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The Jets rebounded quickly from their disappointing performance Week 1 with a resounding victory over their divisional foes the Patriots. This week they return with a vengeance to Miami, with the AFC East's lead at stake. While they should be riding last week's momentum, there's been enough controversy over the week to distract the team. With Braylon not starting and Santonio still suspended, will Sanchez be able to respond with a rather thin WR corps? Will LT stay in form against a tough Miami D? How will the secondary do without Revis? There's no question this team will be fired up for another win Sunday to answer all these questions and erase any concerns about discipline. You can't bring them down. With that said, LET'S GO JETS!!!

J-E-T-S JETS JETS JETS!!!!!

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Marshall>Cromartie

Miami O-line> jets d-line

Miami secondary>jets wr

and sanchez blows just wait those passes he threw for tds against the pats will be picked off. He threw across the field to a covered man. he just threw the ball up to Braylon and thats gettin knocked away. im just saying dont be surprised if sanchez has a really bad game

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Marshall>Cromartie

Then why has Cro shut him down the last three times they faced each other? 140 yds and ZERO TD's in 3 games isn't all that scary.

Miami O-line> jets d-line

Miami O-line is excellent and will probably do a nice job of neutralizing the D-line. Who's picking up the multiple blitzing LB's and DBs?

Miami secondary>jets wr

No...no they're not. I think their problem is going to be figuring out who's going to cover Keller.

and sanchez blows just wait those passes he threw for tds against the pats will be picked off. He threw across the field to a covered man. he just threw the ball up to Braylon and thats gettin knocked away. im just saying dont be surprised if sanchez has a really bad game

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Marshall>Cromartie

All other QB's throwing to Marshall > Henne

Miami O-line> jets d-line

Vernon Gholston > Jake Long

Miami secondary>jets wr

Uh... no. And as AFJF said above, the trick will be covering the team's leading receiver: Dustin Keller.

and sanchez blows just wait those passes he threw for tds against the pats will be picked off. He threw across the field to a covered man. he just threw the ball up to Braylon and thats gettin knocked away. im just saying dont be surprised if sanchez has a really bad game

Jets should be able to run the ball and throw to their backs and TE against the fish. If they get a few passes out to the WR's just to keep them honest, that'll be fine. In his young career, Sanchez usually does well in games that matter more. He stepped up down the stretch and in the playoffs last year, and stepped up again last week against NE. He's been solid in two games against Miami so far. I'm not worried about Sanchez.

I'm even less worried about Miami's offense against the Jets' dee.

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Here is the Game Preview by Tyson. Go Jets!

Jets vs. Dolphins preview

by Tyson Rauch on September 26, 2010

in Game Previews,Tyson Rauch,Writers

gamepreview.gif On Sunday night the New York Jets (1-1) head down to south Florida to take on the Miami Dolphins (2-0). The Jets enter the game with some injury issues as well as an off the field distraction, while the Dolphins are riding high following an impressive road victory against the Vikings. Lets take a look at some of the keys to the game.

Offense

1) Weather the storm- Playing in front of a fired up home crowd the Dolphins defense will look to apply a ton of pressure on the Jets offense early on. Mark Sanchez and company must find a way to weather the storm and offset an aggressive pass rush led by Cameron Wake and Koa Misi. Look for the Jets to incorporate draw plays and check down passes to LaDainian Tomlinson to try and slow down the Dolphin pass rush.

2) Establish the passing game- It is no secret that the Jets want to use their “ground and pound” running attack, but in order for it to be effective they need to be able to efficiently pass the ball. This will be no easy task as the Jets had to bench wide receiver Braylon Edwards due to his DWI arrest this week. I personally believe Edwards will be in the game by the second quarter, but in the meantime Gang Green must find a way to move the chains through the air.

3) Keller is the key- As with the game plan against the Patriots, the Jets must get tight end Dustin Keller involved early on in the passing game. Keller can be a very dangerous threat coming across the middle of the field, which can open some deep plays outside.

Fun fact: LaDainian Tomlinson needs 3 receiving yards to become the 5th player in the NFL to record 12,000 rushing yards and 4,000 receiving yards. The other 4: Walter Payton, Marshall Faulk, Thurman Thomas, Marcus Allen

Defense

1) Stop the run- As with the Jets, the Dolphins offense is built around their running game. Miami looks to pound the rock with running backs Ronnie Brown and Ricky Williams, to set up play action pass and passing plays down the field. Gang Green must find a way to stifle the running to game in order to put pressure on quarterback Chad Henne to make plays with his arm. In addition the Jets must be prepared for the Dolphins “Wildcat” formation which has given the team fits in the past.

2) Contain Marshall- The Jets will be without All-Pro cornerback Darrelle Revis, which will leave Antonio Cromartie matched up with Dolphin playmaker Brandon Marshall. Cromartie filled in admirably for Revis last week, taking care of Randy Moss in the second half of the Patriot game, and will need the same type of performance Sunday night.

3) Hit Henne- The Jets must find a way to put pressure on quarterback Chad Henne and force him into poor decisions. If Henne gets comfortable in the pocket, Gang Green could be in for a long night.

Fun fact: The Dolphins are 31-12-1 all-time in home openers, the second-best mark in the NFL. Also this will be Jason Taylor’s first game against his former team. Taylor played 12 seasons for the Dolphins.

Prediction

It will be interesting to see how the Jets play in this game as they have had a tough week on and off the field. Not only will the Jets be without Revis, but Nick Mangold and Jason Taylor are banged up as well. In addition the Braylon Edwards fiasco this week had to be a distraction to the team.

I believe that Rex Ryan will rally the troops and that this will be a very close game heading into the fourth quarter. Tomlinson makes a big play to seal the deal for Gang Green. Jets 17-14

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I think the key for the Dolphins will be getting Sanchez to throw picks. Our secondary is improved from last year. Vontae in his second year is playing error free. Jason Allen is an improvement over Sean Smith and Chris Clemons is a vast improvement over our free safety play last year. The key will be the Jets offensive line. If they can keep the pressure off Sanchez he should be able to pick his spots. If we can get to him, there is a good chance he will try to force some throws and this year we have the guys back there to make you pay for that. On offense our running game isnt quite clicking as it was last year. Its good but not as dominant. Passing wise Henne is still trying to develop a chemistry with Marshall. Hartline and Bess are decent complimentary receivers. The guy I would watch is Fasano. With Marshall getting safety help over the top (I expect) look for the middle of the field to be the place to attack. Should be an entertaining game yet again.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yzg2O5gXB0w&p=3A27B1B336CBC87C&playnext=1&index=2

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mc_normal.JPGMarkCannizzaro Jets announce edwards will be benched for the first quarter tonite 2 minutes ago reply

this was done to protect rex I think, so it doen't look like they send edwards in due to the score of the game, giving the media even more ammo to kill the jets

mc_normal.JPGMarkCannizzaro Braylon has shaved that unruly beard, obviously trying to go with a fresh start 5 minutes ago reply

thank you !

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