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Posted 24 Nov 2015So where do the jets stand right now? we were looking pretty good at 5-2 but after dropping 3 and losing to 3 teams fighting for a playoff spot with us (buffalo, houston, and oakland) lets see where we stand.
as it stands now we have 3 divion leaders that look like locks to win their divisons. NE (10-0) Cincy (8-2) and Den (8-2) the 4th division is a tie right now at 5-5 with indy in the lead via a tie breaker. So i'll roll with them. Pitt at 6-4 has the 5 seed and are playing great and should win 10 games still and lock down that spot. so with 1 spot left we have
ravens, browns, titans, and chargers are pretty much out.
Bills, texans, and oakland all have tie breakers on the jets. The jets however can take voer the breaker with the bills later on with a win. If indy falls back and houston takes the division, we have a tie breaker with indy (that would be ideal) plus indy has lost luck for a while and don't look very good.
Jax scheudle- SD, tenn, indy, ATL, NO, and Hou. SD and tennesee should be easy wins so could indy and NO. hou might be fighting for the division and ATL could be fighting for a 5 seed. I could see jax winning 4 of their last 6 making them 8-8 which won't be good enough
fins scheudle - NYJ, Balt, NYG, SD, Indy, NE. Balt and SD should be 2 easy wins. NE will be a loss. Losses to us and NYG win at indy making them 3-3 for a 7-9 record. won't cut it
Raiders - win at SD, KC, and Tenn. losses at KC, Den, and GB making them 7-9.
Chiefs - easy scheudle with wins against SD, balt, cle, oak, losses to oak. maybe buffalo this week could be a big decider. I think they lose to buffalo and finish out 9-7
Hou - are looking good i think they can win 4 of their last 6 and take the division. losses to the pats and buff, wins against NO, indy, tenn, jax. they will be 9-7. indy will lose to pitt, mia, and hou making them 8-8 and missing the playoffs
Bills - lose to us and dallas but win against hou, KC, phi, and wash making them 9-7
jets - Lose to NE and Dal, wins against mia, buff, NYG and titans making us 9-7
The way that plays out is a 3 way tie with us, buffalo, and KC. not sure where the tie breaker would fall at that point. Only way for us to guarantee getting in would be to finish 5-1 and with the pats game pretty much being a loss we will need to win every game but that one.
NYJ @ Mia - loss by miami knocks them out, loss by the jets almost knocks them out
KC @ Buff - could be the tie breaker for the 6 seed
Hou Indy - could be for the divison. i doubt both teams make it to the playoffs
KC vs Oak - 2 games of this. if one sweeps it would knock the other one out.
Right now i'd put our chances at 50/50 technically we still control our destiny since we are tied for the 6 spot with the bills and chiefs and we still get to play the bills. we should be rooting for SD to pull off upsets and beat KC, Oak, Mia, and jax. if SD can win these games it would help us big time
Posted 5 Oct 2015right now the jets are on pace for...
Ivory - 1675 yards and 16TDs
Marshall - 1600 yards 120 catches 12TDs
decker - 960 yards 16TDs
Fitz - 3696 yards 28TDs 24INts
Now i doubt they all keep pace but i can see this
ivory - 1400 yards 14TDs
marshall - 1200 yards 10YDs 95 Rec
Decker - 900 yards 14TDs
Fitz - 3300 yards 25TDs 18INts
Posted 22 Sep 2015Here are the top takeaways and highest-graded players from the Colts-Jets game:
–We’re used to seeing Andrew Luck (-6.2) produce some poor passes throughout the course of a game, but this was one of the rare instances of Luck piling bad play upon bad play and never turning the corner. Luck matched the worst grade of his career (set against the Patriots in last year’s playoffs), suffering as the Jets pressure and coverage combined to stifle his downfield passing as he compiled a stat line of 5-of-17 for 107 yards, three interceptions and a PFF passing grade of -4.8 on passes of 10 or more yards in the air.
–Considering the offense’s struggles, the Colts’ defense held up reasonably well, particularly up front where two rookies from Stanford stood out against the run. Both NT David Parry (+2.0) and DE Henry Anderson (+1.8) outworked and at times overpowered a physical Jets offensive line, with undrafted free agent Parry’s work against Nick Mangold (-0.6), arguably the league’s best center in the run game, particularly impressive.
–The problems for the Colts’ offense are too numerous to list here, but continuing struggles on the offensive line raise questions as to why a fix is so difficult to find here. Only Anthony Castonzo (+0.1) earned a marginally positive overall grade with new RG Todd Herremans (-10.9) in particular struggling in the ground game against the Jets’ powerful defensive line. For all the investment at the skill positions, if the Colts can’t find the right formula on the offensive line, the entire unit will continue to be handicapped.
ILB D’Qwell Jackson (+3.7)
FS Mike C. Adams (+2.5)
NT David Parry (+2.0)
DE Henry Anderson (+1.8)
ILB Jerrell Freeman (+1.7)
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–He has produced better games than this in his career, but QB Ryan Fitzpatrick (+0.6) did everything he needed to do to lead the Jets to victory, limiting his mistakes and taking the plays the Colts and his playmakers gave him to capitalize on Indianapolis’ turnovers. Finding a consistent rhythm with both Eric Decker (-0.3) and Brandon Marshall (+0.9), Fitzpatrick and Jets fans will hope that Eric Decker’s knee injury is not so severe as to keep him out of the lineup for too long.
–The Jets defense stole the show last night and they were led up front by a vintage performance from DE Muhammad Wilkerson (+7.1) against both run and pass. Somewhat overshadowed in the last two seasons by Sheldon Richardson, Wilkerson has capitalized on Richardson’s absence in the last two weeks, and after last night’s eight pressure performance (2 hits, 6 hurries) is now our highest graded 3-4 defensive end after two weeks of play (+11.5).
–First-round pick Leonard Williams (-0.4) put in a solid performance against the run (+1.4) with a pair of stops, but lived up to his pre-draft expectations as a pass-rusher. Registering a hit and two hurries, Williams essentially took what he was given rather than being a threat to steal more. A couple of slow developing pressures were paired with a miss on Andrew Luck after Colts’ LG Lance Louis (-3.4) decided to give him a free run at his quarterback.
DE Muhammad Wilkerson (+7.1)
ILB David Harris (+3.4)
CB Darrelle Revis (+2.7)
DE Stephen Bowen (+2.2)
FS Marcus Gilchrist (+1.7)
Posted 14 Sep 2015He's being completely phased out of the offense. IDK if he was even on the field much outside of PRs, and he's terrible at that. osuwu and enunwa did more in the game then kerly. he got 4 mil a year from idzik and idzik is now gone. We didn't cut him this year because it would cost us 800k against the cap. it was cheaper to keep him basically. Next year if we cut him we can save 1.3 million against the cap. With our defense being set except OLB, i think our draft next year will focus heavily on offense. QB, WR, and O-line are all strong possibilities with outside chances at TE and RB.
We also need some money to extend wilkerson. richardson isn't a priority. he's got 2 years left still and can be franchised and might not even play this year anyway which would give us an extra season.
Posted 14 Sep 2015Cro is ok, just a sprain week to week. could play in week 2
maulden is out of the hospital and walking, so far from what I heard it was a concussion, he got knocked unconscious, He should be fine. not sure when he'll play again this season
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