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    JETS NEED BRAYLON FOR HIS SWAG AND TUDE

    Back when the Jets lost Keysean , the Jets
    found themselves without the intensity and swag
    that players that are wound too tightly bring
    to a team, there was a void -

    Last year the Jets felt the same kind of
    void - no attitude on offense.

    The reason: The loss of Braylon Edwards.

    Edwards has a way bringing the attention his
    way, and then performing at his very best
    with the game on the line. He takes pressure
    of others, something both Sanchez and Holmes
    could really use about now.

    Braylon had a great repore and chemistry
    built with Sanchez, he was the big play
    guy, and the only reciever the Jets had
    that allowed Sanchez to do what he does
    best, throw the home run ball.

    Edwards and Sanchez worked hard to develop
    the chemistry that allowed them to go to
    back to back Championship games.

    Cotchery also had tremendous chemistry
    with Sanchez.

    I hope the Jets bring Edwards back, I'd like
    to see the two young athletes work together
    again, and I don't see anyone on the Jets
    current roster who can do what Edwards
    did, AND THAT IS BRING AN ALMOST
    SUPERHUMAN INTENSITY TO THE BATTLE.

    The Jets without Edwards are like the
    Celtics without Rondo, a high maintnece
    player who pays high dividends.

    Taylor was a difficult personality for Parcells,
    but the baggage was worth it, just ask Parcells,
    who like Ryan and Bellicheat, pride themselves
    at being able to work with difficult personalities,
    it's part of the job if you choose to be a
    champion.

    Few players have that kind of intensity.

    COX - TAYLOR - JOHNSON- HARRISON- EDWARDS
    these guys where all a handful and more, but
    all won championships, with one exception,
    for now anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diego Jet Fan View Post
    Back when the Jets lost Keysean , the Jets
    found themselves without the intensity and swag
    that players that are wound too tightly bring
    to a team, there was a void -

    Last year the Jets felt the same kind of
    void - no attitude on offense.

    The reason: The loss of Braylon Edwards.

    Edwards has a way bringing the attention his
    way, and then performing at his very best
    with the game on the line. He takes pressure
    of others, something both Sanchez and Holmes
    could really use about now.

    Braylon had a great repore and chemistry
    built with Sanchez, he was the big play
    guy, and the only reciever the Jets had
    that allowed Sanchez to do what he does
    best, throw the home run ball.

    Edwards and Sanchez worked hard to develop
    the chemistry that allowed them to go to
    back to back Championship games.

    Cotchery also had tremendous chemistry
    with Sanchez.

    I hope the Jets bring Edwards back, I'd like
    to see the two young athletes work together
    again, and I don't see anyone on the Jets
    current roster who can do what Edwards
    did, AND THAT IS BRING AN ALMOST
    SUPERHUMAN INTENSITY TO THE BATTLE.

    The Jets without Edwards are like the
    Celtics without Rondo, a high maintnece
    player who pays high dividends.

    Taylor was a difficult personality for Parcells,
    but the baggage was worth it, just ask Parcells,
    who like Ryan and Bellicheat, pride themselves
    at being able to work with difficult personalities,
    it's part of the job if you choose to be a
    champion.

    Few players have that kind of intensity.

    COX - TAYLOR - JOHNSON- HARRISON- EDWARDS
    these guys where all a handful and more, but
    all won championships, with one exception,
    for now anyway.

    is this a sonnet??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diego Jet Fan View Post
    Back when the Jets lost Keysean , the Jets
    found themselves without the intensity and swag
    that players that are wound too tightly bring
    to a team, there was a void -

    Last year the Jets felt the same kind of
    void - no attitude on offense.

    The reason: The loss of Braylon Edwards.

    Edwards has a way bringing the attention his
    way, and then performing at his very best
    with the game on the line. He takes pressure
    of others, something both Sanchez and Holmes
    could really use about now.

    Braylon had a great repore and chemistry
    built with Sanchez, he was the big play
    guy, and the only reciever the Jets had
    that allowed Sanchez to do what he does
    best, throw the home run ball.

    Edwards and Sanchez worked hard to develop
    the chemistry that allowed them to go to
    back to back Championship games.

    Cotchery also had tremendous chemistry
    with Sanchez.

    I hope the Jets bring Edwards back, I'd like
    to see the two young athletes work together
    again, and I don't see anyone on the Jets
    current roster who can do what Edwards
    did, AND THAT IS BRING AN ALMOST
    SUPERHUMAN INTENSITY TO THE BATTLE.

