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    [QUOTE=Gangrene;4491194]After watching both players in 11-on-11 drills, trust me when I say that there is no competition at quarterback.
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    Anybody who has seen both guys play in the NFL already knew this.

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    [QUOTE=JStokes;4491386]He said "explosive" which is used to describe diarrhea.


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    Linda Blair says hi.


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    [QUOTE=DaBallhawk;4491217]he sounds very unbiased :rolleyes:

    from all the reports i read so far sanchez struggled, and tebow barely gets any reps since hes the backup, and when he does i remember reading about 4-5 times the receivers dropped touchdown passes from him.

    other than that theres nothing to add. tebow is a gamer, hes not somebody who will beat a veteran QB in training, he just doesnt look good there. on sundays however its a different story. theres a bunch of QB's that look good in practice and they cant get the job done on sundays. i rather have a guy like tebow in that case. so in order for tebow to get on the field he needs mark to struggle first (during the season). he will not beat mark in camp[/QUOTE]

    [QUOTE=ucrenegade;4491286]when they are facing the baltimore ravens defense or any good defense we will see who the gamer is.................not sanchez that is for sure........He has always looked good in practice in shorts it is when the bullets are flying when I am worried............:yes:[/QUOTE]

    [QUOTE=Joe W. Namath;4491366]
    Tebow will never look good in practice. He makes plays freelancing in games. We all know that.

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    And right on cue, three of the biggest Sanchez-haters chime in.

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    [QUOTE=Jordy;4491397]Linda Blair says hi.


    :alien:[/QUOTE]

    That's projectile.

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    [QUOTE=Jordy;4491399]And right on cue, three of the biggest Sanchez-haters chime in.[/QUOTE]

    Not haters, just "objective".

    Now ucrenegade is going to whine like a little b*tch about how every thread turns into an anti-Tebow bash, right after he start with this crap.

    What a fraud.

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    More observations from minicamp:


    Observations From Jets Minicamp Day Two
    Jun 13th, 2012 at 4:51 pm by Alan SchechterJets
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    Today was the second day of the Jets three day minicamp, the first of two sessions open to the public. As such, I made the trip out to Florham Park, to take a look at what our team looks like at this early date. I got down there pretty early, but for those of you who haven’t been down there before, you can’t see everything from every spot.
    However, I could see, and hear quite a bit, so here is some of what I noticed today out at camp:

    UP TEMPO EVERYTHINGThe first thing that is obvious is the pace of everything that is going on. The practice is rapid fire. From drill to drill, snap to snap, or even simulated snap to simulated snap, there was no slowing down the pace of the practice, which is great. Didn’t we all think the Jets were a bit of a lethargic team in 2011? Well, if the saying is true that how you perform is how you practice, then lethargy is a thing of the past. The coaches were moving them quickly out of the huddle, getting the team to the line of scrimmage quickly. Keep the defense on their toes. “Rhythm and pace”, was a theme you heard more than once. The kicking team even worked on last second field goals, which obviously have to be performed quickly.

    TONY SPARANO IS IN CHARGEThere is a new voice leading this offense from the coordinator position. You can hear it from the moment the offense takes the field. No matter what was happening, you could hear Sparano’s voice above all others, teaching on every play. His most prominent message was to break the huddle quickly, keeping the up-tempo speed he was looking for. If you break the huddle quickly, obviously that gives the defense less time to substitute, which will always be an advantage. He was talking to the QBs about their ball placement, location, trajectory, every little point was scrutinized. He talked to receivers about looking the wrong way, Tebow about getting the ball out faster…etc. Tony he was heard saying the ball was not a “G$% D#@$ dagger”….Clearly Rex’s type of guy. Sparano had no hesitation to tell people they didn’t know what they were doing.
    The desired result? A more honed, and disciplined offense, which will make us all happy.

    MARK SANCHEZ IS THE QBSorry Tebow fans, but this is the truth, whether you guys like it or not. If you watch this offense on the field, there is one guy that has command of it, Mark Sanchez. One guy is clearly leading this team, Mark Sanchez.
    One guy can make all of the throws as well, Mark Sanchez. Watching team drills, the one receiving the praise for his throws was Mark Sanchez. When Tony Sparano commented that the correct amount of air was under a particular throw up the right sidelines, Mark Sanchez was the one making that throw.
    Yes, Tim Tebow did have two reps with the first team offense, but don’t find anything significant to this. One of his early throws in team drills, was picked. He also runs around a lot, rather than reading the defense. He takes too long to get the ball out, as Sparano was drilling into his head. I even saw him put a throw at the feet of a guy that was five yards in front of him, and facing him.
    He isn’t consistent, and Mark doesn’t have a lot to worry about with this guy.


    WATCH OUT NICK FOLKThe incumbent placekicker should not feel completely safe in his position. Josh Brown clearly outkicked him in the portion that was visible from where I was. The Jets did a drill where they had the field goal team run on the field for a last second field goal, alternating it with Nick Folk and Josh Brown.
    Josh made all of his kicks that I saw, while Nick missed each one.
    Advantage Josh Brown today.

    TOUGH DAY FOR KERLEYYoung Jeremy had a tough day at the office today, with a few drops. Hey, it’s early.

