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  1. drew4008

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    Sorry if this doesn't belong here, but I just really, really want to see/hear this. So whenever it's published, pleaseee post it haha... he needs to eat some serious crow.
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    Re: Rex Ryan post-game presser

    ESPN right now.
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    Re: Rex Ryan post-game presser

    They hung with a damn good team for a half. Having watched us against Baltimore, you think he's going to be dejected?

    I'd consider it a pretty damned fine run, if I was him.

    I imagine his team can't wait to start next year. Can't say honestly, that I feel that way.
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    Re: Rex Ryan post-game presser

    I'm sure he's elated.. only two more weeks until the Super Bowl parade in New York.

    Oh wait.

    FAIL.
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    Re: Rex Ryan post-game presser

    It appears that a drunk Joe Namath was driving the parade float.
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    Re: Rex Ryan post-game presser

    ftfy....................................................................
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    Re: Rex Ryan post-game presser

    I don't think he needs to, or will eat anything. He pretty much backed up his mouth, sure they lost tonight but nobody expected them to get to the AFCCG in the first place.

    The Jets and Ryan have just made the league and the Patriots take notice. If they get things right, start drafting well then the Jets are going to be a force in the coming seasons.
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    Re: Rex Ryan post-game presser

    Give me a break, man. Sounds like sour grapes to me. Like it or not, a good Jets team with a VERY good defense lost in the AFC Championship game. Last time I checked, our own team did not make it out of the first round of the playoffs against Baltimore. Got to give credit due where credit is due - and the fact that the "lowly" Jets hung around with one of the best teams in football for most of the game (in their house, might I add) is something for that franchise to be proud of. If I were you, I'd be more concerned about OUR team losing than the Jets losing to the Colts. They are the real deal.
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    Wrong. They were actually winning for most of the half - then completely lost their mojo with 5 minutes left in the 2nd qtr. The tackling went bad. Green was lost and the secondary got stupid. Screw both the Jets and Colts. I'm a temporary Saints fan.
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    Jets got their comeuppance for their arrogance. Now hopefully the Saints/Vikings can do the same to the Colts in the SB.
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    You are right. I hope BB was paying attention to the kind of offense he
    will have to have to beat the Jets. If he maintains the 2 WR mentality
    Patriots will lose 2 games to the Jets next year. He better get some
    good WRs and force Brady into spreading the ball around like he used to.
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    What are you people talking about? A first year coach taking a first year QB to the AFCCG?? That's something to be proud of, not ashamed of.
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    This applies here perfectly..."Talk all the Sh*t you want now!". Im not gonna feel sorry for that fat F*ck and his ****y team. See ya next year, we do need to get our sh*t together though.
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    My gosh, sorry, they went sour AFTER the first half -- I guess that changes my argument completely...Screw both the Jets and the Colts? Hey, be as bitter as you want, but they played today, the Patriots didn't. I'd be more upset about that. But whatever makes you sleep at night, man.
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    Damn straight, Tubby's got that team fired up and they play tough, patient football.

    There's a saying that if you're not moving forward, you're falling behind and I'd like to see a real evaluation of every coach, position and strategy for next year. Real competition for spots too, especially special teams.

    Our record is deceiving IMO. There's a bit of the end of Pete Carroll in the players attitudes and performance. Just a bit, but that can grow like a cancer.
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    The jets showed a lot of guts and look to be a tough out in the future. Helluva job today. But that post-game presser, while understandable, veered occasionally toward trainwreck as Wrecks *****ed about calls and whined about injuries. A big, fat message board poster to the end.
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    That's the most disturbing thought I've read here. Far more than any WR/DL/OC or DC discussion.
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    Not disturbing if the coach feels it, and i think he does. Successful teams need a shake up once in a while. That's why teams with the same personnel perform so differently, especially when it counts.

    The core of our team is fine and the new talent on defense is good. There's some complacency and some mailing it in and some refusal to realize when something isn't working.

    Just the way i see it.
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    Frankly, it's hard not to like Rex Ryan. If he was our coach he'd be a God. We've had a genius but he sure isn't lovable.


    Congratulations to an up and coming Jets team. Sanchez looks like the real deal. Played his best game of the season on the biggest stage. I look forward to the competition in the AFC East for years to come.

    Time to draft some impact players.
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    This is why I hated this AFC championship. The Jets could have lost by 60 today and you still can't really laugh at them since they made it this far with a first year HC and QB. And at the same time the Colts are going to the Super bowl. Screw you San Diego and Baltimore
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    Lol...ignorant/arrogant f'ing slob...surprised he didn't start sobbing again inbetween bites of his hot dog....f' the jests!...f' the jests!
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    Re: Rex Ryan post-game presser

    It's not bitterness, and who cares if the Jets lost a game today and the Pats lost earlier.

    It's not bitterness, it's a fact. The Jets lost, so stop making that into a positive. Think about it. It took TWO teams to completely lay down for the Jets to even get into the playoffs.. Then they beat a bad Bengal team and won a game they never should have won out west. Whoop de doo.

    You want to crown thier ass, then crown 'em.

    But you're talking total slop, so stop getting huffy when people point out your nonsense.
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    Re: Rex Ryan post-game presser

    Look, I am not going to engage in an "fight" on an online message board. Regardless of WHO the Jets played, they won. Doesn't matter who "laid" down for them. Did they finish ahead of the Patriots? Yes. Does that make you upset? It should. Does it bother you that a team who didn't even win the AFC East beat up on a pretty good Colts team? It should. Whoop de doo yourself to sleep man, but when it comes down to it, they were better this year. What kind of glasses are you wearing NOT to be able to see that?

    And I didn't "crown" them anything - I said they were a good football who played well recently. If your too biased or uncomfortable to admit it, that's fine. Deny it until you turn blue.
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    Was rooting for the Colts. I'd rather see the Colts win than the Jets. Colts head coach has more class than the arrogant-loud-mouth of the Jets.

    Fatboy basically said that their miscues allowed the Colts to win..
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    You let 'em off the hook.
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    Yeah! You lost the AFC Championship! Eat crow... you big bully!
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    Bingo. The Jets had a hell of a season, and Ryan and Sanchez both did a great job. They have a lot to build on going forward; I'm sure the loss hurts, but in the long-term view of things, there's no way that they aren't excited.
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    The only one who should get crowned for anything this season is Peyton Manning. Much as I hate him and am sick of him, you have to be a fool not to admit he is the best QB of this decade, Tom Brady included.
    The other thing to take out of these playoffs is that the Jets are the hands-down favorites to win our Div for at least the next 2 yrs. The only weak link is the QB and the Colts loss was his coming-of-age game. My Pats wouldn't have stood a chance against either team and will probably be at more of a disadvantage next year.
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