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Jets Gain Ground in AFC East Despite Week off


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Gang Green fans undoubtedly enjoyed their football weekend as they saw the Jets gain ground in the AFC East despite having a the week off.  The now 5-2 Miami Dolphins fell to the Philadelphia Eagles while the Patriots beat the Bills up on Foxboro.  Sitting at 3-3, the Jets are tied with the Bills in the loss column and of course beat them in week 1.

It’s not exactly time to start saving your pennies for playoff tickets, but it’s a lot more than what many expected when the Jets lost Aaron Rodgers for the season after playing just four snaps in the season opener.

Coming out of the bye however, it’s going to be interesting to see if any lineup changes take place.  Dalvin Cook is clearly the worst running back on the roster while Jeremy Ruckert is outplaying CJ Uzomah.  Will this result in any lineup changes or will be be more of the same when the Jets take on the Giants this Sunday?

 

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2 hours ago, rangerous said:

The jets may have gained ground but going forward they need to deal with the teams they play and not rely on the afc teams all losing on a weekend.

I would imagine that's the plan moving forward as they're all out of bye weeks.

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1 hour ago, AFJF said:

I would imagine that's the plan moving forward as they're all out of bye weeks.

Yeah it’s stating the obvious but the players read the papers too and sometimes it seems like they get too full of themselves.  They need to understand they need to win another seven games and there’s only eleven left.  Not much room for error.

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