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The Jets won 3 TERRIFIC games in a row 

1) Against Doosh Payton 

2) Against the Eagles and their doosh fans for the first time ever 

3) Against the Giant and their ministry of public enlightenment and propaganda

Great wins! Against the Giants and Eagles especially I’ll take those wins anyway I can get them. Zach was a part of those wins like it or not. 

They lost 1 game. It wasn’t even a game like the Cowboys in which they were just outclassed. It was a game where they got down early due to self inflicted wounds and it eventually spiraled out of control. Happens all the time in the NFL and I guarantee the Jets will be beneficiaries of a similar game sometime down the line. 

The Jets very well may fall apart like they did last year, but let’s wait until it happens at least. So sick of the mob mentality against this QB and the team. 

It’s all spearheaded by the NY media who are largely influenced by the Maras, and are doing whatever they can to take the attention off of the Giants. 

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3 minutes ago, faba said:

Logic thinking lets do it guys-the QB is worst statistically in NFL . Lets be happy about that

So let’s see if he improves in the 2nd half. 

Newsflash: the Jets Super Bowl aspirations ended the second Rodgers got hurt. Even if Rodgers didn’t get hurt that night it still wasn’t happening as the offense had fatal flaws in the way it was built. 

Wouldn’t you rather watch Zach play and try to improve than watch Siemian or Boyle who don’t have any future with this team? 

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29 minutes ago, GreekJetinPatLand said:

The Jets won 3 TERRIFIC games in a row 

1) Against Doosh Payton 

2) Against the Eagles and their doosh fans for the first time ever 

3) Against the Giant and their ministry of public enlightenment and propaganda

Great wins! Against the Giants and Eagles especially I’ll take those wins anyway I can get them. Zach was a part of those wins like it or not. 

They lost 1 game. It wasn’t even a game like the Cowboys in which they were just outclassed. It was a game where they got down early due to self inflicted wounds and it eventually spiraled out of control. Happens all the time in the NFL and I guarantee the Jets will be beneficiaries of a similar game sometime down the line. 

The Jets very well may fall apart like they did last year, but let’s wait until it happens at least. So sick of the mob mentality against this QB and the team. 

It’s all spearheaded by the NY media who are largely influenced by the Maras, and are doing whatever they can to take the attention off of the Giants. 

You’re wrong, and if you would like to know why, respond to this post.

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8 minutes ago, jetswinbaby! said:

Zach doesn't hurt the Jets enough to prevent them from winning...

Zach doesn't help the Jets enough to prevent them from losing...

The Jets continue to field a big fat Zero at the most important position in professional sports...

How is that logical?...

False.  He directly cost us the Pats and Chargers games.  

And as @T0mShane has noted with the EPA metric, he’s cost us roughly 100 points over the course of the season, good for 36th out of 36 qualifying QBs.  None of the other 35 are lower than -60 in that metric.

He’s actively losing us games (or at the very least making them almost impossible to win without miracles, like what happened in the Bills and Giants games) and will continue to do so.  

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15 minutes ago, GreekJetinPatLand said:

Newsflash: the Jets Super Bowl aspirations ended the second Rodgers got hurt. Even if Rodgers didn’t get hurt that night it still wasn’t happening as the offense had fatal flaws in the way it was built. 

Wow so negative.  Shame on you.  So sick of the negative mentality against this team.

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32 minutes ago, Jetsfan80 said:

False.  He directly cost us the Pats and Chargers games.  

And as @T0mShane has noted with the EPA metric, he’s cost us roughly 100 points over the course of the season, good for 36th out of 36 qualifying QBs.  None of the other 35 are lower than -60 in that metric.

He’s actively losing us games (or at the very least making them almost impossible to win without miracles, like what happened in the Bills and Giants games) and will continue to do so.  

If you watch the Film he’s not that bad. 

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