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Beezer34 last won the day on June 17 2015

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  1. 2017 Miami Dolphins thread

    MD, what's your take on Cutler for next season? What is he, 6-5 this year? Still only 34 years old. He had a tough start, but you would agree it was going to take him some time to get acclimated with the offense. Thoughts?
  2. 2017 JETS

    Think about this for a second: The Jets have lost 6 of their last 8 games, after starting the season 3-2. For all the platitudes the talking heads were giving Bowles early in the year, suggesting he deserved a contract extension.. just what exactly has happened this season that would inspire the front office to bring this joke back for a 4th season? He's lost 20 of his last 29 games as a Head Coach, with the same discrepancies that plagued him his entire career. The defense (which was supposed to be his M.O.) has dropped from 11th last season, to 21st this season. There still remains disciplinary issues among the players. He continues to get out-coached each and every week. His time management is worse than Herm.. and we're all but guaranteed to finish 5-11 for a second season. -- At this point, bringing back Rex would be the equivalent to the Devils bringing back Lemaire in 2011. Actually, if a couple things break right for the Jets.. we could be looking at a Top 5 draft pick. There are currently only 8 teams with fewer wins than the Jets.. 4 of which with only a game that separates us. It would take a great deal of good fortune (and obviously the Jets to lose out) but it is possible that we could have the 5th. There are 5 QB's projected to go in the 1st from the majority of mocks. Josh Rosen, Baker Mayfield, Sam Darnold, Lamar Jackson, Josh Allen. Assuming all of them come out.. it is still very likely the Jets can grab a QB from this draft, and continue their plan from July. From everything I have been hearing, Petty looked absolutely awful on Sunday. I haven't watched a Jets game since Week 4 of last season under protest, so I can't say for sure. What does this say for Hackenberg? --a second round pick, who can't even get on the field against a 4th round guy, who looks absolutely terrible. This entire administration has got to go.
  3. NFL Week 13

    You know what.... between 2012 & 2013, I saw Rex Ryan coach David Harris, Bart Scott, Calvin Pace, Mo Wilkerson, Sheldon Richardson, Snacks Harrison, Demario Davis, LaRon Landry, Yeremiah Bell, Antonio Cromartie, Darrelle Revis, and Ed Reed. And those 2 teams went 14-16 respectfully. How much did that have to do with Mark Sanchez, Greg McElroy, Tim Tebow, Matt Simms and Geno Smith being the guys those two seasons.. versus who was playing on defense? If this league has shown you anything, it's that it is STILL a quarterback league. The Jets haven't had a legitamate one since Brett Favre ten years ago. If this team collectively is good enough to be 5-7 currently, with a dogsh!t QB like McCown.. give me Eli Manning, and I will worry about the defense another time. I don't see them leapfrogging the Giants.. but I do see them acquiring Eli. The way the NCAA is progressing this year, the Jets could stay pat when they draft @ 12-14, and take that kid Allen. Eli would probably need a guarantee from a team that he would be "the guy" for at least the 2018 season. The Jets could offer that to him. Get Eli in here.. draft Allen.. have him sit behind Eli and learn.. and go from there. I don't know if it's avoidable at this time bro. I don't buy the whole "waive his trade clause" bullsh!t. Eli has done too much for that organization for them to trade him. I could see them granting his release and calling it a mutual parting of the ways. Give the man enough dignity to pick his next team. -- If that happens.. I honestly can't see him wanting to leave this area
  4. Devils aquire Sami Vatanen for Henrique + Blandisi + '18 3rd

    Sometimes that's all it takes my friend. For me.. the man single-handedly exonerated 94. That alone was enough to earn him a lifetime of loyalty. Add in an additional 8 seasons of service, and you get a luminary.. in what has otherwise been (outside of 2012) some hard times for this franchise. You will be missed Rico.
  5. NFL Week 13

    A quick way for me to end my boycott, would be for the Jets to pick up the phone and get Eli Manning in here for 2018. You think a guy like that wants to move his wife and 3 children to Florida? Doubtful. -- Pick up the phone Mac. We finally got some nice weapons here in Kearse, Anderson, Enunwa, Kerley and a TE.
  6. Funding

