NFL: Jets are a trainwreck

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  1. Mr Janny

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  2. CLONECONES

    CLONECONES Well-Known Member

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    Tebow was 3/3 for 8 yards.

    Those are....like....his best #s ever. WTF TEAMMATES?!
     
  3. ISUAgronomist

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    I want to point and laugh but as a Dolphins fan 4-5 isn't much to brag about.
     
  4. mj4cy

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    I can't stand anonymous quotes. Grow a pair and put your name to it.
     
  5. jbhtexas

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    So Sanchez and the offense are stinking it up, and as such, the players choose to bash the backup QB who hasn't played. I like the psuedo-twisted-reverse psychology angle. Should definitely make things better...
     
  6. Rabbuk

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    [video=youtube;zMK9FKMG3Nc]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zMK9FKMG3Nc[/video]
    posting for irony's sake.
     
  7. Cy4Patriots

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    The whole team is a joke and always has been.

    The players take after Ryan and talk ****.

    They need to gut the whole team and start over. Sanchez blows and everyone knows it.
     
  8. Mr Janny

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    yeah, definitely a trainwreck.

    I do find it interesting that some of them don't even view Tebow as a QB.

    “It’s not even close. All the other quarterbacks know it. I have all the confidence in Mark. We don’t really have a choice.”

    “We have Greg . . . and we have an athlete”

    “We don’t look at him as a quarterback.”

    Even if Tebow does, somehow, get a chance to start, it doesn't sound like the team has a lot of faith in him. That won't produce good results
     
  9. jbindm

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    I'm with you. Credit to Matt Slauson for putting his name on what he said. Rex Ryan has fostered a really toxic environment in that locker room. His time in NY is just about up.
     
  10. carvers4math

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    Tebow is a huge distraction wherever he goes. ESPN doesn't help much either.
     
  11. Cycl1

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    Not like Tebow is trying to be a distraction.
     
  12. Cycl1

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    Makes me feel bad for Tebow, nothing like gettign absolutely trashed by your team when you get used zilch by your coach. Tebow's strength is getting the best out of his teammates. Doesn't sound like he has the support to succeed there even if given the shot to play.
     
  13. carvers4math

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    Did he really need to trademark tebowing?
     
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  14. Mr Janny

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    Actually, Tebow's greatest strength is his ability to convince some people that he's a viable NFL quarterback.

    But you're right, if the team doesn't believe he can do it, he's not likely to get their best effort, even if he does get a shot at starting.
     
  15. Cycl1

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    Why not? it was a national craze. I mean, ffs if they are going to put your move in madden, you might as well make money on it. "Fear the brow" is trademarked i beleive.
     
  16. carvers4math

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    Maybe because it is a distraction. Maybe because it raises questions about your sincerity. Maybe because it draws more attention to your celebrity status and you're planning on writing another book. But not because it is going to benefit your team in any way.
     
  17. Cycl1

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    I bet his > .500 record as a starter is what is tricking them.
     
  18. Rabbuk

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    Denver's defense is >.500 i think you mean.
     
  19. jbhtexas

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    The guy passed for over 300 yds and 2 TDs, and rushed for 50 yds against a 12-win Pittsburgh team in a playoff game, and his team won. Somehow, I think one must possess some skill to pull this off...
     
  20. Rabbuk

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    Ike taylor sucking accounted for about half those yards and at least one td.
     

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