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Posted 13 Apr 2015http://profootballta...t-at-one-thing/
QuotePosted by Darin Gantt on April 13, 2015, 6:46 AM EDT
Woody Johnson, Mike MaccagnanAP
Very little the Jets have done in the last few years would be described as organized, especially in relation to their more successful older brothers with whom they share a stadium.
But perhaps changes made at a basic level will one day pay off.
Via Darryl Slater of NJ.com, an apples to apples comparison of local pro day workouts last week came out in favor of the Jets.
A source who was at both said the Jets workout “was much more organized and felt more structured” than the Giants’.
In the big picture, that might not mean much. It might not mean anything at all.
But as new General Manager Mike Maccagnan tries to reverse course for a franchise that has made many blunders in recent years, even the small things can matter for the Jets, if only to establish a pattern.
Get enough of them right, and perhaps one day they’ll win trophies like the Giants do.
Posted 12 Apr 2015
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Posted 3 Apr 2015http://espn.go.com/b...eep-depth-chart
I thought about putting this into 115s thread but thought I would do both for exposure and living up an off season.
Jets Depth Chart: Offense
WR Eric Decker T.J. Graham
LT D'Brickashaw Ferguson Ben Ijalana
LG James Carpenter Oday Aboushi
C Nick Mangold Dalton Freeman
RG Willie Colon Brian Winters
RT Breno Giacomini Corey Hilliard
TE Jeff Cumberland Jace Amaro
WR Brandon Marshall Jeremy Kerley
QB Geno Smith Ryan Fitzpatrick
FB Tommy Bohanon
RB Chris Ivory Bilal Powell
Jets Depth Chart: Defense
DE Muhammad Wilkerson Stephen Bowen
NT Damon Harrison T.J. Barnes
DE Sheldon Richardson Kevin Vickerson
OLB Quinton Coples Jason Babin
ILB Demario Davis Mario Harvey
ILB David Harris Jamari Lattimore
OLB Calvin Pace Trevor Reilly
CB Darrelle Revis Dee Milliner
CB Antonio Cromartie Buster Skrine
FS Marcus Gilchrist Antonio Allen
SS Calvin Pryor Jaiquawn Jarrett
Jets Depth Chart: Special teams
PK Nick Folk Andrew Furney
P Ryan Quigley Jake Schum
LS Tanner Purdum
Posted 30 Mar 2015Lets hear your most aggravating traffic situation. Here is my most recent.
I'm driving from Hilton Head Island SC (where I grew up 6-24) back to Wisconsin. I'm going through Louisville on a Friday around 2:00. I guess the entire city is under road construction because I had a concrete barricade on both sides of me as I sat for 3 hours. No movement. My 9 year old son finally just urinated on the barricade as we sat there. After hour three an ambulance is trying to push his way through traffic until there is no where for him to go. after about a half hour of his sirens going he finally gives up and about 10 minutes later we are moving. Slowly. Very slowly. once we are moving again he hits the sirens again. once again everyone panics and we are all stuck. The ambulance is probably 5 cars behind me at this point. I am as far to the right as possible but the jackass behind me is way left and the guy in front of me cant move. We finally get going and once I think I am free I get off I64 onto I65 and come to another almost complete stop. Another hour wasted. I finally say this is stupid and take the first exit to stop for dinner and let all the local people get through hoping it will lighten up. After waiting another hour for a table and taking another for the meal we hit the road to maintain a wonderful 15 MPH. At this point its like 10:00 PM and I should be in Rockford ILL. Needless to say the DOT dropped the ball on that situation. I know repairs need to be done but planning could have reduced that. I assume there was an accident as well.
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