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kilgore Trout
11-14-2008, 01:22 AM
:DBig props to NE. This team plays with as much heart as any team I've ever witnessed.

Jets probably would have never beat them if wasn't for injuries to Brady, Harrison, Thomas, Warren, Maroney.

I'm just glad I don't have to endure 10 days of reliving this game if it was a loss.

NE is probably still in the playoff race, and BB is still a scumbag.

So Patriot fans: You should be proud of the effort your team put in!

Now, please kill yourselves. :D

jetsman
11-14-2008, 03:59 AM
:DBig props to NE. This team plays with as much heart as any team I've ever witnessed.

Jets probably would have never beat them if wasn't for injuries to Brady, Harrison, Thomas, Warren, Maroney.

I'm just glad I don't have to endure 10 days of reliving this game if it was a loss.

NE is probably still in the playoff race, and BB is still a scumbag.

So Patriot fans: You should be proud of the effort your team put in!

Now, please kill yourselves. :D

I disagree with that statement.I don't believe that the losses of Brady or Harrison had ANY effect on the outcome of this game.It would be hard for anyone to say Brady would have put up better numbers than Cassel did tonight.He passed for over 400 yards and ran for another 65 with 3 TD's!!!If anything he gave NE* an added dimension with his scrambling ability that the Jets wouldn't have had to deal with from Brady.

Harrison is just a nothing who is a cheap shot artist.His career has been over for some time.He just lives on the occasional cheap shot or jumping on the pile on a tackle trying to knock the ball loose.

The loss of Warren and Thomas were defnitely losses,but we also don't have David Harris,our leading tackler either.This game was even going in and we won.No excuses,isn't that what our Patsie* friends are always telling us???:wink::up:

Finch83
11-14-2008, 10:40 AM
Dont fool yourself. The Pats would of most definitley of won if Brady and company were in the game.

BUT that is all speculation and injuries are part of the game.

With that being said, Leon Washington is an absolute stud for you guys.

greasyObnoxious
11-14-2008, 10:48 AM
I disagree with that statement.I don't believe that the losses of Brady or Harrison had ANY effect on the outcome of this game.It would be hard for anyone to say Brady would have put up better numbers than Cassel did tonight.He passed for over 400 yards and ran for another 65 with 3 TD's!!!If anything he gave NE* an added dimension with his scrambling ability that the Jets wouldn't have had to deal with from Brady.

Harrison is just a nothing who is a cheap shot artist.His career has been over for some time.He just lives on the occasional cheap shot or jumping on the pile on a tackle trying to knock the ball loose.

The loss of Warren and Thomas were defnitely losses,but we also don't have David Harris,our leading tackler either.This game was even going in and we won.No excuses,isn't that what our Patsie* friends are always telling us???:wink::up:

absolutely not. the Pats were missing Brady. granted, they did so for all of the year, but you don't play without the best QB in the league and don't notice a difference. Cassel played great, actually he has been playing so well lately that i'm sincerely worried about facing him in 10 days. but Brady is still another dimension. he doesn't run as well as Cassel, but he's years ahead in every other aspect of the game.

satz
11-14-2008, 12:50 PM
I think the bigger lose was ty warren for the game and AD. for the first half the defence looked a bit lost and finding its feet . I think losing 2 big players in the front 7 did take a while to get used to.Also, usually you hardly see wright and green in the first quater. they come in the 4th to freshen up the DL .now with ty down they wright started which greatly effected the pass rush in the 4th when they wore down.

also keller catchs in the middle was mainly due to 2 rookie ILB. guyton looked a bit confused in coverage as suddenly he was asked to do more stuff
which AD did.i know it will be a fight from now but i cannot wait for these rookies to develop a bit more.the starting defence has 4 rookies all under 23.

shula_guy
11-14-2008, 01:20 PM
Both teams fought each other hard and the game could of went either way. Enough of the excuses good teams find a way to win and bad teams find a way to lose. Give the jets their due props they found a way to win. Give the Pats props they almost overcame obversities and stole that game back from the Jets. Its just too bad that the Pats are going have to endure back to back divisonal losses after they come into miami in 10 days. And the poor Jets are going to be left holding onto to first place till week 17 when we will go ahead and take that burden off their hands for them.

neonleon
11-14-2008, 01:32 PM
Both teams fought each other hard and the game could of went either way. Enough of the excuses good teams find a way to win and bad teams find a way to lose. Give the jets their due props they found a way to win. Give the Pats props they almost overcame obversities and stole that game back from the Jets. Its just too bad that the Pats are going have to endure back to back divisonal losses after they come into miami in 10 days. And the poor Jets are going to be left holding onto to first place till week 17 when we will go ahead and take that burden off their hands for them.


Hope the Dolphins beat the Pats but i'd be worried with BB having 10 days to game plan against you Good luck

Jetsfan0099
11-14-2008, 02:35 PM
The Jets putting up 34 points hurts. Don't think they would of won with Brady either. Love how the Jets have been getting beat by the Pats year in and year out when the Jets had tons of injuries Pats fans say no excuse, now they make up excuses because of their injuries. Hypocrites.......

