Being Ravaged by the 49ers
Tough Loss to the Patsies
Dominated by the Patsies in "The Buttfumble" game
Barely beating the Cardinals and watching Marky Mark get benched
Titans Ending Our Season
All of the above times I cried and I'm not afraid to admit it.
Just excited to watch Coples and Wilk play tbh.
Sanchez throws for 600, 6 TDs and is the starting QB next year.
Our 2013 starting RB is playing in this game... for the Bills. /bold preditions
Is this a shot at redemption for Sanchez, or is he gone regardless?
I can't answer the poll. There is no option for real men don't cry.
-Sun TzuLet your plans be dark and impenetrable as night, and when you move, fall like a thunderbolt.
Normally I dedicate my Sundays to football, but this weekend ill make an exception. Hate mark hate the fact were not in the playoffs. Hate sparano really hate tebow and most of all I HATE the fact I can't watch Moe tear it up. There's really nothing to watch for lol
The last time I cried over a Jet Game was the 1981 Wildcard Playoff home-game against the Bills.
The 1st play - a kick-off to US, was fumbled and the Bills ran it in for a TD - HOWEVER - we played tough, and in the final seconds of the game - Richard Todd had driven us down inside the Bill's 10 yard line, and we had ALL the momentum, and looked like we couldn't be stopped, and then Todd threw it in the end zone to a wide open........Buffalo Player - INT - game over, and I actually cried. I was in my 1st year of Medical School, and as soon as the game was over, I was going with my girlfriend, and my pals skiing in Vermont for 4 days, and yet, we were all sitting in my Mom's little TV room, and I cried.
That was the last time I ever cried at a Jet Game, although I almost cried when we beat Buffalo, in Buffalo, a week after Dennis Byrd was paralyzed. I was at that game with my pals, and back in those days, the Bills ruled, and we were huge undertakers...I mean underdogs, and the team won it for Dennis, and I was moved, but didn't cry.
The day we lost to the Bills, I realized that I was taking all of this way too personal, and that I had no control over what happened with the Jets - AT ALL - and although I still get disappointed - mostly when our Jets just look inept, but I let it go because life is too short to get too upset about what my/our football team does - something that we have no control of.
This is an important lesson to learn if you're going to be a Jets Fan. All of you that know me here, know that I love our Jets, and especially Jet Fans, but I will never let what they do define who I am, our how I feel.
You know many of those self-loving Patriots Fans - that are all pumped up because the Patriots - Craft, Belichik, Brady really - have managed sustained regular season excellence - but believe me - those fans had NOTHING to do with it, and for many of them - that's the only thing they have going for them - and ultimately - they have failed miserably since 2004, and soon - I don't know when - Belichik and Brady will be gone, and if Craft can sustain the type of excellence in the regular season that they enjoy now - well that will be something - BUT EVEN SO - it will be Robert Craft, and his organization that did it, and NOT those Patriot Fans, that have assumed this sense of superiority.
Bills fans used to feel like that - many years ago now - and most of them have realized that they have to make sense, and value with their lives that doesn't come from football, OR BE MISERABLE, and if the Bills ascend to greatness once again - hopefully they will be happy, but not define themselves by someone else's success.
OK - enough! I hope you all had a peaceful, happy, healthy, and safe Holiday, and that the new year will continue to bring those blessings upon you.