Originally Posted by SAR I
The "entire defense" that allowed 4 TD's, two on 50 yard bombs, 126 yards rushing, and 28 points?
Yeah, we should be really proud of that performance.
Put Joe Montana 1985 in the huddle today and we still lose. This offense isn't built to score 20 points let alone the 29 needed to win today. And we burned every good 1st and 2nd round draft pick in 2009 and 2010 on the defense, guys that Rex Ryan claimed were "his best ever". They allowed Seattle to do whatever they wanted to us with a rookie quarterback.
Originally Posted by vinniekt
Wow, one thing you have not learned in life is that numbers can be twisted anyway you want them. You can take any one game and state a case one way or the other by the twisting, that is what you do over and over again mister stat man. That is why I will not address your stats, everyone of the stats you use I can turn around into an argument to support my stance and I have done that with you on other threads. If you were older then about 35 years old you would probably know that and if you are older shame on you.
Bottom line, we have a lot of talent on this team and we certainly are deficient in some areas. QB is the ONLY player on the team that can make a difference week in week out. Sanchez is one of those deficient players, and at QB it is not acceptable.
Let me understand this:
You believe the Jets defense played well enough to win today despite allowing 4 touchdowns, 28 points against, 126 yards rushing, two bombs of 50+ yards resulting in TD's, and numerous whiffs in the backfield resulting in plus yardage.
Today was just like the Packers game of '10 where the defense played splendidly, was just the offense that let us down. Is that right? I'm "twisting numbers" by stating that the defense allowed 28 points which is not a good performance. Is that right?