NY Jets (NFL): Dungeon Design (M.D.)

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    Now that the underdog victory of the Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) over the seemingly-indomitable Goliath-QB Tom Brady led New England Patriots in Super Bowl 52 [2018] has sports-writers and fans talking about the unpredictability of sports (in general), everyone's scrambling to see what free-agency does to NFL Season 53.

    Kirk Cousins is not going to the NY Jets after all. Only Eli Manning's NY Giants managed to defeat Brady's Patriots in a Super Bowl (and they did it twice --- 2008, 2012). So New Yorkers still want action and adventure and since the Eagles have officially 'dethroned' the Patriots (the undoubted Super Bowl Team of the New Millennium!), the Jets are considered suddenly 'interesting' --- and it's all thanks to free-agency!

    So what will NFL Season 53 spell for New York's NFL fans and Jets fans?

    How should we drum up Jets fanfare and yellow-journalism to shoo-away the 'leviathan' of undesirable sports cynicism?




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    After Joe Namath's NY Jets defeated Unitas's Colts in the last millennium, people were talking about how televised sports offered audiences/fans glimpses of unpredictable media-friendly 'miracles.'

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    After Eli Manning's NY Giants defeated Brady's Patriots in two Super Bowls, New Yorkers were talking about what the city could bring to an NFL undoubtedly being monopolized by the Patriots in the new millennium. New York had already provided the world great theatrics with the Yankees (MLB) and the Islanders/Rangers (NHL), but the Giants (NFL) defeating Brady twice gave NFL fans around the country hope that Brady's Patriots would not become a predictably tedious and monotonously machine-like 'regime.' Jets fans want in on this newfound 'fever.'

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    Americans love sports merchandising and sports-culture films, so sports items/stickers/toys are totally desired by sports fans. How will Jets fans ring in Season 53? How will they respond to not acquiring Kirk Cousins in the end? The Jets boasted at least two great QBs in the team's history (Joe Namath and Vinny Testaverde), and even if next season's Jets do not boast a titan QB, they still might be able to coordinate teamwork well-enough to challenge the likes of the New Orleans Saints and Minnesota Vikings (NFC contenders).

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    As we may or may not know, leviathan is that ugly metaphysical sea-beast signifying chaos that many philosophers and even theologians have referenced in discussions about the 'reality' of anarchy in the visible universe. Sports-culture (thanks mostly to consumerism gluttony/apathy and free-agency corruption and of course the lingering stigma of steroids) is arguably 'mildly infected' by leviathan, so how will the NY Jets offer something to this tiring problem?

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    Americans love sports stadiums, televised NFL games, sports endorsements/ads, and of course NFL cheerleaders. The Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders even have their own special TV series presenting glimpses of tryouts and team-management intrigue as they relate to the overall 'Cowboys community.' With all this excitement surrounding 'sports savvy,' team-management ethos is very crucial. How do we then differentiate between childish mindless sports-cheering and spirited/patriotic social values?

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    America (especially under 'TrumpUSA') does not want to be labelled as 'juvenile' or 'savage' just because Americans love comic books, adventure-novels, swimsuit-models, Fantasy Football, Hollywood movies, and of course all kinds of video-games (e.g., Madden NFL, The Legend of Zelda). We don't want commerce and consumerism to make America literally schizophrenic with mindless shopping options. We want art to reflect life, right? We want American youngsters to feel comfortable understanding why the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue is not considered 'heresy' whereas in other nations it might not be considered 'kosher' (e.g., Iran).

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    America leads the world in major areas --- military (of course), democracy (of course), urban development, highway and road safety, law and order, hospitality (e.g., fast-food, shopping-malls, Planet Hollywood, eclectic TV programming, free-speech rights, etc.), computers (i.e., Apple, Microsoft) and even toys (e.g., Mattel, Hasbro, Fisher-Price, Toys 'R Us). So what will President Donald Trump say about New Yorkers rooting for the Jets in Season 53 now that the entire nation is looking to celebrate (and market!) someone (in TV and other media) other than the outer-space Tom Brady?

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    That is a whole bunch of words dedicated to an inconsequential team.
     
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    Does anyone ever read his stuff? Is it a coded message to terrorist or something?
     
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