The Jets......(A thread of laughs!)

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         The Jets are at it again! Though the Bucs have offered then their 13th overall pick for Revis, the Jets keep trying to up the price. But, since Tampa appears to be the only team interested in trading for Darrelle Revis, and taking on his sky high contract demands, they have little leverage. As Kenny Rogers once sang, "you got to know when to hold 'em, and know when to fold 'em." If they're not careful, Tampa may move on.

         The supposed asking price is now for Tampa's 1st, 3rd, and 5th rounders. To that, the Bucs should not merely say no...but hell no!: http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/04/17/bucs-now-balking-at-jets-price-for-revis/  

     
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    Wow, they should grab the 13th and run.  Yes, Revis is a top 10 player, but he's also coming off a major injury and has sky-high contract demands.  I personally wouldn't give up a top 20 pick for him.

     
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    Tebow tutor calls Sanchez “fragile-minded” Posted by Darin Gantt on April 17, 2013, 8:05 PM EDT New York Jets v Buffalo BillsGetty Images

    All last season, Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow never really reduced themselves to mud-slinging.

    Now, through the proxies of their private quarterback coaches, they’re taking shots at each other.

    Less than a week after Sanchez’s guy, Jeff Garcia called Tebow a “distraction,” Tebow’s guy has responded.

    Along with a rambling blog post titled “The Sabotage of the Quarterback,” Tebow tutor Steve Clarkson called Sanchez “fragile-minded” and said the trade from the Broncos to the Jets was done deliberately to wreck Tebow’s chances.

    I think he was purposefully sent to New York,” Clarkson said, via Mike Vorkunov of the Newark Star-Ledger. “From the standpoint: you send him to a situation where you have instability with your coach – you don’t know if he’s coming or going. You have a fragile-minded Mark Sanchez at quarterback. You stick Tim Tebow in there and you kill two birds with one stone. So if you’re Denver you’ve got to be thinking ‘We send him to New York we basically kill an opponent and at the same time Tim Tebow doesn’t come back to bite us in the proverbial butt, if you will, because he’s not going to make it out of there.’

    “You send him to Jacksonville, all of a sudden he’s got that fanbase behind him and all of a sudden he’s doing what he’s done all his life, that’s win games. That would put a lot of ill-will towards your organization. There is a lot of politics that go on with it. I think Timmy was just unfortunate to be in the wrong place at the wrong time.”

    Oh, of course.

    Other than the fact that John Elway saying Tebow was involved in the decision contradicts the thesis, it’s a perfectly valid conspiracy theory. The Umbrella Man said so.

    Clarkson also said he’s fixed Tebow’s mechanical issues, which he termed “very coach-able and very minor.”

    That assessment alone might undermine his claim.

     
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    Ah yes, the thread that keeps on giving.

     
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    In response to Rocky's comment:

    Tebow tutor calls Sanchez “fragile-minded” Posted by Darin Gantt on April 17, 2013, 8:05 PM EDT New York Jets v Buffalo BillsGetty Images

     

    All last season, Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow never really reduced themselves to mud-slinging.

    Now, through the proxies of their private quarterback coaches, they’re taking shots at each other.

    Less than a week after Sanchez’s guy, Jeff Garcia called Tebow a “distraction,” Tebow’s guy has responded.

    Along with a rambling blog post titled “The Sabotage of the Quarterback,” Tebow tutor Steve Clarkson called Sanchez “fragile-minded” and said the trade from the Broncos to the Jets was done deliberately to wreck Tebow’s chances.

    I think he was purposefully sent to New York,” Clarkson said, via Mike Vorkunov of the Newark Star-Ledger. “From the standpoint: you send him to a situation where you have instability with your coach – you don’t know if he’s coming or going. You have a fragile-minded Mark Sanchez at quarterback. You stick Tim Tebow in there and you kill two birds with one stone. So if you’re Denver you’ve got to be thinking ‘We send him to New York we basically kill an opponent and at the same time Tim Tebow doesn’t come back to bite us in the proverbial butt, if you will, because he’s not going to make it out of there.’

    “You send him to Jacksonville, all of a sudden he’s got that fanbase behind him and all of a sudden he’s doing what he’s done all his life, that’s win games. That would put a lot of ill-will towards your organization. There is a lot of politics that go on with it. I think Timmy was just unfortunate to be in the wrong place at the wrong time.”

    Oh, of course.

    Other than the fact that John Elway saying Tebow was involved in the decision contradicts the thesis, it’s a perfectly valid conspiracy theory. The Umbrella Man said so.

    Clarkson also said he’s fixed Tebow’s mechanical issues, which he termed “very coach-able and very minor.”

    That assessment alone might undermine his claim.

