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    2012 NFL Playoffs -- Now with New England Patriots, Ellis says New York Jets have 'no loyalty' - ESPN New York
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    I don't care about his sour grapes toward his former employer. I just want him to produce on the field this Sunday. Ward and Jacobs aren't going to tackle themselves.
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    I totally agree. I hope he brings his attitude to the field on Sunday.
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    You betcha! I know he'd love to wave a ring under the noses of some of those Jets f/o folks. I hope he gets it this Sunday. :rocker:
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    Yup. Would be nice if he replicated his 3 sack performance vs us last year for his final game.
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    After years of trying to beat them in the AFC East, Ellis said he now realizes why the Patriots have been so successful.
    
    "They just outwork everybody," he said.
    Nice.

    OT:Santino Holmes is a great captain for the Jets... :D
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    Ellis could show his loyalty to the Patriots by playing against the Giants the way he played against us in the 2010 divisional game.
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    "Jets suck"
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    I wonder if Ellis shared his thoughts about the great Patriot loyalty to players like Richard Seymour, Law, Milloy, amongst many others... :rolleyes:

    The Jets gave him 10+ years, he wasn't nearly worth the price the Pats paid him, he's been a mediocre player at best, and far overpaid as Pat.
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    Translation:

    "Jets fans cry like little girls"
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    The patriots gave them superbowl rings as parting gifts.
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    Translation, you are a little girl.
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    Take that back, you sexist pig. It's not true. They cry like the little babies they are, irregardless of gender.
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    I'm not the one playing "I know you are, but what am I?".... ;)
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    That should read "regardless of gender".

    :D

    But yeah..... word.
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    Maybe.. But no matter what, the Jets could never give Shaun Ellis this....

    [​IMG]

    But I am sure BB will re-evaluate his off season acquisitions, after the SB. SB is for Super Bowl. Not sure if Jets fans know what that is...
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    Man sure looks happy, doesn't he? :D
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    If you consult with Dictionary and Thesaurus - Merriam-Webster Online, their consensus is that "irregardless" is listed as a word in most dictionaries and is generally considered a synonym for "regardless", although it is considered less proper than "regardless." At any rate, thanks for the correction and I should have known better. Regardless, I stand by my claim that Jet fans cry like little babies, irregardless of their gender.
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    My English teachers would've whacked my hands with a yardstick for saying "irregardless". :rocker:

    But I'm just ribbing on you, bro. Good thought, yours!
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    Sure does Gwedd. It is like Shaun realized losing the AFC championship game, is not reaching the pinnacle of the NFL.

    There is this thing called the Super Bowl..

    ...But don't tell Jet fans..
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    Never thought this would happen but i'm gonna agree with the Jet fan on this.

    Patriots have no problems cutting ties with a player and Ellis hasn't been worth what we paid him.(unless he beasts the SB)
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    Law actually stated that he's chasing the highest salary offered because everyone in the family tree now lives in his basement (or did at the time of the quote), and Seymour demanded top dollar because a decent 3-4 end is a rare bird. We couldn't keep Sey and Vince, and that move was a no brainer for the brain trust even though many of us (yours truly included) went nuts when that trade happened.

    It's certainly easier to overpay when it's 4 or 5 mil than it is when it's 13 mil.
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    You know Deus, that's exactly what I read too.
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    Agreed 100%. He's still has the Jet Stink on him until he comes up big in a big game for the Patriots. Walk the Walk on the Big Stage first. Then, we'll enjoy the Talk.
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    He and G. Warren should know that this may be the only and last bite of the SB apple that they may get. They should play balls to the wall during this game.

    His feelings toward the Jets matters not this week.
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    Agreed (but I assume Ward is Bradshaw)
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    Hehe...this is exactly why i miss Andre Carter this week. He knows the Giants and i'm pretty sure he would be willing to break his back for that ring on sunday. Feel really bad for the guy.
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    The funny thing is that the Jets claimed (through sources) that they let Ellis go because they thought he would be a bad influence on the younger players. Yet, they paid Santonio Holmes a huge contract and he tore apart the locker room.
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    The problem with incorrect usage is that M-W finally wimps out and gives in to popular usages like irregardless, no matter how wrong they are. "Ir" usually means not. Regardless means not regarding; therefore irregardless means not not regarding. I haven't checked lately, but I suppose "unthaw" will ultimate show up in M-W along with a few other non-words that are in common usage.
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