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Good point. I do believe the offensive line turnover for the Pats is the chink in the armor if you will, at least on offense. Defense is obviously the teams weakest point overall.

They started to come on the end of last year and in the playoffs they had some nice games dont be surprised if the Pats defense starts moving in the right direction. They did focus on that in the draft . Sure they hit a rut the last 3 or so years but they also had a huge turn around. If Belichick gets the right personnel hes gonna be dangerous and as young as they are that wont be good if they do turn it around

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They started to come on the end of last year and in the playoffs they had some nice games dont be surprised if the Pats defense starts moving in the right direction. They did focus on that in the draft . Sure they hit a rut the last 3 or so years but they also had a huge turn around. If Belichick gets the right personnel hes gonna be dangerous and as young as they are that wont be good if they do turn it around

Smash, don't interrupt the Annual Predicted Demise O' The Pats-athon.

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Smash, don't interrupt the Annual Predicted Demise O' The Pats-athon.

Ok Brady is gay and he sucks and Belichick is a coach who cant win unless he cheats

Edit : Belichick is gay as well and so is Kraft and Wes Welker is the most over rated WR in the NFL

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Speaking of Silva- he loves Chris Ivory down in NO....who's behind Thomas, Ingram and Sproles....

Ingram sucks but they picked him high so I'm sure they'll role with him. Be interesting to see how the preseason shakes out...he'd be a guy the Jets should keep an eye on, whether it be a cut or trading a 5th or 6th rd pick. He'd start here.

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The offense is going to be very hard to watch. I know most don't want to hear it... But with our QB, a stable of sh*tty backs, a malcontent at WR who's undersized and not a burner and two other unproven guys.... This team will not only struggle to score points... They're going to struggle to get first downs.

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Perhaps I'm a bit too optimistic but I really am buying into the idea of the offense improving significantly under Sparano. People forget that he did in fact alter his philosophy early in the year as evidenced by that Henne V Brady shootout. He knew it was time to open it up and that seemed to be their plan before Henne got hurt. While I definitely see us as a run 1st team, I won't be shocked if there are some 300yd, 3 td games in Sanchez' future.

If the Jets and Bills split with NE, and they have a couple slip ups along the way, I see no reason why we can't take the division. Defense has the potential to be downright dominant.

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This team is going to be better than alot of people think. They were 8-8 last year, not 2-14. This years offense CANNOT be as bad and disjointed as it was last year. It will not be great but it willl be much more efficient. I don't believe all the sky-is-falling predictions. As for the defense, it will be much better than last year. They have added some much needed speed with Coples and Davis. Thomas is back and they really did miss him last year setting the edge. Scott is getting a little old but had lost 15-20 lbs and has something to prove. Even the safety position has been upgraded(couldn't be any worse). I think this defense has a chance to be as good as they were in Rex's first year when they were first in NFL. Overall I expect a better year than last year on both sides of the ball and on special teams. #27 is simply laughable.

Wow bet you wish you could take all that back.

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post season 31st out of 32 teams http://www.rotoworld.com/articles/nfl/42452/59/team-needs--and--roster-rankings

31. New York Jets

QB: Where to begin. The Jets' roster disintegrated under since-fired GM Mike Tannenbaum to the point that it's arguably the worst collection of talent in football. Although Mark Sanchez is certain to return because Tannenbaum guaranteed his $8.25 million salary, the Jets would be better off never putting Sanchez on the field again. Due to cap concerns, New York will likely have to go cheap on a quarterback competitor, drafting one or scooping up a veteran off the scrap heap.

RB: Impending free agent Shonn Greene head-scratchingly set a career high for carries in 2012 despite rushing for a career-worst yards per attempt. He's not expected back, leaving fellow plodder Bilal Powell atop the depth chart. The Jets are desperate for an injection of burst and explosion in the backfield. They've twiddled their thumbs with faux "power backs" for far too long.

TE: Free agent Dustin Keller has all but begged out of New York and will likely depart for greener pastures. BackupJeff Cumberland is a stiff-moving, upright tight end lacking field-stretching ability. The Jets need an athletic tight end and another wide receiver for their next quarterback.

