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    Game Balls

    Sanchez

    LT

    Edwards

    Taylor

    Coleman

    Who else?

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    Coleman giveth, Coleman taketh away. He was beat like a drum all day by the slot WR, usually Wallace. Not sure why this wasn't addressed in the locker room at the half.

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    The fans... After the last two weeks and then hanging in there until the end of this weeks game....

    The Fans...

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    Marquice Cole.... Great coverage on the last play

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    Weatherford, Coleman, Sanchez.

    Each came through when we needed them.

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    Weatherford...

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    I'd have to say Brad Smith deserves a game ball. Who knows what would have happened if the Jets got down early. Getting an early lead was HUGE

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    + 1 for Edwards, got got hammered on 2 big catches and got up like nothing happened.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Suffering View Post
    + 1 for Edwards, got got hammered on 2 big catches and got up like nothing happened.
    Because he's a blockhead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by njherdfan View Post
    I'd have to say Brad Smith deserves a game ball. Who knows what would have happened if the Jets got down early. Getting an early lead was HUGE
    No question. I want to hear anybody bad mouth Smith again. That guy is clutch money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borgoguy View Post
    No question. I want to hear anybody bad mouth Smith again. That guy is clutch money.
    +1. As a special teams guy, there aren't many better. I just hope that other teams see him as a special teams guy as well and don't give him a ridiculous offer this off-season.

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    Brad Smith. If he doesn't score, we lose again because the offense can't do anything.

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    BTW, Dwight Lowery did a pretty good job for his first start at safety. There was one play where he got beat on the sideline, but it was an incompletion.

    Second for Weatherford and Smith. Add Folk to the mix on STs for kicking well in the "toughest stadium" to kick in.

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    We CANNOT afford to lose Smith in the Off-season, pay the man

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    Quote Originally Posted by John_0515 View Post
    Sanchez

    LT

    Edwards

    Taylor

    Coleman

    Who else?
    D'BRICK, FOLK, Wayne Hunter, Sanchez, Weatherferd

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    Quote Originally Posted by John_0515 View Post
    Sanchez

    LT

    Edwards

    Taylor

    Coleman

    Who else?
    Weatherferd. Those punts pinning the Steelers back were huge. The first set up Taylors safety.

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    Pool

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetworks View Post
    Coleman giveth, Coleman taketh away. He was beat like a drum all day by the slot WR, usually Wallace. Not sure why this wasn't addressed in the locker room at the half.
    Coleman:

    10 tackles, 9 solo.

    2 Sacks

    2 FF's

    I'll take that all day, every day.

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    Every single person on the special teams. The blocking on the Smith TD was incredible. Nobody was even close to him.

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