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nojobny
09-09-2007, 01:55 PM
Chad just hobbled off the field after a nasty ankle twist. So sad..too bad. :flap:

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Livinginthe past
09-09-2007, 02:58 PM
Thats very sympathetic of you, well done.

I hate seeing guys gp down injured- as it happens Chad came back the next series - looked like a twisted ankle and not the potentially much worse knee twist where you get the weight of a d-lineman on it when its bent back.

I think Chad will be very sore tomorrow, but hope top see him on the field next week.

ps He actually played a good game - kept the Patriots D on its toes but they just didnt have the horses on D to cope with a powerful Patriots offense.

Game note - Brady 22/28 297 yds 3 TD's and 0 INT's (guess that makes him better than Manning again :toofunny: ...until week 2)

Lazy, injured Randy Moss 9 catches 183 yards 1 TD.

xXTheSteelKingsXx
09-09-2007, 03:20 PM
Man Pennington is really injury pron.

nojobny
09-09-2007, 03:39 PM
Thats very sympathetic of you, well done.

I hate seeing guys gp down injured- as it happens Chad came back the next series - looked like a twisted ankle and not the potentially much worse knee twist where you get the weight of a d-lineman on it when its bent back.

I think Chad will be very sore tomorrow, but hope top see him on the field next week.

ps He actually played a good game - kept the Patriots D on its toes but they just didnt have the horses on D to cope with a powerful Patriots offense.

Game note - Brady 22/28 297 yds 3 TD's and 0 INT's (guess that makes him better than Manning again :toofunny: ...until week 2)

Lazy, injured Randy Moss 9 catches 183 yards 1 TD.


I have zero symphathy for Chad b/c he stays injured. And you're a pats fan so why are you defending him? Not that it matters but I'm married to a Jets fan AND I live in NYC so I have to listen to all the talk radio crap about Chad and his annual injury report every year.

Personally, I don't know why Man-genius let him go right back in. They've got a full medical setup there. Go inside, shoot a couple of x-rays or run an MRI. Better he miss a couple of series than run the risk of making a minor injury a major one. (anyone remember McNabb's spained ankle that was a broken leg?)

Randy sure did shut up all his detractors today. He put up some nice numbers.

SteelCityMan786
09-09-2007, 06:45 PM
Man, I think he is close to getting cut and retiring.

Atlanta Dan
09-09-2007, 06:56 PM
Remember how much grief the Steelers took took for drafting Burress over Chad when the New York media turned Pennington into the second coming of Montana after the Jets made the AFC Championship in 2002?

Chad seems to be a competent QB but his arm strength was an issue even before the injuries - IMO this is his last year with the Jets.

Livinginthe past
09-09-2007, 07:32 PM
Believe me, the issue with the Jets isnt their QB - its their woeful pass rush and their inability to run the ball consistently.

Their O-line is a bit of a mess, right now.

Stlrs4Life
09-09-2007, 09:02 PM
They just showed a clip of the Jets fans cheering the injury as he limped off the field also. That is sad.

The Duke
09-09-2007, 09:04 PM
They just showed a clip of the Jets fans cheering the injury as he limped off the field also. That is sad.

I didn't know jets fans didn't want Pennington, that's sad indeed

I-Want-Troy's-Hair
09-09-2007, 09:05 PM
and to think Pittsburgh almost drafted Pennington and we drafter plexi-glass instead. ....WHEW

Livinginthe past
09-09-2007, 09:07 PM
They just showed a clip of the Jets fans cheering the injury as he limped off the field also. That is sad.

There is alot of uproar on the gangreen Jets forum about the conduct of their fans when Pennington was trying to limp to the sideline.

They are rightly embarrassed at their fans performance - booing a guy who was the only real reason the game was close for a half....and then cheering when his replacement came in.

What a bunch of miserable know-nothing a-holes.

tony hipchest
09-09-2007, 10:50 PM
There is alot of uproar on the gangreen Jets forum about the conduct of their fans when Pennington was trying to limp to the sideline.

They are rightly embarrassed at their fans performance - booing a guy who was the only real reason the game was close for a half....and then cheering when his replacement came in.

What a bunch of miserable know-nothing a-holes.:sofunny:

i was wondering why you no longer refer to a guy coming off multiple shoulder surgeries with the derrogortory term "noodlearm".

quite the pennington fan now, arent we? im sure the "know-nothing" fans are just fans of the young back up just like mangina is. its not like hed be the first coach to go with a back up qb he loved.

when one team is the whipping boy of another franchise, the fans tend to become agitated. just see brownsfans, who also chanted for the execution style insertion of brady quinn in favor of just watching their team get slaughtered with a qb they were used to watching lose.

Livinginthe past
09-10-2007, 06:07 AM
:sofunny:

i was wondering why you no longer refer to a guy coming off multiple shoulder surgeries with the derrogortory term "noodlearm".

quite the pennington fan now, arent we? im sure the "know-nothing" fans are just fans of the young back up just like mangina is. its not like hed be the first coach to go with a back up qb he loved.

when one team is the whipping boy of another franchise, the fans tend to become agitated. just see brownsfans, who also chanted for the execution style insertion of brady quinn in favor of just watching their team get slaughtered with a qb they were used to watching lose.

For future reference, the guy is called 'Noodlearm' because of his total inability to throw the ball with any pace - that was the case way before any of his injuries.

Don't let the facts get in the way, though.

Here is the Jets own feelings on the subject - which makes you position look a little....misguided.

http://forums.theganggreen.com/showthread.php?t=24474

Atlanta Dan
09-10-2007, 07:56 AM
They just showed a clip of the Jets fans cheering the injury as he limped off the field also. That is sad.

Agreed it is reprehensible, but it happens - I am old enough to remeber when Bradshaw separated his shoulder in a home game against the Bengals in 1973 (pre-SB greatness days) and the crowd cheered while Bradshaw came of the field holding his shoulder. Bradshaw said that incident always stuck with him.