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    this could end badly ....

    > [url]http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/7918567/nfl-where-end-new-york-jets[/url]

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    I love this stuff. Just keep piling it on, Mr. and Ms. Media. See you in September.

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    [QUOTE=bullitt929;4466264]I love this stuff. Just keep piling it on, Mr. and Ms. Media. See you in September.[/QUOTE]

    [url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=__VQX2Xn7tI[/url]

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    White lace and promises :)

    P.S. I know I'm ghey, but I loved her voice.

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    [QUOTE=bullitt929;4466275]White lace and promises :)

    P.S. I know I'm ghey, but I loved her voice.[/QUOTE]

    Her and Ann Wilson are two of my favorite female vocalists.

    It is going to be a zoo, Woody should just let Rex and Tannebaun run the team and stay the hell out of it. First renting Farve for a year and now this.

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    I can't believe I just watched that whole thing because those are the two guys I dislike the most in the media but I could not stop staring at Skip's face. I can't remember ever wanting to punch someone in the face over something so stupid. Sometimes I just hate the NY media. Look how they showed the two pictures of Sanchez and Tebow. Sanchez looks bummed and Tebow is smiling ear to ear. The whole thing to me is just shameless and annoying. You know they want the whole thing to blow up on the Jets. Skip says "I just want the Jets to win". Freaking parasites.

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    [QUOTE=patman;4466320]Her and Ann Wilson are two of my favorite female vocalists.

    It is going to be a zoo, Woody should just let Rex and Tannebaun run the team and stay the hell out of it. First renting Farve for a year and now this.[/QUOTE]

    :rolleyes:

    The article was just another example that there are way too many journalists with jobs that don't have a clue. Who the **** is Ashley Fox?

    All she did was regurgitate the same tired bull**** and condense it into one article, then fans like you come a long a ns proclaim the Jets are a "zoo.".

    :shakehead

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    Skip has had Jesus in his eyes since last season, so why so shocked. He's probably pissed that Sanchez firmly said Timmy is the backup when describing him.

    Not sure what's more annoying, that the lazy morons can't come up with something different to talk about or that Kelly will repost it over and over and over again.

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    [QUOTE=patman;4466320]Her and Ann Wilson are two of my favorite female vocalists.

    It is going to be a zoo, Woody should just let Rex and Tannebaun run the team and stay the hell out of it. First renting Farve for a year and now this.[/QUOTE]

    And you, like the other idiots who say this, know that this was Woody's move exactly how? :rolleyes:

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    Kelly, stop trolling.

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    excellent........:D


    This probably isn't going to end well.

    Rex Ryan is facing his most challenging task in four seasons as New York Jets coach. He must rebuild a locker room that fractured down the stretch last season and build up his fragile starting quarterback while balancing the biggest distraction in football: the Tim Tebow phenomenon.

    No wonder the Jets, according to the New York Daily News on Friday, opted out of HBO's "Hard Knocks." It was a crushing blow to fans of football drama, because nothing would have been better than getting an inside glimpse at what will be the most compelling training camp in the NFL this season, but the Jets didn't need the distraction.

    It will be tough enough balancing practice snaps between Mark Sanchez and Tebow, installing short-yardage and goal-line packages for Tebow -- if those are routes the Jets take -- and using Tebow on special teams. But it would have been fascinating to see the behind-the-scenes discussions, to be able to read the body language, to hear the conversations, and to see just how new offensive coordinator Tony Sparano deals with Sanchez and Tebow.

    Ryan and Jets general manager Mike Tannenbaum said at the NFL owners' meetings in March that they did not endorse a repeat appearance on the popular HBO show, and it seems owner Woody Johnson has heeded their wishes. Atlanta declined. The Jets declined. Given the strain the show puts on an organization that must cope with the intrusion of camera crews in places typically are off limits to outsiders, it is fair to wonder whether any team will accept an invitation.

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    Rex Ryan had to deal with an unsettled locker room last season. Will the addition of Tim Tebow make things even more complicated?
    There will be more storylines with the Jets than with any other team. Can Sanchez hang on to his starting job? What will Tebow's role be? How will Sanchez react to yielding practice reps to him? Can Sanchez and Santonio Holmes repair their relationship? What happens if Holmes prefers Tebow? Which rival coach and quarterback will Darrelle Revis call out next?
    And how will Ryan hold it all together?

    Just look at what the Jets gave us Thursday. Revis refused to back off what he told ESPN in March -- that he thinks New England coach Bill Belichick is a "jerk" -- and reiterated that Belichick is often disrespectful toward the Jets. Revis also questioned Tom Brady's sportsmanship.

