Actually, Jets are the better team

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    Re: Actually, Jets are the better team

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    Yep, comparing an injury depleted Pats team to a relatively healthy Jets team.  Definitely an even-steven comparison resulting in the OPs conclusion the Jets are a better team.  Uh huh!




    Honestly, as if crying about injuries isn't sad enough, lying and crying is even worse.  The Jets have 6 starters on the IR and a handful of other players that have missed half the games.  You play with they guys you have.  And if you're a Pats fan, you cry about who you don't have.



    6 starters? Mark Sanchez counts? You have 10 guys on IR, are you telling me that 6 of those scrubs are starters? Just making things up, huh?

     
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    Re: Actually, Jets are the better team

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    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. 

     
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    Re: Actually, Jets are the better team

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    Yep, comparing an injury depleted Pats team to a relatively healthy Jets team.  Definitely an even-steven comparison resulting in the OPs conclusion the Jets are a better team.  Uh huh!




    Honestly, as if crying about injuries isn't sad enough, lying and crying is even worse.  The Jets have 6 starters on the IR and a handful of other players that have missed half the games.  You play with they guys you have.  And if you're a Pats fan, you cry about who you don't have.



    6 starters? Mark Sanchez counts? You have 10 guys on IR, are you telling me that 6 of those scrubs are starters? Just making things up, huh?




    Nope, not making things up.  Six planned starters on IR, plus multiple missed games by a slew of other players. You can challange the impact of those players all you want, that's what good depth does, it smooths the impact of losing guys you intended to start. The point is not the number of players or the impact of those players, it's that every team has injuries that change the make up of their team, what contributions that they had planned on from their backups and sometimes even what style of play a team relies upon.  Welcome to the NFL. 

     
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    Re: Actually, Jets are the better team

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    Yep, comparing an injury depleted Pats team to a relatively healthy Jets team.  Definitely an even-steven comparison resulting in the OPs conclusion the Jets are a better team.  Uh huh!




    Honestly, as if crying about injuries isn't sad enough, lying and crying is even worse.  The Jets have 6 starters on the IR and a handful of other players that have missed half the games.  You play with they guys you have.  And if you're a Pats fan, you cry about who you don't have.



    6 starters? Mark Sanchez counts? You have 10 guys on IR, are you telling me that 6 of those scrubs are starters? Just making things up, huh?




    Nope, not making things up.  Six planned starters on IR, plus multiple missed games by a slew of other players. You can challange the impact of those players all you want, that's what good depth does, it smooths the impact of losing guys you intended to start. The point is not the number of players or the impact of those players, it's that every team has injuries that change the make up of their team, what contributions that they had planned on from their backups and sometimes even what style of play a team relies upon.  Welcome to the NFL. 




    As usual, you're full of it just like your team's head coach.

     
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    Re: Actually, Jets are the better team

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    Yep, comparing an injury depleted Pats team to a relatively healthy Jets team.  Definitely an even-steven comparison resulting in the OPs conclusion the Jets are a better team.  Uh huh!




    Honestly, as if crying about injuries isn't sad enough, lying and crying is even worse.  The Jets have 6 starters on the IR and a handful of other players that have missed half the games.  You play with they guys you have.  And if you're a Pats fan, you cry about who you don't have.



    6 starters? Mark Sanchez counts? You have 10 guys on IR, are you telling me that 6 of those scrubs are starters? Just making things up, huh?




    Nope, not making things up.  Six planned starters on IR, plus multiple missed games by a slew of other players. You can challange the impact of those players all you want, that's what good depth does, it smooths the impact of losing guys you intended to start. The point is not the number of players or the impact of those players, it's that every team has injuries that change the make up of their team, what contributions that they had planned on from their backups and sometimes even what style of play a team relies upon.  Welcome to the NFL. 



    Outside of Barnes, name the 5 other starters, you clown..

     
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    Re: Actually, Jets are the better team

    In response to MeadowlandMike's comment:

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    Yep, comparing an injury depleted Pats team to a relatively healthy Jets team.  Definitely an even-steven comparison resulting in the OPs conclusion the Jets are a better team.  Uh huh!




    Honestly, as if crying about injuries isn't sad enough, lying and crying is even worse.  The Jets have 6 starters on the IR and a handful of other players that have missed half the games.  You play with they guys you have.  And if you're a Pats fan, you cry about who you don't have.



    6 starters? Mark Sanchez counts? You have 10 guys on IR, are you telling me that 6 of those scrubs are starters? Just making things up, huh?




    Nope, not making things up.  Six planned starters on IR, plus multiple missed games by a slew of other players. You can challange the impact of those players all you want, that's what good depth does, it smooths the impact of losing guys you intended to start. The point is not the number of players or the impact of those players, it's that every team has injuries that change the make up of their team, what contributions that they had planned on from their backups and sometimes even what style of play a team relies upon.  Welcome to the NFL. 



    Name those players who started for the Jets in game #1 who are now on IR or are injured and did not play in the last Jets-Pats game.  The point is not what players were "planned" to be starters in preseason but players who actually made the team (took a roster spot) and started in game #1.  I dare say the Pats have more players missing due to IR or not playing due to injury than the Jets at this stage of the season.

     
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    Re: Actually, Jets are the better team

    LOL - Jets played best game of season Pats their worst, and yet Jets need zebras to award them the game....PA-LEESE

     
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    Re: Actually, Jets are the better team

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    LOL - Jets played best game of season Pats their worst, and yet Jets need zebras to award them the game....PA-LEESE



    You know the game was tied after the flag , right?  Why didn't the Pats D just force a turnover?
    As far as that being the Pats worst game, you're very wrong. If you had watched any of the other games you would have known that. As far as it being the Jets best, your very wrong.  If you had any snese at all, you're know that too.

     
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    Re: Actually, Jets are the better team

    The Jets are far better than where the pre-season rankings had them. Better than the Patriots? On Sunday they were. We'll see who is better in 9 weeks. I bet it will be the Patriots. It is good to see some competition from our division rivals again.

     
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    Re: Actually, Jets are the better team

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    LOL - Jets played best game of season Pats their worst, and yet Jets need zebras to award them the game....PA-LEESE



    You know the game was tied after the flag , right?  Why didn't the Pats D just force a turnover?
    As far as that being the Pats worst game, you're very wrong. If you had watched any of the other games you would have known that. As far as it being the Jets best, your very wrong.  If you had any snese at all, you're know that too.



    Who are these 5 other starters? 

     
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