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is the game for Mangini to prove that these aren't the same old Jets.

We've all fallen into the trap before; win a couple of games, get excited, and lose a game that we should win easily. The season then spirals out of control.

Well, here we are again. Winning again, playing competitive ball, Jets fans excited about the future. This has all the earmarks of a typical Jets letdown game.

Here's hoping that those days are long past. Eric, make it so.

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We've all fallen into the trap before; win a couple of games, get excited, and lose a game that we should win easily.

Why do you clowns continue to think the Browns will be some sort of push-over team?

Have you seen the teams they lost to this year? They played very well against some good teams.

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Why do you clowns continue to think the Browns will be some sort of push-over team?

Have you seen the teams they lost to this year? They played very well against some good teams.

Tx calling someone else a clown. The very definition of irony.

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Why do you clowns continue to think the Browns will be some sort of push-over team?

Have you seen the teams they lost to this year? They played very well against some good teams.

But when we beat them it will be another victory against a meaningless team right?

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Pardon me for not being a Pats-ologist (can't help but notice the similarity to proctologist), but did Mangini work for Crennel? if so, will this give Romeo any help game-planning against the Jets?

Only if Crennel manages to eat Mangini as he grabs and consumes everything and anything edible within reach down his piehole.

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Only if Crennel manages to eat Mangini as he grabs and consumes everything and anything edible within reach down his piehole.

that's a great shot there Guns of you and Curtis-but you should photo shop the 30 lbs or so off yourself that you lost

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is the game for Mangini to prove that these aren't the same old Jets.

We've all fallen into the trap before; win a couple of games, get excited, and lose a game that we should win easily. The season then spirals out of control.

Well, here we are again. Winning again, playing competitive ball, Jets fans excited about the future. This has all the earmarks of a typical Jets letdown game.

Here's hoping that those days are long past. Eric, make it so.

Jets should win this game. Browns' O-line is depleted by injuries and so is their secondary. I expect Droughns to run all over us as every RB we've faced has but we should win in a shootout thanks to Chad.

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Jets should win this game. Browns' O-line is depleted by injuries and so is their secondary. I expect Droughns to run all over us as every RB we've faced has but we should win in a shootout thanks to Chad.

perfect example of the kind of "fan" I was talking about in that thread guys....here is exhibit "A"

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But when we beat them it will be another victory against a meaningless team right?

Even Browns fans know the Jets have been a fraud team so far this season:

Originally posted by skeelos:

Oh yes, the Jets are taking off with an impressive 4-3 record and are so much better than the Browns because the Jets have made such great decisions. Once again, let's take a closer look.

The Jets 4 victories have come against teams with a combined record of 5-22 (0.185 pct).

The Jets 3 losses have come against teams with a combined record of 14-4 (0.778 pct). They have been outscored by a total of 51 points in those 3 losses or an average of 17 points per game. (Ok, to be fair, Jax slaughtered them 41-0, and they lost by 3 to Indy and NE by 7). Overall, their opponents are 19-26 (0.422 pct)

How about the Browns?

Their sole win came against a team that is 1-5. Their losses have come against teams that are a combined 22-9 (0.710 pct). The average margin in each loss is 8.2 points or less than half of the margin in each of the Jets' losses. The Browns opponents overall record is 23-14 (0.622 pct).

They can crow all they want about how smart their management has been, but the single biggest offseason decision that has helped the Jets win 4 games had nothing to do with Jets management. It was the scheduler.

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Even Browns fans know the Jets have been a fraud team so far this season:

Originally posted by skeelos:

Oh yes, the Jets are taking off with an impressive 4-3 record and are so much better than the Browns because the Jets have made such great decisions. Once again, let's take a closer look.

The Jets 4 victories have come against teams with a combined record of 5-22 (0.185 pct).

The Jets 3 losses have come against teams with a combined record of 14-4 (0.778 pct). They have been outscored by a total of 51 points in those 3 losses or an average of 17 points per game. (Ok, to be fair, Jax slaughtered them 41-0, and they lost by 3 to Indy and NE by 7). Overall, their opponents are 19-26 (0.422 pct)

How about the Browns?

Their sole win came against a team that is 1-5. Their losses have come against teams that are a combined 22-9 (0.710 pct). The average margin in each loss is 8.2 points or less than half of the margin in each of the Jets' losses. The Browns opponents overall record is 23-14 (0.622 pct).

They can crow all they want about how smart their management has been, but the single biggest offseason decision that has helped the Jets win 4 games had nothing to do with Jets management. It was the scheduler.

So, you are rooting for the Jets today?

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Even Browns fans know the Jets have been a fraud team so far this season:

Originally posted by skeelos:

Oh yes, the Jets are taking off with an impressive 4-3 record and are so much better than the Browns because the Jets have made such great decisions. Once again, let's take a closer look.

The Jets 4 victories have come against teams with a combined record of 5-22 (0.185 pct).

The Jets 3 losses have come against teams with a combined record of 14-4 (0.778 pct). They have been outscored by a total of 51 points in those 3 losses or an average of 17 points per game. (Ok, to be fair, Jax slaughtered them 41-0, and they lost by 3 to Indy and NE by 7). Overall, their opponents are 19-26 (0.422 pct)

How about the Browns?

Their sole win came against a team that is 1-5. Their losses have come against teams that are a combined 22-9 (0.710 pct). The average margin in each loss is 8.2 points or less than half of the margin in each of the Jets' losses. The Browns opponents overall record is 23-14 (0.622 pct).

They can crow all they want about how smart their management has been, but the single biggest offseason decision that has helped the Jets win 4 games had nothing to do with Jets management. It was the scheduler.

Did this poster mention that the Browns have the worse run defense and the worse rush offense in the NFL?

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is the game for Mangini to prove that these aren't the same old Jets.

We've all fallen into the trap before; win a couple of games, get excited, and lose a game that we should win easily. The season then spirals out of control.

Well, here we are again. Winning again, playing competitive ball, Jets fans excited about the future. This has all the earmarks of a typical Jets letdown game.

Here's hoping that those days are long past. Eric, make it so.

You called it.

And why did you call it?

Because you're a diehard Jets fan.

We've been down this road so many times, we can navigate it with a blindfold on.

And its a low down, damn dirty shame.

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