X Factor: Steve Weatherford.

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  1. MikeDevito

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    Face it Steelers fans. 3 of your 4 TD's last week were handed to you. All on the Ravens side of the 50. If you can't sustain long drives and score, you will loose.

    What are you X Factors?
     
  2. Kaiser

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    Mine would be Antonio Cromartie.

    If he returns kicks, he's a threat; and he'll need to cover Wallace well.
     
  3. gustoonarmy

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    This was mentioned on NFL Network, Weatherfords punts put the Steelers so deep it had them gassed having to drive the length of the field.
    Props to Marquice Cole as well
     
  4. bmfc1

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    He's had more touchbacks in this post-season than he did during the entire regular season. I hope that he's not too amped up and finds his touch again.
     
  5. Jetaho

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    After starring against the Steelers, he's been shit in the playoffs. I'm hoping for a return to earlier form.
     
  6. kinghenry89

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    If the punter is our x-factor, then we're fucked. We need our offense to finish drives, not just pin the Steelers deep.

    I think that the key matchup is Pouncey vs. the middle of the Jets defense. If the Pouncey wins those battles and the Steelers get their running game going, then we might be in serious trouble. If the Jets can bottle up Mendenhall, however, we'll be able to get pressure on Roethlisberger and get Pittsburgh off the field.
     
  7. Jollygreenjet

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    I hope that our punter never steps foot on the field today!
     
  8. fggrimes

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    Going to go out on a limb here and this long time Jet's ability to make a big play when you least expect it - Brian Thomas.

    Sean Ellis had the game of his life last week, here's hoping it is BT's turn for perhaps a tipped pass leading to an interception, sack, fumble recovery, etc.
     
  9. HardHitta

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    If where hoping for Weatherford to be our "X-Factor" then im not too comfortable with that. He's been shit this whole Postseason.
     
  10. Jollygreenjet

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    I would love to see Keller have a big game. He's been quiet the last few weeks.
     
  11. FrankieJetFavreFan

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    The game boils down to this. If the Jets can run the ball they have a great shot of winning, if they can't run it, there chances are very unlikely.
     
  12. Steve032

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    X-factor will be J.Co. He's been stepping up big lately and is due for a big TD.
     
  13. Vorrecht

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    Brian Schottenheimer is my X-factor. If we run the ball with Shonn Greene and spread it around in the passing game, we'll win. I already have confidence that we can shut down their offense.
     
  14. fggrimes

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    YES! Let's get some more!
     
  15. Drew

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    I've never seen someone play such a great regular season and then lose his roster spot due to the worst postseason performance I can remember from a punter.
     
  16. nyJETS0511

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    he looks like he dables wida steroids......cant kick a ball.....and thats all he does all day long is kick a f*kn ball..... funny actually
     
  17. Drew

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    Classy guy.

    I wrote this on Twitter after the game.

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    He had a fantastic regular season, no doubt, but if you're going to have a team that contends in the playoffs year in and year out you can't have someone who just choked every time he was called upon in the playoffs. He was without question awful this postseason. So, I guess waiting for their flight home he was bored and decided to search his name on Twitter. He saw my tweet and felt the need to send me a direct message.

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    Real nice.
     
  18. MagillaGuerilla

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    Ha, you got pwn3d by a Punter...
     
  19. SameOldJets2008

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    LOL that is hilarious
     
  20. ace_o_spades

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    lol u should tweet that to manish, schefter, etc...
     

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