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#761 95Crash

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Posted 14 January 2011 - 10:39 PM

Because Francesa's a f-ing douchebag that has had it in for the Jets since last year. Specifically he got offended that the Jets said they felt they would have won the Colt regular season game last year anyway and he went off on the team, calling Rex a clown. Even before then he didn't like the 'mouthy' Jets (specifically Bart Scott) but that was where it came to a head. And during the playoffs he mocked our 'great field goal' defense when kickers started missing left and right in the playoffs.

Basically ever since that point he hasn't been able to get any Jets on his program for whatever reason, depending on what version of the story you believe - there's been about three different ones (personally I think the Jets just DID decide to boycott him, which I wouldn't blame them for since he's been totally unprofessional towards them and their fans). The reason why it's news now is because he's running a PR campaign to get 'his' side of the story out since the farther the Jets go in the playoffs without him being able to get a Jet guest on the more embarassing it is for the '#1 program' in New York.

Of course he's kept up his Jet bashing since then, and will look for any way to tweak the fanbase possible. When Braylon had his DUI the Jets were classless for playing him, despite the fact nobody else suspends their players for DUI's either, including the Giants. When LT does what he does, he's not violent, he's gotten screwed by the system but god forbid Santonio Holmes has an overblown incident on an airline with an ipod and it's more proof that the Jets are a classless organization.

What an ass. Thanks for the explanation.

I remember when Fancesa had problems with Michael Strahan and Jeremy Shockey, then with the Giants, a few years ago. They, too, refused to appear on his show.

These are all just more examples of him trying to be a part of the story, rather than just commenting on the story.
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Posted 15 January 2011 - 10:37 PM

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..and then there were 4.


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..and then there were 3. Who's going to the Superbowl?
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Posted 16 January 2011 - 11:55 AM

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..and then there were 3. Who's going to the Superbowl?

in my opinion these r the 3 best teams in the conf. goodluck 2 the jets. but unfortunatley i think there season ends tonight.
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Posted 16 January 2011 - 12:07 PM

in my opinion these r the 3 best teams in the conf. goodluck 2 the jets. but unfortunatley i think there season ends tonight.

My confidence in the Jets for this matchup has gone up after that win against Indy. I went from thinking the Jets have a 6% chance of winning all the way to 10% confidence that they will win. :rolleyes:
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Posted 16 January 2011 - 02:14 PM

Remember earlier this year when Sal Alosi tripped Nolan Carroll during the Dolphins game?
Everybody freaked out.. Alosi lost his job.. Rex was labeled a; "liar".. and the Jets were fined $100,000.00 by the NFL for (not only the incident) but for publicly claiming the Patriots do the same thing, without any evidence.

Well.................
http://msn.foxsports...us_videocentral
... :joker: :joker: :joker: :joker: :joker:

....so what do we do now?? :noclue:
*Should the Jets fine be lifted? :noclue:
*Should the Patriots be fined? :noclue:
*Should that Patriots player lose his job for the remainder of the year? :noclue:
*Should Belichick be harassed by the media, & field questions for 2 weeks on if; "he knew about it" and\or "instructed players to do it? :noclue:
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Or like most things Patriots (and Favre for that matter) should the league just look the other way, and just pretend it goes away? :giggle:

Edited by Beezer34, 16 January 2011 - 02:35 PM.

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Posted 16 January 2011 - 07:20 PM

Congrats to the Jets and their fans. Your team earned this.
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Posted 16 January 2011 - 07:38 PM

WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO THIS IS AWESOME!
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Posted 16 January 2011 - 07:47 PM

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..and then there were 3. Who's going to the Superbowl?


Not New England.
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Posted 16 January 2011 - 07:49 PM

J-E-T-S JETS JETS JETS!
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Posted 16 January 2011 - 08:14 PM

This is the game we've all been waiting ten years for as a Jet fan :clap: About time we had our day in the sun against the Pats :)

Congrats to the Jets and their fans. Your team earned this.



Gracias sir.
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Posted 16 January 2011 - 08:15 PM

absolutely stunned. how does a 14-2 team favored by 9 points blow a game at home, to a team they beat 45-3 ?
congrats jets fans. from a confused nfl fan.

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Posted 16 January 2011 - 08:19 PM

Well the Pats finished 14-3...1-2 against the Jets, 1-3 against the Ryans total :evil:
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Posted 16 January 2011 - 08:39 PM

Wow. The Jets must be the luckiest team ... ever. I mean, how else could this have happened?

Any thoughts, ThreeCups?
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Posted 16 January 2011 - 08:59 PM

So how about those 1 and done jets threecups? you've got to get another voodoo doll!!!

brilliant effort top to bottom. Start with the oline, sanchez didn't get TOUCHED today. No sacks, not even any qb hits. And we did this without Damien Woody.

