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Author:  Rookyclub [ Sun Jan 24, 2010 4:32 pm ]
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Win the turnover battle.

Hold the Colts to FG's. Be wary of the 2 min drill.

Get into manageable 3rd downs, be patient with the run.

Play mistake free football.

That being said, I don't think the Jets will win this game.

Author:  uapeople [ Sun Jan 24, 2010 7:33 pm ]
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jay feely messed this up. all the tide changed with that missed field goal. i feel bad for you guys.

Author:  plash ricrem [ Sun Jan 24, 2010 7:56 pm ]
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uapeople wrote:
jay feely messed this up. all the tide changed with that missed field goal. i feel bad for you guys.
I don't really blame Feely for this one. Can't expect him to make every 50 yard field goal. It just seemed that although the jets executed in the first half, all the bounces still went the colts way (I knew the game was over when Greene went to the locker room) and that fumble that the colts were able to recover. Glad to see Sanchez play well though.

Author:  MetsJets24/7 [ Sun Jan 24, 2010 8:01 pm ]
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plash ricrem wrote:
uapeople wrote:
jay feely messed this up. all the tide changed with that missed field goal. i feel bad for you guys.
I don't really blame Feely for this one. Can't expect him to make every 50 yard field goal. It just seemed that although the jets executed in the first half, all the bounces still went the colts way (I knew the game was over when Greene went to the locker room) and that fumble that the colts were able to recover. Glad to see Sanchez play well though.


Peyton Manning is the greatest of all time. That's what it comes down to. He made the adjustments nad picked up the blitz and found a way to beat this defense. Lowery killed u though, he played pretty poorly.
Greene getting hurt was huge and killed any momentum on offense as Jones looked awful.
Well it was a disappointing end, but a GREAT season for the Jets.
The future looks very bright and Sanchez has really matured in the playoffs and will be a very good franchise QB.
Just get me a pass rusher, another CB, and a WR and we can be right back in this game next year

Author:  Chico [ Sun Jan 24, 2010 8:10 pm ]
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Very simple. The Colts are a great team and they're better than the Jets.

Author:  Chico [ Sun Jan 24, 2010 8:12 pm ]
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I thought the whole feel of the game changed when the Colts came back for that quick score at the end of the first half.

Then all of the sudden the missed field goals looked bigger than they would have.

Author:  Genmet [ Sun Jan 24, 2010 8:29 pm ]
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Sanchez played very well. The Jet future is bright.

Author:  tejdog1 [ Sun Jan 24, 2010 8:30 pm ]
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Chico wrote:
I thought the whole feel of the game changed when the Colts came back for that quick score at the end of the first half.

Then all of the sudden the missed field goals looked bigger than they would have.


I thought it was the Jets drive prior. Get the ball at the 30 up 8, and don't drive it in for the TD. Kept the Colts around enough.

Author:  tejdog1 [ Sun Jan 24, 2010 8:37 pm ]
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tejdog1 wrote:
Robot Devil wrote:
The Jets will run the ball. Even if the running game is ineffective early on, the Jets will continue to run the ball and Shonn Greene or Thomas Jones will get the yards and eventually break a few.

I think Ryan can prepare as good a defense as any against Manning knowing he might be able to eliminate Wayne from the game effectively.

I don't think this team will be tremendously affected by the Colt's home field advantage. Just a hunch I have after watching them win two road playoff games and having already played a game in Indy this year.

They'll keep it simple for Sanchez, and it'll help that they can move him around. If he can actually connect with Edwards downfield for once- lookout. Maybe they go back to Brad Smith and the wildcat for a different look at some point; he did run a kick back against them in Week 16.


Have they EVER thrown out of the wildcat formation? It's always a misdirection run with Brad Smith or a pitch.


Hi.

Author:  Mets Fan In ATL [ Sun Jan 24, 2010 10:23 pm ]
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Great season

The future looks bright with Rex, Revis, Sanchez, Greene and Mistah T

Draft a CB and lets go for it again next year

Author:  Chico [ Sun Jan 24, 2010 10:55 pm ]
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I think one of the most encouraging things that came out of this run is that Sanchez looks pretty good.

He's not at the point where he can carry you to wins the way the great qbs do. But he's gotten much better at understanding he doesn't have to force a play when it's not there.

Author:  Chico [ Sun Jan 24, 2010 10:57 pm ]
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Adding to the thought on Sanchez, it's not often that you can see a pro athlete grow inside a matter of weeks, but I think that's what we saw with him.

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