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Thread: How Many Sacks Will the Jets Give up on Sunday?

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    How Many Sacks Will the Jets Give up on Sunday?

    I'd really like to know what's going to stop the swarm of Seahawks coming at Mark all day, In Seattle? The place where Green Bay gave up 8 in the first half ?(albeit w/replacement refs)

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    Quote Originally Posted by BleedGreen314 View Post
    I'd really like to know what's going to stop the swarm of Seahawks coming at Mark all day, In Seattle? The place where Green Bay gave up 8 in the first half ?(albeit w/replacement refs)
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    Quote Originally Posted by BleedGreen314 View Post
    I'd really like to know what's going to stop the swarm of Seahawks coming at Mark all day, In Seattle? The place where Green Bay gave up 8 in the first half ?(albeit w/replacement refs)
    Refs are starting to catch up with the Seahawks DBs penchant for grabbing & holding.
    Everyone knows the replacement refs weren't calling anything
    This was even shown on NFL network, when the Steelers were shown on 5 plays holding & grabbing Jet wideouts after 5 yards down the field.

    * Jets Oline is definitely better than the packers, unfortunately the QB isn't close but with time, I think Mark can make enough plays. This game is 100% about not turning the ball over, I truly believe we can shake up Wilson enough to play on the short side of the field enough to win as long as we don't turn the ball over.
    Ugly, ugly win, I'll take it!

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    I went with 2-3. Something tells me the Jets, when they pass, will rely heavily on quick slants, ins, and roll outs to minimize pressure and help get Sanchez in rhythm.

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    4 Sacks, a Fumble, and a pick 6.

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    something something ABSENTEE BALLOTS herperderper



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    The OL 0. Sanchez will hold onto the ball for 6-9 seconds every play and give up 2 as always. Sanchez causes a LOT of his own sacks IMO.

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    Are we going by quarters or total for the game?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetBidi View Post
    4 Sacks, a Fumble, and a pick 6.
    I was gonna say that! plus Sanchez gets pulled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sg3 View Post
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    The thread is not about your IQ.

    Please stay on topic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFanTX View Post
    The thread is not about your IQ.

    Please stay on topic.
    Personal attack

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    Rex's loyalty in Sanchez should get tested in this game. I expect an ultra conservative approach keeping the ball out of Sanchez's hands as much as possible. Plenty of 3 and outs and one tired punter's leg. It will be all on the Jets D this week. If the Jets are forced to pass and Sanchez wilts, this board may get set on fire Detroit style

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    Probably only about 3, b/c Sanchez will throw the ball right to the defenders to avoid pix.

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