By Rich Cimini | ESPNNewYork.com
    136COMMENTS7EMAILPRINT
    Let’s take a timeout (oh, snap!) and offer some perspective on the New York Jets' 31-24 loss to the Green Bay Packer. What we learned:

    1. The Jets have the potential to be a pretty good team. It was overshadowed by the timeout fiasco, but the team’s performance for the first 20 minutes was as good as it gets. They jumped to a 21-3 lead with a 14-point first quarter, their first since 2009, if you can believe that. It had a Super Bowl XLVIII feel to it, with the Jets capitalizing on a botched first play and taking the early command. Unlike the Seattle Seahawks, however, they lacked killer instinct. But, hey, if you’re looking for a silver lining, it’s the first 20 minutes.



    2. There are cracks in the sideline operation, evidenced by the ill-timed timeout. You can blame offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg or you can blame Sheldon Richardson -- or both -- but the bottom line is this: With the game on the line, there was a breakdown, due to indecision and faulty communication. There also was a glitch on the would-be interception by David Harris. The play was blown dead because the Jets had too many men on the field, the result of confusion with changing of personnel packages. That needs to stop.


    Milliner
    3. Dee Milliner isn’t a savior. But, wait, we knew that already, right? He might be a terrific cornerback one day, but he is certainly not that kind of player yet, and it was unreasonable to expect his return to dramatically improve the state of the secondary. He was rusty, and his ankle wasn’t 100 percent, so he became an easy target for Aaron Rodgers and Jordy Nelson. Frankly, it was a surprise that Milliner (40 snaps) played as much as he did. He rotated with Antonio Allen (57) and Darrin Walls (40). That Allen, a converted safety, was the No. 1 cornerback speaks volumes about the cornerback position.

    4. The Jets have a discipline issue. Once again, penalties were a big story, led by the double-unsportsmanlike conduct calls on Muhammad Wilkerson (ejected) and Richardson. In two games, they have racked up 18 penalties for 187 yards, the equivalent of three scoring drives. The players talk about protecting each other on the field, but there comes a point when you have to walk away. You can’t lose your cool and expect to win, especially in a hostile environment.

    5. Geno Smith is too reliant on Eric Decker. They worked well together in the first half, but Decker was neutralized when the Packers started rolling coverage to him -- and the entire passing attack shut down. David Nelson was a non-factor and the tight ends were an afterthought. This was a tough matchup for the wide receivers because the Packers have good, man-to-man corners, but the Jets should have been able to utilize the tight ends. Didn’t happen, as Jeff Cumberland and Jace Amaro had only one catch apiece. If Decker’s hamstring injury keeps him on the sideline, it will put a dent in the passing game.

     
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    Comical reading here...Their fans think they were robbed because 1st rd  moron Richardson called the timeout on behalf of any coach:

    http://forums.theganggreen.com/threads/we-just-got-screwed-the-timeout.81757/

     
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    LOL!

    Hollywood Decker more interested in tv career than Jetsie playbook, now injured:

    http://espn.go.com/blog/new-york/jets/post/_/id/43138/decker-injures-hamstring-set-for-tests

     
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    In response to DougIrwin's comment:

    LOL!

    Hollywood Decker more interested in tv career than Jetsie playbook, now injured:

    http://espn.go.com/blog/new-york/jets/post/_/id/43138/decker-injures-hamstring-set-for-tests



    He went to NYC because he country singing wifey wanted to do that redonkulous reality TV series which they are shooting now as the season goes on if I'm correct. Way to sign someone whose mind is on football first!

     

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