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    Quote Originally Posted by regen View Post
    Nice try, but I've been going to every home game since '68 except for weddings, funerals and births. If you aren't man-loving a blow-up doll with Wes Welker's head pasted on you're lubing it up for the Vince Wilfork strap-on your step dad is pounding you with during time-outs. Go back to the basement, you pillow-biting, Wilfork-loving, Woodhead-blowing manwhore. Oh, and I'd be happy to miss a game if they hold your probation hearing for possession of kiddie porn if the courts were open on a Sunday, you sicko Belisuck fetishist. Take a Midol and go to bed before step dad breaks out the strap-on. Again.

    Every home game since '68, impossible, more like '69 for you, you haven't missed an afterbirth let alone a birth, your ankle bracelet prevents you from leaving your Mom's closet where you spend days wearing her I Cant Believe It's A Girdle girdle, painting your Lee Press-On Toe Nails while spinning show tunes and Judy Garland records and watching Wendy Williams while eating jalapeno pork rinds. I'm sure your "Dad" (aka your brother Zeke) ran away from home long before because the shame of performing your hermaphroditic dual circumcisions with only his impacted wisdom teeth and a bottle of screwtop Yago Sant'gria wine for anaesthetic was too much to bear.

    I don't think you've paid for a game since you were one of the Con Edison kids, watching the game from a glory hole behind the Shea scoreboard doesn't count. I may have seen you around there though. Or was it 12th Avenue near the Circle Line?

    I'd bet you were one of the pimply human snails behind the Shea concession stands wearing a hairnet fishnets Maybelline lashes and Cover Girl, hearing the crowd boo behind your back sort of counts as game attendance, you must have been the one selling the megaphones with stale popcorn left over from the Army game the month before and cold hot chocolate while flossing your rotten teeth with the choicest, curliest ball hair you slurped up off the floor with a Crazy Straw when the toilets overflowed them off the seats, which was every game. Selling the cold, burnt jaw-breaking pretzels from a dented Bohack shopping cart afterwards too.

    Enduring all slings and arrows for the the day the tips and pennies your scrimped and saved woud fund the day you became a real woman instead of merely tucking your undersized mutated junk in your skeevy skivvies. Flashing us on the spirals with your phony fun bags is now but a distant mammary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Traitor Jay & the Woodies View Post
    At least Walton knew when to pull the plug on a QB if he thought it would help get a win. Pulling Ken O'Brien and starting Pat Ryan at the end of the 1986 season was one of the ballsiest, all-time great moves by a coach. Almost got us to the superbowl.
    Remeber KOBs tears on the radio? Walton's hand was forced; kob was done

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    This thread took a weird turn ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maury77 View Post
    This thread took a weird turn ...
    I agree

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I View Post
    X-Rex

    Saw it the other night at the Patriots debacle. It works.

    SAR I
    A little twist.

    "Make Rex X"

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    Quote Originally Posted by regen View Post
    This is a well- known scenario to any veteran Jets fan. A coach who had early success, no matter how tenuous, is given a long leash and fired only after he's tested a rich, dumb*ss owner's patience way past the breaking point of us fans, whether it's Hess or Woody.

    Rex will be back next year even if the team ends up 4-12, short of him giving the finger to a camera during a game. After all, Walton got away with picking his nose on national TV for years. As Marx observed, history repeats itself as history and then farce. And, yes, that makes me a commie, especially when you throw in my opposition to the corporate socialism known as PSLs.
    Walton had much more talented teams that underachieved. The talent level on this team, including the QB, stinks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetsFanatic View Post
    Walton had much more talented teams that underachieved. The talent level on this team, including the QB, stinks.
    +1
    Walton had walker, mcneil, toon, schuler, hector, and obrien on offense and lyons, klecko, gastineau, and mehl on defense. All were pro bowl type players. The fact that he only had one playoff win is telling as to what a disgrace of a coach nosepicker joe was.

    Coslet on the other hand had little talent. Still, he was a terrible coach, never had more than 8 wins in a seaso and got lucky his 2 nd year where 8-8 wasgood enough to get into the playoffs.

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    Walton inherited far superior talent than what Rex was handed in 2009. And that is the point. I am no Rex fan, but this is a front office issue. If Woody just puts a band-aid on this by bringing in some low level personnel guy to hold Tanny's hand, he's done nothing. In fact, that's exactly what he did the last time. Terry Bradway wasn't fired, he is still here wreaking havoc. We just have another guy with the GM title. Let's keep retaining inferior talent evaluators while selling it to the fans as change. That will clearly work.

