I give him a ton of credit, he's playing better than he ever has before but he's been a mostly mediocre playoff performer until recently.
[QUOTE=TheJetsBlow;1064567263]Why do you guys indulge this Junc moron? He lives for it. Don't give him that satisfaction. Just laugh at him and point out the fact that he's a ****ing cartoon character with his bull**** arguments about Sanchez. His posts should be automatically stamped with the disclaimer "For Entertainment Purposes Only". His garbage doesn't deserve legit replies. He's a ****ing toon.[/QUOTE
] I couldnt agree with this more. For as long as I have been on this board that has been his thing. He will say anything to attempt to get a response, no matter how dumb it sounds, so he can get you to "argue" then regardless of what you say he will "win" that arguement.
I have seen him not only get owned on this message board but on his own team's message board as well. People credit him for sticking around but I don't why, he seems to love being the odd ball only so he can get to "argue".
He should just be looked at and laughed at. He dares to post things like he's more knowledgeable then everyone else. Yet, I still laugh at him when he said "barring injury, Sanchez will be the qb for the Jets for the next ten years". The way he twists things and uses stats when it'll benefit him and dismiss it when it doesn't.
He just sad to watch and read about, truly brings nothing of value to any board.
Do you not understand the fundamental fact that he has played in more games and has more tds and wins and hardware BECAUSE HE IS BETTER.
Most of this season he had Kerley, Schilens, Gates, Cumberalnd, reuland as his mani weapons not Torrey Smith, Boldin, Ray Rice, Pitts & Pierce.
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played in more playoff games than Rodgers- is he better?
http://sports.yahoo.com/news/nfl--ma...071137436.htmlWith that, Flacco now has three consecutive games in which he has posted a quarterback rating of better than 100.0. He had only done that once before in his career (2010 regular season), and had only an 86.3 rating for his career. Through three playoff games this season, he has eight touchdown passes and zero interceptions. He entered the playoffs with less than a 2-to-1 ratio for his entire career.
If that doesn't scream elite, well, what do you want?
Silly average fan that doesn't trust his eyes media fanboy.