    Now this young man looked very good today. DaMarcus Ganaway has a chance to make his mark on the depth chart, and the reasons are evident by watching him play. He has a great pair of hands catching the rock, and he is tall (as is Stephen Hill by the way). Watch for Ganaway this summer.
    HOLMES AND HILL ON THE FIELDSantonio Holmes and Stephen Hill both work back on the field working out today, which was a good sign. A better one was watching Santonio Holmes coaching up young guys like Damarcus Ganaway. Seems like his attitude may be coming around.
    All in all a good day out at Jets minicamp. We will have more for you tomorrow from the final day.

    [url]http://thejetpress.com/2012/06/13/observations-from-jets-minicamp-day-two/[/url]

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    [QUOTE=ucrenegade;4491286]when they are facing the baltimore ravens defense or any good defense we will see who the gamer is.................not sanchez that is for sure........He has always looked good in practice in shorts it is when the bullets are flying when I am worried............:yes:[/QUOTE]

    Like this?
    [IMG]http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-9hwsRGZzm0Y/TrCqpLle2oI/AAAAAAAAAj4/CbgH-u2CGhg/s1600/tebowing-tim-tebow-stephen-tulloch.jpg[/IMG]

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    [QUOTE]MARK SANCHEZ IS THE QBSorry Tebow fans, but this is the truth, whether you guys like it or not.[/QUOTE]

    Nobody is debating this. Nobody here thinks Tebow is starting week 1. Tebow is here to provide a spark and be a quick hook if Sanchez struggles during the regular season.

    I think week 1 is the real key here. We have to win that game against Buffalo. If we lose that, then we go to Pitt, have to play the texans, niners and pats in the 1st couple of weeks. That could be a guantlet Sanchez might not survive.

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    [QUOTE=JStokes;4491404]Not haters, just "objective".

    Now ucrenegade is going to whine like a little b*tch about how every thread turns into an anti-Tebow bash, right after he start with this crap.

    What a fraud.

    _[/QUOTE]

    Lol I was thinking the same thing. There are certain posters here who don't have to say anything, everyone knows their agenda and what they will say. :yes:

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    [QUOTE=Joe W. Namath;4491433]

    Tebow is here to provide a spark and be a quick hook if Sanchez struggles during the regular season.

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    If our quick hook "savior" is Tim Tebow then it's time to tank the season and play for the number 1 pick.

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    [QUOTE=CraigFL;4491437]Lol I was thinking the same thing. There are certain posters here who don't have to say anything, everyone knows their agenda and what they will say. :yes:[/QUOTE]

    I prefer some of the Chowd trolls to these frauds.

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    [QUOTE=Gangrene;4491194][SIZE="5"]Observations from New York Jets' Wednesday Minicamp Practice[/SIZE]
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    Of course, the big attraction to the public was being able to watch Tebow and Sanchez directly compete with each other. After watching both players in 11-on-11 drills, trust me when I say that there is no competition at quarterback.

    Tebow, on the other hand, was largely a disaster. He threw a couple of "wounded ducks" and drove a ball into Eron Riley's feet on a shallow crossing route. To be honest, I wish every Jets fan had a chance to see this practice just to get an idea for how much better of a passer Sanchez is than Tebow.

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    Of course, the writer knew what he was looking for and hoping to find. LOL

    Sanchez has to be the better passer; running is secondary except for short yardage or redzone situations. He relies on his passing game.

    Tebow has a run-first mentality and throws only when he sees a wide-open high percentage target. Otherwise, he knows he can run for a gain.

    Two totally different QBs.

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    [QUOTE=AlwaysGreenAlwaysWhite;4491226]As do you :rolleyes:[/QUOTE]
    i never claimed one guy was better than the other you toolbag, go read the reports

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    [QUOTE=JStokes;4491386]He said "explosive" which is used to describe diarrhea.


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    Ha ha ha ha; science.

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    [QUOTE=JStokes;4491401]That's projectile.

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    I saw a bootleg version of Linda Blair in the "The Dootist."

    It was mesmerizing.

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    The worst part of Tebow + Offseason.

    The Landing Strip is now literally unreadable.

    Wow. Just...wow.

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    [QUOTE=Jordy;4491494]I saw a bootleg version of Linda Blair in the "The Dootist."

    It was mesmerizing.[/QUOTE]

    That was the Chinese translation; the real title is "The Extra-Doots".


    It got an EFM rating for "Excessive Fecal Matter"; so hold onto that copy! :yes:




    :barf:

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    [QUOTE=Warfish;4491496]The worst part of Tebow + Offseason.

    The Landing Strip is now literally unreadable.

    Wow. Just...wow.[/QUOTE]
    You have high standards. I do not, and can sleep at night. :D

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    [QUOTE=jetrider;4491463]Of course, the writer knew what he was looking for and hoping to find. LOL

    Sanchez has to be the better passer; running is secondary except for short yardage or redzone situations. He relies on his passing game.

    [B]Tebow has a run-first mentality and throws only when he sees a wide-open high percentage target. Otherwise, he knows he can run for a gain.[/B]

    Two totally different QBs.[/QUOTE]

    That is not the description of an NFL QB.

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    [QUOTE=WestCoastOffensive;4491498]You have high standards. I do not, and can sleep at night. :D[/QUOTE]

    Soooo.... the mods are teh suck? ;)

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