Which streak will be longer.

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    Which streak will be longer.

    Red Sox's 86 years to win the WS or the Jet's to win the SB which is now at 44 years. I am betting the Jet's will break the record.

     
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    Re: Which streak will be longer.

    Red Sox didn't hold any record, there are always the Cubs going on 106 years now. There are NFL teams with longer droughts than the NYJ also, Lions and Browns for two.

     
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    Re: Which streak will be longer.

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    Red Sox didn't hold any record, there are always the Cubs going on 106 years now. There are NFL teams with longer droughts than the NYJ also, Lions and Browns for two.

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    Well the jets will have a chance if Rex coaches tbst long lol

     
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    Re: Which streak will be longer.

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    Red Sox didn't hold any record, there are always the Cubs going on 106 years now. There are NFL teams with longer droughts than the NYJ also, Lions and Browns for two.

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    Which brings up a different way of framing this. Will the Lions or Browns reach a SB before the Jets do? leaving the Jets with the longest appearance drought. 

    Very hard to say. All these teams nead a franchise QB to get there and in the case of the Lions a new coach, which I believe we will see next season.

     
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    Re: Which streak will be longer.

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    Red Sox didn't hold any record, there are always the Cubs going on 106 years now. There are NFL teams with longer droughts than the NYJ also, Lions and Browns for two.

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    Which brings up a different way of framing this. Will the Lions or Browns reach a SB before the Jets do? leaving the Jets with the longest appearance drought. 

    Very hard to say. All these teams nead a franchise QB to get there and in the case of the Lions a new coach, which I believe we will see next season.

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    are the Browns Lions Jaguars and Texans the only current franchises to never have appeared in a Super Bowl?

     
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    Re: Which streak will be longer.

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    Red Sox didn't hold any record, there are always the Cubs going on 106 years now. There are NFL teams with longer droughts than the NYJ also, Lions and Browns for two.

     



    Which brings up a different way of framing this. Will the Lions or Browns reach a SB before the Jets do? leaving the Jets with the longest appearance drought. 

     

    Very hard to say. All these teams nead a franchise QB to get there and in the case of the Lions a new coach, which I believe we will see next season.

     




    are the Browns Lions Jaguars and Texans the only current franchises to never have appeared in a Super Bowl?

     



    Jets as well since it was pre NFL merger. Chiefs, too. 

    The NFL wasn't officially formed until 1970. Prior to that there were two leagues with the AFL an experimental league from 1960-1969.

    The Super Bowl was an idea between the two leagues, really to throw a bone to the AFCL which was a new league at the time.

    The Lions and Browns for example won numerous NFL championships, pre merger.

    The Jets are really quite the loser franchise, actually. The Jaguars have as many division titles (2) than the NY Jets since 1995, the year the Jaguars came into the league.

    LMAO

     

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    so technically Jets and Chiefs yes and practically those 4 others...Browns and Jags at least been to AFCCG but not Texans tho to be fair haven't been around long...Lions ever in NFCCG? I don't believe so or it was a long time ago

     
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    Re: Which streak will be longer.

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    Red Sox didn't hold any record, there are always the Cubs going on 106 years now. There are NFL teams with longer droughts than the NYJ also, Lions and Browns for two.

     



    Which brings up a different way of framing this. Will the Lions or Browns reach a SB before the Jets do? leaving the Jets with the longest appearance drought. 

     

    Very hard to say. All these teams nead a franchise QB to get there and in the case of the Lions a new coach, which I believe we will see next season.

     




    are the Browns Lions Jaguars and Texans the only current franchises to never have appeared in a Super Bowl?

     

     

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    Jets as well since it was pre NFL merger. Chiefs, too. 

    The NFL wasn't officially formed until 1970. Prior to that there were two leagues with the AFL an experimental league from 1960-1969.

    The Super Bowl was an idea between the two leagues, really to throw a bone to the AFCL which was a new league at the time.

    The Lions and Browns for example won numerous NFL championships, pre merger.

    The Jets are really quite the loser franchise, actually. The Jaguars have as many division titles (2) than the NY Jets since 1995, the year the Jaguars came into the league.

    LMAO

     

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    so technically Jets and Chiefs yes and practically those 4 others...Browns and Jags at least been to AFCCG but not Texans tho to be fair haven't been around long...Lions ever in NFCCG? I don't believe so or it was a long time ago

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    Lions in the 1991 NFC Title game if I am not mistaken vs the Skins in Washington. They actually had a very commendable team that year. They just had no chance vs the juggernaut Skins that year. First time they made the postseason since 1983.

    They also had a good team in the strike shortened 1982 season and lost in the divisionals to the Skins that year.

     

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    got it!

     
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  12. You have chosen to ignore posts from MeadowlandMike. Show MeadowlandMike's posts

    Re: Which streak will be longer.

    Wow! Look at the obsession with the Jets here. I guess the euphoria of the pats playing in their superbowl didn't last long

     

     
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    Re: Which streak will be longer.

    Wow! Look at the obsession with the Jets here

     

    Speaking of obsessions.............................

     
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    Re: Which streak will be longer.

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    Hiya Bustchise!  Found it within yourself to sign out today as Phat Virgin and Bunglow Bill, huh?

    Isn't that special for us!

    Embarrassed enough yet with your Jetsie laughingstock franchise?

