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  1. thenepatsrule

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    wow the jets are human after all
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    Eh wouldn't blame them. Its like finding out your wife or GF was being an adulterous ***** so a good way to calm the emotions is to drink it up. Not me though Straight Edge here lol
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    pretty funny actually, although I don't really think this is a big deal. I'm sure quite a few players around the league choose to relieve the pain of a loss by doing this same exact thing. Hell, I would probably hit the club too after a tough loss.
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    eh, to me it would really depend on what they were doing. Out "clubbing," having a great time? That would piss me off, because I know when I played sports in college, I wasn't up for real partying after a season-ending loss -- and the NFL is slightly different level :). But having a bunch of drinks with teammates and friends? No problem -- totally get it.
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    Heck, why not drink up a bit? They don't drink all season (Or at least shouldn't) and your season just came to a sad and abrupt end. Instead of being depressed and going home, they go have some drinks and party it up. They deserve that after the great season they had.
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    Why would this elevate them to human?
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    Partying after a playoff loss?? What the hell is there to party about? To celebrate LOSING your chance at the Superbowl? I don't understand this mentality. You'd never see a Patriot player doing that.
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    At least Braylon didn't get another DUI.
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    Sure you would. There's no prohibition on going out when your season is over and there is little doubt some Patriot players do just that. The game is over, there's no need to wallow in it and I wouldn't have any problem with it regardless of who does it. If they did it the night before game it would be completely different, but once it is done it is done, and they have every right to enjoy themselves despite the loss.
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    you realize a NFL player is basically on lockdown a months before, and during an entire NFL season right?

    Playing in the NFL is cool, and all, but it's still a job. ...and I'm pretty sure the last time I got out of work all I wanted was a beer. ..dunno about you.
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    Did some of you expect the Jets to be suicidal?..give me a break..they are still getting paid and life goes on.
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    I don't see how they could have it in them to party hours after losing the AFCCG....however, if they were just drinking this is a weak story.
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    Good point, and as a Jets fan that must have been months ago.
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    Partying at a club, I couldn't understand that, but if it was just 3 or 4 players drinking, Rex's wife, and a few holes to fill, that would be how the Jets roll.
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    $2500 will buy a lot of snacks.

    Im not talking "Lil Smokies" either.
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    Who wouldn't pay to see Pacman Jones,Joey Porter and Marvin Harrison hanging out at a bar partying together?.

    That trio would be more fun..I would even pay admission to watch.
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    Reading that thread, man that 'nyjunc' guy is a piece of work. He's got the whole thread going bananas.

    It's nice to know that every team forum has their collection of nutjobs. We should invite him over here to butt heads with some of our resident uhhh....buttheads.

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    After six months of taking a beating while trying to live up to crushing expectations, all culminating grueling playoff loss, I'd probably drink myself into a stupor too. Not sure what's so bad about this. I got stupefyingly drunk on Saturday night, and I didn't even have (or need) a reason.
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    Was Braylon Edwards in "lockdown" when he got his latest DUI? Was the Green Beans defense in "lockdown" when it ate cheeseburgers on the practice field? Was Jabba Wrecks in "lockdown" while pimping his wife out to strangers on a swingers website? Was the team in "lockdown" while harassing Inez Sainz? Were Bart Scott, LaClassian Tomlinschmuck, Jenkins, Cromartie, etc., etc. in "lockdown" while running their mouths incessantly? Oh, the irony ...
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    Well, prior to this, they were fornicating with non-homosapiens.
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    I find it worse that they partied all night after beating the Patriots. If I were a fan I'd be mad as hell that they were out drinking a week before that Steelers game. I don't really care if they party after they lose. How they deal with that loss, well, whatever. It is the drinking before the Steelers game that is totally unprofessional.
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    They're adults. They had a tough day at the office (and then some). They had a few drinks, maybe tried to pick up a woman. They didn't behave like Roethlisberger towards the women and they did take a limo home after the drinking. What's wrong with that?
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    You mean that going out and partying for one night after a big success, an entire week before your next game, is somehow wrong?

    Come on man! You don't really believe that, do you?

    I'm not suggesting that we go back to the days of Max McGee (scored the first TD in Super Bowl history as drunk as a skunk in SB I, adding another TD and six more catches off of Bart Starr passes that day for a total of 160 yards...he was so wasted that he didn't even bring his helmet to the sidelines and had to borrow one before he stumbled onto the field when Boyd Dowler separated his shoulder early in the first quarter) or Joe Namath (spent the night before his historic performance in SB III drinking and, well, whatever, with some of Miami's finest, ahem, ladies of the evening, arriving back at his room at dawn), but what's the problem with celebrating a victory seven days before your next game?
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    Thank you. They have the whole off season and pre-season to address what happened in the loss, going out and getting hammered to help yourself get over it is natural behavior. It's not even like they popped up on The Dirty | Nik Richie + Dirty Army intel, opinions, gossip, satire, and celebrities, they went out with friends and had some drinks. It's not even a sure thing they "partied".
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    Well they may not be AFC Champs but I'm sure they were in the club fist pumping like champs.
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    There is a difference between going out for food and drinks and going to a club with loud entertainment at 2 a.m. and staying 'til daybreak. I couldn't care less what the Green Beans do but the latter certainly would fall into the realm of "partying."
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    During the Playoffs? You bet I believe this. These guys are athletes. They need every advantage to win. Drinking affects your performance in practice and in games. It also shows a lack of serious mindset. Apparently beating the Patriots really was their Superbowl. If it wasn't, they might have been more focused on the Steelers. This is like finding your kids partying all night long right in the middle of finals! Yeah, I would have been mad if I were a Jets fan.
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