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    Quote Originally Posted by detjetsfan View Post
    Either that or his forearm which is made of glass. Honestly I don't care if one of our starters gets nailed for a suspension, the pats get a 50 yard penalty and we lose the game. Ending Gronk's season in 1 game will be satisfaction enuff.

    Go Tigers.

    Now I can get behind this!
    First sight of that roid raging idiot, launch a hat right into that forearm!

    And CRUSH Brady and take the 15. You'll get a penalty anyways, make it count!

    I prefer a MUCH harder bone-crushing version of the hit on Locker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hitman Harris View Post
    Now I can get behind this!
    First sight of that roid raging idiot, launch a hat right into that forearm!

    And CRUSH Brady and take the 15. You'll get a penalty anyways, make it count!
    Don't ya love how if any defender even breathes on Brady he gets frustrated and he yells at the refs for not calling a roughing the passer penalty? That's part of why the Giants have been the most succesful team facing Brady they can pressure with a 4 man rush - God forbid you blitz Tom Brady you will get penalized and Roger Goodell will be calling for your balls on a platter.


    Tom Brady forcefield rule

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    Quote Originally Posted by detjetsfan View Post
    Don't ya love how if any defender even breathes on Brady he gets frustrated and he yells at the refs for not calling a roughing the passer penalty? That's part of why the Giants have been the most succesful team facing Brady they can pressure with a 4 man rush - God forbid you blitz Tom Brady you will get penalized and Roger Goodell will be calling for your balls on a platter.


    Tom Brady forcefield rule
    It's making me sick of the NFL and I'm not the only one. A damn shame!
    Also the reason many will cheer when he gets that big hit that ends his career.
    Too bad Goodell won't be going put with him and Billy The Cheat

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hitman Harris View Post
    It's making me sick of the NFL and I'm not the only one. A damn shame!
    Also the reason many will cheer when he gets that big hit that ends his career.
    Too bad Goodell won't be going put with him and Billy The Cheat

    Unfortunately, the statistics don't support much of anything that you are griping about. Thinking Brady is a whiny ***** is one thing but your non stop griping about preferential calls and penalties borders on pathetic.

    http://msn.foxsports.com/nfl/story/s...vorites-092911

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    Sittown, bltch

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottyM View Post
    Unfortunately, the statistics don't support much of anything that you are griping about. Thinking Brady is a whiny ***** is one thing but your non stop griping about preferential calls and penalties borders on pathetic.

    http://msn.foxsports.com/nfl/story/s...vorites-092911
    Cute link. A bunch of meaningless stats.
    Knowledgeable fans of football (any team) dont need stats to decipher when they can and have been using their own 2 eyes to see that the Pats get preferential treatment week in, week out, year in, year out for over a decade now.

    Ask fans of any team who gets bs calls more than any other team, and i think you would find a unanimous answer. And before you go there, no it doesnt have to do with team envy as your team has not won a *SB closing in on a decade now.

    GO JETS !!!!!

    #FreeTheKerley

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdJETSetter View Post
    Cute link. A bunch of meaningless stats.
    Knowledgeable fans of football (any team) dont need stats to decipher when they can and have been using their own 2 eyes to see that the Pats get preferential treatment week in, week out, year in, year out for over a decade now.

    Ask fans of any team who gets bs calls more than any other team, and i think you would find a unanimous answer. And before you go there, no it doesnt have to do with team envy as your team has not won a *SB closing in on a decade now.

    GO JETS !!!!!

    #FreeTheKerley
    HAHAHAHAHA..... Knowledgeable fans or kool aid drinking homer fans?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tai Mai Shu View Post
    HAHAHAHAHA..... Knowledgeable fans or kool aid drinking homer fans?
    Im an admitted sojf fan for the last 4 of my 27 years total rooting for the team. I scoff at the kool aid, and rebut it with my sojf viewpoints.

    OT: Is Homegrown fantasy still there a few blocks from Central station?
    Maoz used to offer up a hell of a felafel on the leidseplein.
    Last edited by sdJETSetter; 10-19-2013 at 08:52 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdJETSetter View Post
    Cute link. A bunch of meaningless stats.
    Knowledgeable fans of football (any team) dont need stats to decipher when they can and have been using their own 2 eyes to see that the Pats get preferential treatment week in, week out, year in, year out for over a decade now.

    Ask fans of any team who gets bs calls more than any other team, and i think you would find a unanimous answer. And before you go there, no it doesnt have to do with team envy as your team has not won a *SB closing in on a decade now.

    GO JETS !!!!!

