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Old 08-11-2010, 10:18 PM   #1
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2010 Hard Knocks on HBO: The Jets

A bit unrelated to the Redskins, but I am watching the new season of Hard Knocks with the Jets. Just thought I would open up a new thread to discuss the show for those that are watching. Pretty interesting insight to training camps.

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Re: 2010 Hard Knocks on HBO: The Jets

I haven't watched a lot of the previous Hard Knocks, but I just watched the first episode and I will say I'm into it now. Even though it's not the Skins playing, I'd rather watch a different team on there because I don't want the Skins to have that constance presence of cameras around as they're trying to get down to business.

I like Rex Ryan too, he's got a great attitude haha. I can definitely see where KSK got their impression of him with how he acted in this first episode. Looking forward to watching the rest of the episodes, especially the one after they play the 'Skins in the preseason, just to get a little insight as to how opponents prepare for us, even if it is only preseason.
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Old 08-11-2010, 11:35 PM   #3
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I haven't watched a lot of the previous Hard Knocks, but I just watched the first episode and I will say I'm into it now. Even though it's not the Skins playing, I'd rather watch a different team on there because I don't want the Skins to have that constance presence of cameras around as they're trying to get down to business.

I like Rex Ryan too, he's got a great attitude haha. I can definitely see where KSK got their impression of him with how he acted in this first episode. Looking forward to watching the rest of the episodes, especially the one after they play the 'Skins in the preseason, just to get a little insight as to how opponents prepare for us, even if it is only preseason.
I think I caught one or two episodes of the season with the Ravens. I am def into it too, it was an interesting episode, even my wife watched a little bit and found it interesting as well.
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Re: 2010 Hard Knocks on HBO: The Jets

I like the show myself it really lets you get a feel for players personal side...
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I haven't watched a lot of the previous Hard Knocks, but I just watched the first episode and I will say I'm into it now. Even though it's not the Skins playing, I'd rather watch a different team on there because I don't want the Skins to have that constance presence of cameras around as they're trying to get down to business.

I like Rex Ryan too, he's got a great attitude haha. I can definitely see where KSK got their impression of him with how he acted in this first episode. Looking forward to watching the rest of the episodes, especially the one after they play the 'Skins in the preseason, just to get a little insight as to how opponents prepare for us, even if it is only preseason.
Good luck, I too will be pulling for you guys. I hope you won't be to taken back by Jets fans they can be a bit much imho.
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Re: 2010 Hard Knocks on HBO: The Jets

doesn't this show prove that these guys are just regular guys, with a little bit different job? this show is bad ass
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I know Rex Ryan is a cocky SOB, I used to hate the guy but after that episode last night I think I'm becoming a fan.
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Re: 2010 Hard Knocks on HBO: The Jets

Anyone else get the impression that Joe Namath was a bit of an annoyance to the coaches when he was watching tape with them and breaking down Sanchez and the way he holds his hands on the snap? Even Sanchez seemed a little put off by him.
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Re: 2010 Hard Knocks on HBO: The Jets

hmmm... I have the this episode at home on DVR to watch at lunch sounds like it was a good one.
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I watched it and watch it every year. Ryan is one arrogant SOB. I mean he's over board with it. It's nice being confident and all but he's gotta realize that this is the NFL and you're not going to just roll in and beat everyones ass just cause you talk a lot of shit. It's going to be a lot different this year cause now they're expected to do well.
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Anyone else get the impression that Joe Namath was a bit of an annoyance to the coaches when he was watching tape with them and breaking down Sanchez and the way he holds his hands on the snap? Even Sanchez seemed a little put off by him.
Sanchez couldn't get the snap when it started raining, I found that pretty funny. JN was just trying to help out I didn't pick up on him annoying anyone.

On another topic Kris Jenkins, (who was a 4-3 tackle and switched to the nose when he joined the Jets) is a pure beast. That was good stuff on those goal line drills.
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Anyone else get the impression that Joe Namath was a bit of an annoyance to the coaches when he was watching tape with them and breaking down Sanchez and the way he holds his hands on the snap? Even Sanchez seemed a little put off by him.
10 fumbles and 20 INTs with the league's best offensive line and running game last year.

He's a turnover machine. I'm SO happy he's not here. We likely would not have McNabb now either.
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Re: 2010 Hard Knocks on HBO: The Jets

I missed this last night need to catch a replay or see if it is OnDemand.

I didn't realize that Sanchez was such a turn over machine last year. With those numbers we may not have won 4 games...
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Well, that proves that with a solid O-line, any QB can win. If JC had that line...Pro Bowl. Sanchez was HORRIBLE and they nearly went to the SB. The Jets' GM was like the Anti-Cerrato.
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Well, that proves that with a solid O-line, any QB can win. If JC had that line...Pro Bowl. Sanchez was HORRIBLE and they nearly went to the SB. The Jets' GM was like the Anti-Cerrato.
but he was not horrible in the playoffs. the guy was a rookie and only started one full year in college. it's a little too early to judge sanzhez. peyton manning threw something like 28 ints his first year.
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