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    Patrick Sullivan

    Wagers & Lagers 2015 Week 11

    That was a reference to the fact that I probably have NEVER in all of W&L history NOT taken the... Go to last post

    Patrick Sullivan 11-24-2015 04:07 PM

    Wagers & Lagers 2015 Week 11

    The Bills played amazing defense. That said....

    Give us a break. Injuries are all over the... Go to last post

    Amy 11-24-2015 02:52 PM
    Patrick Sullivan

    Wagers & Lagers 2015 Week 11

    Goddam Patriots can't just throttle everyone and get Operation EffYouGoodell over with. Driving me... Go to last post

    Patrick Sullivan 11-24-2015 02:05 PM

    The Water Cooler: Week 11

    The Pats D is legit. Malcolm Butler lives in his WR pocket. The Linebackers are good. And they... Go to last post

    iwatt 11-24-2015 10:49 AM
    Rich Gapinski

    Wagers & Lagers 2015 Week 11

    And now we have two pushes:

    RG: 3-3-2, 42-41-2 overall
    MK: 3-3-2, 41-42-2 overall
    PS: 2-4-2,... Go to last post

    Rich Gapinski 11-24-2015 10:34 AM

    The Water Cooler: Week 11

    I want to add two things about the Buffalo offense.

    1. It was nice to see them use Williams and... Go to last post

    ScottDCP 11-24-2015 09:56 AM

    The Water Cooler: Week 11

    2 things. Firs,t the Bills defense looked nearly amazing, The last drive in the first half ended on... Go to last post

    ScottDCP 11-24-2015 09:10 AM

    The Water Cooler: Week 11

    Early morning comments about last night:

    The Bills defense was amazing. It looked, for the... Go to last post

    Amy 11-24-2015 07:50 AM

    The Water Cooler: Week 11

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  • Meet the New Receiver, Same as the Old One

    We all know that Braylon Edwards and the New York Jets did not part on the most amicable of terms. We also know that Bryalon Edwards is prone to both saying and doing stupid things, for lack of a more blunt term. The combination of these two facts, one would assume, led to Edwards tweeting this on December 4:

    Quote Originally Posted by @OfficialBraylon
    "Don't blame Sanchez. I played there. Blame the idiots calling shots. Mark is a beast and will prove it when given a proper chance"
    Well, guess who's coming to dinner?

    That's right, Braylon Edwards is returning to the New York Jets after being claimed off of waivers; following his release from the Seattle Seahawks this past Monday. Edwards started the first game for Seattle this season against the Arizona Cardinals, but only managed to get on the field for more than twenty snaps on offense in one other game following that, ironically enough against the Jets in Week 10.

    The Jets were willing to let bygones be bygones due to the increasingly bleak options they have currently on the team. Santonio Holmes, their #1 receiver going into 2012, was lost for the season in Week 4 with a Lisfranc foot injury. Second-round pick from this past April, Stephen Hill, recently suffered a sprained LCL and will be out for the next couple weeks at least. A former fourth-round pick of the Miami Dolphins, Clyde Gates, was showing some potential before being sidelined indefinitely with a concussion. That left Jeremy Kerley and Chaz Schilens as the only healthy receivers on the team who have seen any meaningful playing time this year. Well, unless you ask Antonio Cromartie of course.

    So despite the Jets still somehow being mathematically alive for the Playoffs, you have to assume that Braylon Edwards is none too happy about reuniting with the same "idiots" who he believes have caused such a massive black hole of dysfunction, right?

    Quote Originally Posted by @OfficialBraylon
    It feels great to be going home. Thanks to all of jet nation that continuously supported me and pushed for me. I'm back and it's go time

    Comments 5 Comments
    1. Curtis's Avatar
      With three games left, there is still time for him to lead the league in drops again.
    1. Pruitt's Avatar
      A legend in his own mind.
    1. wxwax's Avatar
      Hey, maybe they can get Owens too.
    1. mkocs6's Avatar
      Braylon Edwards, to his credit, made good on a promise of providing scholarship money to Cleveland public school students for college even after his career turned very, very sour with the Browns. That said, he's still kind of an idiot.
    1. chris's Avatar
      He and the Jets are proving that it's not always opposites that attract....