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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin&theJets View Post
    personal attack
    Why don't you pm a mod now, punk?

    Go ahead.

    And enjoy your vacation for starting a moronic trolling thread.

    Seriously, pm a mod and report me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flight_13 View Post
    Can anyone seriously defend Mark Sanchez as a quarterback that will ever win a Super Bowl?
    Peyton Manning is the best QB ever and he has only one..
    By your quote, I assume that only great QB's win SB's and as soon as I remember if it was Bulger or Boller for Baltimore in SB whatever, I'll be back to laugh at this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RazorJet View Post
    Peyton Manning is the best QB ever and he has only one..
    By your quote, I assume that only great QB's win SB's and as soon as I remember if it was Bulger or Boller for Baltimore in SB whatever, I'll be back to laugh at this.
    It was Dilfer, but your point was made

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie Brown View Post
    Ummmm Phil Simms specifically pointed this fact out during the broadcast and used several opportunities to actually demonstrate the Jets WRs inability to gain seperation.
    The point I'm making is something you obviously do not understand. It's not what Phil Simms says. Hill was getting separation but Sanchez wasn't looking for him he got targeted TWO f*cking times today. That's not utilizing one side of the field. It's on Sanchez to find other options when it was obvious that going to Holmes wasn't working. Sanchez played another Giants game today. Played great on pretty much the first drive. Then? Sanchez decided to take the rest of the game off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mainejet View Post
    The point I'm making is something you obviously do not understand. It's not what Phil Simms says. Hill was getting separation but Sanchez wasn't looking for him he got targeted TWO f*cking times today. That's not utilizing one side of the field. It's on Sanchez to find other options when it was obvious that going to Holmes wasn't working. Sanchez played another Giants game today. Played great on pretty much the first drive. Then? Sanchez decided to take the rest of the game off.
    Really? He DECIDED to take the rest of the game off? That's some stupid ****e right there...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mainejet View Post
    Then? Sanchez decided to take the rest of the game off.
    Why don't you STFU and GTFO?

    Sanchez didn't "take the rest of the game off", he simply didn't perform well but he wasn't helped out by a bunch of drops that would have extened drives or scored points. .

    You gotta stop with your racist hate of this guy, he's the hardest worker on the team and he gives it his all on every play.

    You've said this multiple times in multiple threads for years now--that he takes plays off or he takes whole portions of games off.

    It's just insulting racist bullsh*t.

    Shut the f*ck up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manchez View Post
    Really? He DECIDED to take the rest of the game off? That's some stupid ****e right there...

    Our hillbilly porn-stache sporting redneck to the north has been spewing his racist hate against Sanchez for years now.

    I don't understand why it's tolerated.

    Has been accusing Sanchez of intentionally taking whole portions of games off for years. Thinks he's lazy.

    He's a racist pure and simple.

    But I guess that's okay on the Pfail Strip.

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    One guy not to blame is Sanchez. I mean the O was bad but it wasnt on Mark. NO ONE got open

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    Trade Sanchez?

    Some other team would have to want him....

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyJet View Post
    One guy not to blame is Sanchez. I mean the O was bad but it wasnt on Mark. NO ONE got open
    +1

    We missed Keller big-time. Hill is going to be inconsistent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by detjetsfan View Post
    +1

    We missed Keller big-time. Hill is going to be inconsistent.
    keller was always the guy sanchez had chemistry with. hill and kerley are new. holmes, well, sanchez rarely had it with him. the drops don't help. neither does playing greene. powell and mcknight combined for 10 rushes and 45 yards. greene had 11 rushes for 23 yards. in miami, sparano used his rbs a lot in the passing game. why doesn't he call plays to throw short ones to powell and mcknight? wouldn't that help out the wrs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by augustiniak View Post
    keller was always the guy sanchez had chemistry with. hill and kerley are new. holmes, well, sanchez rarely had it with him. the drops don't help. neither does playing greene. powell and mcknight combined for 10 rushes and 45 yards. greene had 11 rushes for 23 yards. in miami, sparano used his rbs a lot in the passing game. why doesn't he call plays to throw short ones to powell and mcknight? wouldn't that help out the wrs?
    BS ... Tell that to Peyton Manning and his new crop of receivers. I agree with you on the RBs not being involved enough in the passing game though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dunnie View Post
    BS ... Tell that to Peyton Manning and his new crop of receivers. I agree with you on the RBs not being involved enough in the passing game though.
    peyton manning can make anyone look good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by augustiniak View Post
    peyton manning can make anyone look good.
    Bingo .... Definition of franchise QB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JStokes View Post
    Our hillbilly porn-stache sporting redneck to the north has been spewing his racist hate against Sanchez for years now.

