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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by LSJF View Post
    They were lifeless way before that....the team does not look like it did the first two quarters of the bills game...that team looked sharp and focused. Since then it's been a mess...
    They were lifeless in the first half, when the score should have been at least 7-3 going into the locker room?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demosthenes9 View Post
    No, you don't quit just because the score is 27-0 in the third quarter. You go out there on defense and bust your ass to keep the score at 27-0, or better yet, get some turnovers/pick 6's and get the game back to a manageable score. You go out there on offense and try to score some freaking pts.

    WTF are you talking about saying that it's acceptable to quit in the 3rd freaking quarter ???? That's bull****.
    Right on, elite defenses don't quit ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I View Post


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    Joe Namath is an over rated blow hard who won one big game in his career on the backs of his RB and defense. There has never been a more over rated HOF QB. The argument that he was the first one to throw over 4000 yards is garbage, yards mean jack sh*t when you throw 28 ints the same damn year and only 26 tds. I would rather have a guy who throws for 3000 yards and 10 ints all day everyday. Turnovers lose games and yards thrown don't mean jack sh*t if you turn the ball over. All Joe Namath is now is a washed up loud mouth drunk who talks out of his a*s so he can somehow get back into the lime light. I know to some of you older guys he is God and he may have been but what he wasn't is a great QB. How can somebody be considered great when they have an under .500 record? It's a joke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Ray19 View Post
    Really, 27-0 in the middle of the 4th, Revis down, Holmes down, really?

    What team will keep playing at that point?
    You're unwavering support for TanRexChez is admirable...

    But it's time to take off the green colored glasses...

    Now you're letting them off the hook with the "injury" excuse...

    Remember, the Jets played putridly against the Steelers in game 2 this season, with no excuses, both Revis and Holmes played...

    There is no magic left in Rex...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Ray19 View Post
    They were lifeless in the first half, when the score should have been at least 7-3 going into the locker room?
    The D was ok the first half true, they can't get off the field on third down, unless the other team misses a pass...Elite defenses never quit!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Choon328 View Post
    Joe Namath is an over rated blow hard who won one big game in his career on the backs of his RB and defense. There has never been a more over rated HOF QB. The argument that he was the first one to throw over 4000 yards is garbage, yards mean jack sh*t when you throw 28 ints the same damn year and only 26 tds. I would rather have a guy who throws for 3000 yards and 10 ints all day everyday. Turnovers lose games and yards thrown don't mean jack sh*t if you turn the ball over. All Joe Namath is now is a washed up loud mouth drunk who talks out of his a*s so he can somehow get back into the lime light. I know to some of you older guys he is God and he may have been but what he wasn't is a great QB. How can somebody be considered great when they have an under .500 record? It's a joke.
    The one big game changed the course of the NFL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetswinbaby! View Post
    You're unwavering support for TanRexChez is admirable...

    But it's time to take off the green colored glasses...

    Now you're letting them off the hook with the "injury" excuse...

    Remember, the Jets played putridly against the Steelers in game 2 this season, with no excuses, both Revis and Holmes played...

    There is no magic left in Rex...
    Save it, if you don't think teams are affected by losing their best players, you don't know the game.

    This very question was asked to Damien Woody tonight via twitter, and he responded acknowledging that it happens.

    The Steeler game was a different animal. Take away Cromartie's inability to track the ball, and the Hill drop, and it's a ball game and maybe even a Jets victory, that wasn't a bad game for the Jets competitively, Sanchez was victimized by dropped passes and his WR's unable to get through press coverage. The Steelers are a good football team, and a game in their home opener is a tall task for any team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LSJF View Post
    The one big game changed the course of the NFL.
    Lets finally get something straight. The AFL and NFL agreed to a merger deal in 1966 and that's when they started the Super Bowl between the AFL and NFL. The leagues officially merged in 1970 and thats when the 2 conferences were created. But let there be no mistake, whether or not the Jets won Super Bowl 3 had no impact on the merger, the merger was agreed to 3 years prior and nothing was stopping that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Ray19 View Post
    Save it, if you don't think teams are affected by losing their best players, you don't know the game.

    This very question was asked to Damien Woody tonight via twitter, and he responded acknowledging that it happens.

    The Steeler game was a different animal. Take away Cromartie's inability to track the ball, and the Hill drop, and it's a ball game and maybe even a Jets victory, that wasn't a bad game for the Jets competitively, Sanchez was victimized by dropped passes and his WR's unable to get through press coverage. The Steelers are a good football team, and a game in their home opener is a tall task for any team.
    If you just read your post objectively, you would realize that you are making one excuse after another for the Jets poor play...

    "If this didn't happen..." or "If they had done that instead..."etc...

    Why are the Steelers always solid, why are the Steelers always better than the Jets, why were the Steelers expected to beat the Jets that day, even after the Jets were coming off an impressive win against the Bills...

    Its because the Steelers have a better front office...

    The Steelers have a better HC....

    The Steelers have a better QB...

    It's now into the fourth Rex season, and the Jets are still not better than the Steelers. In fact, there not even close...

    Sadly, changes are coming...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetswinbaby! View Post
    If you just read your post objectively, you would realize that you are making one excuse after another for the Jets poor play...

    "If this didn't happen..." or "If they had done that instead..."etc...