    What does it feel like to have other poor franchises actually have a better resume than yours now in the cap era? Hmm?

    LMAO

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    Yaaaaaaawn. Ah yes. Your other obsession... who all is bustchise. So sad. Imagine if you spent 1/10 the amount of time watching football as you do accusing all the bdcers that mock your idocy as being bustchise. You might be just 1/10 less of the biggest idiot. 

    Working from the home office today?

     
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    Re: Which streak will be longer.

     

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    Wow! Look at the obsession with the Jets here. I guess the euphoria of the pats playing in their superbowl didn't last long

     



    Who has a Jets obsession?...just a strange young man from Jersey named BUST-CHISE...to quote the old Cheers song...
    "You wanna go where everybody knows your name......."

    And everyone does....and you know that too....

    Now...The NY Jets...44 years of utter futility and counting...the most truthful and probative comment on the NFL on this board today...

     
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    Re: Which streak will be longer.

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    In response to DeadAhead's comment:
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    Hiya Bustchise!  Found it within yourself to sign out today as Phat Virgin and Bunglow Bill, huh?

    Isn't that special for us!

    Embarrassed enough yet with your Jetsie laughingstock franchise?

    What does it feel like to have other poor franchises actually have a better resume than yours now in the cap era? Hmm?

    LMAO

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    Yaaaaaaawn. Ah yes. Your other obsession... who all is bustchise. So sad. Imagine if you spent 1/10 the amount of time watching football as you do accusing all the bdcers that mock your idocy as being bustchise. You might be just 1/10 less of the biggest idiot. 

    Working from the home office today?

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    I took the week off like most full time employees have this week.

    What are the big movies so far during the holiday season, Bustchise?

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    He's been crying to the mods again...wanting to assasinate Mel once again...uh-uh-UHHHHH...the Laughing Lizard will live forever!!!

     
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    Re: Which streak will be longer.

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    Red Sox didn't hold any record, there are always the Cubs going on 106 years now. There are NFL teams with longer droughts than the NYJ also, Lions and Browns for two.

     



    Which brings up a different way of framing this. Will the Lions or Browns reach a SB before the Jets do? leaving the Jets with the longest appearance drought. 

     

    Very hard to say. All these teams nead a franchise QB to get there and in the case of the Lions a new coach, which I believe we will see next season.




    are the Browns Lions Jaguars and Texans the only current franchises to never have appeared in a Super Bowl?

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    Jets as well since it was pre NFL merger. Chiefs, too. 

    The NFL wasn't officially formed until 1970. Prior to that there were two leagues with the AFL an experimental league from 1960-1969.

    The Super Bowl was an idea between the two leagues, really to throw a bone to the AFCL which was a new league at the time.

    The Lions and Browns for example won numerous NFL championships, pre merger.

    The Jets are really quite the loser franchise, actually. The Jaguars have as many division titles (2) than the NY Jets since 1995, the year the Jaguars came into the league.

    LMAO

     

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    Not an experimental league.  A competitor.

    Not AFCL  but AFL.  

    Never thought about it as throwing a bone.  The NFL realized that the AFL wasn't going away.  This was a way for the NFL to control the new league through expansion rather than competing with the AFL

    Jets were the Titans who sucked.  Changed their name to rhyme with Mets

     
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    Re: Which streak will be longer.

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    Red Sox didn't hold any record, there are always the Cubs going on 106 years now. There are NFL teams with longer droughts than the NYJ also, Lions and Browns for two.

     



    Which brings up a different way of framing this. Will the Lions or Browns reach a SB before the Jets do? leaving the Jets with the longest appearance drought. 

     

    Very hard to say. All these teams nead a franchise QB to get there and in the case of the Lions a new coach, which I believe we will see next season.

     




    are the Browns Lions Jaguars and Texans the only current franchises to never have appeared in a Super Bowl?

     

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    Jets as well since it was pre NFL merger. Chiefs, too. 

    The NFL wasn't officially formed until 1970. Prior to that there were two leagues with the AFL an experimental league from 1960-1969.

    The Super Bowl was an idea between the two leagues, really to throw a bone to the AFCL which was a new league at the time.

    The Lions and Browns for example won numerous NFL championships, pre merger.

    The Jets are really quite the loser franchise, actually. The Jaguars have as many division titles (2) than the NY Jets since 1995, the year the Jaguars came into the league.

    LMAO

     

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    Not an experimental league.  A competitor.

    Not AFCL  but AFL.  

    Never thought about it as throwing a bone.  The NFL realized that the AFL wasn't going away.  This was a way for the NFL to control the new league through expansion rather than competing with the AFL

    Jets were the Titans who sucked.  Changed their name to rhyme with Mets

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    I do know that Al Davis as Commissioner of AFL did start raiding NFL teams and drove up the price for draftees by giving big signing bonuses as did the WHA and ABA in their sports...the Jets win in SB III probably just hastened the inevitable as it became economically more viable to join forces rather than compete...btw even tho Davis was a driving force behind the merger he was always bitter that he wasn't chosen NFL Commissioner as Rozelle was retained...he won the battle but lost the war

     
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    Re: Which streak will be longer.

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    Red Sox's 86 years to win the WS or the Jet's to win the SB which is now at 44 years. I am betting the Jet's will break the record.

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    never happen. Joe willie sold his soul to lucifer to win that game. and  if Shula would have put Johnny U in at halftime jets would have lost

     

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