    I don't understand why it's tolerated.

    Has been accusing Sanchez of intentionally taking whole portions of games off for years. Thinks he's lazy.

    He's a racist pure and simple.

    But I guess that's okay on the Pfail Strip.

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    Uh oh. I'm half Hispanic. Does that mean Jeb is goní learn me a lesson?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dunnie View Post
    Bingo .... Definition of franchise QB.
    WOW...


    Yeah, because apparently Peyton Manning runs down the field and catches the ball too.

    I guess Sanchez should force Santonio to catch the 3-4 balls he dropped, run down and turn Cumberland around to catch a ball thrown at him, and pick up the fumble by Kerley.

    Man, some of you guys just suck when it comes to sports...the quintessential example of why Jets fans get labeled the way they do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanadaSteve View Post
    WOW...


    Yeah, because apparently Peyton Manning runs down the field and catches the ball too.

    I guess Sanchez should force Santonio to catch the 3-4 balls he dropped, run down and turn Cumberland around to catch a ball thrown at him, and pick up the fumble by Kerley.

    Man, some of you guys just suck when it comes to sports...the quintessential example of why Jets fans get labeled the way they do.
    Apparently, that's not too much to ask.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanadaSteve View Post
    WOW...


    Yeah, because apparently Peyton Manning runs down the field and catches the ball too.

    I guess Sanchez should force Santonio to catch the 3-4 balls he dropped, run down and turn Cumberland around to catch a ball thrown at him, and pick up the fumble by Kerley.

    Man, some of you guys just suck when it comes to sports...the quintessential example of why Jets fans get labeled the way they do.
    the worst thing rex has done with the jets, is convinced his team that when they lose, it's the offense's fault. many fans, in turn, watch games that way. when an offensive player faulters, it's sanchez's fault. wr drops a ball - sanchez made a bad throw. RT missed a block - sanchez needs to get rid of the ball quicker. wr runs a wrong route - sanchez needs to adjust. greene stinks/offense too conservative - franchise qbs can overcome this. yet, when cbs blow coverages, des generate no pressure, lbs overpursue, are too slow or can't finish tackles - well, that's trivial.

    the simple fact is, only 2 of 15 road teams won this weekend so far. it's difficult to win on the road, period. look at buffalo. last week they stunk, this week they rocked. not a coincidence. same for a good number of teams. that said, if the jets want to be taken seriously, they should beat the dolphins next week. it's a definite gut-check game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by augustiniak View Post
    the worst thing rex has done with the jets, is convinced his team that when they lose, it's the offense's fault. many fans, in turn, watch games that way. when an offensive player faulters, it's sanchez's fault. wr drops a ball - sanchez made a bad throw. RT missed a block - sanchez needs to get rid of the ball quicker. wr runs a wrong route - sanchez needs to adjust. greene stinks/offense too conservative - franchise qbs can overcome this. yet, when cbs blow coverages, des generate no pressure, lbs overpursue, are too slow or can't finish tackles - well, that's trivial.

    the simple fact is, only 2 of 15 road teams won this weekend so far. it's difficult to win on the road, period. look at buffalo. last week they stunk, this week they rocked. not a coincidence. same for a good number of teams. that said, if the jets want to be taken seriously, they should beat the dolphins next week. it's a definite gut-check game.
    Very true, and the game was winnable.

    I have always believed that for this team, while the drafting of solid players like Revis, Ferguson, Mangold etc. was good, you only have a certain window before you have to start paying these guys HUGE money. You either have to trade some of them, and retool, or you have to win in a short period of time. It is just the way it is in today's football game of a salary cap.

    When you keep them all at high prices, you have little to no depth. We say this today; The Jets simply do not have any depth in their secondary when Revis goes down. So, now the the Jets have the problem again facing them; do you let Revis walk or trade him, or do you sign him again to an even MORE ridiculous contract, and hope he never goes down, because you do not have enough money to sign decent depth players?

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