Month: October 2016

NY Jets Squeak by Hapless Cleveland Browns 31-28 for 2 Straight

Playing the winless Cleveland Browns today finally starts the easier back end of the New York Jets schedule after a brutal first several games.  The Browns have played some close games, so they have not been altogether demolished in their season so far, but nevertheless, have no been able to pull out on victory.  This is supposed to be another measuring stick for both team to see where their future lies this season.  The close 31-28 win for the Jets signify that the Browns just cannot play ball or catch a break, and it shows the Jets can do...

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NY Jets Finally Come Through and Conquer the Baltimore Ravens 24-16

The battle between two underachieving teams was prevailed by the New York Jets 24-16 at MetLife Stadium.  Joe Flacco had one of his worst games to date, as his passes were spread all over the field in a bad way, and threw 2 interceptions with no touchdowns.  The Jets defense was partly responsible for that as well with good coverage and pressure.  The big news of the day though was the start of Geno Smith after spending 2 years on the bench.  If that weren’t enough, bad luck continued to pervade his unrealized career as an awkward hit knocked...

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Hapless NY Jets Lose Four in a Row to Arizona Cardinals 28-3

The New York Jets ran into another playoff caliber team through one of the toughest opening schedules in the NFL this year, and instead of defending their pre-season confidence that they are a team ready to win now, this 28-3 drubbing courtesy of the Arizona Cardinals proved otherwise.  The pass defense was suspect again, the run defense, one of the elite in the league, also gave up some big runs to one of the NFL’s best running backs.  The offense, somewhat led by highly scrutinized Ryan Fitzpatrick, was once again anemic and although the Cardinals’ defense is one of...

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NY Jets Crushed by Pittsburgh Steelers Balanced Attacks 31-13

The NY Jets’ lopsided losses to the Kansas City Chiefs and the Seattle Seahawks were not enough to give them a wake up call against a versatile Pittsburgh Steelers team as they got manhandled again, 31-13.  With this embarrassment, the Jets have solidified the fact that they are not championship material this year. Teams that have a chance to go deep in the playoffs do not lose this badly to the other contenders to go at 1-4 and come back and win a Super Bowl.  This game actually portrayed the prototypical examples of the Jets/ weaknesses all year. • Quarterback...

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NY Jets Dominated by a Hobbled Russell Wilson Seattle Seahawks 27-17

The brutal opening third of the schedule heaped on the New York Jets took its toll again, this time versus the perennial Super Bowl contender Seattle Seahawks, 27-17 and it really was not that close.  While the team the Jets threw all over, the Buffalo Bills, shut out the Brady-less Patriots, the Jets could not must any serious threat to the vaunted Seahawks defense except for a tough catch by Brandon Marshal in the end zone. Ryan Fitzpatrick did not help the cause again with 3 more interceptions.  However, not all 3 were again 100% on him.  The first one...

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