What excuse did I make for Miller? 2 quarters? Did you read my post Junc?
JunC still thinks Mark Sanchez is a viable option at QB. That's seriously all that needs to be said.
What did I make up?
That you defend a mediocre HC who pimps his flatback wife as merely a matter between consulting adults instead of moral turpitude that's a bad reflection on the jest?
That you blamed Reggie, who had a bounty on him and was taken out by your steroided-up safety for observing that Karma reared its inevitable head in putting Revis down in a freak injury?
That you blamed Alossi when he was standing in a tight cordon of Asst coaches 5 feet from Rex instead of acknowledging that this was a jest organized Tripgate infraction?
That you never acknowledged that Brian Cushing's season ended on a questionable call by one of your OL bozos?
That you excused sexual harrassment of a sexy mexican reporter by the jest including Rex as a non issue since she never complained (being the blind homer you are that didn't realize her making an issue of it would render her persona non grata with the team when it came to doing her job properly?
That you never took part of the front office to task for trying to pimp one of their own female employees for your diva QB?
I can go on and on but off the top of my head this should suffice as I've already permitted you to interject yourself into a thread where you don't belong and no one gives a flying **** what a notoriously blind homer thinks. Goodbye Troll
geno and idzik have done the impossible: make jets fans wish the tanny/sanchez days were here again > Darksider, Jetnation
By the way that mediocre HC has more playoff wins than your franchise from 1995-2012 and he can do what he wants in the privacy of his home.
I blamed Alosi b/c he did it and we took immediate action unlike Miami and all their problems like when you wanted the Jets to suspend Braylon for his DUI(which they did for a qtr) yet didn't want Miami to take any action against their TWO players arrested for DUI that same year. By the way, I said Braylon should have been suspended.
I didn't blame Reggie, it just shows the "class" you guys talk about, he was happy, like you, that revis got hurt. That's sad.
I don't recall if I discussed the Cushing play or not, what does this have to do w/ anything? plays happen in football, you think our OL was intentionally trying to hurt him?
The reporter herself said it was all in fun, I am supposed to listen to the PC police over the woman herself?
Whoever helped Favre was wrong, it was not a high level person in the organization and I hope that person was let go.
You can go on and on and not pull up one legitimate example as always but please keep making things up.
-Dan MarinoI just try to be myself, whatever that is. I don't think about how I'll be remembered. I just want to be consistent over a long period of time. That's what the great players do.
To NYJunc I grew up in Jersey. I have watched the Jets since they played out in Flushing Meadows. With exception of a few scant years of being good, the entire organization has sucked from day one. When you moved to Jersey I almost puked. Loved watching you guys play in GIANTS stadium before the new one was built. Must have been nice to be the step child of New Jersey eh ?
Listen we are all sports fans but your team has always sucked, sucks now and always will suck. Each year they have GREAT EXPECTATIONS for the Jets and each and every year they simply blow. look up your own history, look it up. Its morbid. LOL
Just watched last nights total access and Rapoport said the NFL is looking at this as a non-football act, don't know what that means exactly but it sounds to me like its more serious than just a dirty hit within the game, it sounds more like they're looking at it as if was a criminal act. I expect they'll dish out something much more severe than a preseason suspension..
Good but only one regular season game..
http://goo.gl/d0pKsRThe NFL will suspend Texans defensive end Antonio Smith for one regular-season game and Houston's remaining two preseason games for forcibly removing the helmet of Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Richie Incognito and then dangerously swinging it at his face, a league source told ESPN.