    That would have been huge news had Tebow not been in the room. Tebow set Twitter afire with the news he is changing his Rhodesian Ridgeback's name from Bronco to Bronx, for obvious reasons. He is a lifelong Yankees fan. He is no longer a Bronco.

    Less than an hour after Tebow shared the news, Deadspin posted a story about it, complete with a photo of Tebow in Yankees garb.

    Tebow also said he does not live near Eli Manning in Hoboken, N.J., and has not even been to Hoboken. He still hasn't seen the "Saturday Night Live" skit with Manning Tebowing, but he heard it was funny, which it was.

    As for relevant football news regarding the most beloved backup quarterback in history, there wasn't much. Tebow wouldn't say whether he will be running the Wildcat or playing on special teams. He said he has not been informed of his role, either by Sparano or Ryan. He has not been to any special teams meetings. He has played only quarterback.

    And Tebow is the backup. Just ask Sanchez.

    "He's a backup quarterback first," Sanchez told reporters in the Jets' locker room, "and then he'll do plenty of other stuff."

    What that other stuff will be, no one is saying. Yet. By training camp, it probably will become obvious, to Tebow and Sanchez and the rest of the Jets.

    What happens from there will probably be up to Sanchez. In his previous three seasons in New York, he never had a backup push him. He has been coddled, nurtured, and managed.

    Now he has a legitimate threat in Tebow, the most popular player in the NFL and one of the most polarizing figures in sports. Even though his mechanics are questionable, Tebow's ability to lead a team is not. He did it in Denver. He helped the Broncos beat Pittsburgh in the playoffs. Tebow doesn't lack confidence. He exudes it. Teammates love his work ethic, his selflessness and his passion.

    It will be up to Sanchez to keep Tebow off the field and his teammates on his side. If Sanchez plays well out of the gate, if he leads the Jets to several wins in September -- they play Buffalo, at Pittsburgh, at Miami and San Francisco, no easy sledding -- he will have a chance.

    But if Sanchez struggles, if he throws a series of picks -- he threw 18 last season, including five in the first four weeks -- and if the Jets don't win, not even his contract and the money New York has invested in him will save him. As Broncos fans did in Denver last season, Jets fans will scream for Tebow until they get him.

    Ryan has a monumental task ahead, and it is virtually impossible to envision it ending well at all.

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    Did the lord tell you to come down and repost the article that Kelly linked to in case the flock couldn't open the link on their own? :rolleyes:

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    So the media is reporting of distractions and yet so far they are only ones who give a damn about it. I haven't seen hide nor hair of rowdy Tebowites around here. The only ones wanting to create a distraction is the media.

    Including Bayless, who I think should be electro-shocked for his and our good.

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    [QUOTE=ucrenegade;4466399]excellent........:D


    This probably isn't going to end well.

    Rex Ryan is facing his most challenging task in four seasons as New York Jets coach. He must rebuild a locker room that fractured down the stretch last season and build up his fragile starting quarterback while balancing the biggest distraction in football: the Tim Tebow phenomenon.

    No wonder the Jets, according to the New York Daily News on Friday, opted out of HBO's "Hard Knocks." It was a crushing blow to fans of football drama, because nothing would have been better than getting an inside glimpse at what will be the most compelling training camp in the NFL this season, but the Jets didn't need the distraction.

    It will be tough enough balancing practice snaps between Mark Sanchez and Tebow, installing short-yardage and goal-line packages for Tebow -- if those are routes the Jets take -- and using Tebow on special teams. But it would have been fascinating to see the behind-the-scenes discussions, to be able to read the body language, to hear the conversations, and to see just how new offensive coordinator Tony Sparano deals with Sanchez and Tebow.

    Ryan and Jets general manager Mike Tannenbaum said at the NFL owners' meetings in March that they did not endorse a repeat appearance on the popular HBO show, and it seems owner Woody Johnson has heeded their wishes. Atlanta declined. The Jets declined. Given the strain the show puts on an organization that must cope with the intrusion of camera crews in places typically are off limits to outsiders, it is fair to wonder whether any team will accept an invitation.

    [+] Enlarge
    Debby Wong/US Presswire
    Rex Ryan had to deal with an unsettled locker room last season. Will the addition of Tim Tebow make things even more complicated?
    There will be more storylines with the Jets than with any other team. Can Sanchez hang on to his starting job? What will Tebow's role be? How will Sanchez react to yielding practice reps to him? Can Sanchez and Santonio Holmes repair their relationship? What happens if Holmes prefers Tebow? Which rival coach and quarterback will Darrelle Revis call out next?
    And how will Ryan hold it all together?

