Is the best spot for the Jets to land. If we end up at 5, we'll most likely face the Colts, Steelers, and Pats (assuming we make is that far) As the 6th, we'd face KC, Pats, and either the Ravens or Steelers. I dont know about you guys, but I think the latter sounds a but better.
[QUOTE=NY State of Mind;3879444]I agree but can it be possible if we still win both games? I rather be the 5th seed and going into the playoffs hot, rather than getting easier matchups but go in cold.[/QUOTE]
As it lines uo with the 6th seed we would play K.C.,with the 5 seed we line up to play Indy.Indy even with their injuries is the type of offense that gives the Jets trouble,spread out pick on the nickelbacks,but If the Jets beat K.C then they get to go to the Pats.I think they play the Pats much better than the Monday fiasco,but the Jets will not win.
I think the one team in the AFC that can beat the Pats are the Ravens,they always seem to give the Pats trouble
[QUOTE=Gholstons Revenge;3879483]Forgot you were a coach and not a fan, Teddyboy. Make sure not to look ahead of the schedule. How's Stewie doing anyway?[/QUOTE]
Being a Jets fan for a bazillion years I know better than to count my chickens before they hatch. How 'bout you? You deciding whether to defer or take the ball on the opening Kickoff at this years Super Bowl?
Only way we can avoid NE completely is if another team (6 seed) has a shot at eliminating the Pats before we do. That can only happen if Jets aren't the 6 seed. Balt owns the tiebreaker over us, so we need them to lose for Jets to seed higher.
[QUOTE=johnnysd;3879684]What the hell are you negative nancys smoking :) As of right now I want the #1 seed and home advantage throughout the playoffs. It is still a possibility and THAT is what we should be going for.[/QUOTE]
Now THAT would be great. But I think the Jets play better on the road anyway.