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    Oh No...Rams And Cards Look Tough Tonite...

    Both D's look very aggressive and hard hitting...

    Both teams have outstanding offensive weapons (Richardson, Fitzgerald, etc)...

    At the start of the season, these two games against the NFC West looked like probable Jet wins...

    Now not so sure...

    Where are the wins coming from now?
    How are the Jets getting to 10 wins?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetswinbaby! View Post
    Both D's look very aggressive and hard hitting...

    Both teams have outstanding offensive weapons (Richardson, Fitzgerald, etc)...

    At the start of the season, these two games against the NFC West looked like probable Jet wins...

    Now not so sure...

    Where are the wins coming from now?
    How are the Jets getting to 10 wins?
    Barry Richardson? He sucks. Daryl? Not much. Ore noteworthy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetswinbaby! View Post

    Where are the wins coming from now?
    How are the Jets getting to 10 wins?
    Monday Oct. 8 Houston
    Sunday Oct. 14 Indianapolis
    Sunday Oct. 21 at New England
    Sunday Oct. 28 Miami
    Sunday Nov. 11 at Seattle
    Sunday Nov. 18 at St. Louis
    Thursday Nov. 22 New England
    Sunday Dec. 2 Arizona
    Sunday Dec. 9 at Jacksonville
    Monday Dec. 17 at Tennessee
    Sunday Dec. 23 San Diego
    Sunday Dec. 30 at Buffalo

    Definite losses: Houston, at NE, at Seattle, NE, Arizona, at Buffalo

    Probable wins: Indianapolis, Miami, at Jacksonville

    On the fence: at St. Louis, at Tennessee, San Diego

    We're 5-11.

    SAR I

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I View Post
    Monday Oct. 8 Houston
    Sunday Oct. 14 Indianapolis
    Sunday Oct. 21 at New England
    Sunday Oct. 28 Miami
    Sunday Nov. 11 at Seattle
    Sunday Nov. 18 at St. Louis
    Thursday Nov. 22 New England
    Sunday Dec. 2 Arizona
    Sunday Dec. 9 at Jacksonville
    Monday Dec. 17 at Tennessee
    Sunday Dec. 23 San Diego
    Sunday Dec. 30 at Buffalo

    Definite losses: Houston, at NE, at Seattle, NE, Arizona, at Buffalo

    Probable wins: Indianapolis, Miami, at Jacksonville

    On the fence: at St. Louis, at Tennessee, San Diego

    We're 5-11.

    SAR I
    Miami is a probable win? You miss our first game against them?

    Pretty pessimistic prediction overall though... why am I not surprised?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I View Post
    Monday Oct. 8 Houston
    Sunday Oct. 14 Indianapolis
    Sunday Oct. 21 at New England
    Sunday Oct. 28 Miami
    Sunday Nov. 11 at Seattle
    Sunday Nov. 18 at St. Louis
    Thursday Nov. 22 New England
    Sunday Dec. 2 Arizona
    Sunday Dec. 9 at Jacksonville
    Monday Dec. 17 at Tennessee
    Sunday Dec. 23 San Diego
    Sunday Dec. 30 at Buffalo

    Definite losses: Houston, at NE, at Seattle, NE, Arizona, at Buffalo

    Probable wins: Indianapolis, Miami, at Jacksonville

    On the fence: at St. Louis, at Tennessee, San Diego

    We're 5-11.

    SAR I
    I don't think Jets at Buffalo is a definite loss.

    The only truly crappy teams I see in the remaining Jets schedule are Tennessee and Jacksonville. The Rams and Chargers are playing better than expected. Seattle is up and down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetswinbaby! View Post
    Both D's look very aggressive and hard hitting...

    Both teams have outstanding offensive weapons (Richardson, Fitzgerald, etc)...

    At the start of the season, these two games against the NFC West looked like probable Jet wins...

    Now not so sure...

    Where are the wins coming from now?
    How are the Jets getting to 10 wins?
    Ten wins? Are you serious. By the time this year is over, last years 8-8 will look like a superbowl

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I View Post
    Monday Oct. 8 Houston
    Sunday Oct. 14 Indianapolis
    Sunday Oct. 21 at New England
    Sunday Oct. 28 Miami
    Sunday Nov. 11 at Seattle
    Sunday Nov. 18 at St. Louis
    Thursday Nov. 22 New England
    Sunday Dec. 2 Arizona
    Sunday Dec. 9 at Jacksonville
    Monday Dec. 17 at Tennessee
    Sunday Dec. 23 San Diego
    Sunday Dec. 30 at Buffalo
    6-10

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    we aren't going to beat STL, not gonna beat San Diego either.