    Just look at what the Jets gave us Thursday. Revis refused to back off what he told ESPN in March -- that he thinks New England coach Bill Belichick is a "jerk" -- and reiterated that Belichick is often disrespectful toward the Jets. Revis also questioned Tom Brady's sportsmanship.

    That would have been huge news had Tebow not been in the room. Tebow set Twitter afire with the news he is changing his Rhodesian Ridgeback's name from Bronco to Bronx, for obvious reasons. He is a lifelong Yankees fan. He is no longer a Bronco.

    Less than an hour after Tebow shared the news, Deadspin posted a story about it, complete with a photo of Tebow in Yankees garb.

    Tebow also said he does not live near Eli Manning in Hoboken, N.J., and has not even been to Hoboken. He still hasn't seen the "Saturday Night Live" skit with Manning Tebowing, but he heard it was funny, which it was.

    As for relevant football news regarding the most beloved backup quarterback in history, there wasn't much. Tebow wouldn't say whether he will be running the Wildcat or playing on special teams. He said he has not been informed of his role, either by Sparano or Ryan. He has not been to any special teams meetings. He has played only quarterback.

    And Tebow is the backup. Just ask Sanchez.

    "He's a backup quarterback first," Sanchez told reporters in the Jets' locker room, "and then he'll do plenty of other stuff."

    What that other stuff will be, no one is saying. Yet. By training camp, it probably will become obvious, to Tebow and Sanchez and the rest of the Jets.

    What happens from there will probably be up to Sanchez. In his previous three seasons in New York, he never had a backup push him. He has been coddled, nurtured, and managed.

    Now he has a legitimate threat in Tebow, the most popular player in the NFL and one of the most polarizing figures in sports. Even though his mechanics are questionable, Tebow's ability to lead a team is not. He did it in Denver. He helped the Broncos beat Pittsburgh in the playoffs. Tebow doesn't lack confidence. He exudes it. Teammates love his work ethic, his selflessness and his passion.

    It will be up to Sanchez to keep Tebow off the field and his teammates on his side. If Sanchez plays well out of the gate, if he leads the Jets to several wins in September -- they play Buffalo, at Pittsburgh, at Miami and San Francisco, no easy sledding -- he will have a chance.

    But if Sanchez struggles, if he throws a series of picks -- he threw 18 last season, including five in the first four weeks -- and if the Jets don't win, not even his contract and the money New York has invested in him will save him. [B]As Broncos fans did in Denver last season, Jets fans will scream for Tebow until they get him.[/B]

    Ryan has a monumental task ahead, and it is virtually impossible to envision it ending well at all.[/QUOTE]

    Why are people thinking this? There is not a shred of evidence that suggests this.

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    [QUOTE=Jet Nut;4466408]Did the lord tell you to come down and repost the article that Kelly linked to in case the flock couldn't open the link on their own? :rolleyes:[/QUOTE]

    no actually i was being nice because i know some work places like mine do not let you open links but hate away............:yes:

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    [QUOTE=ucrenegade;4466414]no actually i was being nice because i know some work places like mine do not let you open links but hate away............:yes:[/QUOTE]

    Yes, you're only nice when it's an article about another religious zealot.

    Funny how that works. :rolleyes:

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    I'm more worried about a fractured locker room revealing some inner unsavory secrets of our aggressive, defense minded coach.

    Every day I'm expecting a New Orleans style bounty story to break about the Jets. The media would love for it to happen...

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    [QUOTE=Jet Nut;4466420]Yes, you're only nice when it's an article about another religious zealot.

    Funny how that works. :rolleyes:[/QUOTE]

    link?

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    [QUOTE=Eckesg1;4466413]Why are people thinking this? There is not a shred of evidence that suggests this.[/QUOTE]


    You left out part of the context, which would indeed change things:


    [quote][SIZE="4"][B]But if Sanchez struggles[/SIZE], if he throws a series of picks -- he threw 18 last season, including five in the first four weeks --[SIZE="4"] and if the Jets don't win[/SIZE], ...... As Broncos fans did in Denver last season, [SIZE="4"]Jets fans will scream for Tebow until they get him.[/SIZE][/B][/quote]

    The reason people think this is because Tebow has proven to be a winner at every level he has ever played at.

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    [QUOTE=Eckesg1;4466413]Why are people thinking this? There is not a shred of evidence that suggests this.[/QUOTE]
    I hate to say it but I believe it might not be out of question that a part of the stadium boos Sanchez opening day

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