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    Lankster Picking Up Where Trufant Left Off
    Posted by Randy Lange on November 16, 2012 – 3:33 pm

    Updated, 4:15 p.m. ET

    Ellis Lankster said he would be watching NFL highlights or ESPN’s Top Ten and see blitzing cornerbacks from other teams coming free all the time, swooping in on unsuspecting quarterbacks and separating them from the football.

    “And I would say, ‘Why? Why do I never come free like that?’ ” he wondered.

    At Seattle, it happened. Lankster, playing nickel after Isaiah Trufant suffered his season-ending first-quarter knee injury, came off his left edge in a five-man rush. No Seahawk stepped up to block him, and suddenly there was rookie QB Russell Wilson, as big as day and looking the other way.

    “My whole time running, I was saying in my head, ‘Don’t throw it, don’t throw it, don’t throw it,’ ” Lankster recalled. “He didn’t throw it. I was so happy.”

    Lankster hit Wilson and the ball came loose. In one instant, the third-year man who’s been waiting his turn for his career to get rolling had just picked up his first sack and first forced fumble of his career.

    As luck would have it, the Seahawks recovered the loose ball at their 7. It was still a big third-down play, forcing a 3-and-out, but it was one of several plays that could have signaled a Jets upsurge in that game but went the other way. If only Dustin Keller didn’t false-start, if only Mark Sanchez saw Stephen Hill in the back of the end zone, if only the Jets had recovered that ball and Jeremy Kerley hadn’t muffed the punt …IF ONLY THE JETS HAD A CLUE AS TO HAVING ANY DISCIPLINE.

    That’s what happens to teams on losing streaks. But teams that pull out of those streaks do so by relying on positive trends that develop during those negative teams. We have more on that in our Sunday morning preview of the Jets-Rams game, but suffice it to say that Lankster, to help him should he have a clear shot at Rams QB Sam Bradford, has been going to the Jets’ video library.

    “I never played with Drew Coleman. My first year here, he was gone,” he said of the former Jets corner and strip-sack artist who played last year with Jacksonville last season. “Coaches will be like, ‘Go back and watch how Drew Coleman did it, or how Donald Strickland did it.’ “ GREAT COACHING TECHNIQUE BY REX AND PETTINE; THE RESULTS SAY THAT THATS HOW THEY TEACH BLOCKING, PASSING AND RUNNING BY TELLING THE PLAYERS TO WATCH VIDEO.

    In fact, Lankster did a great imitation. He became the first Jets DB to execute a strip-sack in 28 games, or since DC had three in a three-game span (two against Ben Roethlisberger) late in the 2010 season.

    There’s no guarantee Lankster will be running forward unblocked again Sunday and on Thanksgiving night back home against the Patriots. But an improved Jets rush will help him as he tries to fill Trufant’s (ALL OF A SUDDEN TRUFANT'S AN ALL-PRO) role in coverage against those teams’ top wideouts, Danny Amendola for the Rams and Wes Welker for the Patriots. In fact, as Ryan said a few times this week, Amendola “kind of looks like Wes Welker, and his game looks a lot like it, too.”

    The shame of that is that Trufant likely would have been a key player (THERE YOU GO AGAIN TELLING US HOW GOOD TRUFANT IS)in the Jets’ nickel. He’d been flashing on blitzes himself and got praise for helping to hold Welker down four weeks ago at New England. Unfortunately, Trufant’s left knee got jarred by LB Garrett McIntyre as both went for the tackle of ex-Jet Leon Washington on his first punt return on Sunday. That injury landed Trufant on IR on Tuesday.

    But ‘Zaiah may yet make his presence felt under the Edward Jones Dome on Sunday.

    “Ever since he got hurt, he’s been telling me to ‘hold it down,’ ” Lankster said. “He’s been sending me texts, saying, ‘Don’t feel sorry for me. It’s your time.’ “

    Perhaps it will be.PERHAPS IT WON'T

    Here is the list of strip-sacks by Jets DBs from the Bill Parcells era forward: CAN'T TALK TO MUCH ABOUT THE CURRENT TEAM, SO BRING UP THE PAST

    2010 — CB Drew Coleman 3

    2009 — S Jim Leonhard 2, S James Ihedigbo 1, S Kerry Rhodes 1

    2008 — S Abram Elam 2, CB Hank Poteat 1, CB Darrelle Revis 1

    2006 — Rhodes 3

    2001 — CB Ray Mickens 1

    1999 — Mickens 2

    1998 — S Victor Green 1

    Friday Injury Reports

    Mostly good news on the Jets’ injury front. The good: For the first time this season, the Jets list no players as either doubtful or out for the upcoming game. “I expect us to have a healthy roster,” Ryan said today, “and we’ll see how that goes.” RIGHT, SEE HOW IT GOES...THAT'S COACHING?


    http://blog.newyorkjets.com/2012/11/16/5979/

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    Just another example of how this current owner believes JETS fans are unintelligent.