     



         LOL!!! Tebow was supposedly given the option by Denver of deciding whether he wanted to play with the Jets, or the Jaguars. Tim picked the Jets...even though he was told that he would be a back-up QB, there:

    http://www.nypost.com/p/blogs/backpage/back_page_why_did_tebow_pick_new_094pyZRfh2iE9SSFycES7J#axzz2QmLcuqjM  

     

     
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    Adam Schefter           Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter 20m

    Breakthrough: Jets have granted permission for CB Darrelle Revis to visit Tampa Bay and undergo a physical with the Buccanners, per sources.

     
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    Wow you can never get in this post. It is funny when your another login and see who they have on ignore.  If tb takes on Revis their beyond dumb and should be banished to the CFL. 

    If Revis comes back hurt you could hand cuff your team for years. Tb has a lot of holes and that pick could fill a lot of them if they could trade it down.  

     
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      Jason Cole Jason Cole @JasonColeYahoo

    Jets and Bucs have already agreed on the trade, Revis and Bucs have agreed on basic contract, deal should be finalized by tonight or Mon AM

     
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    Jets can now focus on fixing Sanchez (or at least playing out the string)   Posted by Mike Florio on April 22, 2013, 8:21 AM EDT New York Jets quarterback Sanchez is sacked by Miami Dolphins Wilson in the first quarter during their NFL football game in East RutherfordReuters

     

    Now that the New York Jets have exorcisedDarrelle Revis, they can focus on the “demons” that have haunted quarterbackMark Sanchez.

    Or they can watch the clock until the time comes that they can get rid of him.

    The “D” word came from ESPN analyst Trent Dilfer, in recent comments to Rich Cimini of ESPNNewYork.com.

    Dilfer believes new offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg can fix Sanchez, especially in the aftermath of the coordinator Dilfer calls “the worst hire ever.”

    “I was like, ‘Oh, my gosh, are you kidding me?’” Dilfer said of the decision by the Jets to hire Tony Sparano to run the offense in 2012.  “You’re talking about a defense-centric, offense-minimalizing coach.  It made you want to throw up in your mouth.”  (We don’t recall Dilfer articulating that opinion at the time the hire was made.  Given the vivid imagery, we likely would.)

    As a result, Dilfer now believes Sanchez has become possessed by the spirits of bad football.  And Dilfer fears it could be too late.

    “The demons might be too loud, they might be too much to overcome,” Dilfer said. “But at least now the guy has a chance.  I thought Marty was one of the best hires in a long time.”

    We’re not prepared to go quite that far, especially since the best approach to the 2013 Jets would have been to hit the reset button.  But since the Jets will be paying Sanchez $8.25 million whether he’s on the team or not this year, they can’t truly start over until they can get rid of Sanchez, with or without his demons.

    Given that the Jets at least mentioned to the Bucs the possibility of taking Sanchez’s contract in order to get Revis, it would be a surprise if 2013 is anything other than Sanchez’s last year in New York

     
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    http://forums.theganggreen.com/showthread.php?t=44696

     
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         The Jets just cannot get over that Butt-fumble...LOL! Owner Woody Johnson said that "we can't have a QB who fumbles." I guess that means goodbye to Mark Sanchez, and that the Jets have no plans to draft QB Geno "Fumble Machine" Smith: http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/04/25/woody-johnson-it-comes-down-to-the-qb-he-cant-fumble/

     
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    The hits keep coming for Geno Smith  

    Posted by Michael David Smith on May 3, 2013, 6:46 PM EDT Geno SmithAP

     

    Another day, another round of anonymous sources ripping new Jets quarterbackGeno Smith.

    This time the anonymous sources talked to ESPN.com, which quotes two people who work for NFL teams and who think Smith has character issues that will make life rough for him in his new NFL home.

    “He’s going to have a tough time in New York,” an NFC scout said. “Right now, he’s coming off as a spoiled, pampered brat.”

    Smith’s decision to fire his agents also has caused him to take some criticism from those who see it as a sign that he doesn’t stick it out when the going gets tough.

    “One of his perceived weaknesses is working through adversity,” an AFC personnel executive said.

    One of the problems Smith is having right now, as Mike Florio noted on PFT Live, is the very fact that he doesn’t have an agent. When players are taking heat in the media, it’s often the agent who gives him good public relations advice and helps him to beat back all the hits he’s taking. Smith could use someone whose job it is to look out for his interests, and he doesn’t have that right now.

    But what’s unclear is why so many unnamed sources — including those who revealed this week that Smith didn’t handle himself well in pre-draft interviews — are coming out of the woodwork right now, a week after Smith was drafted. It’s starting to feel like piling on.

    Whatever the reasons, Smith seems to have a lot of people around the league who don’t like him.

     
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    Shouldn't that be a "No Futures" contract?

    http://www.nypost.com/p/blogs/jetsblog/jets_cut_two_players_after_marijuana_iqDAn6UET8krnsCoNhtrsO?utm_campaign=OutbrainA&utm_source=OutbrainArticlepages&obref=obinsite

     

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