Wednesday, January 20, 2010


A reminder that the Jets are fighting for a chance to the super bowl. They can use your support, this weekend.

They are on an incredible run winning 2 straight road playoff games.

This week they go against Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts. Hopefully, they can pull off an unbelievable upset. And make it to their first Super Bowl since 1969.

J-E-T-S Jets Jets Jets!


  1. I will not be offering my support to any of the remaining playoff teams except the Saints. Brett Favre doesn't deserve it (though Minnesota fans most certainly do), and I can't bring myself to support such huge AFC foes of the Pats as the Colts and Jets are...though I did not realize that Jets hadn't been to the Super Bowl since 1969...that's a long time.

    However, I will be in the city this weekend hoping to watch these games with whomever else wants to, hopefully accompanied by wings and beer.

  2. natural ice, your staying with me.

    panda bear, your offer to host is most generous but i would offer that a sports bar - w/ the associated fellow feeling of long suffering jets fan - would aid in the bird man of brooklyn's recovery.

  3. embrassing that i wrote your instead of you're - apologies to mr. schwartz (9th grade english teacher) in case you're reading.

  4. Don't feel too bad. I still have to think about its/it's every single time.

  5. Isn't your correct? Panda Bear's offer (possesive) not Panda Bear is offer (nonsensical).

  6. First your, not the second your.

    Your your your your your.

  7. Your all jackazzez.

    And second, Favre deserves some props. He's kind of a pimp. I mean, how is he so good? Amazing.

  8. i believe joe is correct, as was raju when he wrote the comment originally. you're is a contraction of you and are. certainly you did not mean "you are offer to host is most generous."

    -mr. schwartz

  9. No, the original Mr. Schwartz was correct.

    Raju was saying to Joe, "You are staying with me." Therefore, he could've contracted it to "you're staying".

    "Your staying" refers to Joe's staying.

  10. oh sorry, should'"""""ve read the comments a bit closer :)