    4-12

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I View Post
    Monday Oct. 8 Houston
    Sunday Oct. 14 Indianapolis
    Sunday Oct. 21 at New England
    Sunday Oct. 28 Miami
    Sunday Nov. 11 at Seattle
    Sunday Nov. 18 at St. Louis
    Thursday Nov. 22 New England
    Sunday Dec. 2 Arizona
    Sunday Dec. 9 at Jacksonville
    Monday Dec. 17 at Tennessee
    Sunday Dec. 23 San Diego
    Sunday Dec. 30 at Buffalo

    Definite losses: Houston, at NE, at Seattle, NE, Arizona, at Buffalo

    Probable wins: Indianapolis, Miami, at Jacksonville

    On the fence: at St. Louis, at Tennessee, San Diego

    We're 5-11.

    SAR I
    Why not jus say 2-14 lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I View Post
    Monday Oct. 8 Houston
    Sunday Oct. 14 Indianapolis
    Sunday Oct. 21 at New England
    Sunday Oct. 28 Miami
    Sunday Nov. 11 at Seattle
    Sunday Nov. 18 at St. Louis
    Thursday Nov. 22 New England
    Sunday Dec. 2 Arizona
    Sunday Dec. 9 at Jacksonville
    Monday Dec. 17 at Tennessee
    Sunday Dec. 23 San Diego
    Sunday Dec. 30 at Buffalo

    Definite losses: Houston, at NE, at Seattle, NE, Arizona, at Buffalo

    Probable wins: Indianapolis, Miami, at Jacksonville

    On the fence: at St. Louis, at Tennessee, San Diego

    We're 5-11.

    SAR I
    +1. Possibly 4-12

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I View Post
    Monday Oct. 8 Houston
    Sunday Oct. 14 Indianapolis
    Sunday Oct. 21 at New England
    Sunday Oct. 28 Miami
    Sunday Nov. 11 at Seattle
    Sunday Nov. 18 at St. Louis
    Thursday Nov. 22 New England
    Sunday Dec. 2 Arizona
    Sunday Dec. 9 at Jacksonville
    Monday Dec. 17 at Tennessee
    Sunday Dec. 23 San Diego
    Sunday Dec. 30 at Buffalo

    Definite losses: Houston, at NE, at Seattle, NE, Arizona, at Buffalo

    Probable wins: Indianapolis, Miami, at Jacksonville

    On the fence: at St. Louis, at Tennessee, San Diego

    We're 5-11.

    SAR I
    You've got this wrong. We will be 3-8 and win our last 5 in a row. We are the Jets only we would make the season meaningless, then win 5 meaningless games in a row and screw up having a good draft pick and be 8-8 but the majority of the season was meaningless. At least last years 8-8 we were in contention until the end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I View Post
    Monday Oct. 8 Houston
    Sunday Oct. 14 Indianapolis
    Sunday Oct. 21 at New England
    Sunday Oct. 28 Miami
    Sunday Nov. 11 at Seattle
    Sunday Nov. 18 at St. Louis
    Thursday Nov. 22 New England
    Sunday Dec. 2 Arizona
    Sunday Dec. 9 at Jacksonville
    Monday Dec. 17 at Tennessee
    Sunday Dec. 23 San Diego
    Sunday Dec. 30 at Buffalo

    Definite losses: Houston, at NE, at Seattle, NE, Arizona, at Buffalo

    Probable wins: Indianapolis, Miami, at Jacksonville

    On the fence: at St. Louis, at Tennessee, San Diego

    We're 5-11.

    SAR I
    5-11 is a bit generous. No way this wounded dog beats the Dolphins in a rematch with their young QB and defense possibly playing much better. The Jaguars game is in December, season almost over...knowing the Jets, they'll be packing it in by then.

    The "on the fence" opponents are all better than the Jets PERIOD.

    A rookie QB on a lousy team, on the road will most likely struggle. They will beat the Colts...end the season 3-13, possibly 4-12 with some luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlickBri481 View Post
    Miami is a probable win? You miss our first game against them?
    Quote Originally Posted by BushyTheBeaver View Post
    I don't think Jets at Buffalo is a definite loss.
    In the AFCE, I see us splitting with Buffalo, losing-out to New England, sweeping Miami.

