2022 - Week 3: New York Jets vs Cincinnati Bengals

Discussion in 'New York Jets' started by Brook!, Sep 18, 2022.

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Who will win?

Poll closed Sep 25, 2022.
  1. Jets

    52.5%
  2. Bengals

    47.5%
  1. Acad23

    Acad23 Well-Known Member

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  2. Royal Tee

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    CARL LAWSON IS LITERALLY FALLING TO THE FLOOR!!
     
  3. westiedog1

    westiedog1 Well-Known Member

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    My observations:

    The Good:

    -The Jets D totally shut down their two biggest weapons Chase and Mixon. In order to win you need to do that, but in this case it wasn't enough.
    -Special Teams.

    The Bad:

    -The Jets D could not generate enough pressure on Burrow. He had too much time to throw.
    -The Jets D could not stop #2 receiver Tyler Boyd.
    -Jet receivers. Where the hell are they? We're supposed to have these great weapons, but they were covered all day.
    -Yes, the O line was bad as usual, but again as in Game #1 Flacco had opportunities to throw, but often threw behind receivers or into double/triple coverage. With an immobile QB like him he has to get rid of the ball quicker to the short receivers if he isn't getting time to throw. And another thing, why didn't they go to the shotgun more often. Flacco was operating drop back too often. That's okay if you're getting protection.
    -Jets have no offensive rhythm. Most good teams generate 3 or more positive plays in a drive before they have a negative one. The Jets ratio is 1 positive to 3 negative. More consistency on offense is needed.
    -The Jets just don't know how to win as evidenced by JFMs stupid costly penalty. Also a missed tackle on the Boyd TD was costly. Coaching has to take responsibility there.

    -Bengals to their credit played the game they needed to play. They shut down the Jets running attack forcing them into 3rd and longs all day. When the Jets were forced to throw, they covered the receivers very well. They took advantage of Jets mistakes. Their OL gave Burrow enough time to make plays.
     
  4. JetsUK

    JetsUK Well-Known Member

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    is he falling down on the floor rolling and laughing and saying "$45m" over and over?
     
  5. Kryoptix

    Kryoptix Well-Known Member

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    Why the Jets offense always look better when they are doing fast pace huddle?
    Could they just do that from the start? We have 2 great backs.
     
  6. FJF

    FJF 2018 MVP Joe Namath Award Winner

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    Mitchell didn’t look like the problem today so that’s a plus.
    Brown needs to return and man the left because fant ain’t it
     
  7. Jets79

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    I’m sick of hearing how our OL sucks three or four years into JDs tenure here
     
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  8. KY Jets Fan

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    I wish I could’ve been there!!!
     

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