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    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFanTX View Post
    That was just a great read by Brady at the LOS.

    He immediatley recognized that Bart Scott would have man coverage on the RB coming out of the backfield and changed the play.

    Scott was clueless and slow as to his responsibilities.

    He was not within 10 yards of Vereen.
    Actually Kris Jenkins pointed out on SNY after the game that Scott allowed himself to get picked by Welker, possibly the smallest man on the field, as he was busy yapping, pointing, and jogging on that play. He is done, nothing but a mouth at this point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Ray19 View Post
    The media has been a big part of it.

    No where in that post do I put it ALL on the media

    As usual, you can't read.
    No Ray, the media is not a big part of why the Jets are the way they are. It is not even a small part of why the Jets are the way they are. You blame the media because it is easier for you to blame them, than have to criticize any player, coach or front office personnel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYJ37/12 View Post
    Ray, Ive been a Sanchez guy, but facts are facts brother.
    Yes, if you look at his line, pretty good 26-36, nice average. But that does not tell the story and you know it.

    The Jets lost because they are bad, not for one guy.
    That being said, that one guy cost the team at least 10 points early in the game.

    Sanchez is not getting it Ray. What would Brady or Manning have done if the handoff was missed? Fall to the ground and give themselves up, thats what.
    They wouldn't run into the line like they're a freaking fullback.

    Our team is a mess and it starts at the top. I'm not on board with laying all the blame at the qb, that is idiotic.

    The Jets need some changes and qb may be one spot they need to look at upgrading.
    The Jets lost because of turnovers, 5 of them, 2 by Sanchez, and a 52 second period where it was as if the heavens opened, and the cheaters were stricken with an unbelievable strike of luck to put the game out of reach early in the 2nd quarter.

    Apparently God is a Tebow fan too, maybe it was punishment for not giving him a shot sooner? How else can we describe it.

    Not only does McKnight fumble that ball, it pops up and hits Edelman in stride?

    It's not just Sanchez, it isn't, not last night. Sanchez has had his problems ALL of which I have never refuted. He deserved criticism for many of his struggles. But even then I always responded with the challenges he's had due to lacking talent around him due to injuries onthe team and inexperience of youth on the roster.

    I know he hasn't yet lived up to his draft status, but he's also one of a very few set of QB's who has seen an immence amount of turnover on the roster. I just maintain that he can STILL overcome them, and yes, last night, despite the game being out of reach, the fans bemoaning the crap, and seemingly anything and everything stacke dup against him, he put his foot in the dirt, and plowed forward. I can't explain it any more than I have, it was a sign for me and this kid. He still executed, he STILL had command out there, through it all. It's why we are seeing responses from Keller after the game and his disgust for the crowd.

    The injuries at WR, the youth and experience, the injuries he's had to deal with all season at TE, at RB, that is HUGE for a QB, any QB. There is only ONE player on the entire team that has extended chemistry with Sanchez before this season that is healthy and active on Sundays, and after missing the first 6 games, that is Keller.

    To me, Sanchez, coupled with anything and everything I've mentioned, he's also obviously dealing with his own confidence, but that confidence is impacted because of these other factors. Last night, I saw a QB that for the first time was willing to fight through it, and was numb to the fans, numb to it all, but he put his head down and he fought.

    Tell me, Cam Newton is having an unbelievably bad 2nd year as a player, is he done too?
    Last edited by Ray Ray19; 11-23-2012 at 09:49 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Ray19 View Post
    The Jets lost because of turnovers, 5 of them, 2 by Sanchez, and a 52 second period where it was as if the heavens opened, and the cheaters were stricken with an unbelievable strike of luck to put the game out of reach early in the 2nd quarter.
    Using this logic all under perfroming QBs/teams are unlucky.

    Apparently God is a Tebow fan too, maybe it was punishment for not giving him a shot sooner? How else can we describe it.
    If I were a Jet fan I'd describe their play as inexcusable.

    Not only does McKnight fumble that ball, it pops up and hits Edelman in stride?
    If only McNight had a lucky rabbit's foot it wouldn't have happened...
    Last edited by PatriotReign; 11-23-2012 at 09:54 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Ray19 View Post
    The Jets lost because of turnovers, 5 of them, 2 by Sanchez, and a 52 second period where it was as if the heavens opened, and the cheaters were stricken with an unbelievable strike of luck to put the game out of reach early in the 2nd quarter.

