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    David Harris is a Tackling Machine

    11 tackles, 3 assist. Now 4th in the NFL in total tackles (12 behind Lofton, 8 behind Willis, 2 behind Fletcher). Of the top 50 tacklers in the league Harris is leading with 3 1/2 sacks. Thank You David Harris!!!






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    This is all fine and dandy..but why on god's green earth was he covering welker

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    He lays the wood like no other.

    The hardest hitting player in the NFL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JamaicanJetFan View Post
    This is all fine and dandy..but why on god's green earth was he covering welker
    It's called being out-coached... or out-schemed.

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    this so-called "tackling machine" can't hold Mayo's jock-strap

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirtstar View Post
    this so-called "tackling machine" can't hold Mayo's jock-strap
    Holding jock-straps is what Brady's for FF...er Dirt.

    Besides I'm only experimenting how well an upbeat, optimistic thread can/may do after another disasterous loss.

    Mayo is the second coming of Christ though. He's like magic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Harris View Post
    He lays the wood like no other.

    The hardest hitting player in the NFL.

    Jets vs Pats 11/22/2009

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    Quote Originally Posted by Broadway Joe View Post

    Jets vs Pats 11/22/2009
    Is that Kerry Rhodes in the background getting pancaked?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFanTX View Post
    Is that Kerry Rhodes in the background getting pancaked?
    It's not #25 but he is in the #20's




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    Harris and Revis are sick. The rest of the d pretty much stinks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFanTX View Post
    Is that Kerry Rhodes in the background getting pancaked?
    unlikely.

    Rhodes is too "Hollywood" for pancakes.

    Belgian waffles, maybe.








    POSSIBLY.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirtstar View Post
    unlikely.

    Rhodes is too "Hollywood" for pancakes.

    Belgian waffles, maybe.








    POSSIBLY.
    No, I believe that's Holly Woods on her ass. I can smell vagina in that pic.

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    no its david strickland when he got destroyed by the offensive lineman on that screen play to welker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brol79 View Post
    no its david strickland when he got destroyed by the offensive lineman on that screen play to welker.
    Correct #27

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    Getting Revis and Harris was amazing...

    Revis is a once in a decade type of player and Harris is an EXCELLENT player.

    Gotta keep adding players like that. It's a shame that Gholston hasn't turned out to be anything.

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    Harris has been solid all season but I'm a little disappointed in Scott's play. He hasn't been making any impact plays but you can clearly see him jawing, pushing and mouthing off after every play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hatnlvr View Post
    Harris has been solid all season but I'm a little disappointed in Scott's play. He hasn't been making any impact plays but you can clearly see him jawing, pushing and mouthing off after every play.
    To the Jets defense, that is the mark of a truly dominant unit. Production and tangible results do not matter, but the amount of words you yell at the other team after they get 12 yards and the amount of Twitter posts you have after a 17 point loss are what really count. You could probably develop a whole new fantasy football game engine based on statistical metrics such as these.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetsfan1983 View Post
    Getting Revis and Harris was amazing...

    Revis is a once in a decade type of player and Harris is an EXCELLENT player.

    Gotta keep adding players like that. It's a shame that Gholston hasn't turned out to be anything.
    Agreed. But its also just as important to draft guys in the middle rounds that are solid but unspectacular that enables you to have some depth once other guys go down. Having 4 super starts and 7 JAGs on a unit doesn't get you very far.

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    hey numby, did you see your boy cindy make the roughing motion when scott leveled him after he threw the ball? or how about when he threw a hissy when his boy faulk trapped the ball? i mean your boy brady is just a little pu@@y.

    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFanTX View Post
    Is that Kerry Rhodes in the background getting pancaked?

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    c'mon. you know better than that. true they're not a dominant unit but they're playing well enough d that the team record could be much better. look at cincy. think their d has suddenly gotten better since last year? how about because palmer and the offense are playing much better? think the patsie d is any good? they couldn't hold a lead against manning and if the jets qb didn't throw so many picks they may not have been able to hold it yesterday. it's all about how one team relies on the other to be competent enough. right now the offense isn't doing its job and the record shows.

    Quote Originally Posted by SUJets1988 View Post
    To the Jets defense, that is the mark of a truly dominant unit. Production and tangible results do not matter, but the amount of words you yell at the other team after they get 12 yards and the amount of Twitter posts you have after a 17 point loss are what really count. You could probably develop a whole new fantasy football game engine based on statistical metrics such as these.

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