I am a young and passionate sportswriter who is ecstatic to be part of the B/R community.
I became a writer for Bleacher Report in April 2011, and after months of hard work and determination, I was named a Featured Columnist in January 2012.
As a Jets' FC, I focus the majority of my writing on New York and the NFL in general. I also manage to squeak out a few MLB articles from time to time.
I will be the New York Jets Game Grades Specialist for the 2013 season.
If you have any questions, concerns or just want to talk about sports, contact me at my Bleacher Report e-mail.
write an article when your balls drop
Do you even lift bro? Fuck you.
Would you be offended if someone said you sucked ???
But . . . just imagine what it would be like if your so-called New York fans lined-up to boo and yell profanities at you and your work as a journalist.
Hey Aidan, what's your email?
I have to comment on your picking Bart Scott as one of the biggest disappointments so far this year on the Jets. No disrespect intended, but what stats are you looking at??? Bart had 66 tackles on the season last year, that's an average of just over 4 per game. So far in 5 games he has 27, an average of almost 5.5 tackles per game. Not only has he improved so far over last year, Aidan, but this is his 12th year in the league. You would expect to see his numbers declining by now since the height of his career, but on the contrary, he's actually turned it up a notch this year. You owe him an apology, and take him off your list and replace him with someone that really hasn't been playing up to par. It won't be hard to find one.
Thank you, Aidan. I am humbled by your praise.
Thanks for becoming a fan. I'm curious as to which post caught your eye.
Just wanted to say I loved your reliable players article. A case could be made for MJD at running back though; the dude is coming off major knee surgery and is leading the NFL in rushing.
No worries, man. Honestly at first all I noticed was missing was DT, then as I was explaining the flag I realized, "Hey, kickers are people too!"
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