    For me, its at the top of a long list of my dislike for the current owner

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    Trufant was a big loss that will be felt in the next two games, teams who throw a lot to their slot receivers. Lankster's a bum.

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    Great insight......

    Now please STFU. "Watch tape? Great coaching!"

    You have no clue what the hell is going on behind closed doors. You wanna talk coaching? How bout how bad a player Drew Coleman was for example UNTIL Rex came along and 'coached' him into a solid player who made key plays for this team.

    Criticize the Jets all you want, but atleast do it with some facts or something respectable to back it up. You sound bitter and want to criticize them for any and everything that surrounds the team without any logic or facts to support your opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yayankee View Post
    Lankster Picking Up Where Trufant Left Off
    Posted by Randy Lange on November 16, 2012 – 3:33 pm

    Updated, 4:15 p.m. ET

    Ellis Lankster said he would be watching NFL highlights or ESPN’s Top Ten and see blitzing cornerbacks from other teams coming free all the time, swooping in on unsuspecting quarterbacks and separating them from the football.

    “And I would say, ‘Why? Why do I never come free like that?’ ” he wondered.

    At Seattle, it happened. Lankster, playing nickel after Isaiah Trufant suffered his season-ending first-quarter knee injury, came off his left edge in a five-man rush. No Seahawk stepped up to block him, and suddenly there was rookie QB Russell Wilson, as big as day and looking the other way.

    “My whole time running, I was saying in my head, ‘Don’t throw it, don’t throw it, don’t throw it,’ ” Lankster recalled. “He didn’t throw it. I was so happy.”

    Lankster hit Wilson and the ball came loose. In one instant, the third-year man who’s been waiting his turn for his career to get rolling had just picked up his first sack and first forced fumble of his career.

    As luck would have it, the Seahawks recovered the loose ball at their 7. It was still a big third-down play, forcing a 3-and-out, but it was one of several plays that could have signaled a Jets upsurge in that game but went the other way. If only Dustin Keller didn’t false-start, if only Mark Sanchez saw Stephen Hill in the back of the end zone, if only the Jets had recovered that ball and Jeremy Kerley hadn’t muffed the punt …IF ONLY THE JETS HAD A CLUE AS TO HAVING ANY DISCIPLINE.

    That’s what happens to teams on losing streaks. But teams that pull out of those streaks do so by relying on positive trends that develop during those negative teams. We have more on that in our Sunday morning preview of the Jets-Rams game, but suffice it to say that Lankster, to help him should he have a clear shot at Rams QB Sam Bradford, has been going to the Jets’ video library.

    “I never played with Drew Coleman. My first year here, he was gone,” he said of the former Jets corner and strip-sack artist who played last year with Jacksonville last season. “Coaches will be like, ‘Go back and watch how Drew Coleman did it, or how Donald Strickland did it.’ “ GREAT COACHING TECHNIQUE BY REX AND PETTINE; THE RESULTS SAY THAT THATS HOW THEY TEACH BLOCKING, PASSING AND RUNNING BY TELLING THE PLAYERS TO WATCH VIDEO.

    In fact, Lankster did a great imitation. He became the first Jets DB to execute a strip-sack in 28 games, or since DC had three in a three-game span (two against Ben Roethlisberger) late in the 2010 season.

    There’s no guarantee Lankster will be running forward unblocked again Sunday and on Thanksgiving night back home against the Patriots. But an improved Jets rush will help him as he tries to fill Trufant’s (ALL OF A SUDDEN TRUFANT'S AN ALL-PRO) role in coverage against those teams’ top wideouts, Danny Amendola for the Rams and Wes Welker for the Patriots. In fact, as Ryan said a few times this week, Amendola “kind of looks like Wes Welker, and his game looks a lot like it, too.”

    The shame of that is that Trufant likely would have been a key player (THERE YOU GO AGAIN TELLING US HOW GOOD TRUFANT IS)in the Jets’ nickel. He’d been flashing on blitzes himself and got praise for helping to hold Welker down four weeks ago at New England. Unfortunately, Trufant’s left knee got jarred by LB Garrett McIntyre as both went for the tackle of ex-Jet Leon Washington on his first punt return on Sunday. That injury landed Trufant on IR on Tuesday.

