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Thread: *** OFFICIAL Jets @ Bengals 8/10 GAME DAY THREAD***

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    We can't ground and pound without a dominant offensive line OR an elite back. I don't think you need both.

    Good line + elite back, that works.

    Good back + dominant line, that works too.

    Good back + good line, you're going to struggle to get 20 points in some games.



    Average back + good line
    Average line + good back
    Average line + average back, or anything worse...

    will fail every time. You need a few 40+ yard TDs each year in order to score more than 22 or 23 points per game. It's really hard to do that on the ground.

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    Super Demario Brothers time!!!

    Watch, pick 6 here.

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    21 passing yards that is pathetic. Unreal.

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    Make a play Maybin....whats up bro? You killing it in practice i read it on the tweeter all week.

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    get your popcorn ready! second half is comin up!

    sht Nick folk gets a touchback?! hellsyeah

    i predict a TD for, um, a, MTV -- fumble recovery in endzone

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    Sorry, but Jets need dime corners. Trufant is awful.

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    Trufant has all that speed but has no body control.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dunnie View Post
    What is more likely .. Sanchez breaking his bad learned check down habits .... Or tebow learning how to throw ... Both are uphill battles.
    He threw multiple passes to Turner, even hit Jordan white in the hands who Drop it.. Yet ur complaining about check downs did he even throw a pass to any of the rb's in this game?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Batmans A Scientist View Post
    The Green Room voice and music sounds like they are advertising a strip club
    Same thoughts ... sounds like a creepy 1800 number

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    Quote Originally Posted by dubnick55 View Post
    Don't know if you are being serious or not but the game we are watching right now is the first game to be played on that surface. The surface was completely torn out and replaced this summer...The only thing that has happened on that field is a few concerts and a couple of the Bengals practices.

    I was on that field a few weeks after it was replaced and it is a nice surface with plenty of "give". The problem, I believe, resides in the cleats these players are wearing now. The cleats are way too aggressive. Meaning look at the outer edge of the bottom and just how many spikes are there. Back in the day there were seven cleats on a shoe now there are four just on the outside edge and twelve across the entire shoe and this is just the one example I can find.

    I have a really hard time believing that these new turf surfaces cause more injury than a natural surface.
    I agree with you about the cleats.

    But sometimes these new fields are not perfect either. It looks like guys feet are getting stuck underneath them.

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    Jets d-line getting pushed back. Coples got in there, couldn't get the tackle.

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    Coples in secondary > Trufant

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10PennyToColes87 View Post
    Jets d-line getting pushed back. Coples got in there, couldn't get the tackle.
    He's gassed right now....tripping over his own feet.

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    Hate to say it but jets look bad tonight and I k now it s the first preseason game

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    Maybin's kind of disappointing. Getting blown off the ball.

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    #54...you stink.

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    To all the folks that said this team has no depth. You are correct.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McGinley View Post
    Anyone notice that the Nike logo on the right shoulder of the jerseys are backwards?
    Like the American flag the Swoosh doesn't retreat unless it's on the jersey of a Jet player on offense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HitSomeone41 View Post
    #54...you stink.
    Bellore always has.

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    Sanchez didn't throw any checkdowns that I saw. We called a bunch of short pass plays.

    There was one play where a receiver got open on a deep out, but the protection didn't hold up and Sanchez was already running for the first down marker when he was open. He would have also had to throw the ball across his body and against his momentum to get the ball to him, would have been a bad decision to throw it at that point.

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