    When I venmo'd njdevs, a B. Smith came up. Is this correct?
  7. NFL Week 10

    agreed. CfP is right when he says the NFL is not the "sole" reason for poor PJ sales. But it is a portion. Vendor\sponsor boycotts are a real thing in the world we live in today. People are savvy. They understand they're more than just patrons. They're consumers. Consumers who get to determine where\who they $pend their hard-earned money on. With social media.. it isn't difficult in 2017 for a group of people to organize boycott(s). And they do have financial impacts in the end. EDIT: I can remember the big hoopla that was made about Starbucks from a year ago, when they decided to make their holiday cups strictly red, and more neutral. People freaked. The #StarbucksBoycott was a real thing that was a frequent twitter trend for most of the holiday season. How much did it impact them? --- Well.. enough for them to usher out cups this year with Turtle Doves, Christmas Ornaments, Christmas Trees and Christmas presents a year later.. http://mashable.com/2017/11/01/starbucks-2017-holiday-cups-christmas/#a_Ffe4kSJqq9
  8. NFL Week 10

    They're the guinea pigs right now. It will be very interesting to see what happens to Papa John sales over the course of the next few months. If their sales stay the same.. then the NFL may eek through this season without losing any other sponsors. But if PJ see's an uptick from conservative consumers (the same way Villanueva jersey sales soared) you may see more and more corporations back away, and use the NFL as a conduit towards patriotism. It doesn't help the overall image of the NFL that the MLB, NHL & NBA don't have this kneeling\standing problem. Manfred, Bettman & Silver seem to have a handle on this.. and Roger is looking worse and worse by the day.
  9. 2017 YANKS

    Way ahead of schedule for this team than anyone could've predicted. 4 more wins, and a World Series dance. Can't believe it. This team's got so much heart. LETS GO YANKS!!!!
  10. 2017 YANKS

    6th game of the playoffs tomorrow for these rookies. 6 playoff games, to learn and build off of. This series should've been over last night. Girardi may never get an opportunity to laugh about what happened on Friday. But the Yanks can try to exonerate his transgressions tomorrow night, in whats sure to be an insane crowd in Cleveland. Thankfully no real arms were wasted last night for the Yankees.. so Joe should have CC, Gray, Garcia, Green, Robertson, Betances, Chapman.. even Tanaka if need be. It's and all hands on deck. A trip to the ALCS would be amazing.. and a full 2 years ahead of schedule for these kids. It's a shame Friday had to go down the way it did.. because in an alternate universe, the Yanks would be playing with house money tomorrow. Not now though. Now if they lose, fans will wonder what may have been for this squad. What could have been for this team. That's on Joe now. I'm a big Girardi fan, but he has to stand trial. Some mistakes are just unforgivable. Let's see what this team's got.
  11. 2017 Miami Dolphins thread

