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Brick has got his hands full with big white boy.. That guy lived in the fish backfield last week. I can't remember his name...But he weighs a lot, is white, good, and wears a Bills helmet

His name is Aaron Schobel.

He made Matt light look like a Pop Warner player.

D'Brick is already crapping his pants, and it is only Tuesday.

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His name is Aaron Schobel.

He made Matt light look like a Pop Warner player.

D'Brick is already crapping his pants, and it is only Tuesday.

Do you think he will make Brick look like a timid little child?

I think Brick will be fine. The 3rd game is when most Hall Of Famers come into their own.

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Do you think he will make Brick look like a timid little child?

I think Brick will be fine. The 3rd game is when most Hall Of Famers come into their own.

Schobel is the 2nd quickest speed rusher (behind Dwight Freeney) in the NFL.

He'll destroy D'Brick one-on-one.

Let's see Mangini's game plan to address that sitution.;)

Otherwise, PennyBoy will be a sitting duck (like his passes) back there.

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How can you be in a bad mood?

The Pats will easily win the AFCE for the 4th straight year.

While the pathetic Jets will be lucky to win between 6-8 games.

All is very good.;)

I made the mistake of going to the baseball forum. Plus there was the Pats thread and it referenced SB31. Damn SB31 pissed me off!

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How can you be in a bad mood?

The Pats will easily win the AFCE for the 4th straight year.

While the pathetic Jets will be lucky to win between 6-8 games.

All is very good.;)

I admire your courage. Seriously there are like 13 Jets boards. And you can only post on like 12 of them.

Yet you don't blink an eye. You just post away and don't complain about being dealt a bad hand.

You are the definition of bravery.

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I admire your courage. Seriously there are like 13 Jets boards. And you can only post on like 12 of them.

Yet you don't blink an eye. You just post away and don't complain about being dealt a bad hand.

You are the definition of bravery.

That one went sailing right over my head.

I hope you were not trying to be funny.:eek:

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His name is Aaron Schobel.

He made Matt light look like a Pop Warner player.

I thought according to you guys Matt Light was a Pop Warner player. Isn't that one of the reasons Robertson was supposed to run him over?

How can you be in a bad mood?

The Pats will easily win the AFCE for the 4th straight year.

While the pathetic Jets will be lucky to win between 6-8 games.

All is very good.;)

8 wins would be double last year and a pretty good total for a rebuilding team. I wouldn't call 8 wins pathetic at all. You must have some faith in Mangini.

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We have had a lot of trouble historically winning in Buffalo-again the key is can we get more production in the running game and we have to stop McGahee from running wild like he has done to us in recent past.

Forget our running game. The weather calls for some rain and I think it will be a long day with the Jills.

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actually our passing attack matches well with the Bills defense-unlike the Fins who with Culpepper and his 5-7 step drops and lousy (and injury depleted) offensive line were getting killed-use the pass to open up the run this week don't screw around--get some quick points on the board and make Losman throw-taking away the MacGahee factor-play Bengals type football and we can win this one going away.

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actually our passing attack matches well with the Bills defense-unlike the Fins who with Culpepper and his 5-7 step drops and lousy (and injury depleted) offensive line were getting killed-use the pass to open up the run this week don't screw around--get some quick points on the board and make Losman throw-taking away the MacGahee factor-play Bengals type football and we can win this one going away.

Well, you make a good point there SFJ. It's the thing that I mentioned at the tailgate before the Pats game: we are not built to play from behind, and the chances for Ws will increase if the Jets can get off to good starts.

But without a decent running game, it will be difficult either way.

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Well, you make a good point there SFJ. It's the thing that I mentioned at the tailgate before the Pats game: we are not built to play from behind, and the chances for Ws will increase if the Jets can get off to good starts.

But without a decent running game, it will be difficult either way.

16 straight games without a first quarter TD...and counting.

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The key to this game has much more to do with our D than the O. We MUST stop the run and force Losman to throw the ball. If we do he will make mistakes that will result in either defensive points or field position. We are not going to be moving the ball up and down the field so mistake free football from our side is paramount.

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His name is Aaron Schobel.

He made Matt light look like a Pop Warner player.

D'Brick is already crapping his pants, and it is only Tuesday.

I think hes thinking of Ryan Denney. He had 3 sacks and a focred fumble. Hes about 6'7 too.

However Aaron Schobel is much better and is always a threat to everyone. Denney finally played a good game, and hasnt been a starter until this year. We'll see how he fares this week.

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I think hes thinking of Ryan Denney. He had 3 sacks and a focred fumble. Hes about 6'7 too.

