Translation: Because I said so. No reason, no proof, but they suck, no matter what the scores say, I'll keep saying it until they lose then I'll scream SEE, TOLD YOU!The Jets are still mediocre until they show us otherwise. They're still a team devoid of a franchise quarterback until further notice. There's still the potential of a quarterback controversy as long as zealots are out there clamoring for Tim Tebow and his humility-on-Broadway persona.
Against that "same bad team" all the media including A.Smith picked to come in second in the AFC East and to win week 1 against the jets. Classic.
I've met SAS.
Have nothing to say about him.
laughing so hard at 3:30.... i love how when the women sitting there tries to say one thing during the whole segment SAS who i would love to shut up continues to say the same thing over and over and over again
Funny thing is that "franchise QBs" don't get identified til after they win a SB or take their teams to the playoffs for 5 or 6 straight years. Just ask Eli Last year alone he went from being a goat that many people wanted to run out of town, to an "elite QB" in the NFL.
its true the jets still have more to prove (like whether they are a serious playoff contender), but they did prove they aren't going to have the worst offense in the league, as some predicted. they also proved they are much better than the bills, even though most predicted the bills were as good or slighty better than the jets.
Historically big production on offense in week one of a season, has been a good predictor of having a top 10 offense in the NFL for the season.
It's been a fairly rare occurrence, where a team has dropped 30-40+ points week one, and then been a dud the remainder of the season...could it happen? sure.....but it would be statistically anomalous.