    Why are the Steelers always solid, why are the Steelers always better than the Jets, why were the Steelers expected to beat the Jets that day, even after the Jets were coming off an impressive win against the Bills...

    Its because the Steelers have a better front office...

    The Steelers have a better HC....

    The Steelers have a better QB...

    It's now into the fourth Rex season, and the Jets are still not better than the Steelers. In fact, there not even close...

    Sadly, changes are coming...
    I'm not making an excuse for anything, I'm responding with facts that have been proven to impact teams, facts validated by former players...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Ray19 View Post
    Save it, if you don't think teams are affected by losing their best players, you don't know the game.

    This very question was asked to Damien Woody tonight via twitter, and he responded acknowledging that it happens.

    The Steeler game was a different animal. Take away Cromartie's inability to track the ball, and the Hill drop, and it's a ball game and maybe even a Jets victory, that wasn't a bad game for the Jets competitively, Sanchez was victimized by dropped passes and his WR's unable to get through press coverage. The Steelers are a good football team, and a game in their home opener is a tall task for any team.
    Did the Jets team quit down 24-6 in the 4th quarter during the Monday night miracle?

    The truth is, if its that easy to lose hope for a game, or the season, there wasn't that much to begin with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Choon328 View Post
    Joe Namath is an over rated blow hard who won one big game in his career on the backs of his RB and defense. There has never been a more over rated HOF QB. The argument that he was the first one to throw over 4000 yards is garbage, yards mean jack sh*t when you throw 28 ints the same damn year and only 26 tds. I would rather have a guy who throws for 3000 yards and 10 ints all day everyday. Turnovers lose games and yards thrown don't mean jack sh*t if you turn the ball over. All Joe Namath is now is a washed up loud mouth drunk who talks out of his a*s so he can somehow get back into the lime light. I know to some of you older guys he is God and he may have been but what he wasn't is a great QB. How can somebody be considered great when they have an under .500 record? It's a joke.
    There is a reason they call alcohol the truth syrum. No matter what you think of Namath, he certainly seems to have hit the nail on the head.

  13. #33
    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Ray19 View Post
    It really is relative..

    Did they quit when the score was out of hand? Sure, I saw a team that basically stopped playing in the 3rd quarter when the score was 27-0, what team wouldn't?

    I didn't see a team that quit until the game was out of hand.

    Holmes fumble, punt block were brutal plays that took wind out of sails.
    This is NOT Madden 13... These guys are pros ... They are paid crazy money to do a job , no matter what the score is... Any other job and they would be fired.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dunnie View Post
    This is NOT Madden 13... These guys are pros ... They are paid crazy money to do a job , no matter what the score is... Any other job and they would be fired.
    Can you imagine if this was a Ray Lewis team? Do you think they would ever quit.

    There is no leadership in this whole organization. They all the use the poor excuse of 'its a team effort'. While that sounds good to the ears, it reeks of a lack of accountability for anyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by One Eye View Post
    Did the Jets team quit down 24-6 in the 4th quarter during the Monday night miracle?

    The truth is, if its that easy to lose hope for a game, or the season, there wasn't that much to begin with.
    Fair rebuttal, but against a team like the 49ers, no Revis, and then losing Holmes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Ray19 View Post
    Really, 27-0 in the middle of the 4th, Revis down, Holmes down, really?

    What team will keep playing at that point?
    They quit in the second quarter. The second half is when you can hear laughter coming from the 9ers sideline. This team is dead and gave up long before this. Yeah, "one step faster." The issue is they were already 3 steps slower.

  17. #37
    Quote Originally Posted by Choon328 View Post
    So a guy, who has no insight into the Jets locker room, has changed your mind about Rex? There is a difference between quitting on a coach and quitting during a game. A big f*cking difference. If they were unhappy and were quitting on him don't you think one of the loud mouths on the team would have said something "anonymously" about it by now? Some of you guys are so f*cking gullible. It's a wonder how some of you make it through a day.
    I am sure some players quit and some didn't. A football team does not quit, players do. Great thing about the nfl is that players are always playing for a contract.

    The loudmouths on a team are also the ones most likely to quit.

    This is the time for the guys that Rex gave big bucks to, to step up and get all the players playing hard. You have to see these guys on the field and on the sideline in other players faces. If the guys don't step up for Rex after Rex did for them then Rex is done.

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    when you're getting your ass beat, and then every single little thing goes wrong (pick 6 of screen, 2 fumbles off 2 injuries, punt block) it ALWAYS looks like the losing team "gives up".

    every single time a team loses a bad game in any sport, someone always says they gave up, or weren't trying, or have no heart.

    now if the jets go on a 3 game losing streak now, then maybe we can talk about giving up or losing the team.

  19. #39
    Rex lost this team late last year and they have not recovered.

    What we're seeing now is a continuation of last year.

    I've been a very big Rex supporter but the fact is his teams come out and unprepared and play soft/give up way too often.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fidelioion View Post
    Rex lost this team late last year and they have not recovered.

    What we're seeing now is a continuation of last year.

    I've been a very big Rex supporter but the fact is his teams come out and unprepared and play soft/give up way too often.
    this ^^^^^^^^ that and the fact we didnt upgrade any position and drafted poorly.

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