However Aaron Schobel is much better and is always a threat to everyone. Denney finally played a good game, and hasnt been a starter until this year. We'll see how he fares this week.

BTW W-21 thanks for beating the least favorite team of all of us AFC east fans Sunday...how bad is Culpepper?

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Looking ahead: Jets at Bills

Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Jets at Bills

Sunday, 1 p.m., Ch. 2

Early line

Bills by 5½

The Jets showed quick progress by snapping their eight-game road losing streak at Tennessee. Now comes a huge hurdle: Ralph Wilson Stadium, where they've lost their past three and eight of their past 11. On top of that, it's Buffalo's home opener after the Bills lost a close season opener at New England, then stunned the Dolphins in Miami. The line is the largest in the Bills' favor in this rivalry since they were 9½-point home favorites over the Rich Kotite Jets in 1996.

On the hot seat

Dewayne Robertson

On the field for 51 of the 69 defensive plays Sunday, Robertson had only two tackles and had no discernible QB pressure. Eric Mangini said against New England, his nose tackle "did a good job playing the technique we ask him to play and doing things we ask him to do." Meanwhile, Rashad Moore went from eight plays in the base defense in the opener to 18 plays vs. the Pats. Somebody must be stouter up the middle beginning against Willis McGahee and the Bills.

Game plan

For the second road upset of the Mangini regime, the offensive line has to open more holes for the struggling running game and better protect Chad Pennington -- Buffalo sacked Miami's Daunte Culpepper seven times and LB Takeo Spikes (hamstring) is expected to return this week. Also, Mike Westhoff's special teams have to be at their best to stalemate the Bills' outstanding specialists. A first half similar to the 17-0 deficit against the Patriots will mean death at "The Ralph."

– Randy Lange

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The interior lines on offense and defense have to get 'er done, or it will be a long afternoon.

there's gonna be a lot of 3 step drops this week.Me and Gainzo were pretty much the only 2 guys in the Bill/Fins thread Sunday talking about the game and if you saw it JC,you'd gameplan it the same way-use the pass to open up the run and keep the defense on the feild as much as you can-THEN when we GET a lead of a TD or two run the ball-if we can

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TRANSLATION: The fat load stunk up the joint.

Way to post the entire quote.

"I thought, overall, he did a good job of playing the technique that we asked him to play," Mangini said of the Jets' first-round pick in 2003 who is playing nose tackle for the first time in his career. "Sometimes it's doing your job first, it's part of playing into the bigger scheme of things. You may not be the one getting the sacks."

Personally, if I were you I would’ve chosen this one:

In 11 running plays with [Rashad] Moore, the Jets allowed 32 yards (2.9 average) against the Pats. In 27 plays with starter Dewayne Robertson, they yielded 115 (4.2).

Dooshey.

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TRANSLATION: The fat load stunk up the joint.

I agree Tex-Moore stood his ground much better and I expect to be seeing more and more of him and less and less of DRob.Also-I hope to not even see Blaylock activated Sunday-I'm all for the continued purging of Herman Edwards and Terry Bradway mistakes...regardless of where they were drafted or who they were traded for

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there's gonna be a lot of 3 step drops this week.Me and Gainzo were pretty much the only 2 guys in the Bill/Fins thread Sunday talking about the game and if you saw it JC,you'd gameplan it the same way-use the pass to open up the run and keep the defense on the feild as much as you can-THEN when we GET a lead of a TD or two run the ball-if we can

Good idea on the 3 step drops, but look for the Buff cbs to jump routes if it becomes too predictable.

The offense will be hamstrung until it gets some kind of running game going, and thats why the OL needs to step up.

The Dline also needs to step up or they will be on the field too long.

We'll see how it goes, but I suspect the Buff gals' trench guys are pretty strong...

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Good idea on the 3 step drops, but look for the Buff cbs to jump routes if it becomes too predictable.

The offense will be hamstrung until it gets some kind of running game going, and thats why the OL needs to step up.

The Dline also needs to step up or they will be on the field too long.

We'll see how it goes, but I suspect the Buff gals' trench guys are pretty strong...

that kid McGee they have at CB is gonna be a star-but he IS young and we have a smart veterans in Coles and Pennington that also know what they're gonna try to do.

Their D-Lineman have a tendency to John Abraham it; go-fast and wide-that,as we wll know can be exploited by quick slant rushes

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I gotta tell ya I'm going back and forth between here and JI about the upcoming games and there are some really stupid football fans over there.One guy actually thinks it would be better to play a 4 man front to try and stop the run than to be up 17 points and force a JP Losman to try and beat you thru the air.Add to that shasta's Tex imitations with her limited football knowledge-she really needs you over there Tex...

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