    If I'm wrong about sweeping Miami, wow, we're not going to win another game.

    SAR I

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlickBri481 View Post
    Miami is a probable win? You miss our first game against them?
    Pretty pessimistic prediction overall though... why am I not surprised?

    Or probably missed their game against Arizona last Sunday...Dolphins are not a pushover.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I View Post
    Monday Oct. 8 Houston
    Sunday Oct. 14 Indianapolis
    Sunday Oct. 21 at New England
    Sunday Oct. 28 Miami
    Sunday Nov. 11 at Seattle
    Sunday Nov. 18 at St. Louis
    Thursday Nov. 22 New England
    Sunday Dec. 2 Arizona
    Sunday Dec. 9 at Jacksonville
    Monday Dec. 17 at Tennessee
    Sunday Dec. 23 San Diego
    Sunday Dec. 30 at Buffalo

    Definite losses: Houston, at NE, at Seattle, NE, Arizona, at Buffalo

    Probable wins: Indianapolis, Miami, at Jacksonville

    On the fence: at St. Louis, at Tennessee, San Diego

    We're 5-11.

    SAR I
    Quote Originally Posted by Jets337 View Post
    You've got this wrong. We will be 3-8 and win our last 5 in a row. We are the Jets only we would make the season meaningless, then win 5 meaningless games in a row and screw up having a good draft pick and be 8-8 but the majority of the season was meaningless. At least last years 8-8 we were in contention until the end.
    It's funny to think that because, well, it's so Jets-like, but the truth is those last 8 games went from being "the easy part of the schedule" to something very different.

    at Seattle looks like a loss. We fly home. Fly back out at St. Louis. Certainly looks like a loss. Then 4 days later (thanks Mr. Schedule Maker) it's ruined Thanksgiving against the Patriots.

    At that point, we're 4-7. Arizona and San Diego the two remaining home games. Good teams, cold weather. At Jax, at Tenn, at Buff. Say we get one there.

    5-11 or 6-10 is where we're finishing. Unless (praise holy Jesus) the team full-out quits on Rex and we go a successful 4-12 to punt his ass out the door to join Eric Mangini and Herman Edwards on ESPN.

    SAR I

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I View Post
    Monday Oct. 8 Houston
    Sunday Oct. 14 Indianapolis
    Sunday Oct. 21 at New England
    Sunday Oct. 28 Miami
    Sunday Nov. 11 at Seattle
    Sunday Nov. 18 at St. Louis
    Thursday Nov. 22 New England
    Sunday Dec. 2 Arizona
    Sunday Dec. 9 at Jacksonville
    Monday Dec. 17 at Tennessee
    Sunday Dec. 23 San Diego
    Sunday Dec. 30 at Buffalo

    Definite losses: Houston, at NE, at Seattle, NE, Arizona, at Buffalo

    Probable wins: Indianapolis, Miami, at Jacksonville

    On the fence: at St. Louis, at Tennessee, San Diego

    We're 5-11.

    SAR I
    Pretty much dead on, but I would swap a couple teams out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I View Post
    It's funny to think that because, well, it's so Jets-like, but the truth is those last 8 games went from being "the easy part of the schedule" to something very different.

    at Seattle looks like a loss. We fly home. Fly back out at St. Louis. Certainly looks like a loss. Then 4 days later (thanks Mr. Schedule Maker) it's ruined Thanksgiving against the Patriots.

    At that point, we're 4-7. Arizona and San Diego the two remaining home games. Good teams, cold weather. At Jax, at Tenn, at Buff. Say we get one there.

    5-11 or 6-10 is where we're finishing. Unless (praise holy Jesus) the team full-out quits on Rex and we go a successful 4-12 to punt his ass out the door to join Eric Mangini and Herman Edwards on ESPN.

    SAR I
    I'm listening to whatever you say from now on. Can the Jets hire you to replace Tannenbaum?

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    The Cards OLine is worse than ours. Rams now without Amendola for 4-6 weeks. And Wayne Hunter somehow learned to block.

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    There is not another win on the schedule my friends. Every single team we play is better then us. I can hear it now, "Geno! Geno! Geno!". And it sounds beautiful.

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    Anything over 4 wins will be counter-productive. If we are going to suck, it pays to really suck.

    Anybody watch those two edge rushers for the Rams last night. THAT is what we need.

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