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 Post subject: Not the same old Jets?
PostPosted: Sun Sep 13, 2009 6:32 pm 
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To quote Bill Parcells, I'm not ready to put Sanchez and Ryan in Canton just yet.

But there isn't a franchise in sports more in need of a permanent change of culture than the J-E-T-S Jets and I think we might be seeing that under Rex.

And how can you not be thrilled with the way Sanchez played?

I don't know if anyone else caught Phil Simms' regular appearance with Francesa this morning, but Phil said some great things about the kid. And Simms himself said he tends to be hardest on qbs when he's analyzing players.

One statement that shocked me in a good way: "He has as good feet as any quarterback in the game."

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 13, 2009 8:06 pm 
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Agreed with all of that, I have to admit even in the preseason I found myself thinking Sanchez just carries himself well, he does seem to have the 'it' factor. And that defense - without Ellis and Pace - looked as good as any Jet defense I've ever seen (of course I don't go back to the Sack Exchange).

It was also kinda funny seeing Leon rocking the Mets cap in the postgame :lol:


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That was fun

Can't wait for the Patsies game next week to see how good they are.

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Can they play the Texans every week?


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 14, 2009 11:06 pm 
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R Nitelight wrote:
Can they play the Texans every week?


8)


Would the Texans be favored again??

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Yeah, and if you're using the "He's 19" logic, then I guess the best report a scout could give us is:


"I have no idea. He's a teenager. He may go through 5 arm surgeries between now and his 30th birthday. He may add a pitch. He may lose a pitch. He may put on 30 lbs and add velocity. He may put on 50 lbs and eat his way out of the league. I literally have no idea what he is going to be."

But thats not what these guys are paid to do, nor what we are looking for them to do, right?


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 Post subject: Re: Not the same old Jets?
PostPosted: Tue Sep 15, 2009 4:24 am 
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Chico wrote:
To quote Bill Parcells, I'm not ready to put Sanchez and Ryan in Canton just yet.

But there isn't a franchise in sports more in need of a permanent change of culture than the J-E-T-S Jets and I think we might be seeing that under Rex.

And how can you not be thrilled with the way Sanchez played?

I don't know if anyone else caught Phil Simms' regular appearance with Francesa this morning, but Phil said some great things about the kid. And Simms himself said he tends to be hardest on qbs when he's analyzing players.

One statement that shocked me in a good way: "He has as good feet as any quarterback in the game."



dont take this the wrong way

Having good feet doesnt make you a good QB. Its one thing you need but its not the main thing. Garcia at one point in time was a decent QB and aside from his ability to get away from defensive lineman, his footwork is pretty bad in the pocket

I play WR and S in my league. Not only the best Safety but top 5 at wideout. I have the best footwork in the entire league of 7 QB. Im even used as the practice QB not our starter. But I throw like Ahmad bradshaw, not eli manning. Lets not make footwork the staple of being a good QB.

But knowing that, Sanchez is more than a kid with good footwork. At least that can be taught. Can His talent be taught, not much. Kids got "it" with a pretty good arm.

What Im really more surprise at though is the D. I understand they added some good players and have some pretty good players on D. But they looked pretty bad IMO this year in preseason. Yet they shut down one of the top offensive teams. And arguably the best WR in the league.

WOW. Its good to see both NY teams good again. Its going to be fun watching the jets this year. Granted not a fan of them though.


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I don't know what's going to happen, but I'm really looking forward to the Jets-Pats game.

I want to see how Sanchez handles all the looks and disguises Belichick is sure to throw his way.

And I want to see if the Jets can lay some hits on Brady and then see what happens.

Historically, when the Pats are challenged, they rise to it. So I could see their offensive line having a great day and not letting the Jets put a hand on Brady as a matter of pride.

But Rex Ryan has the resume of being able to get his defenders where he wants them to be.

Brady and the Pats also have a track record of taking what a team gives them, so I could see the Jets putting on all kinds of pressure, but also seeing him make enough plays that they dink and dunk the Jets to death and maybe break a big play here and there since you can't commit all out the way the Jets do to create pressure and not leave yourself vulnerable somewhere else.

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 15, 2009 4:26 pm 
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I expect the Jets to be good this year, but I have tempered expectations.

We have a good defense and scheme. And we should be able to run the ball. These two factors are always good if you wish to compete.

I would say 10-6. Maybe 11-5 if all goes according to plan.

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R Nitelight wrote:
Can they play the Texans every week?


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Texans have a good offense, which we shut down.


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It is really extremely difficult to make any conclusions, good or bad, based on week 1. The team you just beat may end up going 5-11, or the team you lost to could end up making the Super Bowl, or anything in between. So I wouldn't put that much stock in the Jets beating the Texans but at the the same time I think it is important how they beat them. Not talking score, I'm talking whats on the tape.

I feel BB made a good point when he said it was confusing to see how the Texans thought they could handle the pass rush. If the other team keeps blitzing 5+ you have to change your blocking scheme, if you don't you're going to lose.

I'm a Patriots fan and I will say this is one of the most intriguing games with the Jets in a long time. I obviously think the Patriots are much better than they played on Monday but I think the Jets are going to be a formidable opponent on Sunday. The loss of Jerod Mayo is gigantic, once he got hurt the Bills screen gamed killed us and I'm really afraid of Leon Washington in the screen game.

My feeling on this game is it will end up 24-20, one of those games where Sammy Morris ends up with 130 yards and the Patriots control the time of possession. I know the Jets have a good run defense but it's just my gut feeling. The Jets pass rush is much better than the Bills so I don't see Brady throwing 53 times this weekend. A lot of one and two TEs, a lot of Wes Welker, Kevin Faulk in for pass protection, and one of the running backs (thinking Morris) ends up with a big game.

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 17, 2009 8:54 pm 
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I'm not sold on all the trash talking the Jets are doing.

Kerry Rhodes, for one, is going to look pretty silly if he and his team can't back it up.

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