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SteelCurtain5643
11-22-2012, 09:02 PM
35-3 Pats at the half, if they send Brady out for the 2nd half they are completely classless which they probably will even up 32. Jets are a circus tho, how do you run into your own o-lineman and fumble?!

ricardisimo
11-22-2012, 09:05 PM
The Jets are indeed a joke. The Tebow signing probably sold 1000 extra tickets, which will be negated times 30 by the start of next season. Brady will play to the last snap, make no mistake.

SteelCurtain5643
11-22-2012, 09:24 PM
The Jets are indeed a joke. The Tebow signing probably sold 1000 extra tickets, which will be negated times 30 by the start of next season. Brady will play to the last snap, make no mistake.

Oh i know, because that classless p.o.s. organization loves running up the score

MasterOfPuppets
11-22-2012, 09:33 PM
will rexy be fired before the end of the season ?
i look for them to hand out a pile of walkin papers by spring.....rex , tannenbum , sancheese , probably holmes , etc....
way to many under achieving loud mouths on one team.

SteelCurtain5643
11-22-2012, 10:24 PM
up 37 and brady still in the game, big surprise there. such a classless organization

GoFor7
11-22-2012, 10:59 PM
up 37 and brady still in the game, big surprise there. such a classless organization

You know, the Jets' defense is allowed to try and stop them. It's not even like the Patriots were running trick plays like the Ravens do.

That's why I don't get the whining about "running up the score." Personally, I think some fans use that as an excuse when their defense can't stop anything. As if the other team is just supposed to stop doing anything and allow the losing team to get back into it.

ricardisimo
11-22-2012, 11:05 PM
You know, the Jets' defense is allowed to try and stop them. It's not even like the Patriots were running trick plays like the Ravens do.

That's why I don't get the whining about "running up the score." Personally, I think some fans use that as an excuse when their defense can't stop anything. As if the other team is just supposed to stop doing anything and allow the losing team to get back into it.
They're classless for other reasons, Spygate coming to mind immediately. Running up the score is just stupid. Piss off one of the Jets' D-linemen enough and he'll just think "Who gives a shit? We're 4-7... let's just break Brady in two and call it a season."

GoFor7
11-22-2012, 11:33 PM
They're classless for other reasons, Spygate coming to mind immediately. Running up the score is just stupid. Piss off one of the Jets' D-linemen enough and he'll just think "Who gives a shit? We're 4-7... let's just break Brady in two and call it a season."

But they didn't break Brady in half, did they? The Jets were just that bad, as indicated by the score.

Lets save the "unwritten rules" stuff for baseball.

Fire Haley
11-23-2012, 06:42 AM
hahahahaha

"The Ass Fumble"

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lloydwoodson
11-23-2012, 07:16 AM
hahahahaha

"The Ass Fumble"

http://cdn1.sbnation.com/uploads/chorus_image/image/3754087/stillbetterthancassel.0_standard_709.0.gif

Bwahahaha good post.

TRH
11-23-2012, 08:06 AM
Big changes need made over there. Ryan has led that team off the deep end - he's possibly the most stubborn head coach the NFL has ever seen in history - refusing to make changes that could shake things up or help the team......and also his stubborness to admit how terrible they are. This guy is unbelievable - i really don't know how the Jets ownership keeps him at the end of the year.
I don't think they'll fire him now - they'll wait until the end of the season...but i have no idea how you keep him on as the head coach.

Ricco Suavez
11-23-2012, 09:38 AM
Maybe not classless but Stupid to risk starters in a blowout. Maybe they lose other players like they lost last week in Gronk. High scoring games are not high entertainment in my opinion. I like good defense and quality offense not just high octane, fantasy point football. If we have learned anything over the years is this, well rounded teams with either a good defense or at least an opportunistic defense are more likely to win it all. Teams that live by the "I will score often" approach lose more "big" games than win.

harrison'samonster
11-23-2012, 09:43 AM
I wouldn't say that it's classless in the case of a divisional rivalry, but risky to keep starters in late in the game. I do agree that these types of games are boring for everybody except for the fans of the winning team.

A team could win 5-10 games a year by 40 points and still not be the best team when it comes to playoff time.

I would like to add that the Patriots are just classless in general though.

GoFor7
11-23-2012, 11:45 AM
I wouldn't say that it's classless in the case of a divisional rivalry, but risky to keep starters in late in the game. I do agree that these types of games are boring for everybody except for the fans of the winning team.

A team could win 5-10 games a year by 40 points and still not be the best team when it comes to playoff time.

I would like to add that the Patriots are just classless in general though.

Those are valid points. Just keep in mind injuries happen at any point in a game, just ask Ben (unless some of you think scoring 10 points is "classless"), or even Brady from that 2008 game. That was early in the first quarter if I recall. Did Gronkowski's injury have anything to do with the score in that Colts/Patriots game? Or was it just a freak accident on a point-after attempt?

I keep hearing "if you run up the score the other team will try to hurt your QB!" When is the last time that's happened? When is the last time Brady, Brees, Rodgers, or Peyton Manning have been knocked out by angry defenders after scoring more points? Did Ben get knocked out after the 2010 regular season finale against Cleveland (41-9 final score, the starters were responsible for 38 points)? Did he got knocked out after the Tennessee game last year when the Steelers clearly ran up the score on a deep bomb to Wallace in the final minutes?

FanSince72
11-23-2012, 01:38 PM
Big changes need made over there. Ryan has led that team off the deep end - he's possibly the most stubborn head coach the NFL has ever seen in history - refusing to make changes that could shake things up or help the team......and also his stubborness to admit how terrible they are. This guy is unbelievable - i really don't know how the Jets ownership keeps him at the end of the year.
I don't think they'll fire him now - they'll wait until the end of the season...but i have no idea how you keep him on as the head coach.

"Fireman Ed" left the game at halftime and didn't come back.

That says it all. When a team plays so poorly that its Number One Fan leaves in disgust, it's time to make some changes.