But then again, what do you expect from someone who TGG members disgustingly tell to stop with his blind homerism already, considering that's the most homeristic jets board of the 3. Too funny
you don't know a thing about me, unlike you I don't try to pretend to be someone I am not. You have 15K posts in 5 years, I have 23K in 8 years- who posts more per day? It's comical that you counted how many posts I made on a particular day. Your obsession w/ me is unhealthy. You follow me on various bords, count my posts. if you only put that much time into learning this gam we could have an intelligent football discussion. You are a small, bitter, angry man. I truly feel bad for you, I hope you can get help.
you are a sick obsessive compulsive homer - but I'm not stating anything anyone on here isn't fully aware of. My posts are on my team's board. What's more pathetic than all your posts, most of them being free rides before i shamed you into supporting the site, is that they are on an enemy team's board and the overwhelming majority of them are OCD attempts to get the last word in when the jest are presented in a realistic light. Double those posts with what you do on TGG and it's a wonder you have any time at all to sweep up the storeroom floors while your boss is away.
You guys are both starting to get annoying.
I love this quote from a guy who knows about QB play, Phil Simms. From a Q&A:
http://www.nypost.com/p/sports/jets/...m_content=JetsQ: They didn’t need him to do much, but did you walk away impressed with Mark Sanchez, though he threw for just 82 yards?
A: I thought Mark Sanchez had thrown for about 170 yards. I was shocked the numbers weren’t bigger when I looked at the stat sheet. He played very well, if a play was there to be made, he made it, and he also created a couple, too. That’s what you ask of a quarterback. But in two weeks if things don’t go well, his game against the Colts will be viewed as a big negative because it’ll be, ‘oh, he just threw for 82 yards.’
[QUOTE=nyjunc;1064465902]I love this quote from a guy who knows about QB play, Phil Simms. From a Q&A:
"Q: They didn’t need him to do much, and it's a good thing because lets be real, Mark Sanchez flat out sucks, he threw for just 82 yards?
A: I thought Mark Sanchez had thrown for about 170 yards. I was shocked the numbers weren’t bigger when I looked at the stat sheet. He played about as well as he can, which isn't saying much, if he had played any team that had more than 2 wins last year he would have been benched. When it comes to NFL QB's only this dirty Taco is completeing less than 50% of pass attempts. That’s not what you ask of a top 5 pick going into his 4th year as a starting quarterback i. But in two weeks when things still aren't going well, his game against the Colts will be viewed as the big negative it is because he just threw for 82 yards, and completed less than 50% of ihs passes against one of the worst teams in the league."
I have to agree with all of this.
Angry Deniers. A bunch of agenda-driven whiny clowns whose sole mission is to deny anything good that Tannehill has done and deny anything bad that the "gods of quarterbacks" have done.
I was just browsing over at Gang Green and saw this gem in a thread where a certain someone is trying to defend Mark Sanchez from other Jets fans:
you might say a pass is overthrown while junc might say the receiver should have brought a ladder with him so he could climb up and catch teh ball.
"Society became divided into camps in which no man trusted his fellow. To put an end to this, there was neither promise to be depended upon, nor oath that could command respect; but all parties dwelling rather in their calculation upon the hopelessness of a permanent state of things, were more intent upon self-defence than capable of confidence." - Thucydides, probably predicting the rise of internet message boards