    Apparently God is a Tebow fan too, maybe it was punishment for not giving him a shot sooner? How else can we describe it.

    Not only does McKnight fumble that ball, it pops up and hits Edelman in stride?

    It's not just Sanchez, it isn't, not last night. Sanchez has had his problems ALL of which I have never refuted. He deserved criticism for many of his struggles. But even then I always responded with the challenges he's had due to lacking talent around him due to injuries onthe team and inexperience of youth on the roster.

    I know he hasn't yet lived up to his draft status, but he's also one of a very few set of QB's who has seen an immence amount of turnover on the roster. I just maintain that he can STILL overcome them, and yes, last night, despite the game being out of reach, the fans bemoaning the crap, and seemingly anything and everything stacke dup against him, he put his foot in the dirt, and plowed forward. I can't explain it any more than I have, it was a sign for me and this kid. He still executed, he STILL had command out there, through it all. It's why we are seeing responses from Keller after the game and his disgust for the crowd.

    The injuries at WR, the youth and experience, the injuries he's had to deal with all season at TE, at RB, that is HUGE for a QB, any QB. There is only ONE player on the entire team that has extended chemistry with Sanchez before this season that is healthy and active on Sundays, and after missing the first 6 games, that is Keller.

    To me, Sanchez, coupled with anything and everything I've mentioned, he's also obviously dealing with his own confidence, but that confidence is impacted because of these other factors. Last night, I saw a QB that for the first time was willing to fight through it, and was numb to the fans, numb to it all, but he put his head down and he fought.

    Tell me, Cam Newton is having an unbelievably bad 2nd year as a player, is he done too?
    I've been a supporter of Sanchez, hell I didn't even think the Jets should have gone after Peyton last off season, but lets face facts....Sanchez sucks!!

    After falling behind 35-0 his stats are meaningless!!! He sucked when it mattered last night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Ray19 View Post
    The Jets lost because of turnovers, 5 of them, 2 by Sanchez, and a 52 second period where it was as if the heavens opened, and the cheaters were stricken with an unbelievable strike of luck to put the game out of reach early in the 2nd quarter.

    Apparently God is a Tebow fan too, maybe it was punishment for not giving him a shot sooner? How else can we describe it.

    Not only does McKnight fumble that ball, it pops up and hits Edelman in stride?

    It's not just Sanchz, it isn't, not last night. Sanchez has had his problems ALL of which I never refute, I just maintain that he can STILL overcome them, and yes, last night, despite the game being out of reach, the fans bemoaning the crap, and seemingly anything and everything stacke dup against him, he put his foot in the dirt, and plowed forward. I can't explain it any more than I have, it was a sign for me and this kid. He still executed, he STILL had command out there, through it all. It's why we are seeing responses from Keller after the game and his disgust for the crowd.

    The injuries at WR, the youth and experience, the injuries he's had to deal with all season at TE, at RB, that is HUGE for a QB, any QB. There is only ONE player on the entire team that has extended chemistry with Sanchez before this season that is healthy and active on Sundays, and after missing the first 6 games, that is Keller.
    Ray, with all due respect, Sanchez sabotaged the Jets last night. From my seat it looked to me as if he checked off at the LOS to that passing play, locked in on his receiver the entire way, and got suckered by the DB on his pick. This at a time when the Jets were seemingly marching at will on the ground, even with Sparano's sophomoric play calling. In a close game one mistake can open the floodgates, and Sanchez continues to find a way to commit it. This says nothing about the patheticness of the "Buttble" which we as Jets fans will have the pleasure of viewing for the rest of our lives as a symbol of Jets futility.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sec.101row23 View Post
    No Ray, the media is not a big part of why the Jets are the way they are. It is not even a small part of why the Jets are the way they are. You blame the media because it is easier for you to blame them, than have to criticize any player, coach or front office personnel.
    I blame the media for creating the distractions on the team this year, and it is ABSOLUTELY 100% the fault of the media and then the fans for buying in and then the team allowing it to affect them.

