9/9 Jets vs. Pats Opening Day Game Thread

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  1. jilozzo

    jilozzo Well-Known Member

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    folks, gonna chime in here but i usually don't on gameday......

    watched 99% of the game and there is even more of a talent gap than i suspected.....

    gotta say it but in 3-4 or so years the jets have NOT made significant strides in closing the talent gap with the pats.......regardless of who the head coach is.....

    THAT does not bode well for this year and maybe even next year as well :(

    jil
     
  2. vinsjets

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    Well, at least pete kendall is tearing it up for the Redskins....:mad:
     
  3. Jetzz

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    A FG and the Dolphins are with us in the winless category.
     
  4. nyjetsrule

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    So the AFC east stands as such correct?

    Pats 1-0
    Jets 0-1
    Dolphins 0-1
    Bills 0-1

    no need to get down guys, The Pats asserted their dominance today, while the Bills gave up a last second field goal after dominating the game, and Miami did everything in its power to lose to a washington team that will go 8-8 this year.
     
  5. InBillWeTrust

    InBillWeTrust New Member

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    Pats have one, if not the best, oline in the game.
     
  6. mj2sexay

    mj2sexay Active Member

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    Miami looked really bad, Green in particular...
     
  7. Slobberknocker

    Slobberknocker New Member

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    Green wasn't their problem. He was dinking and dunking on us all game. But their running attack was stymied. Ronnie Brown was limited to 11 carries.

    Their front 7 was smashed wide open by our Oline. Betts/Portis combined for over 150 yards on the ground. We had some misfires in our passing attack (2 interceptions for Campbell) but their secondary is hardly shutdown.

    You can beat them with tough, physical football. They really faded in the 4th quarter when our line started creating gashing holes.

    Samuels-Kendall-Rabach-Thomas-Heyer got the job done. It was great to see smashmouth Joe Gibbs football.
     
  8. Slobberknocker

    Slobberknocker New Member

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    Glad we could be of some assistance. ;)
     
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