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Oh brother, now JiF is guzzling the green kool aide. :blink:

It will take Sanchez 3 games to compile those numbers.

Sanchez has a couple 3 TD games already this season. Granted, they came against a couple of slapdick defenses, but he's done it just the same.

So let me get that straight, you are predicting an offensive explosion of 35+ points, but not predicting a Jets win?

Your defense is "mediocre" not "sucky".

If the Jets' defense is "mediocre," the Pats defense would get overrun in a bad JV league. Jets have the #2 scoring defense in the NFL right now.

Lame troll is lame.

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What good does that do if you have a QB/offense who puts zero points on the board?

What good does responding to you do if you'll only look to change the subject?

Even with that goose egg on Sunday, the Jets are still averaging 22.3 points per game. Good for 12th in the league.

If that's so bad, then the Pats #21 ranked defense must really be a pile of sh!t.

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35+ pts. Sanchez has the best game of his career.

Here's how I see our stat line after Sunday.

Sanchez - 22-32, 327yrds, 3 TD's, 0 INT's.

Brian Schottenheimer has not produced a 300+ yard passing game as Offensive Coordinator of the New York Jets since 2006. I don't see him bucking that trend now. I'll buy the 3 TD's, 0 INT's, and a solid completion %. But 225-250 yards would be a better estimation.

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Brian Schottenheimer has not produced a 300+ yard passing game as Offensive Coordinator of the New York Jets since 2006. I don't see him bucking that trend now. I'll buy the 3 TD's, 0 INT's, and a solid completion %. But 225-250 yards would be a better estimation.

Had our receivers not dropped so many passes, we would have likely seen a 300-yard game this past Sunday. Just sayin'.

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Brian Schottenheimer has not produced a 300+ yard passing game as Offensive Coordinator of the New York Jets since 2006. I don't see him bucking that trend now. I'll buy the 3 TD's, 0 INT's, and a solid completion %. But 225-250 yards would be a better estimation.

Thats great...thanks for sharing.

Tune in Sunday...its on!!!

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35+ pts. Sanchez has the best game of his career.

Here's how I see our stat line after Sunday.

Sanchez - 22-32, 327yrds, 3 TD's, 0 INT's.

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LT - 85yrds, 1 TD. 4 catches, 32yrds

Greene - 65yrds, 1 TD

B. Smith - 21yrds

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Holmes - 6 catches, 120yrds

Edwards - 5 catches, 65 yrds, 1 TD

Keller - 4 catches, 72 yrds, 2 TD's

Cotch - 3 catches, 35 yrds

Book it.

Not guaranteeing victory, but the offense will explode!!!

I agree with you 100 %

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Detroit Lions Jim Schwartz takes thinly veiled shot at Rex Ryan

Published: Wednesday, November 03, 2010, 3:55 PM Updated: Wednesday, November 03, 2010, 4:21 PM

Tom KowalskiTom Kowalski

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ALLEN PARK - Before this week is over, this could get good.

First, New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan fired a shot across the bow of the Detroit Lions, who have averaged 38 points

per game at Ford Field this year. Ryan warned the Lions not to expect that kind of production on Sunday because he was

bringing the league's "best defense'' to town.

Following today's practice, Lions head coach Jim Schwartz initially turned down any offers to get caught up in the

tongue-wagging. When asked about Ryan's comments, Schwartz said: "It's Wednesday. We've got a long week of preparation

ahead of us and we've got the game on Sunday and rankings don't matter and matchups don't matter until Sunday.''

So you don't want to get caught up in it?

"We're a 2-5 football team and we're going to do our very best every day in practice and we'll do our very best every day

on Sunday,'' said Schwartz who was then asked how good the Jets' defense was. And here's where Schwartz fired a little

shot of his own.

"They're really good at stopping the run,'' Schwartz said, "and they've done a good job of putting pressure on the

quarterback. I think they have 15 sacks ... we have 22. I think that's what it is.''

Actually, the Lions have 23 sacks - just a little, ahem, humility there from the Lions head coach

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Detroit Lions Jim Schwartz takes thinly veiled shot at Rex Ryan

Published: Wednesday, November 03, 2010, 3:55 PM Updated: Wednesday, November 03, 2010, 4:21 PM

Tom KowalskiTom Kowalski

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ALLEN PARK - Before this week is over, this could get good.

First, New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan fired a shot across the bow of the Detroit Lions, who have averaged 38 points

per game at Ford Field this year. Ryan warned the Lions not to expect that kind of production on Sunday because he was

bringing the league's "best defense'' to town.

Following today's practice, Lions head coach Jim Schwartz initially turned down any offers to get caught up in the

tongue-wagging. When asked about Ryan's comments, Schwartz said: "It's Wednesday. We've got a long week of preparation

ahead of us and we've got the game on Sunday and rankings don't matter and matchups don't matter until Sunday.''

So you don't want to get caught up in it?

"We're a 2-5 football team and we're going to do our very best every day in practice and we'll do our very best every day

on Sunday,'' said Schwartz who was then asked how good the Jets' defense was. And here's where Schwartz fired a little

shot of his own.

"They're really good at stopping the run,'' Schwartz said, "and they've done a good job of putting pressure on the

quarterback. I think they have 15 sacks ... we have 22. I think that's what it is.''

Actually, the Lions have 23 sacks - just a little, ahem, humility there from the Lions head coach

My stars! How dare he besmirch our beloved Jets defenders! :rolleyes:

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And yet for some reason

Net Total Yards Leaders

RK TEAM YDS YDS/G PASS P YDS/G RUSH R YDS/G PTS PTS/G

1 NY Giants 1843 263.3 1245 177.9 598 85.4 153 21.9

2 San Diego 2080 260.0 1415 176.9 665 83.1 174 21.8

3 Carolina 2112 301.7 1279 182.7 833 119.0 150 21.4

4 Pittsburgh 2114 302.0 1702 243.1 412 58.9 102 14.6

5 Chicago 2137 305.3 1512 216.0 625 89.3 114 16.3

6 NY Jets 2151 307.3 1530 218.6 621 88.7 110 15.7

7 Miami 2166 309.4 1455 207.9 711 101.6 149 21.3

8 Baltimore 2197 313.9 1432 204.6 765 109.3 129 18.4

9 Minnesota 2212 316.0 1495 213.6 717 102.4 144 20.6

Philadelphia 2212 316.0 1443 206.1 769 109.9 157 22.4

11 Dallas 2291 327.3 1438 205.4 853 121.9 187 26.7

12 New Orleans 2298 287.3 1429 178.6 869 108.6 148 18.5

13 Kansas City 2329 332.7 1654 236.3 675 96.4 122 17.4

14 Indianapolis 2355 336.4 1423 203.3 932 133.1 142 20.3

15 Cincinnati 2394 342.0 1549 221.3 845 120.7 163 23.3

16 Detroit 2452 350.3 1539 219.9 913 130.4 165 23.6

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