View Poll Results: How will the Jets finish the 2010 season?

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  • Worse than 5-11

    1 1.39%
  • 5-11

    0 0%
  • 6-10

    0 0%
  • 7-9

    4 5.56%
  • 8-8

    8 11.11%
  • 9-7

    8 11.11%
  • 10-6

    19 26.39%
  • 11-5

    16 22.22%
  • 12-4

    13 18.06%
  • Better than 12-4

    3 4.17%
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Thread: The not so Official 2010 "Predict the Jets record" Thread!

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    The not so Official 2010 "Predict the Jets record" Thread!

    Poll/pole coming.

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    I voted 9-7. With no more preseason games to play we're now at the point where we have to know what we've got on this team. I see us being extremely similar to last season...run hard and play tough defense. The difference obviously could be Sanchez. If he's just a little better, a little smarter I think we can win 10 games. Without Revis I knocked us back down to 9 although I think Rex could hold an opponent to under 21 points if he was coaching 11 boy scouts out there.

    Go Jets!

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    10-6

    added 2 to the loss column (Revis factor), and added one back (LT factor):P

    I like what ive seen from LT. I hope it projects to the regular season.

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    I predict we're going 41-0.

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    160,000,000 - 0

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    Honest answer?

    11-5. We're better than our entire division and have the ability to take 6 games.

    Probable record?

    15-1.

    That 1 loss will be because Sanchez launched the pigskin to Cotchery for the game winning TD but replay revealed there was mustard where there should have been laces...

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    The defense will keep the team in every game, and the offense will win half of them.

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    Nothing has changed, 8-8.

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    [QUOTE=Roger Vick;3714548]The defense will keep the team in every game, and the offense will win half of them.[/QUOTE]

    So you're saying 8-8?

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    [QUOTE=jetstream23;3714617]So you're saying 8-8?[/QUOTE]

    8-8 is a hot pick right now.

    sojf.

    :D

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    [QUOTE=jetstream23;3714617]So you're saying 8-8?[/QUOTE]

    Yup.

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    8-8

    Amazing that I was much higher on the team before the start of '09 season than before the start of this one. Hope I'm wrong. :(

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    My 8-8 includes Revis.

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    As I break down the schedule I think they'll go:

    4-2 in the division


    Wins against Vikings, Browns, Lions, Bengals and Texans.

    Then they just have to win one game against either the Packers, Ravens, Steelers, Bears and Broncos to get to 10 wins.


    I think 11-5.

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    [QUOTE=jetstream23;3714510]I voted 9-7. With no more preseason games to play we're now at the point where we have to know what we've got on this team. [B]I see us being extremely similar to last season...run hard and play tough defense. The difference obviously could be Sanchez. If he's just a little better, a little smarter I think we can win 10 games. [/B] Without Revis I knocked us back down to 9 although I think Rex could hold an opponent to under 21 points if he was coaching 11 boy scouts out there.

    Go Jets![/QUOTE]

    Completely agree. If we get through the first 6 weeks better than 3-3, I'd say 10 is a damn good bet. Problem is I'm just not seeing a quick start out of the gate with the first month as tough as it is. So, 9-7 again it is...

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    I went with 11-5 while considering things remain status quo with Revis. If he returns I could see a win or two more, tops.

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    [QUOTE=Jetworks;3714868]I went with 11-5 while considering things remain status quo with Revis. If he returns I could see a win or two more, tops.[/QUOTE]

    Same here.

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    I went with 4-12 since it's practically a whole new team that so far has showed a complete lack of focus in the fundamentals like not throwing into triple coverage, holding onto the ball and kicking an extra point.

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    [QUOTE=MCBNY;3714678]8-8

    Amazing that I was much higher on the team before the start of '09 season than before the start of this one. Hope I'm wrong. :([/QUOTE]

    you are

    Revis returns and the Jets go 12-4, bring the hate!!!!

  20. #20
    I said 8-8.

    Two reasons:

    Sanchez will have the well document sophomore slump.

    And

    Karma.

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