2013 New York Jets

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  1. Thrashen

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    The ever-garrulous, liposuction-scarred Casteon monarch, Rex Ryan, has assembled his most contemptible compilation of extra-dark Negroes for his 2013 make-or-break season. Overall, the Jets intend to challenge the Duante Culpepper-lead Dolphins and the Aaron Brooks-lead Saints and manage to start 20/22 non-whites. The only caucasoid abnormalities both being interior offensive lineman (Mangold and Peterman)...

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    CAPTION: Wigger Rexy Tattoos Wife Wearing Sanchez Jersey

    Offensively, this comically-untalented, motley troop of loathsome losers is lead by the NFL's token Mexican with a superfluity for comical mistakes and dreadful play, Mark Sanchez. The lead-footed, brick-handed, rotund black TE, Jeff Cumberland, is apparently starter material, with has-been thug, Kellen Winslow, his backup...

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    CAPTION: Webster's Dictionary Defines "Plodding" (See Cumberland, Jeff)

    The Jets' all-chocolate starting receiving corps shall include the likes of 2[SUP]nd[/SUP] round pick Stephen Hill (who has legitimate speed but limited athleticism and nonexistent intangibles), the penciled-necked slot receiver, Jeremy Kerley, and "sire-o-illegitimate spawn" extraordinaire, Santonio Holmes. The tall, dominant, productive and speedy Lehigh University product, Ryan Spadola, is little more than a white laughing stock for Rex and his wigger coaching staff...

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    CAPTION: Spadola Pens Controversial Tweet

    Defensively, the ignoble, chicklet-toothed progeny of Buddy Ryan's African-venerating loins has managed (in two short seasons) to extricate white safeties Jim Leonhard and Eric Smith, talented run-stopping DT, Mike DeVito, and bury talented linebacker, Garrett McIntyre, behind various Negroes. McIntyre and DT Jake McDonough (who'll be promptly cut come September) are the only white men on the defensive roster...

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    CAPTION: McIntyre Forgotten Man in "Jew York Sh-tty"

    Will another loathsome squad (Steelers, 49ers, Bucs, Saints, Redskins, Bills?) rise to the occasion and challenge these repugnant 2013 Jets in having a starting 22 so replete with non-whites? May this squad continue their bottom-feeding traditions...may Rex Ryan finally get dismissed at season's end...and may the Jew York faithful abandon their jade-swathed corporate plantation laborers in droves...

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  2. Phall

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    Great post as usual, Thrashen (looks pristine now).

    I long for the Rich Kotite 1-15 era. The Jets struck a deal with Satan to stymie Tim Tebow in return for... being terrible forever. Glad that worked out for them.

    Nick Mangold seems like a great center, but he'll never make the Hall of Fame in a puke-green jersey. The Jets should call his obese sister to throw some smashmouth blocks or at least back up the sumos next to him on the offensive line.

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    Viable Jets backup linewoman, or perhaps starter(?)

    From a local perspective, there is no reason to follow the Jets unless Schadenfreude is your paraphilia of choice. I don't even think Jets fans are allowed to boo their absurd draft choices anymore (because now that's considered racist).

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  3. Don Wassall

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    Jets owner Woody Johnson is a prominent contributor to the Republican Party, so he's an NFL owner who isn't Jewish and theoretically is "conservative," yet has no problems with the Jets challenging the Steelers for the league's always feverishly contested and cherished title of being recognized as "Africa's Team." Another example of why the GOP and "conservatives" are just as much a part of the problem when it comes to race and most other issues as are the "liberals."

    It's going to be easier than ever to root against Johnson and Caste buffoon Rex Ryan this season, and they are likely to provide lots of laughs with their inept offense and continuing "locker room problems." But what else could a rational person expect when the likes of the oft-arrested and perpetually injured Santonio Holmes were rewarded by being made a team captain? Holmes is no longer a captain, but he's still injured, still wildly overpaid, still grousing, and still on the team.
     
  4. TwentyTwo

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    Thrashen...epic post as usual! Do the Jets really think they have a chance for the playoffs??

    Thanks for posting Spadola's tweet! WR Zach Rogers is another undrafted rookie free-agent. Hoping at least one of them can land on the final roster...

