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It's not the end of the world if we lose this Sunday.

If Dallas wins against Baltimore we can still get in on a WC berth if we beat Miami.

The only thing we're really playing for is homefield advantage in the first round against New England. (assuming NE wins out)

Now we know the status of Big Jinx has been questionable, so we should probably rest him on Sunday if Baltimore loses against Dallas. We hold the tiebreaker against Balt (according to Yahoo playoff generator).

Regardless of what happens, we need to win against Miami period, but you folks already know that.

Lets hope Dallas wins this Saturday so we can give Jenkins a break. He hasn't been the same guy since the Tennessee game.

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Jenkins is getting plenty of rest during the game, they are not overusing him. He is subbed out quite often. It is surprising at times actually.

Sitting him in what is a huge game when they control their own destiny is not an option. What are they going to do, leave him on the east coast and send him for spa treatments? Pass.

Football is a tough game. He has to work through whatever injuries, fatigue he is having. I agree something is wrong, he doesn't seem to be on the same level he was earlier this year. But unless they decide he is too hurt to help them, he will be out there giving it his best.

And I am sure he Jenkins wouldn't have it any other way.

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It's not the end of the world if we lose this Sunday.

If Dallas wins against Baltimore we can still get in on a WC berth if we beat Miami.

The only thing we're really playing for is homefield advantage in the first round against New England. (assuming NE wins out)

Now we know the status of Big Jinx has been questionable, so we should probably rest him on Sunday if Baltimore loses against Dallas. We hold the tiebreaker against Balt (according to Yahoo playoff generator).

Regardless of what happens, we need to win against Miami period, but you folks already know that.

Lets hope Dallas wins this Saturday so we can give Jenkins a break. He hasn't been the same guy since the Tennessee game.

That's a lot to play for. And this team has to get their momentum back. No way I want to back into the playoffs losing 3 of the last 5 games.

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It's not the end of the world if we lose this Sunday.

If Dallas wins against Baltimore we can still get in on a WC berth if we beat Miami.

The only thing we're really playing for is homefield advantage in the first round against New England. (assuming NE wins out)

Now we know the status of Big Jinx has been questionable, so we should probably rest him on Sunday if Baltimore loses against Dallas. We hold the tiebreaker against Balt (according to Yahoo playoff generator).

Regardless of what happens, we need to win against Miami period, but you folks already know that.

Lets hope Dallas wins this Saturday so we can give Jenkins a break. He hasn't been the same guy since the Tennessee game.

R U out of your mind????????

BTW ravens win this week and take out Romo..

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Point being we still control our own destiny if we lose on Sunday and Balt loses on Saturday. 2 weeks of a rested Jekins would be more beneficial to this team than him playing a snap in a meaningless game this weekend.

If Balt loses Saturday, you have a point. But I think football is a very emotional sport and it is far more important for this team to get its confidence back by winning the last two games than what one game's rest would do for Jenkins. Of course, we have no idea of the extent of Jenkins "problems" and whether or not a week's rest would help.

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Point being we still control our own destiny if we lose on Sunday and Balt loses on Saturday. 2 weeks of a rested Jekins would be more beneficial to this team than him playing a snap in a meaningless game this weekend.

They don't control their own destiny without help. If the player is healthy, he is playing.

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It's not the end of the world if we lose this Sunday.

If Dallas wins against Baltimore we can still get in on a WC berth if we beat Miami.

The only thing we're really playing for is homefield advantage in the first round against New England. (assuming NE wins out)

Now we know the status of Big Jinx has been questionable, so we should probably rest him on Sunday if Baltimore loses against Dallas. We hold the tiebreaker against Balt (according to Yahoo playoff generator).

Regardless of what happens, we need to win against Miami period, but you folks already know that.

Lets hope Dallas wins this Saturday so we can give Jenkins a break. He hasn't been the same guy since the Tennessee game.

Why do we care about a WC birth when we are going to WIN the DIV.

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It's not the end of the world if we lose this Sunday.

If Dallas wins against Baltimore we can still get in on a WC berth if we beat Miami.

The only thing we're really playing for is homefield advantage in the first round against New England. (assuming NE wins out)

Now we know the status of Big Jinx has been questionable, so we should probably rest him on Sunday if Baltimore loses against Dallas. We hold the tiebreaker against Balt (according to Yahoo playoff generator).

Regardless of what happens, we need to win against Miami period, but you folks already know that.

Lets hope Dallas wins this Saturday so we can give Jenkins a break. He hasn't been the same guy since the Tennessee game.

Funny, I thought we were playing for the DIVISION CHAMPIONSHIP.

