[QUOTE=kennyo7;4501041]Those guys are the 50,000 or so fans who now show up to Gillette but back in the 1980's and early 1990s were nowhere to be seen causing most of your home games to be blacked out on TV
That chick and how she was treated by your organization is a major stain on your franchise that most of your current fair weathered fans dont even remember.[/QUOTE]
From 1964-2000 the New England Patriots were the New York Jets in blue uniforms.
When Belichick and Brady retire, that's exactly where they go again.
Absolutely. Bill Parcells is the second-most important Jet after Joe Namath, maybe third after Weeb Eubank.
What so many fans (especially young ones) fail to realize is that the last 15 years have been the most consistent and playoff-potent we have ever had. Taking out the 3 seasons decimated by the loss of [B]our starting QB****[/B], we've averaged 9.5 wins per season on the back of the foundation that Bill Parcells laid from Testaverde to Martin to Tannenbaum.
SAR I...I am surprised you can post something about Chad and not trash him. YOU SIR...are developing.;)
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I run into Parcells a couple of times every summer at the track at Saratoga. He's typically there for opening day and/or the travers and/or woodward stakes, among others. Nice guy, friendly, no dooshiness.
[QUOTE=CleatMarks;4501272]there are 70,000 fans on the Patriots waiting list. I think they could sell out the Met. You can only sell what you have capacity for. 68,000 + 70,000 on the wait list.[/QUOTE]
add PSLs,more club seats and 120 suites and see what happens to that waitlist. The Giants were over 150k and did not sell out either... Jets at one point were over 50K on the wait list.
[QUOTE=petejet;4501116][B]What if draft day another team offers Parcells a monster deal for the pick? [/B]He has to say no because Archie strong armed him? In retrospect Parcell's decision sucks but you cannot blame him for keeping his options open. And I can guarantee you one thing. Not a single Jets fan gave a damn about Peyton on January 17, 1999 when the Jets were getting ready to square off against the Broncos in the AFCCG. Its very easy to be a Monday morning QB.[/QUOTE]
I thought that was the reason Parcells said he couldn't guarantee Archie he'd take Peyton...
I also think Parcell's contract was to be HC for at least 4 yrs and then GM for an additional 2 years...Unless there was a change of ownership and then he could opt out of his contract
[QUOTE=petejet;4501116]What if draft day another team offers Parcells a monster deal for the pick? He has to say no because Archie strong armed him? In retrospect Parcell's decision sucks but you cannot blame him for keeping his options open. And I can guarantee you one thing. Not a single Jets fan gave a damn about Peyton on January 17, 1999 when the Jets were getting ready to square off against the Broncos in the AFCCG. [B]Its very easy to be a Monday morning QB[/B].[/QUOTE]
I wasn't doing that I was stating a fact.. Your saying what if another team offered him a monster deal that didn't happen..:confused: In 93 the Pats had the first pick and took Bledsoe.. What if another team offered the Pats a huge deal?? That didn't happen either but then the Tuna wasn't the GM..