Chris Nimbley @Cnimbley
Tomlin says the #Jets safeties, specifically Landry, brings an awesome demeanor to the D & thinks his energy is infectious thru the team
But Tomlin also says once a month won't be good enough for this game & they'll need to spend more time focusing on it
Tomlin says Wildcat is not as obscure as it once was, so you always have to prepare yourself for it about once a month.
Last edited by C Mart; 09-12-2012 at 01:50 PM.
ask plax i think he was the rotten apple in that batch and it didnt take much to sour homles fast we will see how he holds up this year
Oh god no.Kyle Wilson would start outside opposite Cromartie if Revis can't play vs Steelers
Steelers OL is very vulnerable to the pass rush. And...IMO...a healthy Sapp can really help Jets get good pressure on Rothlisberger.
This is Big Ben...not Fitzy, that the Jets D is facing. So if Jets can put consistent pressure on Rothlisberger, then the secondary might be able to have another very good game.
The Jets offense isn't going to light up the scoreboard in this one. Jets D has to have a very good game. Get a couple of picks on Big Ben, and stop the run cold dead. Win the turnover battle in a low scoring game, is the best chance for Jets to pull out a win in Pitt.
Jets need a player who can actually put hands on the QB. Coples looks like one, maybe Sapp is another.
Conor Orr @ConorTOrr
Eric Smith said he's progressing every day, trying to get back as soon as possible. #jets
Thats OK Eric, dont rush. Take as much time as you need.
Cotchery had 16 catches last year and is the 4th wr on his team. Its not like we let go of the guy and hes a number 1 somewhere. He can hardly get on the field.
We needed to get younger and faster at the receiver position. Cotch is neither young nor fast.
Thanks for your time here but it was the right move to let him go when we did.
Sorry for turning this into a Cotchery thread. My point was mainly in reference to his leadership. Although I do think he was terribly underrated as a WR. He has terrific hands and ran very good routes. He was very reliable for Sanchez.
And yes, I think he would have made a major difference in our locker room.
If Cotch returned he would have been the slot guy, instead it was Kerley. The end of Cotch brought about the begining of Kerley and in one game last week Kerley did more than Cotch could do all season at his age.
Loved cotch when he was in college, loved him when he was here, but this team never missed him (Except for maybe in the locker room).
Cotchery had a pretty bad year in 2010 outside of the catch against the Browns, and I can't get on the Jets to bad for letting him go, however as others have mentioned, I definitely think it hurt the chemistry of the team.
I loved Cotchery, but obviously, the team knew something about him too, it's the way it is in the NFL. Anybody labeling this as a Jets mistake isn't thinking straight.