Sanchez may suck ( or not) but I think Rex will come up with a plan to confuse the rookie. This reminds me of the Luck game. Also Tannehill didn't light up the Jets. The Jets simply self destucted.
Also, the major difference between this game and the Colts game was that the Jets were able to manhandle Indy in the ground game. That ain't happening on Sunday. Sanchez will need more than 82 yards passing to win this one.
My guess is that the Jets will start fairly well on both sides of the ball, but then Sanchez will take a shot from one of the Seattle passrushers and the offense will fold immediately.
The game was at home. The Jets would have gotten beat in Indy. Seattel D is going to manhandle sanchez to the point of a benching. Tebow time is right around the corner.Also, the major difference between this game and the Colts game was that the Jets were able to manhandle Indy in the ground game.
The FO has ignored glaring needs on D and O for years and it has caught up to us big time
The only other option is it was for to pad Mark's ego and if that's the case then he should be fired even faster.
1) a coach that promises superbowls
2) back-to-back AFC championships. I honestly thought this team, coach and QB were for real. For the first time, in a very long time, I thought the Jets would be good for a decade.
The three of them turned out to be frauds!
The second time they went to the AFCCG ... They squeezed in. They were not a dominant force.
As much as I can't wait for the end of the Sanchez Era, it has a shelf life of at least another three weeks. If a change is made, it will be made between Thanksgiving and December 2nd and since we'll be 4-7 or 3-8, you would hope a change will come.
1. Offense can't establish the run.
2. Sanchez takes one hit and becomes skittish, tentative, and even more inaccurate.
3. After countless 3 & outs from the offense, Beast Mode finally gets untracked and eats yards in chunks.
I actually think the Jets will bottle up Lynch in the first quarter. To not be completely negative, if the Jets can sustain drives I think this game comes down to the wire. But after seeing what this defense did to the Packers and Pats at home, I think those guys are the ones with the eyes as big as saucers.
This could very easily be Jets/Ravens from Sunday night last year.