Jets Offense is really scary!...

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...say Rex. :coffee:

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.co...s-on-the-field-ryan-says-offense-looks-scary/

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Receiver Plaxico Burress joined the Jets on July 31. Before he could practice with the team, he twisted his ankle while working out on his own.
First a “tweak” and then a “classic” sprain, Burress hadn’t been able to practice until today.

On Wednesday, Burress made it onto the field. And coach Rex Ryan liked what he saw, now that Burress and Derrick Mason and Santonio Holmes were on the field at the same time.

“It looks scary,” Ryan said. “You have that group out there and then you have Dustin [Keller] at your tight end and either Shonn Greene or [LaDainian Tomlinson] in the backfield. That’s what we’ve been waiting for.”

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Whatever.


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Yes. Yes, they are. Also, just as scary:

hamster_football.jpg



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Yes. Yes, they are. Also, just as scary:

hamster_football.jpg



:coffee:

How do you get all these stupid little animals to wear these stupid little helmets? :LOL:

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How do you get all these stupid little animals to wear these stupid little helmets? :LOL:

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The internet. It's not just for porn anymore. :coffee: :p


I should have photoshopped the helmet and made it a Jets one for maximum effect, but meh, it's late and stuff. :)
 

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How do you get all these stupid little animals to wear these stupid little helmets? :LOL:

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Sanchez puts them on them before he...

Well, we don't need to get into that. He hasn't figured out how to get a little light on the top of it yet, though. :coffee:
 

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Sanchez puts them on them before he...

Well, we don't need to get into that. He hasn't figured out how to get a little light on the top of it yet, though. :coffee:


It was Brady with the goat...........right ??
 

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Yeah, that offensive line is probably scaring the crap out of Sanchez. eeek
 

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Jets Offense is really scary!...

...say Rex. :coffee:

I'm not sure if Rex meant it was scary to the opponents, or if he meant it would be scary to the Jets fans.

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I guess the key word in my op was "whatever". I am just worn out by his big fat yapper.

How would the press and the nfl fanbase have reacted if Belichick had run up to the mike (as soon as he saw it and as fast as he could) in, say, 2007 and chortled exuberantly, "Boy are we scary!. Look out world. We could go 16-0!"

Do we need to even answer?

Let me act like a paranoid Jets fan to explain it all. Belichick has made the the rest of the league look like children for 10+ years. Not just in winning (obviously) but in cap-management, draft pick acquisition, building a roster that year in and year out is strongest by far from 23-53 on the depth chart, dealing with malcontents, unloading supposed "irreplaceables" a year early and seeing them sure 'nough carp the bed the minute someone gets them into their camp thinking they jut got the better of bb, while bb takes the crappy 4th he only got for this stud, and picks up an over the hill problem child, say a randy moss (with the whole world laughing at him) rings his neck and squeezes fifty TD's out of him then chucks him aside (with media unsure whether to laugh at Bill some more or ridicule him) for a third round pick, while the new ex-patriot wanders off into the land of the last big bed carp.

Lot's of folks hate him, everyone's tired of him and then, along comes this loud mouth fat-a** who isn't gonna "kiss Bill's Rings" and "guarantees" (every year) they'll win the Superbowl.

So, because (and ONLY because) this obnoxious tool is targeting the Pats with his ill-conceived bravado, the Media and the fans, forget their knowledge of why, historically, shooting off your mouth is a strategic fail from the get-go, and instead embrace the buffoonery like acolytes at a Jim Jones Kool-Aid Mass proclaiming him to be "refreshing", "a breath of fresh air."

He's a good coach (and who knows, he might even defy the odds and actually win something) but a bad actor. And I just want the Bill to step on his throat and make him squeal like <strike>pig</strike> Jest.


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He's a good coach (and who knows, he might even defy the odds and actually win something) but a bad actor. And I just want the Bill to step on his throat and make him squeal like <strike>pig</strike> Jest.


Cheers, BostonTim

I'm pretty sure it's not an act (especially true if you refer to the actions of his brother and father). That's just his personality.

It's annoying to many, but thus far effective in motivating his team. As long as that is true, I imagine things will remain status quo.
 

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Rex is really a blowhard. Just go back to old "Hard Knocks" shows and listen to him talk about players and how they're going to be great and then you'll see what a blowhard he is. A lot of them aren't even with the team anymore.
 

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Rex is really a blowhard. Just go back to old "Hard Knocks" shows and listen to him talk about players and how they're going to be great and then you'll see what a blowhard he is. A lot of them aren't even with the team anymore.


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You better wise up, Sexy Rex...
 
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I'm pretty sure it's not an act (especially true if you refer to the actions of his brother and father). That's just his personality.

It's annoying to many, but thus far effective in motivating his team. As long as that is true, I imagine things will remain status quo.
By bad actor I don't mean he's a poor thespian. I mean he behaves badly. He talks way to much. He has no filter. He doesn't think about demeanor. And he disrespects the game with his constant yapping. I agree that he is who he is and won't stop until Woody unplugs the mike.

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Patriots to receive Madden Protectors Award Trophy

Posted Aug 15, 2011

The New England Patriots were selected as the NFL's best offensive line during the 2010 regular season. The Madden Protectors Award trophy will be formally delivered to the New England Patriots Training facility in Foxborough on Tuesday, August 16.

The New England Patriots were selected as the NFL's best offensive line during the 2010 regular season. The Madden Protectors Award Presented by Prilosec OTC recognizes the accomplishments of the highest performing offensive line unit and their best in class ability to provide consistent, powerful protection for their teammates. The winning O-Line was determined by a combination of fan voting and the expert analysis of Hall of Fame Coach John Madden. The Madden Protectors Award Trophy will be on display throughout the 2011 season at the hall at Patriot Place presented by Raytheon.

The Madden Protectors Award trophy will be formally delivered to the New England Patriots Training facility in Foxborough on Tuesday, August 16 and received by the Patriots offensive line.


Just for contrast, and because I didn't see it posted elsewhere. :toast:
 
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