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#1 Matthias

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Posted 24 December 2012 - 08:15 AM

Why are people hating on The Golden Calf of Bristol because he refused to play the Wildcat after being passed over to start yesterday? People hated The Golden Calf of Bristol because he was such a team player, and now when he finally stands up for himself, people complaining he's a hypocrite. They can't have it both ways. I'm excited he finally stood up for himself in New York. There's no question he was wrongly treated by the Jets, and that whole staff should be fired for the pathetic team their put out there this year.

I root for The Golden Calf of Bristol because he brings a "backyard" mentality to the game of football. I want to see him succeed in that style of play, to see how he can bring his team back in extraordinary ways. Again, I'm flabbergasted with the people complaining about The Golden Calf of Bristol's refusal to play the Wildcat. (A package most fans probably hate anyway)

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Posted 24 December 2012 - 08:22 AM

He's selfish, overhyped, entitled, and a prima donna.

Dude cant throw the football but because of his image the world is supposed to stop for him? FOH. Im sure he's cashing his paycheck this morning but he thinks he can tell his coaches what he can and cant do? He'll be out of the league in 2 years.

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Posted 24 December 2012 - 09:00 AM

His coaches were taking advantage of him. Then when they didn't want their pride to be hurt if The Golden Calf of Bristol played well, they started the third guy over him to save face. I'm glad The Golden Calf of Bristol refused to play the "wildcat". The Jets damaged his career by not letting him play, and show teams how much he's improved or gotten worse. Now I don't think a team who's looking for a QB would consider The Golden Calf of Bristol as a main option, but let the guy play so teams can see if he's improving.

I find it really funny how people are reacting to this. After the Jets treatment towards him. I find it laughable. It's comparable to people saying Chud did a good job with Cam Newton, and making plays "simple" for him to handle. They say The Golden Calf of Bristol will be out of the league in a year, yet when he finally does something to protect his career, they are up in arms against him. I'm not saying The Golden Calf of Bristol is a great QB in terms of NFL calibur, he's probably far from an average looking NFL QB, yet it seems people were waiting for something to get on The Golden Calf of Bristol about. It's so obvious, because what he did yesterday should be applauded.

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Posted 24 December 2012 - 09:12 AM

Why are people hating on The Golden Calf of Bristol because he refused to play the Wildcat after being passed over to start yesterday? People hated The Golden Calf of Bristol because he was such a team player, and now when he finally stands up for himself, people complaining he's a hypocrite. They can't have it both ways. I'm excited he finally stood up for himself in New York. There's no question he was wrongly treated by the Jets, and that whole staff should be fired for the pathetic team their put out there this year.

I root for The Golden Calf of Bristol because he brings a "backyard" mentality to the game of football. I want to see him succeed in that style of play, to see how he can bring his team back in extraordinary ways. Again, I'm flabbergasted with the people complaining about The Golden Calf of Bristol's refusal to play the Wildcat. (A package most fans probably hate anyway)


Wow...such spinning. Some of you need to go work for our media. You're ablility to spin is mind boggling. Why didn't he stand up from the begging and say NO! He claimed he wanted asked to be on the Jets and now things didn't work out, it's everyone else's fault.

Seriously, do you know what the meaning of taking responsibility means?

Has it dawned on you that The Golden Calf of Bristol isn't a real QB? Every coach who gets him has to implement some form of the wildcat to help him because he's bad.I should know. I watched every Jets game he was in. As a matter of fact, he was in one game for 5 minutes and refuse to throw the ball. 101 in being a QB.

The Golden Calf of Bristol has way more than his share of sympathy and that's a fact.

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Posted 24 December 2012 - 09:14 AM

His coaches were taking advantage of him. Then when they didn't want their pride to be hurt if The Golden Calf of Bristol played well, they started the third guy over him to save face. I'm glad The Golden Calf of Bristol refused to play the "wildcat". The Jets damaged his career by not letting him play, and show teams how much he's improved or gotten worse. Now I don't think a team who's looking for a QB would consider The Golden Calf of Bristol as a main option, but let the guy play so teams can see if he's improving.

I find it really funny how people are reacting to this. After the Jets treatment towards him. I find it laughable. It's comparable to people saying Chud did a good job with Cam Newton, and making plays "simple" for him to handle. They say The Golden Calf of Bristol will be out of the league in a year, yet when he finally does something to protect his career, they are up in arms against him. I'm not saying The Golden Calf of Bristol is a great QB in terms of NFL calibur, he's probably far from an average looking NFL QB, yet it seems people were waiting for something to get on The Golden Calf of Bristol about. It's so obvious, because what he did yesterday should be applauded.



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#6 Matthias

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Posted 24 December 2012 - 09:22 AM

Wow...such spinning. Some of you need to go work for our media. You're ablility to spin is mind boggling. Why didn't he stand up from the begging and say NO! He claimed he wanted asked to be on the Jets and now things didn't work out, it's everyone else's fault.

Seriously, do you know what the meaning of taking responsibility means?

Has it dawned on you that The Golden Calf of Bristol isn't a real QB? Every coach who gets him has to implement some form of the wildcat to help him because he's bad.I should know. I watched every Jets game he was in. As a matter of fact, he was in one game for 5 minutes and refuse to throw the ball. 101 in being a QB.

