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Thread: can we show a little loyalty/love to the guys that delivered two AFCCG's?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Ray19 View Post
    Your act is well known here, I'm not the only one on this board who knows this.

    I have no act, it's all very real. Take your signature and shove it up your ass!
    You need help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jordy View Post
    You need help.
    More irony

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Ray19 View Post
    The irony is you once again derailing another thread because of your own petty agenda with me.
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    More attacks, more derailing threads, more acting tough from your computer, more of your agenda driven crap.

    STFU
    Quote Originally Posted by Jordy View Post
    You need help.
    Ray is the poster boy for Freud's concept of psychological bias.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PMarsico9 View Post
    I don't necessarily think he's a great head coach, but I would say that he worked well with Bradway/Tannenbaum.

    They definitely had good players. But I don't pine for Mangini.

    Just as I won't cry when Rex is deservedly fired after a complete no-show against one of the Jets top rivals.
    Whats sad about the Sanchez play you posted is Sanchez is catching all the crap yet Moore (and the Jets line all night) was totally destroyed by Wilfork which caused it..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borgoguy View Post
    Ray is the poster boy for Freud's concept of psychological bias.
    Just STFU and stick with what you do best, creep on women that are old enough to be your grandaughter.
    Last edited by Ray Ray19; 11-24-2012 at 02:26 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by C Mart View Post
    Whats sad about the Sanchez play you posted is Sanchez is catching all the crap yet Moore (and the Jets line all night) was totally destroyed by Wilfork which caused it..


    It's amazing nobody has acknowledged this, it's clear Sanchez was looking to slide in whatever crease he could find, but as he was going into that sliding motion, Moore is pushed back into him, which esentially renders Sanchez in a defenseless position, it's really not surprising why the play ended up the way that he did. The REAL mistake on that play is Sanchez turning the wrong way on the handoff, or the RB running the wrong play.

    But hey, fans and the media have their own agendas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Ray19 View Post
    When the team is set up at the WR to transition to youth, ie. Hill and Kerley, but have Holmes on the team to help lead the unit, and they lose Holmes early, that's big.

    And it's not just the loss of Revis and Holmes.

    The TE position has been in flux all year, so has RB with injuries to depth beyond Greene, that was equally as big. It started in camp when they lost Baker, I'm convinced he was going to be a big part of the offense. They had to replace their start FB due to ineffectiveness with a guy on the waiver wire.

    What other teams have overcome injury that you're referring to?

    Lose a player the calliber of Revis, that has a huge impact to the confidence and swagger of a team, it is the same if the Pats lose Brady, we will soon see it in Pittsburgh with the loss of Rothlesberger. We saw it last year with the loss of Schaub in Houston.

    Sanchez hasn't progressed like we were all hoping and expecting, and much of that has been due to continuous roster turnover and now injuries this year at all 3 skill position areas on the team and at various layers of depth.
    You've lost it entirely Ray. Are you really comparing losing a CB, albeit the best CB in the league, to losing a starting QB, like Brady, Rothlesberger or Shaub?

    You blame the officiating, the injuries, the youth, everything but the real issue. The Jets simply don't have much talent at the skill positions, and they misuse and can't develop the little talent that is there. For that you should be blaming Tanny and Rex.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Ray19 View Post
    Just STFU and stick with what you do best, creep on women that are old enough to be your grandaughter.
    You keep projecting, Ray. So far, you've admitted to us that you beat off to internet porn and stalk young women, possibly underaged (I've taken the liberty of sharing your IP address with Interpol.). Hope you didn't make any comments about others sucking off guys at truck stops or rest rooms in our national parks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Ray19 View Post


    It's amazing nobody has acknowledged this, it's clear Sanchez was looking to slide in whatever crease he could find, but as he was going into that sliding motion, Moore is pushed back into him, which esentially renders Sanchez in a defenseless position, it's really not surprising why the play ended up the way that he did. The REAL mistake on that play is Sanchez turning the wrong way on the handoff, or the RB running the wrong play.

