Sudsy

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About Sudsy

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    Way too many!
  • Birthday 06/06/1962

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    Stripers, Freshwater, softball, football (GO JETS)
  • What I do for a living:
    Industrial Real Estate Brokerage (Building Pimp)

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    Central Jersey DOES exist !

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  1. It's like a monkey effing a skunk - I haven't had all I want, but I've had all I can take!
  2. These UDFA's seem the most likely to stick First two were given guaranteed contracts Kenny Yeboah, TE, Ole Miss Yeboah was projected to go as high as the fourth round by some, and the Jets raced to scoop him up once he plummeted out of the seventh. The Temple transfer found his home last year at Ole Miss, catching 27 passes for 524 yards and six touchdowns, a whopping 19.4 yards per reception. He needs to improve his inline blocking to make the roster, but could make for a surprise in the passing game alongside Chris Herndon. Isaiah Dunn, CB, Oregon State After 26 starts with the Beavers, Dunn comes to New York hoping to compete in an already crowded young cornerback room. His 4.39 speed and nose for the ball (18 career pass breakups) should give him the chance to do that early. Both Dunn and Yeboah signed rather lucrative guaranteed contracts with the Jets, which speaks to Joe Douglas’s interest and their chances of making this roster. Hamilcar Rashed Jr., Edge, Oregon State The Jets dipped into the Corvallis pool again to find Rashed Jr., an undersized defensive end who will look to make an impact as a rush linebacker in blitz packages. Rashed Jr. burst onto the national scene in 2019 with 14 sacks and 22.5 tackles for loss, but his stock plummeted after failing to record a single sack in 2020. If he can tap back into his past form, he’ll have a real shot to make the roster. Grant Hermanns, OT, Purdue The Jets didn’t draft any tackles with their ten picks, so they loaded up on UDFA talent in the hopes that someone would stick as a reserve option. The first of those is Hermanns, a team captain and four-year starter for the Boilermakers who helped anchor a strong run game over the course of the past couple seasons. At 6-foot-7, 300 pounds, Hermann was also a state-champion wrestler in high school. Parker Ferguson, OT, Air Force Ferguson is the second of the offensive lineman New York signed after the draft. He’s shown positional versatility over the course of his tenure with the Air Force, lining up at left tackle, left guard and right guard. Ferguson was also part of an offensive line that led the way for the second-ranked rushing attack in college football back in 2019.
  3. Depends on which Cam Newton shows up, the 2015 MVP or the lousy one that played last season
  4. LOL, I'm one of those I fish in the rain people - but all my stuff is built to be abused, Ti guides, corrosion resistant (not made in China) reels. And everything gets broken down, fully cleaned and serviced twice a year before the spring and fall seasons. For you more OCD types (Folifish ) I see a lot of guys using the garden sprayer method right on the beach. What you don't want to do is blast it at home or on the dock with a hose with a nozzle. That can push the water into the case. Your finger over the end of the hose is plenty.
  5. When you all see garbage like that in a thread, please report it so it can be removed - Thank you
  6. Who ran Jimmy and Rosalynn through the hot cycle and shrank em ?
  7. I don't wear prescription so can't comment on that, but I use these clip on magnifiers on my polarized shades when I'm fishing with light lines. As I've gotten older, it pretty much sucks but they've become a "must have" item. Without them it's a battle to to tie superfine braid and light flouro leaders, especially to those tiny swivels ! Just got back from a 3 day shad fishing camping trip - these magnifiers were a trip saver
  8. US1918 - could be the level they'd put on a cannon to gauge elevation
  9. It'll be a bloodbath when the blues find them
  10. So I did some looking around at this Vera-Tucker kid the Jets spent a LOT to get If he plays up to the reports on him he could be a difference maker Saleh says they're going to play him next to Becton which will give Wilson a solid left side plus he's a multi-positional player which means he can serve as Bectons backup. Still a work in progress but hopefully George Fant will progress (google him, interesting story, the guy never played football until his sr year in college, and that was at tight end) Now they need to upgrade the center/right guard positions. McGovern should be at guard.
  11. Jets could have had Sewell and Mac Jones
  12. O-line, corner, edge rusher in that order