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That was unpleasant to say the least. The only bright spot in the NY Jets atrocious performance against the Bills was that it finally motivated head coach Robert Saleh to put Zach Wilson on the sideline. It had to happen, Tim Boyle finally saw the field. Wilson is a bust, and I think he has seen the field for the last time in a Jet uniform. Other than the change at quarterback, there was next to nothing to be happy about coming out of the Buffalo game.

This week the first-place Dolphins come to town. Miami won in lackluster fashion at home Sunday against the Las Vegas Raiders. The Dolphins are banged up at the skill positions. Over the last two weeks, the top-rated offense in the NFL has posted totals of just 14 and 20 points. This matchup is an interesting one. Miami excels in the passing game. The Dolphins are explosive and average a league’s-best 291 yards through the air. The Jets are the fifth-best in the league at stopping the pass. The Jets are one of the few teams in the league that have the ability to pressure Dolphin’s quarterback, Tua Tagovailoa, with just four rushers. That gives the talented back seven of the Jets the ability to drop more people into coverage to deal with all-world receivers Tyreek Hill and Jalen Waddell.  The Jets can’t ignore the Dolphin’s running game. Miami is second in the league in rushing yards, averaging a gaudy 143 yards per game on the ground. It’s a bit of pick your poison with Miami as they can put points on the board quickly on the ground or through the air. The Dolphin’s backfield is banged up though. Running back De’von Achane aggravated a knee injury against the Raiders. The injury had Achane on the IR for multiple weeks. Raheem Mostert went into the Raider game with an injury designation and was held under four yards per carry on the day.

The Jets will not shut the Dolphins out. They need to put some points on the board. The switch to Tim Boyle at quarterback may be a shot in the arm emotionally for the Jets. Boyle needs to make some plays in the passing game to give the team a fighting chance to win. Boyle is not mobile, so the Jet offensive line needs to be better…much better than they have been in recent weeks. Miami’s defense is a top-tier unit. They rank 12th in the league. The stats are a bit skewed in this regard as Miami’s opponents are finding themselves behind, needing to abandon the run early and take chances. If the Jets stay committed to the run, they will find some holes in the Dolphins rush defense. The Jets need to run the ball to support Boyle as he makes his first start of the season. If the Dolphins can ignore the Jet’s run game, it will be another long day for New York.

I think the Jets will come to play this week with one of their best efforts of the season. Miami has struggled to beat the quality teams on their schedule. The question is whether the Jets can play like a quality team. New York should get a shot in the arm with the quarterback change, and the embarrassing loss in Buffalo should provide ample motivation this week for Gang Green.

 

 

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Warren is a raw rookie

Tomlindin sucks 

Tippmann is meh

Glaser sucks 

Mitchell sucks

Uzomah sucks

Ruckert sucks

Conklin is meh

Lazard sucks

Gipson sucks

Wilson has had key mistakes 

Cook sucks

Hall is legit, but he gets 8 carries against loaded boxes. 
 

Hack sucks 

Keith Carter sucks 

 

the problem is the jets always start slowly and get behind and it’s over early. 
 

He’ll hit more checkdowns but this offense can’t go 5 plays without a mistake so in the end “he’s not Zach” won’t make a difference 

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6 hours ago, JetNation said:

Tim Boyle

That was unpleasant to say the least. The only bright spot in the NY Jets atrocious performance against the Bills was that it finally motivated head coach Robert Saleh to put Zach Wilson on the sideline. It had to happen, Tim Boyle finally saw the field. Wilson is a bust, and I think he has seen the field for the last time in a Jet uniform. Other than the change at quarterback, there was next to nothing to be happy about coming out of the Buffalo game.

This week the first-place Dolphins come to town. Miami won in lackluster fashion at home Sunday against the Las Vegas Raiders. The Dolphins are banged up at the skill positions. Over the last two weeks, the top-rated offense in the NFL has posted totals of just 14 and 20 points. This matchup is an interesting one. Miami excels in the passing game. The Dolphins are explosive and average a league’s-best 291 yards through the air. The Jets are the fifth-best in the league at stopping the pass. The Jets are one of the few teams in the league that have the ability to pressure Dolphin’s quarterback, Tua Tagovailoa, with just four rushers. That gives the talented back seven of the Jets the ability to drop more people into coverage to deal with all-world receivers Tyreek Hill and Jalen Waddell.  The Jets can’t ignore the Dolphin’s running game. Miami is second in the league in rushing yards, averaging a gaudy 143 yards per game on the ground. It’s a bit of pick your poison with Miami as they can put points on the board quickly on the ground or through the air. The Dolphin’s backfield is banged up though. Running back De’von Achane aggravated a knee injury against the Raiders. The injury had Achane on the IR for multiple weeks. Raheem Mostert went into the Raider game with an injury designation and was held under four yards per carry on the day.

