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Jets Loose AFC Championship, But What A Ride

Posted on: January 25, 2010 6:50 pm
 
Well, we lost to the Colts, but I'm OK with that. The NY Jets have gotten the farther into the playoff than they have since 1998 but there are differences. That was the pinacle of the Parcells era for the Jets. It led to that transition of power mess with Belichick bailing to New England and one year under Al Groh. Groh split for Virginia, what a mess. Today we have Rex Ryan who has a cohesive coaching staff and has started out doing as well as the Tuna ever did for the green and white.
Back then it was Vinny Testaverde, he was as good as he was going to get. Today, we have Mark Sanchez who  has great potential and has shown glimmers of brilliance. He is all upside.
We have the number 1 Defense in the league and there is room to improve it. It seems pretty plain that Rex has his eye on making those improvments. Like the Tuna going to get Curtis Martin, todays Jets go after players they want;Sanchez, Green, Scott.
Jets fans should feel good about this season and what's to come. It was a great time and there's more to come. Now, when do pitchers and catchers report?
Category: NFL
Tags: NY Jets
 
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Since: Nov 21, 2006
Posted on: May 8, 2010 7:53 am
 

Jets Loose AFC Championship, But What A Ride

I am with you here. Football can be odd, but I am expecting another solid year in 2010. If Sanchez picks up his game just a bit, and the Jets get the contributions they expect from Cromartie and draft pick Wislon, the Super Bowl could be in the cards. I almost hate to say that for superstitious reasons, and I am not that superstitious.
On another note, I fully expect Sabathia to drill a Red Sox player or two tonight, after Beckett had a lack of control last night. It could be a very good year in NY sports.



Since: Nov 22, 2009
Posted on: February 2, 2010 1:33 am
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