    MD. Thoughts?
  12. NFL Week 3

    My personal beef with the whole thing is just that Has. What is this all about in the first place? I think whenever anyone has a movement, and\or protest that engulfs an entire country.. that can potentially be extremely dangerous, and create a dystopian groupthink environment. I agree, America is far from perfect.. and there are issue's we need to address with solutions at hand. But it's difficult to listen with an open mind when the leader of all this wore socks with pigs dressed as law enforcement.. and said he wasn't going to vote for either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump in last years election, because they were both racists. When you kick-start your mantra in the light.. people become very defensive, and won't listen (or don't want to listen) to whatever it is that you were trying to illustrate in the first place. Furthermore.. is it pragmatic to coalesce every single sentiment that's being played out here? By my count you have 3 main issues as play: #1)The 1st Amendment Right\Free Speech. #2)Whatever the issue(s) the players are\were protesting to begin with. (BLM, Cops, etc) #3)The players\owners who are protesting being told that they have limited first amendment rights. I think all these issues seemingly being combined is what's causing immense conflict and frustration with people. You can't have clear conversations anymore.. and now the entire crusade has seemingly been reduced to yet another Anti-Trump Cliche. When you say: "free speech should be non-negotiable" --I think the main issue people take with that is: Even with free speech, there are limitations in the workplace. Yes..... under the constitution, I have the right to go into work tomorrow and walk around the office with one fist up in the air to demonstrate if I wanted to. I have the right to continually repeat "Fvck the Police" if I wanted to. Equally.. my company would be in the right handing me a letter of termination. Because despite free speech.. there's a code of conduct to adhere to at the workplace. That behavior isn't allowed. Many people have countered me with: "well.. it's allowed in the NFL" --the problem is, it isn't. The specific rule pertaining to the national anthem is found on pages A62-63 of the league rulebook. Under United States Code 36, USC ยง 301 the behavior you're seeing from some players protesting is not allowed.. and could result in "fines, suspensions, and\or disciplinary action" from the league. The NFL is not enforcing this.. and for whatever reason you may want to think.. THAT is what people want clarity on. Regarding the Jimmy Kimmel's having to "stay in their lane" and keep away from political topics.. again, I think moderation is called for. There's quite a difference between staying off topic, and beating a dead horse. Why does it always have to be one extreme or the other in this country. I know it's been common practice to take shots and joke about the President and politics for the past hundred years. But when you get to the point when every single time you turn on late night talk.. or go to a broadway show.. or watch sports.. or watch an award show.. this is continually being force fed and jammed down your throat. There is no longer a place for someone to escape anymore. The result is a paradigm shift transpiring before our very eyes. Is there a coincidence that talk show revenue is down? Or that NFL ratings are down? Or that the Emmy's broke records with their lowest ratings in history? At the end of the day, I don't know what to think anymore. I think my confusion is shared by many. I just know that I'm extremely thankful to be an American, and to live in this great country. Despite all it's flaws.
  13. The Devils Uniforms

    Whether you love the jersey's or you hate 'em... this news pleases me. $afe to $ay, the Devils are pleased with this as well.
  14. 2017 JETS

    The well run organizations know that drafting a young kid is only half of the equation. Signing a QUALITY veteran, IN ADDITION.. is the other half. When you look at some of the other great QB's in the league, they were drafted onto teams that ALREADY had a great quarterback. Eli Manning had Kurt Warner. Rodgers had Favre. Prescott had Romo. Brady had Bledsoe. Rivers had Brees. etc. By doing this, you're creating a three-fold panacea. #1) You're allowing the kid you draft to get mentored by a guy who absolutely commands respect from everyone around him. #2) You're showing the kid that you're not just handing him the spoils without a competition. #3) In the event that the kid isn't ready, and he needs a season holding a clipboard... you still have a guy that can win you games, with the kid you drafted looking on, learning from one of the best. ---- The Jets have never operated this way in 40 years. The times when they actually do go out and sign a veteran (like Favre) there isn't anyone behind him with a legitimate future. The times when they draft a kid high in the draft.. like Sanchez.... they put Mark Brunell behind him. They came close on 2 occasions. Testaverde\Pennington.. and Geno & Vick. It didn't work with the latter, because Michael Vick wasn't really Michael Vick anymore. I want Sean Payton & Drew Brees. From eveything I'm reading, both are gone next year. Bring in Payton, and let him run everything. The entire program.. give him the keys to city. It might be easier than you think given the ties with John Morton. Then go draft Rosen\Darnold\Allen, and have them follow Brees everywhere he goes. If he has a bowel movement, tell them to come back with copious notes.
  15. 2017 JETS

    It was. I sometimes wonder if this whole exodus of a season, isn't spite and punishment by Maccagnan against Bowles for 2015. Almost like: "Hey.... I gave you a very talented team, with very little holes, against a putrid schedule to make the playoffs.. and you got blocked by Rex? With the roster I built for you.... you let Rex sweep us and out-coach you, to the point where now MY ass is on the line, so, here....... coach yourself a dogsh!t team into the playoffs without my help, and go fvck yourself"