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Thread: Eli Manning Quotes on ESPN Coverage of Jets Camp

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    Quote Originally Posted by nyjunc View Post
    What happens when that doesn't happen?
    probably the same thing that happened over the last 9 games of the season where the Baghdad Bob of FH was pulling out all sorts of BS stops to explain why the Fins were appreciably better than the 4-5 Jest.







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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaark View Post
    Mark Sanchez "back to normal" is equivalent of Kyle Boller having a banner year. Yeah right; Woody called him, slobbered on himself over the idea of bringing him in but unlike the interaction with the Fins, Peyton wanted nothing to do with that three ring freak circus in Jersey. As actions speak louder than words, obviously by not even giving your legacy owner who never worked a day in his life even the courtesy of a call back, Peyton told the jest "eff you" I'm not gonna be your next clown"
    If memory serves the Jets were one of the earliest teams linked to wanting Manning's services. I think even before the season was over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nyjunc View Post
    What happens when that doesn't happen?
    I guess I'll wake up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DisturbedShifty View Post
    If memory serves the Jets were one of the earliest teams linked to wanting Manning's services. I think even before the season was over.

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    Can't be true.

    Mark Sanchez is too good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaark View Post
    Mark Sanchez "back to normal" is equivalent of Kyle Boller having a banner year. Yeah right; Woody called him, slobbered on himself over the idea of bringing him in but unlike the interaction with the Fins, Peyton wanted nothing to do with that three ring freak circus in Jersey. As actions speak louder than words, obviously by not even giving your legacy owner who never worked a day in his life even the courtesy of a call back, Peyton told the jest "eff you" I'm not gonna be your next clown"
    Mark Sanchez has more playoff wins in 3 seasons as a starting QB than the Dolphin franchise 1995-2011.


    Use some common sense for once, the Jets were never going after Peyton. They were working on an extension w/ sanchez for a while, they hired Tony Sparano as OC when we had Peyton's former OC on staff. Some common sense please.

    Quote Originally Posted by DisturbedShifty View Post
    If memory serves the Jets were one of the earliest teams linked to wanting Manning's services. I think even before the season was over.

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    Your memory would be incorrect, there was media speculation. The jets were nevers erious about Peyton, all you have to do is see who they hired as OC. Do you really think they thought they could get Peyton then hired Tony Sparano as OC?
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    Quote Originally Posted by nyjunc View Post

    Your memory would be incorrect, there was media speculation. The jets were nevers erious about Peyton, all you have to do is see who they hired as OC. Do you really think they thought they could get Peyton then hired Tony Sparano as OC?
    Good point. Why get a real NFL QB to play for a, now offensive coordinator, who prefers running a college style offense. My bad.



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    Quote Originally Posted by nyjunc View Post
    It's magnified here w/ this team and specifically Rex.
    It would be interesting to see Rex Ryan coaching the Seahawks. I wonder if they'd get the same publicity.



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    Quote Originally Posted by nyjunc View Post
    What happens when that doesn't happen?
    The same as how it is now. You'll say it was a fluke or that you expect them to be better next year while still mentioning 2009 and 2010.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhinzN703 View Post
    It would be interesting to see Rex Ryan coaching the Seahawks. I wonder if they'd get the same publicity.
    I think he'd get attention no matter where he was coaching.

    Quote Originally Posted by PhinzN703 View Post
    The same as how it is now. You'll say it was a fluke or that you expect them to be better next year while still mentioning 2009 and 2010.
    2 years isn't a fluke, right now it's 2 of 3 years in the title game and one "bad" year at 8-8. If they have another 8-8 or worse season then it's not a fluke.
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    the Jets get more sportscenter/1st Take coverage so apparently they are better. lmao
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    Quote Originally Posted by nyjunc View Post
    Eli is just jealous b/c no one cares about him even though he's won 2 SB MVPs, maybe if he was an elite QB he'd get more coverage?

    mad dog: it could be worse, the Jets could have turned them down and ESPN could be doing a show about the dolphins like w/ HBO.
    Sanchez and Tebow are way more elite.
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