Re: Actually, Jets are the better team
posted at 10/25/2013 8:59 AM EDT
In response to 1anddone-again's comment:
In response to Harvey-Wallbanger's comment:
A team that won't make the playoffs and will be sub .500 will be better than a team that will and win the division, going 12-4.
That sure makes a lot of sense, there, Jets dork.
You need to instruct refs and influence games in OTs in order to pretend you're a better team in your annual SB at the Meadlowlands and that crappy place one earth.
Just one annying, white trash loser after another brainwashed every year by Woody Johnson and Rex Ryan. Absolutely priceless to watch from afar.
Once again, my point is that if we trade QB's, Jets win last game by more than two td's and are the more "talented" team overall. If Geno keeps maturing, which I am not yet convinced, Jets will be team on top for forseeable future.
On top of what? Between these two teams, or the division? Miami and Buffalo both have higher ceilings than the Jets have. Jets do not play consistent football and will not win more than about 9 games. That won't get them to the postseason. And to beat the Pats in the Meadowlands took a FG in OT to do it, and all because of a penalty that had never been called. Jets also had an offensive PI that didn't get called on a 3rd and long.
They played a great 2nd half against the Pats, but didn't show up at all for the first half. For all your talk about Brady and the offense, it was NE's defense that didn't show up in the 2nd half. How many times in that half did they give up massive chunks of yardage? Three missed tackles. Four penalties.
Jets won because NE doesn't have any protection for Wilfork and Mayo.