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Thread: (UPDATE) Matt Schaub out for season

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    (UPDATE) Matt Schaub out for season

    Makes the Jets loss last night even bigger.

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    Could be for the year. Lisfranc injury in that 4-8 week timeline.

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    Matt Cassell might be out of the year also. Hand injury, currently in a cast.

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    The AFC is so weak this year, it's really a shame the Jets couldn't get their act together.

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    Wow, the AFC is weak this year.

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    watchout for the titans in that Div.

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    I've been waiting for Andre Johnson to come back for weeks as my fantasy football WR.....now, just as he's getting ready to return after their Bye they'll lose Shaub. Ouch!

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    [QUOTE=Vinny Testaverde's Niece;4233359]The AFC is so weak this year, it's really a shame the Jets couldn't get their act together.[/QUOTE]

    +1 make sme puke

    the playoffs are gonna be:


    (1) New England
    (2) Pittsburgh
    (3) Oakland
    (4) Houston
    (5) Baltimore
    (6) Cincinnati

    the jets are pathetic

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    Well this is huge because I feel it now puts the Titans in control of that division, even if they can't take it, the Texans would be weak going into the playoffs. If the Jets can pull it together for the rest of the season and finish with a wildcard, I feel the standings would end like this:
    1.Baltimore
    2.New England
    3.Houston/Tennessee
    4.San Diego/Oakland
    5.Pittsburgh
    6.New York

    Wild Card Round:
    Pittsburgh over San Diego/Oakland, it wouldn't be close.
    Jets over a banged up Houston or a weak Tennessee

    Divisional Round:
    Pittsburgh over New England in a shootout

    Which leaves the Jets to travel to Baltimore, I feel the Jets match up very well against them when Baltimore has the ball, the problem is the Jets offense not turning the ball over 4 times in which 3 get returned for TD's. It would be a very interesting game to say the least.

    Steelers vs Jets/Ravens for the AFC Championship, the winner of Jets/Ravens heads to the Super Bowl.

    Just my take on it, but this injury would be huge for the wildcard round, and the Jets can benefit big time from it, that is if they can beat out Houston or Tennessee which I think can happen seeing as they both have pretty tough schedules.

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    [QUOTE=Bearded_Achilles;4233368]+1 make sme puke

    the playoffs are gonna be:


    (1) New England
    (2) Pittsburgh
    (3) Oakland
    (4) Houston
    (5) Baltimore
    (6) Cincinnati

    the jets are pathetic[/QUOTE]

    Cimcy, really? They've got 7 games left and 4 are very tough games. 2 are against the Ravens, 1 is @ Pitt, and v. Houston (even without Shaub they still have the #1 D and 2 excellent RBs).

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    does this mean leinart finally gets his chance?

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    I think Leinart plays well.Houston will be ok


    Unlike some teams.....Kubiak is a good offensive coach and I bet Leinart has learned a lot from him...unlike some=qb's who don't improve and have a shi@ for brains o coordinator

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    [QUOTE=Bearded_Achilles;4233368]+1 make sme puke

    the playoffs are gonna be:


    (1) New England
    (2) Pittsburgh
    (3) Oakland
    (4) Houston
    (5) Baltimore
    (6) Cincinnati

    the jets are pathetic[/QUOTE]

    The Jets are right where they were last year and the year before, they'll probably finish right around 10-6.

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    [QUOTE=Vinny Testaverde's Niece;4233359]The AFC is so weak this year, it's really a shame the Jets couldn't get their act together.[/QUOTE]

    A real shame. So much for them controlling their destiny. Pittsburgh will be favorites in the AFC now I suppose.

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    If the Jets were in the AFC South or AFC West, we'd have had our playoff spot gift-wrapped last week.

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    NFL Network now reporting that he is done for the season:



    @nflnetworkNFL Network

    Wow. RT @Michael_Fabiano: Report: Matt Schaub is done for the season.

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    ^^Yup. Adam Schefter reported the same, and said it's a lis franc injury, and it's apparently on his plant foot, as well.

    Per Schefter's Twitter:

    [QUOTE]AdamSchefter Adam Schefter
    Filed to ESPN: Texans quarterback Matt Schaub is out for the season with a lis franc injury. Matt Leinart from here on in.
    [/QUOTE]

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    [QUOTE=TurkJetFan;4233384]does this mean leinart finally gets his chance?[/QUOTE]

    Enter the age of Leinart. He will pull a Brady and carry them to the SB. lol

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    So........how long does a franchise have to exist before it qualifies for "cursed" status.

    Peyton Manning gets injured, Wade Phillips fixes the defense, no dominant team in the AFC. Everything is going perfectly--then..........boom. Your starting QB goes down and you're stuck with Matt Leinart in what was shaping up to be your year. That's rough.

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    Damn, that makes it less likely that Kubiak gets canned

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