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  1. #16
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    Is it my imagination or is it about time for McCown to throw and Int?




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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinkotheclown View Post
    Is it my imagination or is it about time for McCown to throw and Int?
    Welp its was fun while it lasted

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    I told you guys I liked the Jets receiving core, especially Robby Anderson who has breakout potential imo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoulBrotha View Post
    Forreal. Theyre like "We're winning? Alright offense pack it in"
    It's insane how predictable they are.




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    Quote Originally Posted by metswon69 View Post
    I told you guys I liked the Jets receiving core, especially Robby Anderson who has breakout potential imo.
    I think with the return of Q and the addition of Leggit (if he ever hits the field), this WR core has tremendous potential.




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    Kerley you fool




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    Why are we still huddling? I don't get the lack of urgency




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  8. #23
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    Welp wheres the crow

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    Totally sad attempt Once again, we are so ****ing predictable




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  10. #25
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    No matter how many times we change OC'S we can not find one whose has the guts to actually call a aggressive game. I am so tired of watching the same boring conservative game plan. OPEN THINKS UP PLEASE WHAT ARE YOU SO AFRAID OF ? The jets lost this game in the first half when they failed so miserably to covert on the Falcon turn overs. They tried to give the game to the Jets but they refused to take it.

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    This Jet team has enough good players to compete. I believe it is the coaching staff that is holding them back.
    Boles said they need to develop a killer instinct. If you believe that why don't you coach that way. When Ryan fumbled two snaps recovered by the Jets did the Jets try a killer instinct play and go for the TD. No that would be too aggressive lets call 2 running plays into a 8 man front and gain nothing. Wow what a surprises. Then when it is 3rd and 8 lets go for a pass play that every one knows is coming. Yea that will work. NOT. 2 fumbles deep in Falcon territory and they come away with 3 points. The rest of the game they used the same game plan 2 predictable runs into the 8 man front and third and long predictable pass play that was either short of the first down or incomplete and in a few instances a sack. How many times do you have to hit your against a wall to learn it hurts? Well the Jets still haven't learned it because they keep calling the same stupid plays over and over and over again. Why don't the reporters ask Bowles these questions during the press conference?
    Sorry if it seems like I am ranting but I am very frustrated by what seems to be very obvious. Why can't the coaches see it. We can get better players but it won't change anything unless this situation is addressed.

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    Looking like another mediocre string of years for the Jets who don't know how to build properly and haven't been to the Super Bowl in decades.
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