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And they hoped those 3 would become something... but they didnt. lots of 1st round and 2nd round QB busts. Jets are just another team when it comes to this. And lets not jump on the Russel Wilson or Kirk Cousins train just yet... Sanchez had 2 AFC championship appearances and now look at him...

Your joking about R. Wilson right? That kid made defenses look like fools. And he did it over and over. Kirk Cousins doesn't belong in the same sentence, he looks like an above average QB but hasnt played enough for anyone to know.

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2013 as rookie pass rusher extraordinaire DaMontre Moore opens up his career much like Terrell Suggs did, the other two DL break out, Kyle Wilson breaks out on the other side of a happy Darrelle Revis, and InsertQBHere gives the Jets more efficient QB play.

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Your joking about R. Wilson right? That kid made defenses look like fools. And he did it over and over. Kirk Cousins doesn't belong in the same sentence, he looks like an above average QB but hasnt played enough for anyone to know.

its one season.

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The Jets have a good playoff run every 10 years but lose in the championship game everytime but the lose to Denver long time ago hurt the worst because the Jets were up by 2 TD's and still lost but I have faith the Jets will make it 1 day

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NFLN showed the 1968 Jets yearbook last night. On one hand, it was a great watch. On the other the Jets haven't gotten there since and have lost the AFC title game 5 times since.

Was speaking to an associate a few weeks back about the 1969/70 AFC title game vs. the Chiefs, which would have given them a berth in Super Bowl IV. Jets had 4 downs inside the 5 at the end of the game to take the lead and failed to do so. I had no idea about that game since I was 4 going on 5.

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@ 46 I think I have a better chance of seeing flying cars and weekend trips to Mars before I see a Jet Superbowl to be perfectly honest.

Unfortunately I feel the same. I'm 41 so figure I have 20 years or so left and that might not be enough time for the NY "Chicago Cubs" Jets to win one.

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NFLN showed the 1968 Jets yearbook last night. On one hand, it was a great watch. On the other the Jets haven't gotten there since and have lost the AFC title game 5 times since.

Was speaking to an associate a few weeks back about the 1969/70 AFC title game vs. the Chiefs, which would have given them a berth in Super Bowl IV. Jets had 4 downs inside the 5 at the end of the game to take the lead and failed to do so. I had no idea about that game since I was 4 going on 5.

The KC game would not have given them a berth in the Super Bowl.  KC had to beat the Raiders the following week

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Just a note on that KC playoff game.

 

If you think Sanchez sucked last year you should have seen Namath ,in a home play off game against KC that year.  I can't recall a QB ever playing a worst game in the play offs.

 

That's when the curse started

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The KC game would not have given them a berth in the Super Bowl.  KC had to beat the Raiders the following week

I stand corrected. Never seen highlights of the gam, merely the box score. 

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