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Jenkins is getting plenty of rest during the game, they are not overusing him. He is subbed out quite often. It is surprising at times actually.

Sitting him in what is a huge game when they control their own destiny is not an option. What are they going to do, leave him on the east coast and send him for spa treatments? Pass.

Football is a tough game. He has to work through whatever injuries, fatigue he is having. I agree something is wrong, he doesn't seem to be on the same level he was earlier this year. But unless they decide he is too hurt to help them, he will be out there giving it his best.

And I am sure he Jenkins wouldn't have it any other way.

I think you are 100% about Jenkins we have been resting him way to much he is taken out in nickel and dime situations which is a bit to much. We need a legitimate win and get our confidence back. It is not time to rest anybody, week 16 in the NFL everybody is hurting.

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Lets hope Dallas wins this Saturday so we can give Jenkins a break. He hasn't been the same guy since the Tennessee game.

He hasn't been the same because teams are spreading us out and neutralizing his advantage. It has little to do with his abilities.

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He hasn't been the same because teams are spreading us out and neutralizing his advantage. It has little to do with his abilities.

Actually, No.

Buffallo were running right up the gut against us in a way NO team had done earlier in the season. Yeah they mixed it up but on inside runs Jenkins is simply not making the same impact that he used to. He's not getting of blockers and getting the push anymore.

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If Baltimore LOSES Saturday, we STILL CONTROL OUR OWN DESTINY Monday, no matter what happens Sundaay

We are a team that needs to regain some confidence, not back into the playoffs as a wildcard.

The bottom line is that we want to put ourselves in a position for the last week of the season where we can still make the playoffs even if we lose. If we lose to Seattle, the game against Miami becomes a must win and the pressure on us is exponentially higher.

There are three teams tied for the lead at 9-5 in the AFC East. This is no time to start toying around with the roster and getting cute with hypotheticals.

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We are a team that needs to regain some confidence, not back into the playoffs as a wildcard.

The bottom line is that we want to put ourselves in a position for the last week of the season where we can still make the playoffs even if we lose. If we lose to Seattle, the game against Miami becomes a must win and the pressure on us is exponentially higher.

There are three teams tied for the lead at 9-5 in the AFC East. This is no time to start toying around with the roster and getting cute with hypotheticals.

Amen brother

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If we are the wild card we are going to be out in the first round- do you really want that. I want to say we are the AFC East champs.

I also want to be the AFC East champs, but going into foxboro then Tennessee wouldn't be the worst scenarios.

We just gotta win when we have to win. We are still playoff bound.

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Actually, No.

Buffallo were running right up the gut against us in a way NO team had done earlier in the season. Yeah they mixed it up but on inside runs Jenkins is simply not making the same impact that he used to. He's not getting of blockers and getting the push anymore.

That's one game.

And they were able to run on us because we had no answer for the short passing game. Which is becoming more and more evident. Teams are passing to set up the run on us.

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Honestly, it should be the end of the world if the Jets lose to Seattle.

The Seahawks are a bad team. They're bad home and they're bad away. The Jets should not go 0-4 on the westcoast. That's ridiculous.

Mangini would look like Rich Kotite if the Jets lost this Sunday.

So, yes, a team trying to win a division and control their own destiny for the division title and a home playoff game losing to a 3-11 team is the end of the world.

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Honestly, it should be the end of the world if the Jets lose to Seattle.

The Seahawks are a bad team. They're bad home and they're bad away. The Jets should not go 0-4 on the westcoast. That's ridiculous.

Mangini would look like Rich Kotite if the Jets lost this Sunday.

So, yes, a team trying to win a division and control their own destiny for the division title and a home playoff game losing to a 3-11 team is the end of the world.

agree,,so , we back into playoffs and i can think of nothing worse that getting our asses handed to us in Foxboro,,ok, 1 worse thing,,getting asses handed to us in meadowlands by pats

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Honestly, it should be the end of the world if the Jets lose to Seattle.

The Seahawks are a bad team. They're bad home and they're bad away. The Jets should not go 0-4 on the westcoast. That's ridiculous.

Mangini would look like Rich Kotite if the Jets lost this Sunday.

So, yes, a team trying to win a division and control their own destiny for the division title and a home playoff game losing to a 3-11 team is the end of the world.

I agree. even 1-3 is ridiculous on the west but we have to settle with that. The pats have handled there trips well. why cant we?

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I agree. even 1-3 is ridiculous on the west but we have to settle with that. The pats have handled there trips well. why cant we?

we rarely make halftime adjustmenst and sutton hasnt adjusted his D to the obviosu 4 wr sets and dump off slants and screens

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