    #FreeTheKerley
    You mean 100% EXACTLY AND DIRECTLY MEANINGFUL stats that refute the point you are trying to make that Brady gets more calls than others. Yeah, it doesn't really help your whiney agenda, does it?


    Quarterback Calls per
    100 passes

    1.J. Campbell 1.46
    2.J. Cutler 1.28
    3.C. McCoy 1.20
    4.J. Clausen 1.00
    5.S. Bradford 1.00
    6.K. Orton 0.99
    7.M. Stafford 0.93
    8.R. Fitzpatrick 0.91
    9.M. Vick 0.88
    10.M. Cassel 0.75
    11.D. McNabb 0.72
    12.S. Hill 0.72
    13.C. Palmer 0.68
    14.C. Henne 0.67
    15.D. Anderson 0.61
    16.J. Kitna 0.61
    17.P. Rivers 0.60
    18.M. Ryan 0.58
    19.K. Collins 0.53
    20.A. Rodgers 0.52
    21.D. Brees 0.51
    22.A. Smith 0.48
    23.R. Grossman 0.40
    24.M. Sanchez 0.32
    25.B. Favre 0.28
    26.B. Roethlisberger 0.20
    27.M. Hasselbeck 0.18
    28.J. Freeman 0.17
    29.E. Manning 0.16
    30.T. Brady 0.16
    31.M. Schaub 0.15
    32.P. Manning 0.15
    33.D. Garrard 0.00
    34.J. Flacco 0.00
    35.K. Kolb 0.00
    36.T. Romo 0.00
    37.Other* 0.73
    *Quarterbacks with fewer than 200 attempts are included in 'Other'

    In reality neither Brady nor Manning are nowhere near the top 10. Maybe because....they don't need it? Looks to me like the refs throw out more bones to the scrubs more often than not.
    Last edited by ytfootballfan; 10-20-2013 at 12:40 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ytfootballfan View Post
    You mean 100% EXACTLY AND DIRECTLY MEANINGFUL stats that refute the point you are trying to make that Brady gets more calls than others. Yeah, it doesn't really help your whiney agenda, does it?


    Quarterback Calls per
    100 passes

    1.J. Campbell 1.46
    2.J. Cutler 1.28
    3.C. McCoy 1.20
    4.J. Clausen 1.00
    5.S. Bradford 1.00
    6.K. Orton 0.99
    7.M. Stafford 0.93
    8.R. Fitzpatrick 0.91
    9.M. Vick 0.88
    10.M. Cassel 0.75
    11.D. McNabb 0.72
    12.S. Hill 0.72
    13.C. Palmer 0.68
    14.C. Henne 0.67
    15.D. Anderson 0.61
    16.J. Kitna 0.61
    17.P. Rivers 0.60
    18.M. Ryan 0.58
    19.K. Collins 0.53
    20.A. Rodgers 0.52
    21.D. Brees 0.51
    22.A. Smith 0.48
    23.R. Grossman 0.40
    24.M. Sanchez 0.32
    25.B. Favre 0.28
    26.B. Roethlisberger 0.20
    27.M. Hasselbeck 0.18
    28.J. Freeman 0.17
    29.E. Manning 0.16
    30.T. Brady 0.16
    31.M. Schaub 0.15
    32.P. Manning 0.15
    33.D. Garrard 0.00
    34.J. Flacco 0.00
    35.K. Kolb 0.00
    36.T. Romo 0.00
    37.Other* 0.73
    *Quarterbacks with fewer than 200 attempts are included in 'Other'

    In reality neither Brady nor Manning are nowhere near the top 10. Maybe because....they don't need it? Looks to me like the refs throw out more bones to the scrubs more often than not.
    I understand your stats, but we're talking the last decade.



    When the Jets' QBs start getting calls like that, and DON'T act like Brady does in the video, then I'll think your point is valid. Until then, get ours.

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    It's also just as much about NOT getting calls... But why would a Patsfan* ever understand something like that?!

    (only every other football fan in the world can see the effects, but they're all just jealous...that's it!)

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    Whose knees or head is more important to the NFL right now? Brady's or Peyton's?

    Goodell has a hitman who asks which to take out, right now- who goes?
    Last edited by ASG0531; 10-20-2013 at 03:31 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ASG0531 View Post
    Whose knees or head is more important to the NFL right now? Brady's or Peyton's?

    Goodell has a hitman who asks which to take out, right now- who goes?
    Hernandez is in jail... So PatDell is a Hitman short. Maybe Allib Taquib has taken Aaron's place? TBD.

    Peyton Manning is by FAR a more important QB than Brady. Not even close.

