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  1. #81
    Here's the deal: if the Bengals lose tonight and win their final 2 games against Pitt and Baltimore and they finish 9-7 and the Jets win out and finish 9-7 then the Bengals hold the tie breaker over Jets based on Strength of Victory! If the Bengals win tonight but lose to either Steelers or Baltimore then we hold tie breaker over them. But we need the Bengals to beat the Steelers so in reality tonight's game doesn't mean a thing. We r gonna need the Bengals to most likely lose to Ravens on final week. This all also assumes that Pitt loses 2 more games. A lot of ifs. Jets just need to win out and hope things fall into place. They might and they might not. I give Jets a 33 percent playoff chance if they win out.

  2. #82
    Quote Originally Posted by JoeJam Football View Post
    Here's the deal: if the Bengals lose tonight and win their final 2 games against Pitt and Baltimore and they finish 9-7 and the Jets win out and finish 9-7 then the Bengals hold the tie breaker over Jets based on Strength of Victory! If the Bengals win tonight but lose to either Steelers or Baltimore then we hold tie breaker over them. But we need the Bengals to beat the Steelers so in reality tonight's game doesn't mean a thing. We r gonna need the Bengals to most likely lose to Ravens on final week. This all also assumes that Pitt loses 2 more games. A lot of ifs. Jets just need to win out and hope things fall into place. They might and they might not. I give Jets a 33 percent playoff chance if they win out.
    I canít root for any team with a better record than us even though the playoff predictors say i should.
    In the end, Cincy is a one trick poney A.K.A, A.J. Green.

  3. #83
    So here's the crux of the whole Jets\Sanchez suck negativity these last few weeks:

    The Jets don't suck anywhere near what a lot of other teams do. The problem is that they are always on the edge... building our hopes and expectations, and then stomping on our hearts like an ex-wife.

  4. #84
    Quote Originally Posted by McGinley View Post
    Wow, that was jet-esque.
    It was standard Bungles

  5. #85
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    Man what a dog of a game.

  6. #86
    Nice one Dunlap...👍

  7. #87
    burfict we could have had him.

  8. #88
    😝down goes Dalton!!!

  9. #89
    This is why I hate not controlling our own destiny. We have to count on fail ass mother****ers like the Iggles to not **** things up for us.

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    not looking good

  11. #91
    What in the **** is up with Green & White teams?

    The way that Bryce guy holds onto the ball reminds me of the way Joe does it, in a way. Just holding that **** out there for anyone to knock it out.

  12. #92
    E-A-G-L-E-S! EAGLES, EAGLES, EAGLES!

  13. #93
    When you need 4-9 teams and 2-11 teams (KC) to beat the good teams you're competing with for the playoffs, what do you think is going to happen? Those teams have those records for a reason...

  14. #94
    Wow. This is Thanksgiving Day all over again.

  15. #95
    Bengals may miss the playoffs, but they are a promising team. Good, young QB, dynamic WR, and a solid D. I could see their fans being very optimistic about the future moreso than Jet fans right now (unfortunately)

  16. #96
    Quote Originally Posted by SlickBri481 View Post
    Bengals may miss the playoffs, but they are a promising team. Good, young QB, dynamic WR, and a solid D. I could see their fans being very optimistic about the future moreso than Jet fans right now (unfortunately)
    And boat loads of cap room

  17. #97
    The Bengals handled Dalton similar to how the Falcons handled Ryan. Gave them both great WRs and from day 1 said "you're the center of our offense and we're gonna pass the ball a lot." You're gonna be the reason the teams wins or loses from day 1. Some growing pains, but you can see how it is an effective way to handle a young QB

  18. #98
    tonight's game didn't mean much for us thankfully.

    Basically Jets gotta win out and hope Dallas wins this week, Cincy wins next week, and Baltimore wins in week 17.

    Things get much easier if the Colts lose their last 3 games (2 games vs. Houston and 1 @ KC)

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlickBri481 View Post
    Bengals may miss the playoffs, but they are a promising team. Good, young QB, dynamic WR, and a solid D. I could see their fans being very optimistic about the future moreso than Jet fans right now (unfortunately)
    His accuracy gets really streaky and he loses his mechanics frequently through out the game. If I were a fan of the Bengals that's what concerns me

  20. #100
    Quote Originally Posted by FreshBaked 24 7 View Post
    His accuracy gets really streaky and he loses his mechanics frequently through out the game. If I were a fan of the Bengals that's what concerns me
    yeah, he plays better than the sum of his parts, his arm is not "strong" his mechanics are sloppy, but he manages to make himself a pretty good qb.

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