Darren Ford had this concept about 8-10 years ago, and his has been at a rock solid 96% for the last little while.
TSN has joined the party with their own Jets meter, and today it moved. Yes, it moved and in fact, it has apparently doubled. What does all this mean? Not sure, although in my mind, it is still leaning a bit too much towards “throw in the towel”. Even Jerry Seinfeld and George Costanza can’t agree what this movement of the TSN Jets Meter means.
This sudden activity is especially interesting considering the cautious optimism from the league head office and apparent good news about the bond.
So which meter do you think is more accurate? Is this just a gimmick? Let us know where you think the TSN Meter should be.
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