I was trying to point out that when you see Schilens in preseason you will be enamored by him, just the way the writers are now, but that he probably won't last the preseason so don't get to attached to him. The trolls like to take that as me saying he's a great player, but it couldn't be further from the truth. He's not. He has great size and skill, but he is very brittle.
[QUOTE=Jet Nut;4494502]Please move, you're making an idiot of yourself arguing that he was hurt when I clearly wrote that he was hurt. I'm not getting your point, I said he was hurt.
Yes, you can claim all you want that I have no facts. You didn't read that he had knee issues when he was a Jet. I did. I have no need to prove it to you. Here's another news flash Jordy, he had knee issues in Cleveland. That you cant find anything that proves me right or wrong clearly proves that i don't know what I'm talking about. Am inaccurate. Have no facts. Am not nearly as stupid as you are arguing with everyone who doesn't agree with your dime store logic.
Really Jordy, stop, this isn't a funny or smart argument, it's just annoyingly stupid.[/QUOTE]
Actually, you said he had "leg issues."
And he "did absolutely nothing last season on a team that was desperate for offense." Why did you say that if you knew he was injured?
And now you are purporting that Edwards had "knee issues" in Cleveland. I love this. Knee issues. Not injuries. But yet, until his knee injury last September, Edwards hadn't missed a game since his rookie season in 2005. So despite his "knee issues," he managed to play 80 consecutive NFL games. Pretty good for a guy with knee issues. :rolleyes:
Yeah, whiney posters are jumping on my case but that doesn't give you a pass pal.
And I'm not trying to be funny. Smart? Well you have your work cut out for you there.
[QUOTE=NY's stepchild;4494517]He's just another troll picking statements out of context and trying to get a rise out of people. He needs to get a hobby that's more soothing like feeding the ducks or playing shuffle board. No sense in arguing with a troll though. He'll never get it because his sole purpose is to get the reaction.[/QUOTE]
How about you reading what I wrote?
[QUOTE=NY's stepchild;4494521]You are completely incompetent. How can stats for a player that can't last through a game possibly have any correlation to talent? What were
Brady's stats for 2008. God he sucked that year... ignorant[/QUOTE]
In other words, what you're saying is that you're a NFL caliber scout and talent evaluator and that you can recognize Schilens talent and skill set vis a vis Braylon Edwards and that, in your opinion, he's every bit as good.
[QUOTE=NY's stepchild;4494530]I was trying to point out that when you see Schilens in preseason you will be enamored by him, just the way the writers are now, but that he probably won't last the preseason so don't get to attached to him. The trolls like to take that as me saying he's a great player, but it couldn't be further from the truth. He's not. He has great size and skill, but he is very brittle.[/QUOTE]
So when someone doesn't agree with you and the other whiney posters on this board and wash your collective nutsacks, they are trolls.
[QUOTE=Limolady;4494556]The dog wearing a hat & smoking a cigar avatar could be misleading as to "not trying to be funny" line of thinking. Just sayin................:D[/QUOTE]
I just think it's a bit ghey to use football players as your avatar. And if I used a pic of myself, these guys would hate me more.
Besides, anyone who can't tell when I'm being serious is just obviously too caught up in this "anti-troll" posse.
I actually find it quite amusing that some of these posters have been Jets fans for 10-25 years but yet they are "better" fans than someone who has been a fan for 44 years. For instance, I was shocked to learn that Ray Ray has only been a fan since the 80's. But he knows more about this franchise than I do. ;)
IMO I think Braylon would be better for the Jets in 2012 than Hill. But Hill is the future and he needs all the reps.
In a perfect world I would love for him to come back. But I can't kill the Jets. I want to get a long look at Hill this season.
Then there is the thought that the Jets are going to be running the ball a lot this year. Turning back the clock to 2009. Which means there won't be that many passes to spread around. And they want to keep Holmes happy. We might not be throwing the ball enough this year to keep Holmes, Edwards, Keller happy while allowing Hill to grow.
I think if someone else took Hill in the draft then the Jets probably would have signed Braylon.
[QUOTE=Limolady;4494439]Hahaha, my information about Broken Edwards is two years old & I knew he wasn't on the "return radar" for the Jets or any other team ever since. As for my source, [B]will the word of the NYJ GM do?[/B]
Serioulsy? Umm no.
If he had never said one thing and done another before, I might be inclined to believe everything he says.