Overall it’s been a disappointing year of Jets football. But there’s no doubt we’ve had some good moments along the way with #JetsTwitter. In this special edition of the Tweet Summary, we’re going to compile our top 10 tweets from this season. Between all the moments of joy, frustration, and roasting fellow fans these few are the best of the best.
10. Jets Puns
Jermaine Kearse was one of the few significant contributors on offense early on the season. @Cd360 summed it up with a pun in week 2 against the Raiders.
Call him Jermaine "The Hearse" Kearse, because he is carrying a dead Jets team right now
— Filteau (@Cdf360) September 17, 2017
9. No! Leave Cutler in!
In week 7, the Jets were battling in Miami when Jay Cutler got injured. Jets fans know who they’d rather see between Cutler and Matt Moore. Nick reminded us…
Bad strategy by the Jets to hurt Jay Cutler
— Nick (@Nick_Petrini) October 22, 2017
In week 9, against the Bills, @JakeRepNY predicted the Jets first TD with crazy detail.
First touchdown belongs to a Josh McCown Scramble
— Jake Repalone (@JakeRepNY) November 3, 2017
— Joe Caporoso (@JCaporoso) November 3, 2017
The Jets had a chance to drive and take the lead in Miami (week 7), but McCown threw a soul-crushing INT to seal the game. @joeyrix was all of us…
— Joseph Rixon (@joeyrix) October 22, 2017
Against the Broncos, Todd Bowles decided to not use his timeouts towards the end of the first half to try and leave enough time on the clock for his offense. #JetsTwitter was confused…
Todd Bowles hoarding timeouts like he can sell them for Bitcoin.
— Sloup (@Sloup) December 10, 2017
He’d be a billionaire at this point…
5. ASJ is under review
ASJ had a rough season with officiating. Between flags and reviews refs overturned roughly 528 touchdowns from him. By week 12, Drew summed up our feelings.
I assume every ASJ TD will be overturned. #Jets
— Drew (@DrewfromJersey) November 26, 2017
4. Never forget
If there’s one thing Jets fans love it’s bringing up old tweets. @KyleFaheyNFL is a prodigy in the cold take collectors game. He had this exchange after Leonard Williams snagged an INT in New Orleans.
Before Leo pick…
Overshadowed by the Mo situation but Leonard Williams has been nonexistent this year.
— The Jet Take (@TheJetTake) December 17, 2017
After Leo pick…
Sup, hoe https://t.co/VSJTlSYY1y
— Kyle Fahey (@KyleFaheyNFL) December 17, 2017
3. Jamal Adams eternal debate
Figuring out whether or not Jamal Adams was a good draft pick is a debate that @JPens4Real21 and @edwardgorelik have elected to go full First Take about. They’ve been subbing each other all season and it’s a joy to experience. Here are some examples:
Did he get a lot of leaderships today tho Connor? That’s all I care about
— Jordan (@JPens4Real21) December 18, 2017
Oh yeah Kev? Two can play that game, let me pull out a Jamal Adams highli- *holds up fingers to ear like I have an earpeice* I'm being informed there were no highlights https://t.co/4nBTB6QtOZ
— Derek Carr's 0.83 PACR (@edwardgorelik) January 1, 2018
2. Marcus Peters – Birthday Entertainer
In a crazy sequence in the Jets week 13 win against Kansas City, Marcus Peters threw a flag into the stands. It somehow ended up in the hands of a kid celebrating his birthday at the game. Gotta be a top 10 all time birthday present.
— (((רחל Steinmetz))) (@RachelSteinmetz) December 3, 2017
1. Friendly fire
Jets fans simultaneously hate each other and yet want the best for each other. Nothing sums it up better than this blazing hot exchange between two dudes that actually know each other in real life.
That’s it for tweet summaries this season! Stay weird #JetsTwitter!
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