The Golden Calf of Bristol has way more than his share of sympathy and that's a fact.


The coaches wouldn't allow him to throw the ball for most of the plays he was in. The wildcat offense is primarily runs. The Golden Calf of Bristol wanted to go to the Jets because the coaches wanted him there. He was led to believe he was wanted there, and his position was the back up QB. Now if the starter is benched, shouldn't the back up QB be the next guy up? Tell me what happened yesterday? Beyond all that, The Golden Calf of Bristol wasn't played like he was led to believe by the coaches. In fact, he was despised from what we can tell.

No, The Golden Calf of Bristol is not a good QB, but he has leadership skills that can't be compared to most guys. He's not an accurate passer, but he can throw sometimes. I believe he can develop those kind of passes, and run the passing offense in a special way. Personally, I want to see The Golden Calf of Bristol succeed in his style of play, just to make things interesting in the game. Yet there is no question the Jets staff messed up The Golden Calf of Bristol's career, more than The Golden Calf of Bristol messed up his own. That is messed up.

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Posted 24 December 2012 - 04:40 PM

Hell yea he's getting slammed on NFL Live by Merril Hodge. Quote "The Golden Calf of Bristol's camp tells the Jets camp that he is unhappy? That is the biggest joke I've heard in a long time. He should be giving thank you cards to the Jets for giving him a chance to play on another team and to the Broncos for drafting him because this guy has no quarterback instincts at all."


IMO, the only way he is going to last in the league is switching to RB.

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Posted 24 December 2012 - 05:05 PM

I'll take him in Washington. We'll use him in the East Coast Pistol. Make him an H-back/quarterback hybrid.

Fine group of young quarterbacks right there. RG3, CK1 and double T The Golden Calf of Bristol.

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Posted 24 December 2012 - 05:13 PM

Unless the Jets specifically told The Golden Calf of Bristol that they would give him a chance to start at QB, then why is he complaining? This is the NFL and you get paid to do what the team tells you. If that team decides to waste 4th and 6th round picks on a personal punt protector/ backup running back, thats their call

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Posted 24 December 2012 - 07:45 PM

The Golden Calf of Bristol the fraud.
Walks the walk when the camera is on him.

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Posted 24 December 2012 - 08:29 PM

I read earlier The Golden Calf of Bristol was promised a shot if Sanchez struggled... if that is true, I can understand being more than just disappointed, but still.

The sad thing here is that The Golden Calf of Bristol took it to the media, and his coaches are now trying to protect him by refusing to talk about it. Gotta give Rex Ryan credit for that at least. Heh.

I doubt this will be a big deal going forward, but I don't know why this was made public... I think it shows that The Golden Calf of Bristol is either very good at manipulating the media or has no idea what he should and shouldn't talk about, because this goes contrary to the image that had (mostly) been portrayed up to this point... we did hear some rumblings in Denver though I think.

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Posted 24 December 2012 - 10:08 PM

The Jets organization is a mess worthy of Jerry Springer.

The Golden Calf of Bristol's always shown good character, till this.

He's also always been a terrible quarterback. that hasn't changed.

He'll be in Jacksonville next year. Probably a better situation, but it won't make his skills any better.

George Whitfield has made a public offer to work with him though. It'd be smart for The Golden Calf of Bristol to take him up on it.

(though I'd be lying if I said I think it'll help)

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Posted 24 December 2012 - 10:16 PM

I'd say actual Jerry Springer messes would be insulted, but they know no shame.

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Posted 24 December 2012 - 11:15 PM

The Golden Calf of Bristol will never be a consistent starting QB. He needs to switch positions if he wants to stay in the NFL.

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Posted 25 December 2012 - 02:45 AM

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I could sense something was strange during training camp up in Cortland. Even other reporters talked about it as well. With every media session involving The Golden Calf of Bristol that came and went, there was something bizarre about our chats with the Jets’ new backup quarterback.
He really sounded like a phony.
And now it’s obvious that the first impressions of The Golden Calf of Bristol were correct.
It should not come as a surprise that reports indicate that The Golden Calf of Bristol opted out of the wildcat package for Sunday’s game against the Chargers when he was told that Greg McElroy would get the start over him. Tebow’s “I’ll do whatever I can to help the team” pledge from the day that the Jets acquired him turned out to be nothing but utter nonsense.
The Golden Calf of Bristol is not the good teammate that we all thought he was and now it seems as if reports about him being a bad apple in the locker room are true. What does it say about someone, who has captivated the world with his religious faith, doesn’t want to be a part of the game plan to help his team win?
My thought had always been that the Jets didn’t handle this whole The Golden Calf of Bristol thing very well. Why would you trade a 4th round pick for someone, tell the world about your grand master plan for him, and then hardly ever use him?
It’s simple. Leaks from the organization indicate that The Golden Calf of Bristol is a horrible practice player. My guess is that the Jets took one look at The Golden Calf of Bristol during off-season workouts, then another in training camp, and then came to the decision that they made a horrible mistake. They could have just been happy with Drew Stanton as the backup. And, as we saw on Sunday with his 42 yard pass to Clyde Gates, Jeremy Kerley could have been the wildcat quarterback from the get-go.


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