The running game wasn't sustained...but it was effective and we ripped off some big ones when we needed to. Love the little sleeping on the football routine by Greene at the end there. I'm sure that got Mike Francesa all hot and bothered.

Sanchez found cotchery underneath when his initial options were covered. jerricho came up huge.

We covered like madmen in the secondary. Brady was pressured and he wasn't comfortable the entire game. Not many clean free runs at him but he was dancing in and around the pocket all night. Looking for those stupid cheap little checkdowns he feasts on. Most of the time they weren't there...and when they were it wasn't a 25 yard chunk.

great job by Holmes on that catch. He's like the Claude Lemieux of football and damn am I glad to have him on the Jets
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Posted 16 January 2011 - 09:06 PM

Love the little sleeping on the football routine by Greene at the end there. I'm sure that got Mike Francesa all hot and bothered.


Hah Greene should have slept on the ball at the one-yard line, that would have ended the game instead of giving the Pats another chance at an onside kick.

Holmes is weird, he'll make a highlight-reel catch then drop an easy one in the next game. But man, if the Steelers knew they'd have to play us in the AFC Championship I don't think they'd have given him to us for a fifth-rounder :lol:
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Posted 16 January 2011 - 09:15 PM

Great game by the Jets. I thought NE obviously dug themselves into a gigantic hole with the fake punt fumble, but major credit to the Jets for capitalizing on it and scoring immediately. Going into the break down 7-3 wouldn't have been the worse thing in the world. You can second guess coaches forever and it looked like it could have easily gone for a first but the snap wasn't handled.

The Jets answering the Pats first TD drive was gigantic. NE was starting to get some major mojo and the Jets immediately answered. I really think NE's offensive coordinator got way to cocky on that 4th quarter drive. It was basically like he was sure NE was going to score on that drive so it didn't matter how long it took. But down 10 and you are going to go on a 7 minute drive that ends on the 35? Come on. It seems like Bill didn't like it either because I thought just like Simms on the broadcast that Bill was screaming to throw the damn ball. They basically did the Jets dirty work with all those run plays.

Final thought because it was mentioned on the broadcast. If Greene goes down instead of scoring the game is over there. Instead he gave New England a chance. Got to be smarter than that.

Congrats to all the Jets fans here.

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Posted 16 January 2011 - 11:10 PM

Hah Greene should have slept on the ball at the one-yard line, that would have ended the game instead of giving the Pats another chance at an onside kick.

i was thinking the same thing. if ne got the onsides and drove it down for a td they wouldv killed green
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Posted 16 January 2011 - 11:15 PM

Great game by the Jets. I thought NE obviously dug themselves into a gigantic hole with the fake punt fumble, but major credit to the Jets for capitalizing on it and scoring immediately. Going into the break down 7-3 wouldn't have been the worse thing in the world. You can second guess coaches forever and it looked like it could have easily gone for a first but the snap wasn't handled.

The Jets answering the Pats first TD drive was gigantic. NE was starting to get some major mojo and the Jets immediately answered. I really think NE's offensive coordinator got way to cocky on that 4th quarter drive. It was basically like he was sure NE was going to score on that drive so it didn't matter how long it took. But down 10 and you are going to go on a 7 minute drive that ends on the 35? Come on. It seems like Bill didn't like it either because I thought just like Simms on the broadcast that Bill was screaming to throw the damn ball. They basically did the Jets dirty work with all those run plays.

Final thought because it was mentioned on the broadcast. If Greene goes down instead of scoring the game is over there. Instead he gave New England a chance. Got to be smarter than that.

Congrats to all the Jets fans here.

the eunning game didt help brady at all. when u throw the ball 45 times for 300 u did your job
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Posted 16 January 2011 - 11:24 PM

Now that's one huge upset. Even the Seahawks received more pundit-picks than we did today. That Seahawks win over the Saints last week is still bigger, but this one was damn surprising. Somehow, our defense managed to cover everything while still not allowing Brady to wait forever for something to open up. We got revenge on the Pats. Now the Steelers are looking to get revenge on us. The way this defense is starting to roll, they're making even me start to dream.
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Posted 16 January 2011 - 11:27 PM

Wow. The Jets must be the luckiest team ... ever. I mean, how else could this have happened?

Any thoughts, ThreeCups?



Maybe the Jets didn't try all season as hard as they could, because to me they were hardly impressive in the regular season. They even looked so-so against Indy. Tonight they played like the team their fans were hyping them up to be all year. For a team that could have easily been watching the playoffs from home (if a couple or so of those late miracle wins go the other way) they are sure backing up Rex' big mouth.` The AFC Championship game is going to be a dogfight
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