The Jets will not shut the Dolphins out. They need to put some points on the board. The switch to Tim Boyle at quarterback may be a shot in the arm emotionally for the Jets. Boyle needs to make some plays in the passing game to give the team a fighting chance to win. Boyle is not mobile, so the Jet offensive line needs to be better…much better than they have been in recent weeks. Miami’s defense is a top-tier unit. They rank 12th in the league. The stats are a bit skewed in this regard as Miami’s opponents are finding themselves behind, needing to abandon the run early and take chances. If the Jets stay committed to the run, they will find some holes in the Dolphins rush defense. The Jets need to run the ball to support Boyle as he makes his first start of the season. If the Dolphins can ignore the Jet’s run game, it will be another long day for New York.

I think the Jets will come to play this week with one of their best efforts of the season. Miami has struggled to beat the quality teams on their schedule. The question is whether the Jets can play like a quality team. New York should get a shot in the arm with the quarterback change, and the embarrassing loss in Buffalo should provide ample motivation this week for Gang Green.

 

 

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All we need is for Boyle to run this offense quickly and efficeintly . If he is able to pull that off and not try to force things I think you will see the mistakes start to go away. I think Wilson was erratic in just about every phase of the QB position and I think it effected the timing and coherence of the entire unit. If Boyle provides the stability, this unit needs from its QB, things will change for the better. That will, however, take time. This offense will be amped up on Friday early in the game but they have to be wary of mistakes without compromising their ability.

I think Boyle is going to do a good job bringing that stability and it would not hurt some of our playmakers like Hall and Wilson provide a big play early to help the confidence grow. Keeping Boyle steady will be important falling behind and forcing his hand will be bad IMO so the early part of this game will be where its won or lost.

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35 minutes ago, Jet_Engine1 said:

3 step drop and throw.

 

Lather rinse, repeat. Beat them to death with slants to Garrett and screens to Hall. Throw in a couple of tosses to Ruck. 

 

Quick passing game within the design/system.

 

That's all they need.

You watch #1, Ruckert and Boyle are going to have the best chemistry since they were both second stringers since the spring

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Warren is a raw rookie
Tomlindin sucks 
Tippmann is meh
Glaser sucks 
Mitchell sucks
Uzomah sucks
Ruckert sucks
Conklin is meh
Lazard sucks
Gipson sucks
Wilson has had key mistakes 
Cook sucks
Hall is legit, but he gets 8 carries against loaded boxes. 
 
Hack sucks 
Keith Carter sucks 
 
the problem is the jets always start slowly and get behind and it’s over early. 
 
He’ll hit more checkdowns but this offense can’t go 5 plays without a mistake so in the end “he’s not Zach” won’t make a difference 

thanks for sharing - it’s great to be able to call you a fellow jets fan !


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18 hours ago, Larz said:

Warren is a raw rookie

Tomlindin sucks 

Tippmann is meh

Glaser sucks 

Mitchell sucks

Uzomah sucks

Ruckert sucks

Conklin is meh

Lazard sucks

Gipson sucks

Wilson has had key mistakes 

Cook sucks

Hall is legit, but he gets 8 carries against loaded boxes. 
 

Hack sucks 

Keith Carter sucks 

 

the problem is the jets always start slowly and get behind and it’s over early. 
 

He’ll hit more checkdowns but this offense can’t go 5 plays without a mistake so in the end “he’s not Zach” won’t make a difference 

Boy, you’re an optimist.

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Boyle, with Hackett in his ear, will be dealing with a loaded box..that we know the Fins will implement.
We’ll need a creative game plan …with passes down the field included in the mix.

Gonna have to score 20+ points. Not winning this one with a conservative O game plan..relying on the D.    23-20 Jets

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I just watched Boyle's interview... GET THE BALL OUT ON TIME is his repeated mantra along with to take what the defense is giving him. Seems pretty confident that he's comfortable with all his receivers except Garrett Wilson who he said he knows his play. I think we have a chance today if our D is motivated..

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On 11/22/2023 at 9:28 PM, Larz said:

Warren is a raw rookie

Tomlindin sucks 

Tippmann is meh

Glaser sucks 

Mitchell sucks

Uzomah sucks

Ruckert sucks

Conklin is meh

Lazard sucks

Gipson sucks

Wilson has had key mistakes 

Cook sucks

Hall is legit, but he gets 8 carries against loaded boxes. 
 

Hack sucks 

Keith Carter sucks 

 

the problem is the jets always start slowly and get behind and it’s over early. 
 

He’ll hit more checkdowns but this offense can’t go 5 plays without a mistake so in the end “he’s not Zach” won’t make a difference 

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