    But what team isn't going to be affected by ESPN doing non-stop covrage and doing all that it can to CREATE that distraction?

    How do you or anybody else not see this?

    ESPN, the talk radio shows, the newspapers, the hack journalists, they are eating this **** up, the opportunity to kick first, and then kick again while down? The made up circus, the crap about Woody and ratings, Tebow, all of it.

    100% PURE MEDIA GENERATED CRAP!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SizzleBear287 View Post
    All I have to say is please ban all the Patriot fans lurking on the board, particularly PatsfanTX if nobody else- let's keep the mindless bashing to those of us who are frustrated with our situation, not laughing down at us.
    Why, they are not saying anything we don't already know. This team is a mess from Woodpecker to the last guy on the practice squad...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetsFanatic View Post
    I've been a supporter of Sanchez, hell I didn't even think the Jets should have gone after Peyton last off season, but lets face facts....Sanchez sucks!!

    After falling behind 35-0 his stats are meaningless!!! He sucked when it mattered last night.
    He didn't suck when it mattered. 2 bad plays, the INT, the fumble, he didn't suck on those two drives before those plays, or even the drives after it, and then in the 2nd half despite a large lead.

    His stats are very meaningful. Most QB's would get worse, Sanchez himself when the game has gotten out of hand would completely implode, and try to do too much to get the team back into the game, the Sanchez of the first 3 years probably has 3-4 more INT's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Ray19 View Post
    I blame the media for creating the distractions on the team this year, and it is ABSOLUTELY 100% the fault of the media and then the fans for buying in and then the team allowing it to affect them.

    But what team isn't going to be affected by ESPN doing non-stop covrage and doing all that it can to CREATE that distraction?

    How do you or anybody else not see this?

    ESPN, the talk radio shows, the newspapers, the hack journalists, they are eating this **** up, the opportunity to kick first, and then kick again while down? The made up circus, the crap about Woody and ratings, Tebow, all of it.

    100% PURE MEDIA GENERATED CRAP!!!!
    You are really embarrassing yourself today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetswin View Post
    Ray, with all due respect, Sanchez sabotaged the Jets last night. From my seat it looked to me as if he checked off at the LOS to that passing play, locked in on his receiver the entire way, and got suckered by the DB on his pick. This at a time when the Jets were seemingly marching at will on the ground, even with Sparano's sophomoric play calling. In a close game one mistake can open the floodgates, and Sanchez continues to find a way to commit it. This says nothing about the patheticness of the "Buttble" which we as Jets fans will have the pleasure of viewing for the rest of our lives as a symbol of Jets futility.
    I agree that the INT and fumble play were too huge plays, and played a role in allowing the Pats to take a big lead and the game get out of hand, but no, I can't buy that he sabatoged the Jets last night and put the blame of last night all on him. No way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetsFanatic View Post
    I've been a supporter of Sanchez, hell I didn't even think the Jets should have gone after Peyton last off season, but lets face facts....Sanchez sucks!!

    After falling behind 35-0 his stats are meaningless!!! He sucked when it mattered last night.
    Sanchez had one yard passing in the 1st quarter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Ray19 View Post
    I blame the media for creating the distractions on the team this year, and it is ABSOLUTELY 100% the fault of the media and then the fans for buying in and then the team allowing it to affect them.

    But what team isn't going to be affected by ESPN doing non-stop covrage and doing all that it can to CREATE that distraction?

    How do you or anybody else not see this?

    ESPN, the talk radio shows, the newspapers, the hack journalists, they are eating this **** up, the opportunity to kick first, and then kick again while down? The made up circus, the crap about Woody and ratings, Tebow, all of it.

    100% PURE MEDIA GENERATED CRAP!!!!

    How can you be this much of a moron? Rex created this with his big fat mouth, attention whoring, and "open lockerroom".

    Add a loud, amatuer hour first time HC to an attention hungry cluess owner and this is what you get.

    Yeah, it's the media's fault Bart....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Ray19 View Post
    I blame the media for creating the distractions on the team this year, and it is ABSOLUTELY 100% the fault of the media and then the fans for buying in and then the team allowing it to affect them.