    But hey, fans and the media have their own agendas.
    Sanchez shouldn't have run anywhere near Moore. Sanchez panicked and had no clue as to where he was going or what he was doing. He should have done one of two things. Either throw the ball away or slide to the ground. He had no business trying to find any crease when the play wasn't designed for him to run. He's not Cam Newton.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GuidoYaztremski View Post
    You've lost it entirely Ray. Are you really comparing losing a CB, albeit the best CB in the league, to losing a starting QB, like Brady, Rothlesberger or Shaub?

    You blame the officiating, the injuries, the youth, everything but the real issue. The Jets simply don't have much talent at the skill positions, and they misuse and can't develop the little talent that is there. For that you should be blaming Tanny and Rex.
    Our secondary has in fact played well without Revis.

    the LARGE GAPING weaknesses of the JETS have secondary way down the list.

    RahRah simply doesn't understand the management of a total team. Rex doesn't either so they are perfect together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by southparkcpa View Post
    Our secondary has in fact played well without Revis.

    the LARGE GAPING weaknesses of the JETS have secondary way down the list.

    RahRah simply doesn't understand the management of a total team. Rex doesn't either so they are perfect together.
    You don't understand ****, either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GuidoYaztremski View Post
    You've lost it entirely Ray. Are you really comparing losing a CB, albeit the best CB in the league, to losing a starting QB, like Brady, Rothlesberger or Shaub?

    You blame the officiating, the injuries, the youth, everything but the real issue. The Jets simply don't have much talent at the skill positions, and they misuse and can't develop the little talent that is there. For that you should be blaming Tanny and Rex.
    STFU troll

    I'm comparing losing key impact players on the team

    The Jets have talent at the skill positions, they lost their two best players for much of the season, only Keller has since returned, but they are still dealing with youth and transition at the same positions, it is one of my main arguments for many of Sanchez' struggles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jordy View Post
    Sanchez shouldn't have run anywhere near Moore. Sanchez panicked and had no clue as to where he was going or what he was doing. He should have done one of two things. Either throw the ball away or slide to the ground. He had no business trying to find any crease when the play wasn't designed for him to run. He's not Cam Newton.
    He panicked?

    No, it was a busted play that he tried to gain positive yardage, it was clearly a play where Moore was knocked into Sanchez as Sanchez was trying to slide in whatever crease he could find.

    He's not Cam Newton? Man, that is some amazing insight right there. Did you think of that one all by yourself?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Ray19 View Post
    You don't understand ****, either.
    LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borgoguy View Post
    You keep projecting, Ray. So far, you've admitted to us that you beat off to internet porn and stalk young women, possibly underaged (I've taken the liberty of sharing your IP address with Interpol.). Hope you didn't make any comments about others sucking off guys at truck stops or rest rooms in our national parks.
    I've admitted you're a toolbag who's claim to fame on this site is jerking off to grandkid aged porn!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Ray19 View Post
    He panicked?

    No, it was a busted play that he tried to gain positive yardage, it was clearly a play where Moore was knocked into Sanchez as Sanchez was trying to slide in whatever crease he could find.

    He's not Cam Newton? Man, that is some amazing insight right there. Did you think of that one all by yourself?
    Sanchez was not trying to slide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Ray19 View Post
    STFU troll

    I'm comparing losing key impact players on the team

    The Jets have talent at the skill positions, they lost their two best players for much of the season, only Keller has since returned, but they are still dealing with youth and transition at the same positions, it is one of my main arguments for many of Sanchez' struggles.
    Keller sucks, and Kerley would be an all pro on 75% of teams in the league by now if it werent for Mark Sanchez holding him back.

    Youth and transition......yes Ray, no other teams have these issues.

    Mark sucks ballsack. Embrace it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jordy View Post
    Sanchez was not trying to slide.
    He most certainly was sliding.

    The fact you think otherwise, says a lot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Ray19 View Post
    I've admitted you're a toolbag who's claim to fame on this site is jerking off to grandkid aged porn!
    The way I see it, you're the guy who's derailing this thread with personal attacks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Ray19 View Post
    I've admitted you're a toolbag who's claim to fame on this site is jerking off to grandkid aged porn!

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