    The Jets without Edwards are like the
    Celtics without Rondo, a high maintnece
    player who pays high dividends.

    Taylor was a difficult personality for Parcells,
    but the baggage was worth it, just ask Parcells,
    who like Ryan and Bellicheat, pride themselves
    at being able to work with difficult personalities,
    it's part of the job if you choose to be a
    champion.

    Few players have that kind of intensity.

    COX - TAYLOR - JOHNSON- HARRISON- EDWARDS
    these guys where all a handful and more, but
    all won championships, with one exception,
    for now anyway.
    Great post and I agree with it 100%. If we are going to put Sanchez in the best position to succeed, then we are going to have Braylon Edwards on the team. It's that simple IMO.

    However, I do not believe the Jets FO feels the same way.

    I thought I also heard he resigned with the Niners, right?

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    I stopped at "lost keysean"

    Knew right away it was from a longtime diehard Jet fan

    Sent from my SGH-T679 using Tapatalk 2

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    Stephen Hill has more attitude/style than Braylon Edwards. Also, you never want a WR's 'personality' running your offense to begin.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zgqEem4pKSM

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    I hate the offseason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sg3 View Post
    I stopped at "lost keysean"

    Knew right away it was from a longtime diehard Jet fan

    Sent from my SGH-T679 using Tapatalk 2
    Lol, I did the same thing

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    Does this diatribe need to be put to music?

    BTW, Sanchez, when BE & SH were together, had better chemistry with SH.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jet Nut View Post
    Does this diatribe need to be put to music?

    BTW, Sanchez, when BE & SH were together, had better chemistry with SH.
    Not really no. Sanchez forced the ball to SH a lot more because thats what the coaches told him to do, but he had better chemistry with BE. BE was the #1 reciever that opened up spots of Holmes.

    It doesn't matter though this is a horse long since beaten to death. BE is not coming back. Lets hope Holmes get hurt week 1, with a blown achillies and then we can go with hill and Kerley as our #1 and #2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Funaz View Post
    Not really no. Sanchez forced the ball to SH a lot more because thats what the coaches told him to do, but he had better chemistry with BE. BE was the #1 reciever that opened up spots of Holmes.

    It doesn't matter though this is a horse long since beaten to death. BE is not coming back. Lets hope Holmes get hurt week 1, with a blown achillies and then we can go with hill and Kerley as our #1 and #2
    No, thats not even close to being true.

    And that most of MS picks came on throws to BE says he tried to force it to him. That all those game winning drives ended with passes to Holmes says that along with who was the number 1 WR.

    Sanchez had much better chemistry with Holmes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirtstar View Post
    is this a sonnet??
    +1 for the funny.

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    Vin?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jet Nut View Post
    No, thats not even close to being true.

    And that most of MS picks came on throws to BE says he tried to force it to him. That all those game winning drives ended with passes to Holmes says that along with who was the number 1 WR.

    Sanchez had much better chemistry with Holmes.
    Agree to disagree. Mark and Holmes hate each other, and he had much better repoire with be than Holmes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Funaz View Post
    Agree to disagree. Mark and Holmes hate each other, and he had much better repoire with be than Holmes.
    Who do you know, Mark, Santonio or both?

    Holmes is the better WR, had better chemistry with Sanchez.

    No matter how much you guys don't want to hear it thats why Edwards was tossed aside.

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    And the Elvis sightings continue.
    Braylon is dead and gone.
    Time to move on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NY2FLDWC85 View Post
    Stephen Hill has more attitude/style than Braylon Edwards
    Could you compare their swag stats for us?

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    Jesus Christ we're not getting Braylon back. Sorry guys, I wanted him back too but the subject has been beaten to death. Jets made that clear last week.

    Stephen Hill and our other young receivers are the Jets future now.

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    When the hell are you people going to let go of this guy?

    I've never heard such rallying, borderline obsessive support for such an average player.

    He's not coming back. If we had any interest in re-signing him we would've done it last year before he signed with the Niners for chump change.

    We just drafted a physical freak with huge upside in Stephen Hill, and people still want to whine and cry about Braylon not being on the team.

    Christ

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    We just need to score the rest will take care of itself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirtstar View Post
    is this a sonnet??
    No it's a quatrain

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