    OLB Garrett McIntyre could easily be a starter! LB-Nick Bellore should land on special teams again...he caught a 23 yard pass from Tim Tebow on a fake punt last season.
     
  5. Don Wassall

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    Gotta like how Weenieworld describes Bilal Powell, who currently sits atop the Jets depth chart at running back. Gee, if Powell is a "plodding, third-string caliber back with zero big-play ability," the obvious question is why then is the league 99%+ black at the running back position. Aren't there any White running backs who can get a job in the NFL as plodding, third-string caliber players with zero big play ability? Does this mean that Bilal Powell is better than virtually every White running back in the U.S. over the past 30 years?

    Wait, didn't the Jets have Danny Woodhead but never gave him an opportunity? And some other White running backs several years ago (Josh Davis, Sean Bennett, Nick Hartigan and Chad Brinker come to mind), none of whom got the chance to be even plodding backups with no big play ability. Hmm, don't tell me this league that prides itself on "diversity" and "inclusion" might be actively practicing racial discrimination. Just can't be possible, the NFL is a pure, color-blind institution that believes in a level playing field.


    Bilal Powell is listed as the No. 1 tailback on the Jets' initial training camp depthc chart. For some perspective on the worthlessness of these pre-preseason depth charts, the Packers listed DuJuan Harris as their starting running back and he hasn't even practiced in training camp. Powell will be overtaken quickly once Chris Ivory's hamstring heals up. Powell offers some versatility, but is a plodding, third-string caliber back with zero big-play ability. The Jets didn't trade a fourth-round pick for Ivory to sit him behind Bilal Powell.
     
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  6. joegoofinoff

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    I actually think Ryan is a mental case. Think he'll be gone by mid year.

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  7. Thrashen

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    Spadola had a 22-yard TD catch and caught this 70-yard bomb from Matt Simms last night…

    http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-game-...t-Sims-completes-70-yard-pass-to-Ryan-Spadola

    After arch-scum WR Santonio Holmes (who’ll likely be ready for Week #1), Spadola is currently behind the putrid likes of bust Stephen Hill, the diminutive Jeremy Kerley, former #1 round busts Braylon Edwards and Mohammed Massaquoi, and former Seahawk retread, Ben Obamanu. Perhaps Rex Ryan will wise up and give Spadola a spot over one of these stupendous losers?

    By my count, the Jets will start 20/22 non-whites this season (Mangold and Peterman on the OL), making them the darkest overall squad in the NFL for 2013. With Geno Smith at the helm and their overall lack of talent, they should be a 2-3 win squad.
     
  8. bigunreal

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    Again, we have a white WR in a perfect position to become a starter, if the coaches had any thought of playing the best players and/or dedicating their efforts to winning games. Spadola should have earned a starting job early on, amidst that unspeakable group of "talent" the Jets have.

    Compare this with the Patriots instantly anointing undrafted Kenbrell Thompkins as a starting WR, in a group far more talented than the Jets have. Meanwhile, Austin Collie is apparently not even going to make the 49ers, which was the perfect landing spot for him to get playing time. The same goes for both the now cut Sam McGuffie and the almost certain to be cut Connor Barwin, who somehow can't get the coaches' attention among that sterling receiving "talent" the Raiders possess.
     
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    After cutting Stephen Peterman, the Jets now project 21/22 black starters. Amazingly, they will give a smaller percentage of playing time to whites than the NBA's Knicks and Nets.
     
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    A paragraph concerning Peterman's release...

    Their starting 22 may still include two whites, as guard Brian Winters will supposedly take Peterman’s position. As the blurb mentioned, he’s apparently battling sumo Vlad Ducasse for the job. As Phall mentioned, if Ducasse wins out, it will leave the Jets with 1/22 white starters (center, Nick Mangold) for opening day.

    This is rivaled only by the Aaron Brooks-lead Saints, the Jake Plummer-lead Cardinals, and the Duante Culpepper-lead Dolphins, all of whom dropped to 1/22 or 2/22 in the early/mid 2000’s. Mangold has gotten injured in the past, so perhaps we could even witness the NFL’s first “All-Black Starting 22?”