    But ‘Zaiah may yet make his presence felt under the Edward Jones Dome on Sunday.

    “Ever since he got hurt, he’s been telling me to ‘hold it down,’ ” Lankster said. “He’s been sending me texts, saying, ‘Don’t feel sorry for me. It’s your time.’ “

    Perhaps it will be.PERHAPS IT WON'T

    Here is the list of strip-sacks by Jets DBs from the Bill Parcells era forward: CAN'T TALK TO MUCH ABOUT THE CURRENT TEAM, SO BRING UP THE PAST

    2010 — CB Drew Coleman 3

    2009 — S Jim Leonhard 2, S James Ihedigbo 1, S Kerry Rhodes 1

    2008 — S Abram Elam 2, CB Hank Poteat 1, CB Darrelle Revis 1

    2006 — Rhodes 3

    2001 — CB Ray Mickens 1

    1999 — Mickens 2

    1998 — S Victor Green 1

    Friday Injury Reports

    Mostly good news on the Jets’ injury front. The good: For the first time this season, the Jets list no players as either doubtful or out for the upcoming game. “I expect us to have a healthy roster,” Ryan said today, “and we’ll see how that goes.” RIGHT, SEE HOW IT GOES...THAT'S COACHING?


    http://blog.newyorkjets.com/2012/11/16/5979/

    OOOOOOH LOOK AT ME!! I LIKE TO MAKE MY POINTS IN RED! I'm so smart.


    You can make your points using the quote feature without blinding us, you know...

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaPZ187 View Post
    Great insight......

    Now please STFU. "Watch tape? Great coaching!"

    You have no clue what the hell is going on behind closed doors. You wanna talk coaching? How bout how bad a player Drew Coleman was for example UNTIL Rex came along and 'coached' him into a solid player who made key plays for this team.

    Criticize the Jets all you want, but atleast do it with some facts or something respectable to back it up. You sound bitter and want to criticize them for any and everything that surrounds the team without any logic or facts to support your opinion.

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    It's a product of the times. Every accomplishment is to be discounted or the product of coincidence. Success is an accident; failure is the result of the coaches' influence.

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    I have a fun game. Give me the titles of some stories you would like the Jets web site to run. I'll start:

    1. Rex Ryan is a Fat Idiot Who is Starting to Remind Us of Kotite
    2. Tannenbaum: Failure in the Front Office
    3. The Weapon-less Cowboy: The Mark Sanchez Story

    It's the Jets website. Of course they're going to write positive stories. It's like bashing Nike because on their web site they only promote Nike products.

    non story

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    Quote Originally Posted by JFB View Post
    I have a fun game. Give me the titles of some stories you would like the Jets web site to run. I'll start:

    1. Rex Ryan is a Fat Idiot Who is Starting to Remind Us of Kotite
    2. Tannenbaum: Failure in the Front Office
    3. The Weapon-less Cowboy: The Mark Sanchez Story

    It's the Jets website. Of course they're going to write positive stories. It's like bashing Nike because on their web site they only promote Nike products.

    non story
    I like #2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JFB View Post
    I have a fun game. Give me the titles of some stories you would like the Jets web site to run. I'll start:

    1. Rex Ryan is a Fat Idiot Who is Starting to Remind Us of Kotite
    2. Tannenbaum: Failure in the Front Office
    3. The Weapon-less Cowboy: The Mark Sanchez Story

    It's the Jets website. Of course they're going to write positive stories. It's like bashing Nike because on their web site they only promote Nike products.

    non story
    Ohh I like.

    The Queen: Woody Johnson and his powerless chair at J&J
    Loud Statless. Featuring Tom Hanks
    Winless for Elephant

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vin View Post
    OOOOOOH LOOK AT ME!! I LIKE TO MAKE MY POINTS IN RED! I'm so smart.


    You can make your points using the quote feature without blinding us, you know...
    Is that why the text above your avatar is in bold red? Sorry, this was one of the dumbest comments of the year. No offense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Equilibrium View Post
    It's a product of the times. Every accomplishment is to be discounted or the product of coincidence. Success is an accident; failure is the result of the coaches' influence.
    +1

    Tired of ignorance and whining from fans with a false sense of entitlement.

    No one is happy with a losing season ..... doesn't mean you get to be an ignorant jerk off. Some are just unbearable and love to btch and cry and will find any reason to do so.

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  12. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by JetsNeedNewton View Post
    Is that why the text above your avatar is in bold red? Sorry, this was one of the dumbest comments of the year. No offense.
    Actually, I have no clue why the text above my avy is red.


    I'm not kidding. All I did was change it and it automatically put it in as Red text.

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