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9 years ago  ::  Nov 18, 2011 - 11:26AM #1
RockinDaBronx
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Church of Tebow. Praise to him.











9 years ago  ::  Nov 18, 2011 - 11:27AM #2
RockinDaBronx
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Tebow,he is good, he is glorious.



Sanchez and the Jets never had a chance against the second son of our Lord.

9 years ago  ::  Nov 18, 2011 - 1:40PM #3
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Nov 18, 2011 -- 11:27AM, RockinDaBronx wrote:


Tebow,he is good, he is glorious.



Sanchez and the Jets never had a chance against the second son of our Lord.




If Sanchez and the Jets played themselves they probably find a way to lose. 


I'm a long-suffering Jets fan.  They were a great team as the NY Titans and Namath's guaranteed win over The Colts was huge.  Rex Ryan is a fat blowhard, what he says is meaningless.  They can draft or sign anybody they want...their blowhard coach can give press conferences talking out of any orifice but I really can't take this Jet team seriously anymore. 


Rooting for this team is like rooting for the muets.


9 years ago  ::  Nov 18, 2011 - 2:27PM #4
RockinDaBronx
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I hear ya bro, last night I hooked up my laptop to my 42 inch, watched the live cut ins through crappy buffering pixeled pitcture only to watch this mess unfold.


We knew Rex would get old, this might be the season that breaks the back. Defense is all the Jets have, no QB, no running game, awful play calling by Marty's son.


I dont know, maybe Jets can get Peyton, make NYC ManningVille USA

9 years ago  ::  Nov 18, 2011 - 7:01PM #5
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I basically agree with everything you said.  The lack of a running game, having to hand the ball to a special teams guy (16 carries/59 yds).  What bugs me the most after losing two games in five days is Sanchez.  Two years ago there was a lot of hope for the team and Sanchez looked like he could be a good one.  The team seemed to look at him as a real leader.  The problem is that he doesn't have the kind of strong arm that you look for in a QB.  He's just a flare-passer and makes low-yardage plays.  If he steps outside his comfort zone, there's an interception with his name on it just waiting to happen. 

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