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Thread: Glazer: Jets getting turned down for GM job, begging them them reconsider

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhinzN703 View Post
    I heard over the weekend that this NE team is the best group of offensive players they've ever had. It might have been on the pregame show but I don't remember. But since the Jets weren't playing this year's team, it was the team back then that was better.

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    You say this b/c Sanchez's numbers are ****. It's so funny to dismiss numbers as if they are made up and aren't a sum of a player's season.
    Interesting b/c they were w/o their best offensive weapon in gronk and they won 2 more games despite playing in a tougher division.

    Their D allowed less pts in 2010 and scored more. They were better in 2010 w/o a doubt.

    Quote Originally Posted by Vaark View Post
    In 09, Schaub beat NE, the Bengals (before they flatlined) and 2 8-8 teams: SF and TN for a legitimate 9-7 record in a division in a tougher division that season. It's hard to persuasively argue that this same QB couldn't have at least brought the Jest to 7-7 before the flagrant, embarrassing charity kicked in, let alone in the SD playoff game, not at the least stood aside watching Kaedig miss what were for him 2 chip shots while still doing better than completing less than half of his passes, throwing 1TD and 1Int, with a 60QBR and 101 yards. Very hard to believe indeed. Hell I have difficulty believing that game that Henne couldn't have done all of that and more.
    So it only counts if Jets opponents rest starters? you do know NE rested starters, right? Brian Hoyer came in during the 2nd qtr not midway through the 3rd like Indy did w/ their backups.

    Schaub led his O to ZERO pts against us in 2009, sanchez led his team to 24 pts AT Houston. If they beat us week 1 they don't miss the playoffs.

    have someone explain football to yuo so you don't keep posting such nonsense about the 2009 div rd game(and everything else).
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    Interesting b/c they were w/o their best offensive weapon in gronk and they won 2 more games despite playing in a tougher division.

    Their D allowed less pts in 2010 and scored more. They were better in 2010 w/o a doubt.
    Without Gronk in the playoff game?



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    Quote Originally Posted by PhinzN703 View Post
    Without Gronk in the playoff game?
    yeah, we compared them as far as the 2012 div rd team vs. the 2010 div rd team, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by nyjunc View Post
    yeah, we compared them as far as the 2012 div rd team vs. the 2010 div rd team, right?
    But Gronkowski got hurt during the game so what does his injury have to do with a pregame opinion that this is NE's best offensive team?
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    Interesting b/c they were w/o their best offensive weapon in gronk and they won 2 more games despite playing in a tougher division.

    Their D allowed less pts in 2010 and scored more. They were better in 2010 w/o a doubt.
    NE scored 557 points this year. They had 513 in 2011, 518 in 2010, and 427 in 2009. Their defense gave up 18 more points this year than in 2010 (not counting special teams/offensive TOs for TDs if there were any).

    They also had a point differential of +226 this year and scored the most pts in the league which was 76 more than Denver who finished second.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhinzN703 View Post
    NE scored 557 points this year. They had 513 in 2011, 518 in 2010, and 427 in 2009. Their defense gave up 18 more points this year than in 2010 (not counting special teams/offensive TOs for TDs if there were any).

    They also had a point differential of +226 this year and scored the most pts in the league which was 76 more than Denver who finished second.
    so O and D were close but they had no challenger in the division where they had one in 2010 and the AFC was much stronger in 2010. They also had a better record by 2 games, they went 6-1 against playoff bound teams in 2010 vs. 3-3 this year
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    Quote Originally Posted by nyjunc View Post
    Interesting b/c they were w/o their best offensive weapon in gronk and they won 2 more games despite playing in a tougher division.

    Their D allowed less pts in 2010 and scored more. They were better in 2010 w/o a doubt.




    So it only counts if Jets opponents rest starters? you do know NE rested starters, right? Brian Hoyer came in during the 2nd qtr not midway through the 3rd like Indy did w/ their backups.

    Schaub led his O to ZERO pts against us in 2009, sanchez led his team to 24 pts AT Houston. If they beat us week 1 they don't miss the playoffs.

    have someone explain football to yuo so you don't keep posting such nonsense about the 2009 div rd game(and everything else).

    You're actually complaining that a team putting in a a back up QB and replacement players is misleading and shouldn't be afforded credibility??? . LOLOLOL

    And oh, as to your "Fantasy Minutes" played, when the starters leave with a lead and play the subsequent game where they humiliate you 24-zero in the final 31 minutes, it doesn't matter when they left vs Hoyer - as the predictable outcome was cast for anyone not a homer.

    Hello games 15 and 16 09 with a special shoutout to Jim Irsay's BFF Curtis "QBR16" Painter.





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    You have an excuse for everything and I love how every writer is an idiot that doesn't subscribe to your homer ways.
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    Glazer: Jets getting turned down for GM job, begging them them reconsider

    You tell people they deflect, but can't answer a question, a very simple one...


    Who is a better qb overall, mark Sanchez or Matt schaub. Mind you, you already told us Sanchez is better then tony romo..

    Just one word answer, better qb, Sanchez or schaub
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    Quote Originally Posted by teemu7 View Post
    You tell people they deflect, but can't answer a question, a very simple one...


    Who is a better qb overall, mark Sanchez or Matt schaub. Mind you, you already told us Sanchez is better then tony romo..

    Just one word answer, better qb, Sanchez or schaub
    I answered it. Right now obviously it is Schaub but mark at his best in 2010 is better than Schaub at his peak, Scaub has gagged down the stretch every season and was pretty bad this postseason.
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