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    Quote Originally Posted by detjetsfan View Post
    Don't ya love how if any defender even breathes on Brady he gets frustrated and he yells at the refs for not calling a roughing the passer penalty? That's part of why the Giants have been the most succesful team facing Brady they can pressure with a 4 man rush - God forbid you blitz Tom Brady you will get penalized and Roger Goodell will be calling for your balls on a platter.


    Tom Brady forcefield rule
    Quote Originally Posted by Hitman Harris View Post
    It's making me sick of the NFL and I'm not the only one. A damn shame!
    Also the reason many will cheer when he gets that big hit that ends his career.
    Too bad Goodell won't be going put with him and Billy The Cheat
    Quote Originally Posted by sdJETSetter View Post
    Cute link. A bunch of meaningless stats.
    Knowledgeable fans of football (any team) dont need stats to decipher when they can and have been using their own 2 eyes to see that the Pats get preferential treatment week in, week out, year in, year out for over a decade now.

    Ask fans of any team who gets bs calls more than any other team, and i think you would find a unanimous answer. And before you go there, no it doesnt have to do with team envy as your team has not won a *SB closing in on a decade now.

    GO JETS !!!!!

    #FreeTheKerley

    Break out the box of Kleenex. Better yet, make that two boxes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stanner View Post
    I like that one, but think it would effect the salary cap too much. Sign me
    up for the train amputation one.

    Sent from my EVO using Tapatalk
    That's probably the right choice. It might take a train to derail Gronk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redrew View Post
    For 6 games, teams haven't had to cover a Pats TE...now they do. With Gronk on the field, he will attract S coverage between the hash marks which will create space for their young WRs on the edges. In case you haven't watched....the rookie WRs have no problem getting open....just catching the ball. I can easily see Brady featuring the deep ball on Sunday. Catching the deep ball is a different story.
    Or
    Belichick may limit Gronk's snaps to red zone situations. The Pats have been wretched in the red Zone with out the greatest red zone target in the league. I'm giving NE +4 points (TD vs a FG) just because of Gronk.
    That's a pretty good take on things, except that Brady doesn't throw those deep sideline passes as well as you might think. He seems to favor the middle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by detjetsfan View Post
    Go Tigers.
    I thought I saw LSU making a comeback yesterday, but I didn't catch the final.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetsCrazey View Post
    well, there goes any shot we had
    A real die hard Jets fan eh! Ever hear: Don't Give Up The Ship?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tai Mai Shu View Post
    HAHAHAHAHA..... Knowledgeable fans or kool aid drinking homer fans?
    I'd like a stat for the percentage of your posts that consist basically of this same childish laughter. Your basically just a fool aren't you? I have no idea why you're still here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ytfootballfan View Post
    You mean 100% EXACTLY AND DIRECTLY MEANINGFUL stats that refute the point you are trying to make that Brady gets more calls than others. Yeah, it doesn't really help your whiney agenda, does it?


    Quarterback Calls per
    100 passes

    1.J. Campbell 1.46
    2.J. Cutler 1.28
    3.C. McCoy 1.20
    4.J. Clausen 1.00
    5.S. Bradford 1.00
    6.K. Orton 0.99
    7.M. Stafford 0.93
    8.R. Fitzpatrick 0.91
    9.M. Vick 0.88
    10.M. Cassel 0.75
    11.D. McNabb 0.72
    12.S. Hill 0.72
    13.C. Palmer 0.68
    14.C. Henne 0.67
    15.D. Anderson 0.61
    16.J. Kitna 0.61
    17.P. Rivers 0.60
    18.M. Ryan 0.58
    19.K. Collins 0.53
    20.A. Rodgers 0.52
    21.D. Brees 0.51
    22.A. Smith 0.48
    23.R. Grossman 0.40
    24.M. Sanchez 0.32
    25.B. Favre 0.28
    26.B. Roethlisberger 0.20
    27.M. Hasselbeck 0.18
    28.J. Freeman 0.17
    29.E. Manning 0.16
    30.T. Brady 0.16
    31.M. Schaub 0.15
    32.P. Manning 0.15
    33.D. Garrard 0.00
    34.J. Flacco 0.00
    35.K. Kolb 0.00
    36.T. Romo 0.00
    37.Other* 0.73
    *Quarterbacks with fewer than 200 attempts are included in 'Other'

    In reality neither Brady nor Manning are nowhere near the top 10. Maybe because....they don't need it? Looks to me like the refs throw out more bones to the scrubs more often than not.
    The only stat that would mean anything is the percentage of times hit to the percentage of calls. Not calls per attempt. Brady hardly ever gets hit since they hold on every play, and he gets the ball out quickly. This stat is meaningless.

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