the jets seem to win so many games that they should've lost

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    Re: the jets seem to win so many games that they should've lost

    In Response to Re: the jets seem to win so many games that they should've lost:
    It's actually a mark of a very good football team. It takes a lot of discipline to stay focused in games like that and Rex always seems to manage them and get them through it.  He's a better coach than given credit for.
    Posted by 49Patriots

    Can't stand Rex's style.  Must admit I agree with you 100%.

     
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    Re: the jets seem to win so many games that they should've lost

    When they win, make note of that and move on.  They are supposed to win games like that.  The SOJ's would not have won that game but with the advent of Ryan, they do.  A win is a win, you move that over to the win column.  The hope here is that they do not recover against us,  We will see hwat we will see.
     
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    Of course. It's one dimensional and predictable.  Once they go into zone and sit back, or mix and match with some blitzes, he struggles with accuracy. Note how his best passes are lobbed balls to his tallest receiver in single coverage, with no help over the top, or a slant to Holmes off the line. That's really all he can do outside of hitting Keller. Or, hitting the RB out of the backfield. All the easiest passes for a QB. Teams with good defenses will continue to cause him problems.
    Posted by RidingWithTheKing

    Hmmm?

    Isn't that what the QB is supposed to do.  Find the best matchup and throw it where only HIS guy can get it?  Would he be more impressive if he threw into tight double coverage?

    Don't teams with good D's usually cause problems for QB's. Isn't that the definition of a GOOD D?

    I'm not a Jets Fan either... But you need to make a little more sense!



     
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    Re: the jets seem to win so many games that they should've lost

    Unfortunately it is a sign of a winning team.  We know only to well we killed them in Dec. only to lose in the playoffs a month later.  A troubling sign of a winner with an obnoxious coach.

    Sanchez does not seem good enough but they get by.
     
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    Re: the jets seem to win so many games that they should've lost

    They did win the game Rusty.  Oh well...
     
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    Re: the jets seem to win so many games that they should've lost

    A FG makes it hard to coem back. The Cowboys have the ball on the three (ir whatever yardline it was). Yes you do what it takes to get a TD but you don't endanger the football. Romo fumbles. This has nothing to do with the Jets. Romo is one big choke.

    Later in the fourth quarter the Cowboys ahve the ball and the game is tied. Good field position. The coach keeps Bryant in the game even though his grandmother can outrun him considering he is all but unable to run.

    Romo takes the snap. That was perhaps the greater mistake. Letting Romo have the ball in his hands. He is one big choke... He throws a perfect pass to Reveis. Good job Mr. Choke.

    If I owned the Cowboys or was the GM I would trade him now. Period.

     
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    Re: the jets seem to win so many games that they should've lost

    and Tony Romo single handily seems to lose so many games that they should've won.
     
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    Re: the jets seem to win so many games that they should've lost

    Neither offense looked impressive. The Jets kept trying to give the game away but the Cowboys wouldn't take it. It was a battle of two below average qbs. All about which one would cough hardest, along with some poor coaching, especially by Dallas, thrown in. Special Teams sealed the deal with that punt block. I don't like to say this but I've got to give kudos to the Jets for not giving up.
     
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    Re: the jets seem to win so many games that they should've lost

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    In Response to Re: the jets seem to win so many games that they should've lost : If a combined 700 yards, 4 TDs 2 picks and a 100 &  a 90 rating while neither team could run the ball is unimpressive, what sort of numbers does an offense need to put up to be impressive?
    Posted by HaverhillBob


    If all you pay attention to are numbers, O.K. I'm not a stats guy. Two teams can pile up a bunch of numbers and still not look good doing it. I watched the game and numbers aside ,IMO, what I saw was not impressive.
     
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    Re: the jets seem to win so many games that they should've lost

    Actually, I usually have the Jets as a bit higher-rated than their win-loss record.  They lose games that they should have won.  This last game was Dallas at home, and they should have been comfortably better than Dallas going into the fourth quarter.  That's what real championship teams do.  They don't write their essays during homeroom period and expect to pull off an "A".
     
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