    When the perma-odious Steelers dropped to 7-8 total whites on their roster back in 2011, I kind of wished they’d go “all the way black”… if only as a social experiment of sorts to gauge just how much Africanization the bottom-feeding slobs in “Steeler Nation” could withstand before experiencing a racial awakening. I never thought I'd miss Mark Sanchez...

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    The Buddy Ryan coached Arizona Cardinals of 1995 had 20 to 21 black starters. Safety Terry Hoage started at times, and they had a White quarterback, name escapes me right now. That was it. Ricky Proehl was on the team during Ryan's first season in 1994 but he was purged before the 1995 season.

    Thankfully Ryan was canned after two seasons with the Cardinals, which was his last head coaching job. He of course passed the Caste torch to his buffoonish son Rex, while his twin brother Rob may yet be hired to run a team or two.
     
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    I had no idea how much the DWF's hated Sanchez. I saw a poll on ESPN that said 13% want Sanchez to be the starter, 34% want Smiff, and 53% said they don't care. Smiff got three times as many votes as Sanchez in almost every state. For the first time I'll be rooting for Sanchez to succeed this season.
     
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    Jets released WR Braylon Edwards.

    Edwards was in the middle of a workmanlike camp before going down with a leg injury last week. He missed Saturday's regular season dress rehearsal, sealing his fate. Edwards was outlasted on the roster by UDFA WR Ryan Spadola, which can't be a good sign for his future. On the wrong side of 30 and three years removed from his last worthwhile campaign, Edwards is near the end.


    Rotoworld's logic is if you can't beat out an UDFA cracka then you must really suck. There is no possibility to them that Spadola might acutally be REALLY good and that Edwards is simply an inferior player. Nope injuries did him in. At least this is a good sign for Spadola's chances of making the team.
     
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    I saw a lot of Braylon Edwards when he played at Michigan. He was the typical "superstar" black college receiver. The passing offense consisted of throwing to him time after time and eventually using his size he would come up with a long pass or two and thus be treated like he was something great. If the same thing was done with talented White receivers, especially tall ones-because college d-backs are almost without exception midgets, then they too would have big stats and huge numbers. It really is all about who they want the play to go to.

    He actually had one good season in the NFL then became a poster child for those supposedly talented black receivers that can't catch a cold. His drops were ridiculous. It's amazing that someone would even give him a shot after he went two years dropping everything in sight.

    Whenever I see someone like Edwards endlessly recycled I have to wonder what is really going on? Is it the old game film the coaches are watching? Does he look good on a practice field, in the locker room? Some personal charisma. I tend to think it's all some image White coaches have of what a black receiver should look like. Kinda like how some woman are attracted to a guy that treats them like sh*t, but they keep going back to the same kind of guy. Call it Caste-Abused coach syndrome.
     
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    Some good points in this thread. Another thing I want to bring up -- which may or not be relevant -- is there have been constant rumors that Braylon Edwards and ex-Jet Kerry Rhodes where both homosexuals and were not liked by teammates anywhere they went. Supposedly Edwards' "game" began to slip after these rumors started floating around several years ago.

    Rhodes, who the Jets let go because of off-field issues and lack of work ethic, is most certainly on the "down-low"

    http://bossip.com/787570/bossip-exc...ose-more-proof-of-their-freaky-down-low-love/

    http://bossip.com/762075/down-low-n...ged-and-getting-married-to-a-woman-this-june/
     
  16. white is right

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    No doubt about the skinny guy being light in the loafers. He makes Ru Paul look like Barry White.....:thumbdown:
     
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    Geno Smiff named jets starter week 1
     
  18. Leonardfan

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    Yea I saw that - he is going to flop. Simms may very well be the starter by mid season.
     
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    Looking at the Jets roster, Ryan Spadola currently has only Jeremy Kerley and Stephen Hill ahead of him at WR. Kerley is a decent possession receiver, while Hill has perhaps the worst hand-eye coordination in a league filled with hands of stone receivers. There's still Santonio Holmes, the perpetually injured former "captain" of Rex the Buffoon's plantation, but he's not much of a threat as he may play little again this season. And then there's Clyde Gates, whose hands are almost as bad as Hill's and who is just as poor a route runner, who previously flopped with the Dolphins.