    But what team isn't going to be affected by ESPN doing non-stop covrage and doing all that it can to CREATE that distraction?

    How do you or anybody else not see this?

    ESPN, the talk radio shows, the newspapers, the hack journalists, they are eating this **** up, the opportunity to kick first, and then kick again while down? The made up circus, the crap about Woody and ratings, Tebow, all of it.

    100% PURE MEDIA GENERATED CRAP!!!!
    The media is not responsible for the poor play on the field, not one bit. The Jets are not un-lucky, they are simply not good right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFanTX View Post
    You are really embarrassing yourself today.
    this is one time when trolls are useful. THE WHOLE FOOTBALL WATCHING WORLD can see that sanchez stinks. They've been saying for 4 years. It took me 3 years and 3 games to accept it. What more do you all need to see to believe everyone else on the planet is right and you're wrong.

    It is sanchez.

    It is his fault.

    He is terrible.

    A capable QB would never let this happen. A capable QB would have won us the superbowl in 2010.

    I agree that blame can be placed to Rex and Tanny and they're jobs should be on the line as well, but come on man! The QB is everything. When you have one, everything else takes care of itself. When you don't, you start blaming the wind, the tide, the moon and stars before you can see the truth...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Ray19 View Post
    I agree that the INT and fumble play were too huge plays, and played a role in allowing the Pats to take a big lead and the game get out of hand, but no, I can't buy that he sabatoged the Jets last night and put the blame of last night all on him. No way.
    Let me ask you a question, do you realize how many times he checks down to the underneath receiver? The fact that he never sees a WR breaking deep (as rare as that may be with the absurd offense the Jets run). The Jets gameplan was apparently to chew the clock on the ground and keep it close, it worked for a quarter, until turnovers and bad decision making sabotaged it. I'm sitting at my seat trying to figure out how we are going to score 21 points and hold the Pats scoreless at 14-0 the rest of the way in the second quarter, only to have my head start spinning around as if I was in the Exorcist as I witnessed the most absurd stretch in the history of this ridiculous franchise. Sanchez has to make a play at some point, and a good place to start would be against one of the worst pass defenses in the league, instead he opened the floodgates with misreads and mistakes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sec.101row23 View Post
    The media is not responsible for the poor play on the field, not one bit. The Jets are not un-lucky, they are simply not good right now.
    Totally disagree. Every time the Jets roll the dice on hiring a new HC savior, we come up snake eyes. That's bad luck squared.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Ray19 View Post
    He didn't suck when it mattered. 2 bad plays, the INT, the fumble, he didn't suck on those two drives before those plays, or even the drives after it, and then in the 2nd half despite a large lead.

    His stats are very meaningful. Most QB's would get worse, Sanchez himself when the game has gotten out of hand would completely implode, and try to do too much to get the team back into the game, the Sanchez of the first 3 years probably has 3-4 more INT's.
    You've accomplished something on this Black Friday....you actually have me agreeing with PatsFanTx....STOP EMBARRASSING YOURSELF!!

    Two say it was just two bad plays is the equivalent of saying..."other then that Mrs. Lincoln, how was the play?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFanTX View Post
    You are really embarrassing yourself today.
    Quote Originally Posted by brady's a catcher View Post
    How can you be this much of a moron?
    watch the insults

    there's enough misery in Jet land today without people attacking each other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetswin View Post
    Let me ask you a question, do you realize how many times he checks down to the underneath receiver? The fact that he never sees a WR breaking deep (as rare as that may be with the absurd offense the Jets run). The Jets gameplan was apparently to chew the clock on the ground and keep it close, it worked for a quarter, until turnovers and bad decision making sabotaged it. I'm sitting at my seat trying to figure out how we are going to score 21 points and hold the Pats scoreless at 14-0 the rest of the way in the second quarter, only to have my head start spinning around as if I was in the Exorcist as I witnessed the most absurd stretch in the history of this ridiculous franchise. Sanchez has to make a play at some point, and a good place to start would be against one of the worst pass defenses in the league, instead he opened the floodgates with misreads and mistakes.
    He also appears to do a poor job of checking out of and into bad plays. Watch how many times he yell "Kill, Kill", and the following play is usually one for little to no gain.

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