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Thread: Will Reggie Bush break the single game rushing record

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    Will Reggie Bush break the single game rushing record

    with the rain and wind, both team will ground and pound. ... and this is bad for the Jets

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    Landry might take him out in the 1st quarter. Unintentionally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewYorkSackExchange View Post
    with the rain and wind, both team will ground and pound. ... and this is bad for the Jets
    Weather will not be an issue tomorrow, Jets are more than fine against the Dolphins.

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    Weather will be an issue. Winds will be around 20mph and it will be raining.

    But this question is still ridiculous. This is Reggie Bush, not Adrian Peterson.

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    Quit being such a *****

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    Lol he has a better chance at breaking his leg. If the conditions are that bad the game plan becomes one dimensional. The defense can stack the box all day. Plus Reggie relies on quick cuts, that's not happening in those conditions. It could be a low scoring defensive battle where the bigger running backs will have more success.

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    Yes..just like we lost to new England by forty...can we stop with these negative threads?

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    Talking HOPE DUSTIN CAN CATCH IN THE WIND/ RAIN

    =Mark Sanchez & Dustin Keller Ė Itís amazing how much better the offense looks when Dustin Keller is on the field, isnít it? He clearly has the most rapport with Mark Sanchez out of anyone on the roster and it really shows. In fact, in the 3 games Dustin has been on the field this year, here are Mark Sanchezís passing numbers:

    58-86, 67.4%, 676 yards, 6 touchdowns, 2 interceptions

    Those are excellent numbers no matter how you slice it, and it really speaks volumes. Mark Sanchez is not perfect by any stretch, but the kid is a GOOD quarterback. For the majority of the season his top targets were Jeff Cumberland and Chaz Schilens.

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    Another in a long list of dumpworthy threads

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    Yes, because this is not trolling.

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    Oh, son...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seagirt View Post
    =Mark Sanchez & Dustin Keller – It’s amazing how much better the offense looks when Dustin Keller is on the field, isn’t it? He clearly has the most rapport with Mark Sanchez out of anyone on the roster and it really shows. In fact, in the 3 games Dustin has been on the field this year, here are Mark Sanchez’s passing numbers:

    58-86, 67.4%, 676 yards, 6 touchdowns, 2 interceptions

    Those are excellent numbers no matter how you slice it, and it really speaks volumes. Mark Sanchez is not perfect by any stretch, but the kid is a GOOD quarterback. For the majority of the season his top targets were Jeff Cumberland and Chaz Schilens.
    Yes but it is clear that Sanchez has not been able to elevate these last two to the levels of Megatron and Fitzgerald proving that he is not a good QB.

    And yet somehow Kerley is improving by throwing himself the ball while disguised as Sanchez or that is what you would be led to believe by the posts out here.....

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    I much rather take my chance with a downhill hammer like Greene than with a scatback like Bush in rainy conditions...

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    Hot sauce. Lots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seagirt View Post
    =Mark Sanchez & Dustin Keller Ė Itís amazing how much better the offense looks when Dustin Keller is on the field, isnít it? He clearly has the most rapport with Mark Sanchez out of anyone on the roster and it really shows. In fact, in the 3 games Dustin has been on the field this year, here are Mark Sanchezís passing numbers:

    58-86, 67.4%, 676 yards, 6 touchdowns, 2 interceptions

    Those are excellent numbers no matter how you slice it, and it really speaks volumes. Mark Sanchez is not perfect by any stretch, but the kid is a GOOD quarterback. For the majority of the season his top targets were Jeff Cumberland and Chaz Schilens.
    Also against some of the worst secondarys in the NFL in Pats,Bills. Lets see how he does against agood defense

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