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    What goes around comes around if your a Jet Fan. Like someone said in another post it's like the movie Groundhog Day. For those that have been around for a few cycles, I'm surprised there wasn't an inflatable pumpkin bouncing around the other night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kennyo7 View Post
    +1
    Walton had walker, mcneil, toon, schuler, hector, and obrien on offense and lyons, klecko, gastineau, and mehl on defense. All were pro bowl type players. The fact that he only had one playoff win is telling as to what a disgrace of a coach nosepicker joe was.

    Coslet on the other hand had little talent. Still, he was a terrible coach, never had more than 8 wins in a seaso and got lucky his 2 nd year where 8-8 wasgood enough to get into the playoffs.
    REX on the other hand had TONS of talent. Still, he is a deer in the headlights coach, in 2009 was LUCKY to have had more than 8 wins and got lucky one good year from a team and then disemboweled it.

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    Rex is more in line with Rich Kotite. He has lost the team and keeps saying the same dumb things after each game. When you keep doing the same thing and expect a different result is the definition of insanity.

    Jets fans its time to break out your paper bags and keep it simple with signs that say "FIRE REX" or/and "Fire TannanBUM"

    This is one of the worst Jets teams I have seen in a long time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I View Post
    If it's clear to us that Rex lost the team last year and this year, it's clear to Woody Johnson too.

    We're 0-12 against teams that end the year with winning records since our stunning victory over the Patriots in the 2010 playoffs. That doesn't go unnoticed.

    SAR I
    So who are you hiring for 2013 then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetsFanatic View Post
    Walton had much more talented teams that underachieved. The talent level on this team, including the QB, stinks.
    Thank you.

    I dont even replie to some foolish posts who say things without knowing what they are talking about anymore.

    One poster told me on a thread that this current Jets team was the most talented team they have had over the last 35 to 40 years..... Insanity...
    Last edited by Charlie Brown; 11-25-2012 at 09:30 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sufferingjetsfan View Post
    Rex is more in line with Rich Kotite. He has lost the team and keeps saying the same dumb things after each game. When you keep doing the same thing and expect a different result is the definition of insanity.

    Jets fans its time to break out your paper bags and keep it simple with signs that say "FIRE REX" or/and "Fire TannanBUM"

    This is one of the worst Jets teams I have seen in a long time.
    Kotite went 3-13 and 1-15 how does that compare Rex with Kotite?? I agree his not sitting Sanchez is stupid but no way is that comparison valid..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Savage69 View Post
    Kotite went 3-13 and 1-15 how does that compare Rex with Kotite?? I agree his not sitting Sanchez is stupid but no way is that comparison valid..
    Its no secret Rex has lost the locker room. However, its has not been since the kotite era the Jets had this much locker room drama. Where books such as "Give me the dawm ball" come out.

    Rex sounds just like Kotite after a game. (LOST)

    Rex will not make changes for whatever reason. He is stubborn and not a leader. Similar to Kottite. The jets only have 2 more Wins in them MAX! The team is lost and there is no recovery. A 5-11 season is in line with a 3-13 season.

    I wish Rex would step down as Kotite did and do us all a favor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warfish View Post
    So who are you hiring for 2013 then?

    I know the question wasn't directed to me, but I'll take it anyway. My first call would be to Bill Cowher. I'm ready to hand him the keys and let him bring in his own personnel guy. I doubt he'd come because he's too smart to work for Woody, but he has to be the first call.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warfish View Post
    So who are you hiring for 2013 then?
    My candidates would include:

    Bill Cowher
    Joe Vitt
    Jon Gruden
    Mike Zimmer
    Eric Mangini
    Todd Haley
    The Notre Dame coach

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisjets23 View Post
    "Joe must go" "Cut Bruce loose" ....what's the slogan going to be for Rex?
    "Break the 44 year hex. Fire Rex."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warfish View Post
    So who are you hiring for 2013 then?
    Don't you remember?

    SAR thinks we can "throw a truck load of cash" at Bill Belichick and lure him here even though we don't have a franchise QB and we have an owner who is the biggest reason why Beli resigned as coach here in the first place.

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    Never saw anyone lose a team like Pete Carrol after Marino's fake spike. They just quit on him and his rah-rah college shtick after that game. Spit the bit, to quote Steinbrenner.

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