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Posted 1 Oct 2013thats why he didn't do nothing his 1st 2 years until peyton came along ;)
I didn't know Peyton was given a special NCAA sanction to come back and join the Golden Gophers and threw to Decker for his entire career? Must have been hard to play a college game on Saturday and make it back to the Colts games/ Your depth of knowledge is just so incredible! Just like your factorization of his qbs, pre-Peyton, were garbadge at putting up passing stats. Not to mention the fact that in his first career start, which was also pre-Peyton, he caught 5 passes for:
"113 yards and 2 touchdowns, the second on a 52-yard catch in the 4th quarter as Denver recorded their first win of the 2011 season" (Wikipedia), all without an elite qb.
Yea, dude blows. He has to shine Stephen Hill's cleats every morning just to get some recognition.
At least your ignorance is somewhat humorous.
Posted 30 Sep 2013WR
Hakeem Nicks - i think nicks isn't a FA yet, also cruz is a FA playing on a 1 year tendor i believe. i'd rather have cruz but nicks is good too. both would cost big money but snahcez going bye bye will save us a ton
Anquan Boldin - a little long in the tooth but still a good WR for a few more years
Eric Decker - no thanks. peyton makes him look better then he is
Kenny Britt - too lazy and issues
Jeremy Maclin - philly won't let him go
James Jones - could be a good grab for cheap
Golden Tate - no thanks
Devin Hester - as a PR/KR i'd take him. our SP teams are bad
You officially know NOTHING about receivers, congrats! TTFN!
Posted 10 Sep 2013if true, why was egno a 2nd round prospect and sanchez a 1st? sure geno might turn out a better QB, but there is a reaosn he wasn't sought after
Cus the Jets are the only morons to trade up for a qb whose stock only rose through meetings in the final days before the draft, and had NOTHING to do with what he could do on the field.
Posted 13 Aug 2013Who the f*** do you think you are talking to? I.. ME... "CAN'T"???? "Can't" is a word that is not in my vocabulary dick weed. I can do whatever the f*** I want and I can easily evaluate 500 players from the sideline while I flirt with a cheer leader. Get that weak shit out of here.. you nfl plebeian trying to garner my attention again with this trash. It's common sense that the jets coaching staff including the head coach would watch the tape of the offense. If Ryan's focus is now with the defense and these type of comments carry over to the regular season then rex has effectively removed him self from actively managing the offense. Rex can't manage the offense on the field if he's so focused on the defense that he isn't even watching the qb.
Who do I think I am talking to? you don't want me to answer that, wouldn't want to hurt your feelings, its bad enough that your too busy having a circle jerk with Manish to realize when you are making drama out of nothing.
What is Rex managing in a preseason game where the plays are being called to test out player's ability? The overall strategy isnt to win, it's to see what works and with who. For the most part, the plays were already selected in meetings before the game, that I am sure Rex was a part of. So how is Rex not involved with the offense for this PRESEASON GAME, and how is hetaking himself out of the qb decision? oh wait, you don't know what you're talking about, silly me, why would I ask you?
I wonder how Bill Parcels was managing the defense when he gave his famous "this is why you lift all them weights" speech. He saw the play on the Jumbo-tron, he is going back to what got him to 2 AFC championship games, and you think it is a problem that he missed half of one play because he was being a coach. And you think that means he cant make any decisions.
If it was so obvious to you that he was going to watch film afterwards, why didn't u take that into account before u made your last post.
i'LL give you a helpful quote: "It is better to keep silent and have everyone think you are stupid, than to open your mouth and confirm that you are."
So you can throw your over the top tantrum, but yelling nonsensical bs about unrealistic expectations for any human being, just makes u look like more of a jackass to anyone with half a brain cell.
Posted 12 Aug 2013The plus side to this I guess is that he's removed him self from the evaluation of the Qbs. He's separating him self from those decisions so he can't be blamed for them. He's stuck with Sanchez so it's not a terrible idea to do this as long as his defense performs.
He removed himself from evaluating qbs? Cus it's not like he can watch film after the game or anything . Film has NEVER been used for evalutaing players. . . Seems like you have been using the "JUMP TO CONCLUSIONS MAT" a lil too much.
It's preseason, this is a non issue. These games are meant for fine tuning and teaching and Rex was busy doing that. He obviously watches film of the offense and defense and makes evaluations there, like he would do anyway because you cant evaluate 11 players simultaneously, on every live play. You couldn't do that any any one play from the sideline. Relax.
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