Jets/Giants game

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    Jets/Giants game

    Ok so the Jets think they are the new bills now. Revis thinks he is the man and Plex caught a few balls. Big deal. They are still third in the division and I say the Giants beat them this week.

    What do you guys say on who wins?
     
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    The giants are a better team, so they should win.
     
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    I'd say the Giants too Babe
     
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     Despite all the back patting they're doing to themselves the Jets are still 3rd in the division and tied with Oakland and Houston for 7th. Oakland already owns the head to head tiebreaker. The Jets are by no means close to a playoff spot.
     
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    Jets are on a bye week.  Next up is the Bills.  Giants game is week 16.

    http://www.newyorkjets.com/schedule/season-schedule.html

     
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    Giants play Miami, Jets are on Bye.  Good thread.
     
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    they play the Bills next week and I actually hope they beat the bills..which will put us 2 games ahead of both of them..

    This will also hype them up and get them overconfident and ripe for getting slaughtered by us the following week...
     
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    The Jets have played the Giants in the last game of the season before (see below).  It was a crushing loss for the Giants and probably the best win in a generation for the Jets who finished 8-7-1. 

    This year the winner will be decided at the league office.  Whichever team needs a win to get into the playoffs, the officials will be instructed accordingly.
     

    JETS STAGGER GIANTS AND RAMS KNOCK THEM OUT; Errors Crucial In 27-21 Defeat

    By FRANK LITSKY, Special to the New York Times
    Published: December 19, 1988

    The Giants are out of the playoffs.

    On this, the final Sunday of the National Football League's regular season, everything that could have gone wrong for them went wrong. This afternoon, the Jets beat them, 27-21, on a touchdown with 37 seconds left, and the Philadelphia Eagles won their game. Tonight, the Los Angeles Rams won theirs. That put the Eagles and the Rams in the playoffs and eliminated the Giants.

    Had the Giants beaten the Jets, they would have won their division title and made the playoffs. Even if the Giants lost, they would have won the division title and made the playoffs had the Eagles lost. And even if the Giants lost and the Eagles won, the Giants would have won a wild-card playoff berth if the favored 49ers beat the Rams in San Francisco.

    Nothing worked out for the Giants. With less than five minutes remaining against the Jets, they completed a dramatic touchdown drive and led, 21-20. Then the Jets roared back and won in the dying seconds on Ken O'Brien's 5-yard touchdown pass to Al Toon.


     
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    In Response to Re: Jets/Giants game:
    The Jets have played the Giants in the last game of the season before (see below).  It was a crushing loss for the Giants and probably the best win in a generation for the Jets who finished 8-7-1.  This year the winner will be decided at the league office.  Whichever team needs a win to get into the playoffs, the officials will be instructed accordingly.   JETS STAGGER GIANTS AND RAMS KNOCK THEM OUT; Errors Crucial In 27-21 Defeat By FRANK LITSKY, Special to the New York Times Published: December 19, 1988 The Giants are out of the playoffs. On this, the final Sunday of the National Football League's regular season, everything that could have gone wrong for them went wrong. This afternoon, the Jets beat them, 27-21, on a touchdown with 37 seconds left, and the Philadelphia Eagles won their game. Tonight, the Los Angeles Rams won theirs. That put the Eagles and the Rams in the playoffs and eliminated the Giants. Had the Giants beaten the Jets, they would have won their division title and made the playoffs. Even if the Giants lost, they would have won the division title and made the playoffs had the Eagles lost. And even if the Giants lost and the Eagles won, the Giants would have won a wild-card playoff berth if the favored 49ers beat the Rams in San Francisco. Nothing worked out for the Giants. With less than five minutes remaining against the Jets, they completed a dramatic touchdown drive and led, 21-20. Then the Jets roared back and won in the dying seconds on Ken O'Brien's 5-yard touchdown pass to Al Toon.
    Posted by jimijazz




    I am certain that what happened n 1988 will have a driect bearing on the out come this year.

    Yes, I am not being serious.
     
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    oops my bad sorry jets/bills
     
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    In Response to Re: Jets/Giants game:
    The Jets have played the Giants in the last game of the season before (see below).  It was a crushing loss for the Giants and probably the best win in a generation for the Jets who finished 8-7-1.  This year the winner will be decided at the league office.  Whichever team needs a win to get into the playoffs, the officials will be instructed accordingly.   JETS STAGGER GIANTS AND RAMS KNOCK THEM OUT; Errors Crucial In 27-21 Defeat By FRANK LITSKY, Special to the New York Times Published: December 19, 1988 The Giants are out of the playoffs. On this, the final Sunday of the National Football League's regular season, everything that could have gone wrong for them went wrong. This afternoon, the Jets beat them, 27-21, on a touchdown with 37 seconds left, and the Philadelphia Eagles won their game. Tonight, the Los Angeles Rams won theirs. That put the Eagles and the Rams in the playoffs and eliminated the Giants. Had the Giants beaten the Jets, they would have won their division title and made the playoffs. Even if the Giants lost, they would have won the division title and made the playoffs had the Eagles lost. And even if the Giants lost and the Eagles won, the Giants would have won a wild-card playoff berth if the favored 49ers beat the Rams in San Francisco. Nothing worked out for the Giants. With less than five minutes remaining against the Jets, they completed a dramatic touchdown drive and led, 21-20. Then the Jets roared back and won in the dying seconds on Ken O'Brien's 5-yard touchdown pass to Al Toon.
    Posted by jimijazz

     
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     Despite all the back patting they're doing to themselves the Jets are still 3rd in the division and tied with Oakland and Houston for 7th. Oakland already owns the head to head tiebreaker. The Jets are by no means close to a playoff spot.
    Posted by Evil2012

    Are you forgetting that the Raiders have no QB?
     
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