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The problem is you keep having the Jets defense screw their offense.
They keep robbing Peter to pay Paul.
If you think the Jets can afford to pass on DeSean Jackson, Odell Beckham and Brandin Cooks . . . you are badly mistaken.
No wonder the Jets anemic offense is always in such a world of hurt.
THAT was a fun discussion.
John, Tom Rowe of ESPN NH. I have read your work and would like to discuss a time this week for you to go on air with my host Matt Perrault. You can reach me through this email firstname.lastname@example.org
Patience and Yankees sometimes go together. Not when describing the team's win-now-at-all-costs organizational philosophy (which under Hal Steinbrenner may evolve to win-at-all-costs-if-they-don't-exceed-the-MLB-luxury-tax-ceiling). However, patience applies with the team's approach to hitting. Working the count, waiting for your pitch and accepting walks instead of slashing at anything near the plate are elements of that approach.
I would totally play up the nonexistent connection between you and other John Shea. Don't worry, I won't tell anyone.
Just finished editing your article on the Giants. Excellent piece. You any relation to the baseball writer, John Shea?