    Spadola has a decent chance to make a splash as a rookie if the Jets have a quarterback who can get him the ball.
     
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    Hahaha ... that won't stop the buffoonish Fireman Ed or whatever his name is from leading those inane J-E-T-S cheers.
     
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    Surprisingly, the loathsome 2013 installment of the NY Jets permitted 14 whites to “grace” their 53-man roster, with three white starters (C Nick Mangold, FB Tommy Bohanon, and OLB Garrett McIntyre)…

    QB – Simms, Quinn
    RB – Bohanon
    WR – Spadola
    TE – Reuland
    OL – Mangold, Winters, Schlauderaff
    DE – Solomon
    OLB – McIntyre
    LB – Bellore
    P – Malone
    K – Folk
    LS - Tanner

    The most shocking roster inclusions were WR Ryan Spadola and DE Scott Solomon, who was signed two days ago. I’d never heard of Solomon during his time at Rice, but I remember him making the Titans roster last season as a rookie...

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    The chants for Simms will start by the end of the 1st half....
     
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    You've been watching way too much TV if you think that any DWFs, let alone the ones in New York, are going to ever chant for a white backup QB to replace a magical quotaback.

    Just read on Rotoworld that Sanchez is expected to miss at least two weeks due to his "bruised shoulder." As the idiot who wrote the blurb tells us, Smiff may have "run away with the job" by then. Well, all he has to do to "run away" as the starter is to remain breathing after the game. Quotabacks aren't benched, except for other quotabacks.

    Poor Mark Sanchez. Fresh off last season, in which he became more non-white by the minute, as the msm placed all its anti-Tebow chickens in his basket. Now, with Smiff there, Sanchez has become noticeably whiter. It's almost like he's Kevin Kolb's cousin or something.

    Funny how things work, isn't it? Once again, we see a few hyped up "competitions" between white and black QBs, and as always happens, the black guys win. In the case of Smiff and Manuel both, they had looked woeful in camp (thus the near absence of superlatives in the msm about their limitless upside), and it seemed a foregone conclusion they'd both start out on the bench. Guess again.

    First, Kevin Kolb suffers the most mysterious concussion in medical history, resulting in what will apparently be his retirement. Meanwhile, we've just been assured that Manuel has miraculously fought back from his own injury, using those incredible quick healing black genes, to be named the week 1 starter.

    Then, Sanchez suffers yet another very fortuitous injury, after inexplicably being inserted late in a meaningless preseason game. Shockingly, he isn't going to recover as quickly as Manuel did. I know it's hard to believe, but somehow, the incredibly unimpressive Smiff still managed to "win" the job.

    Finally, of course, even in a "battle" that wasn't even considered a "battle," the quotaback wins. Terrelle Pryor, whom even the "journalists" have considered something of a joke, needed nothing more than a single, halfway decent preseason game, coupled with one halfway bad performance from Matt Flynn, to be handed the starting job.

    Yeah, it's going to be a long season.
     
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    "You've been watching way too much TV if you think that any DWFs, let alone the ones in New York, are going to ever chant for a white backup QB to replace a magical quotaback."

    BigUnreal with respect, What I wrote is a lock. I'm around Jet fans a lot. They are the most "woe is me" pessimistic fan there is, they have a reason to be. Also Wayne Chrebet was a star here, so much so that it messed up Keyshawn Johnson's head. Chad Pennington also started over the "athletic" Brad Smith even with his injuries.

    BigUnreal I enjoy your posts here and I hope you win your bets this weekend...
     
  25. Leonardfan

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    I am hoping Smiff falls on his face this season and Simms gets a shot. Simms was probably the best QB of the preseason. I watched Smiff's game where he threw 3 ints in a half of football - he played exactly as he did at WVU only difference is that he wasn't playing a crappy big 12 defense (he struggled against the good big 12 defenses). He's a bum and will collapse in New York.

    I really see Smiff being nothing but mediocre. Hopefully he flops and they get another quotaback next year to displace Smiff.

    I really home at some point during the season Simms gets a shot as a starting QB.
     

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