OL: While center Nick Mangold, left tackle D'Brickashaw Ferguson, and right guard Brandon Moore are still going strong, right tackle and left guard are needy positions on the line. We didn't even get to defense, where New York is desperate for an edge rusher. Calvin Pace will almost certainly be cut. Safety is yet another problem area as starters LaRon Landry and Yeremiah Bell head to free agency. As alluded to previously, this Jets roster is a complete and utter mess.

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post season 31st out of 32 teams http://www.rotoworld...roster-rankings

31. New York Jets

QB: Where to begin. The Jets' roster disintegrated under since-fired GM Mike Tannenbaum to the point that it's arguably the worst collection of talent in football. Although Mark Sanchez is certain to return because Tannenbaum guaranteed his $8.25 million salary, the Jets would be better off never putting Sanchez on the field again. Due to cap concerns, New York will likely have to go cheap on a quarterback competitor, drafting one or scooping up a veteran off the scrap heap.

RB: Impending free agent Shonn Greene head-scratchingly set a career high for carries in 2012 despite rushing for a career-worst yards per attempt. He's not expected back, leaving fellow plodder Bilal Powell atop the depth chart. The Jets are desperate for an injection of burst and explosion in the backfield. They've twiddled their thumbs with faux "power backs" for far too long.

TE: Free agent Dustin Keller has all but begged out of New York and will likely depart for greener pastures. BackupJeff Cumberland is a stiff-moving, upright tight end lacking field-stretching ability. The Jets need an athletic tight end and another wide receiver for their next quarterback.

OL: While center Nick Mangold, left tackle D'Brickashaw Ferguson, and right guard Brandon Moore are still going strong, right tackle and left guard are needy positions on the line. We didn't even get to defense, where New York is desperate for an edge rusher. Calvin Pace will almost certainly be cut. Safety is yet another problem area as starters LaRon Landry and Yeremiah Bell head to free agency. As alluded to previously, this Jets roster is a complete and utter mess.

That damn media again

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post season 31st out of 32 teams http://www.rotoworld...roster-rankings

31. New York Jets

QB: Where to begin. The Jets' roster disintegrated under since-fired GM Mike Tannenbaum to the point that it's arguably the worst collection of talent in football. Although Mark Sanchez is certain to return because Tannenbaum guaranteed his $8.25 million salary, the Jets would be better off never putting Sanchez on the field again. Due to cap concerns, New York will likely have to go cheap on a quarterback competitor, drafting one or scooping up a veteran off the scrap heap.

RB: Impending free agent Shonn Greene head-scratchingly set a career high for carries in 2012 despite rushing for a career-worst yards per attempt. He's not expected back, leaving fellow plodder Bilal Powell atop the depth chart. The Jets are desperate for an injection of burst and explosion in the backfield. They've twiddled their thumbs with faux "power backs" for far too long.

TE: Free agent Dustin Keller has all but begged out of New York and will likely depart for greener pastures. BackupJeff Cumberland is a stiff-moving, upright tight end lacking field-stretching ability. The Jets need an athletic tight end and another wide receiver for their next quarterback.

OL: While center Nick Mangold, left tackle D'Brickashaw Ferguson, and right guard Brandon Moore are still going strong, right tackle and left guard are needy positions on the line. We didn't even get to defense, where New York is desperate for an edge rusher. Calvin Pace will almost certainly be cut. Safety is yet another problem area as starters LaRon Landry and Yeremiah Bell head to free agency. As alluded to previously, this Jets roster is a complete and utter mess.

Don't worry, we're reloading, not rebuilding.

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That damn media again

There is no doubt that at this point the JETS are in one of the worst situations of any team in the NFL. So there is no argument with the rankings here.

But that does not absolve the effing media for its anonymous sources and generating storylines out of thin air (like they did after the Idzik intro) or rehashing old comments from players to lend credibility to current articles without acknowledging that its old material or just being constantly super negative about this team even when things are not that bad. Some like Fatcessca had issues with the JETS team when they were on that pretty good playoff run a few seasons back.

So lets not pretend that JETS fans criticize the negativity without any concrete reason(s)!

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