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Posted 4 Dec 2013With Josh Gordon's success... I'm just saying... a 5th?
Posted 4 Dec 2013A spokesperson for the Philadelphia highway safety authority (HSA) has confirmed that Michael Vick has broken both of his legs in a traffic altercation. He has been transported via ambulance to a local Philadelphia hospital for treatment, and the full extent of his injuries are not known at this time, however, both of his legs were visibly broken and not life threatening according to sources.
The accident involved a 2012 BMW driven by Michael Vick and a 76 year old female driver in a 2010 Audi. The driver of the Audi was issued a citation for failing to stop at a red light before striking the vehicle driven by Michael Vick at a high rate of speed
Posted 9 Nov 2013This isn't about the Jets. This is about SHJ being a monster of mythical proportions when it comes to this Jets shit. I was going through my reddit account, looking for a link for work and I came across this gem: http://www.reddit.co...rediction_post/
I reread this and, goddamn. It's like the kid has a crystal ball to this NFL shit. I nailed Week 1, Week 2, Week 3, Week 6, Week 8 and Week 9. I even pegged Atlanta right even though I predicted a LOSS. BTW, this was posted May 2nd when everyone had us winning four or less games total.
What can I say, the child has a gift. Lets hope I get 2/3 of our remaining games right.
Posted 4 Nov 2013Nov 17 @ Bills: Obviously this would be an easier game if we were playing Touel at QB, but EJ Manuel was cleared to resume football activities today. I don't know if that means that he'll play this upcoming Sunday or if he's going to have another week off before he comes back but either way, we'll probably be playing EJ Manuel. We're on a bye and we got 2 weeks to prepare for a rookie. Mobile QBs who get their knees hurt take several weeks to get the jitters out of their heads. For a rookie, practice is crucial and Manuel hasn't been able to step on the field in over a month. Needless to say, our defense (or the Steeler defense this upcoming week) is less than ideal for him to get his feet wet. They will have their full compliment of RBs for this game, but stopping the run is our bread and butter. I think the Jets come out and defensively shut the Bills down on all facets. The two weeks will allow Geno to get back in rhythm with his targets (Cumberland, Holmes & Winslow). Call this the David Nelson revenge game.
Nov 24 @ Ravens: The Ravens are a mess. Ray Rice is averaging 1.5 YPC and Flacco is having a terrible season (10 TDs, 9 INTs). Their secondary is god awful but they've been stout on the ground, allowing only 1 TD on the season. This is going to be a slugfest as we try to establish a run game. Rex has never beaten Baltimore as the HC of the NYJ. I think the Ravens are ripe for a loss this season as they're basically playing spoiler at this point and have a very brutal 4 game stretch of Bengals, at Chicago, Jets and Pittsburgh. Four tough games for them and you never know what shape they're going to be in coming off the Bengals and Chicago games.
Dec 1 Dolphins: Man f*** the Dolphins. I said it in March when they went out and signed Wallace. You can't build a vertical offense without having protection for your mediocre QB. Either way, their shitty OL just got a lot shittier without Incognito. Incognito is a dirty f*** who wore out his welcome at Nebraska, Oregon, St Louis and now Miami... but he's a nasty f*** that mauls the DL. Without him, you might as well guard Tannenhill with a velvet rope. BTW, the luster on Tannenhill is wearing off. The Fish lost 4 games in a row until the Bengals came to town still hungover from their W against the Jets. In case you're wondering the upcoming schedule for Miami looks like this: @Bucs, home against Chargers & Panthers, on the road against Jets & Steelers, home for the Pats, at Buffalo & home for the Jets. Starting with the road game against us, that's a brutal schedule especially with a Texas QB who's used to playing in Florida. New Jersey, Pittsburgh & Buffalo in December with no OL is no fun. I see the Fins finishing under .500
Dec 8 Raiders: I love this game simply for the fact that we don't have to fly cross country for once. The Raiders are coming here and it's a 1 o'clock game. We should be able to dominate against them simply due to the fact that warmups will be at 11, which if you're flying in from the WC a day before feels like 7AM.
Dec 15 @ Panthers: I think the Panthers are the most overrated team in the NFL right now and I can't wait to bet against them this week when they go to SF. During their current 4 game winning streak, they've beat Tampa, St Louis, Vikings and Falcons. Those are 4 of the 5 worst teams in the NFL. I'm positive that when we play them in Week 15, they will be below .500. As a bonus, our game comes in between their two Saints games so they might be beaten up AND looking towards Week 16. Between the Raiders flying to NYC & us catching Carolina in between the Drew Brees sandwitch, the schedule makers did us a huge favor.
Dec 22 Browns: The Browns have an outside shot at a playoff spot as of right now, but their upcoming schedule is pretty rough. Next week they're off, then they play at the Bengals, home against the Steelers and Jags, at NE, home for Chicago and then finish on the road against the Jets and Steelers. The Bears expect Cutler back in 2 weeks so aside from the Jags game, there really isn't a single layup game here. The Steelers aren't any good, but I don't think they'll sweep them. I'm giving them wins against the Jags & Steelers at home and that's it. They're a 6-10, 7-9 team at best.
Dec 29 @ Miami: I love the fact that for the 2nd year in a row, we go to SoBe in January. Smart owners turn natural advantages into calculated strong points and dumb owners do dumb shit. For years, the Jets always played at Miami in September in that sweltering jungle. You could see it on the player faces come the 3rd Q that the heat was getting to them. Since Ross took over, he has gone after home game sell outs by the NY snowbirds who pack the stadium with Jets chants. The downside is, it's basically a home game for us without the snow and 30 mph winds that you expect in January in Jersey. Thanks Steve!
I have the Jets splitting with Miami and losing one of the away games against the Panthers or the Ravens. Honestly, we have a cup cake schedule going forward and realistically, with an average QB and our defense playing the way they are, we should run the table but we all know that the Jets will make it interesting. This has truly been an amazing gift of a schedule with the BYE coming now. After which, we get back Cumberland, Holmes & Winslow to bolster the anemic passing game.
Jets 10-6 (up 1 game from my May 9-7 prediction) and a WC birth. Wilk, Mangold, Ivory* & Folk Pro Bowlers.
*I know I'm going crazy with the Ivory shit. Currently, he's 14th in the AFC in total yards BUT aside from Jamaal Charles, he's less than 200 yards away from Arian Foster who is #2 and killing my FF team.
Posted 6 Oct 2013Running backs coach Anthony Lynn worked with Geno Smith all week to help with his ball-security issues. Lynn is the Jets' resident expert, and with good reason. Since 2009, when Lynn arrived, the Jets have lost only 13 fumbles on rushing attempts. That ranks 18th in the league, but that standing is deceiving because they've rushed more times over that span than any team in the league -- 2,203 attempts, according to ESPN Stats & Information. That breaks down to one lost fumble every 169 attempts. If Lynn can't fix Smith, no one can.
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