Either way I felt like our team should of blown this team out. They made it closer than it should of been. Jets are clearly the better team this year.Have things we need to work out with coverage, our DBs look lost besides Revis and Rhodes.

Once we get David Harris back in a week our defense will really get going.

kilgore Trout
11-14-2008, 02:40 PM
Hope the Dolphins beat the Pats but i'd be worried with BB having 10 days to game plan against you Good luck

How'd you like your boy Leon last night? Total stud. What a trade: Herm for Leon. :up:

Also...Dustin Keller=dangerous weapon!!!

The Myth
11-14-2008, 04:13 PM
The Jets putting up 34 points hurts. Don't think they would of won with Brady either. Love how the Jets have been getting beat by the Pats year in and year out when the Jets had tons of injuries Pats fans say no excuse, now they make up excuses because of their injuries. Hypocrites.......

Either way I felt like our team should of blown this team out. They made it closer than it should of been. Jets are clearly the better team this year.Have things we need to work out with coverage, our DBs look lost besides Revis and Rhodes.

Once we get David Harris back in a week our defense will really get going.
It isn't Patriot fans talking about the injuries. It was a fin fan. Very few of the Patriot fans are crying about the injuries because unlike jet fans they understand that it is just the nature of the game..
However for you to say that Brady would not have made a difference is just idiotic. One of the most acurate passers in the history of the NFL would have definitely made a difference. Moss would have caught at least 2 TDs the Patriots would have scored about 6 TDs and the jets would not have been in that game.

kilgore Trout
11-14-2008, 04:19 PM
It isn't Patriot fans talking about the injuries. It was a fin fan. Very few of the Patriot fans are crying about the injuries because unlike jet fans they understand that it is just the nature of the game..
However for you to say that Brady would not have made a difference is just idiotic. One of the most acurate passers in the history of the NFL would have definitely made a difference. Moss would have caught at least 2 TDs the Patriots would have scored about 6 TDs and the jets would not have been in that game.

Oh, the irony :rolleyes:

dreamwalker
11-14-2008, 05:20 PM
It isn't Patriot fans talking about the injuries. It was a fin fan. Very few of the Patriot fans are crying about the injuries because unlike jet fans they understand that it is just the nature of the game..
However for you to say that Brady would not have made a difference is just idiotic. One of the most acurate passers in the history of the NFL would have definitely made a difference. Moss would have caught at least 2 TDs the Patriots would have scored about 6 TDs and the jets would not have been in that game.[/quote]

Oh, the irony :rolleyes:

:jt0323:
Its kind of like watching Hitler and Stalin beat each other senseless.

Interesting, funny and a little morbid but you cannot quite figure out which side to cheer for

neonleon
11-14-2008, 05:25 PM
How'd you like your boy Leon last night? Total stud. What a trade: Herm for Leon. :up:

Also...Dustin Keller=dangerous weapon!!!


He needs to be signed long term at the end of the year not sure where the jets are getting the cap room

Dustin is starting to show why he was a first round pick

X-Pacolypse
11-14-2008, 08:11 PM
He needs to be signed long term at the end of the year not sure where the jets are getting the cap room

Dustin is starting to show why he was a first round pick

The Jets will have finally have cap room in about 20 or 30 years from now.

FinsNCanes
11-14-2008, 08:34 PM
Didn't even look like a TD to me. Seemed when he got posession he never had 2 feet in.

djfresh47
11-14-2008, 08:42 PM
Cassel played great but Tom Brady is the best Qb in the NFL. Though who cares? Play the hand dealt. Though unfortunately for the rest of the leagues fans we get to hear how Favre is the greatest thing ever.

Vikeman
11-15-2008, 12:48 PM
I disagree with that statement.I don't believe that the losses of Brady or Harrison had ANY effect on the outcome of this game.It would be hard for anyone to say Brady would have put up better numbers than Cassel did tonight.He passed for over 400 yards and ran for another 65 with 3 TD's!!!If anything he gave NE* an added dimension with his scrambling ability that the Jets wouldn't have had to deal with from Brady.

Harrison is just a nothing who is a cheap shot artist.His career has been over for some time.He just lives on the occasional cheap shot or jumping on the pile on a tackle trying to knock the ball loose.

The loss of Warren and Thomas were defnitely losses,but we also don't have David Harris,our leading tackler either.This game was even going in and we won.No excuses,isn't that what our Patsie* friends are always telling us???:wink::up:

I am N. englander who has never been a Pats fan. They are all blaming the loss on the coin toss...typical. They need to blame it on that defense which was lost and totally dominated in the 1st half. I am going to enjoy your Jets and the Fins dukeing it out for that divisoin and the Pats watching from the outside!!!!!!!!

Al13
11-16-2008, 06:29 AM
I think the bigger lose was ty warren for the game and AD. for the first half the defence looked a bit lost and finding its feet . I think losing 2 big players in the front 7 did take a while to get used to.Also, usually you hardly see wright and green in the first quater. they come in the 4th to freshen up the DL .now with ty down they wright started which greatly effected the pass rush in the 4th when they wore down.

also keller catchs in the middle was mainly due to 2 rookie ILB. guyton looked a bit confused in coverage as suddenly he was asked to do more stuff
which AD did.i know it will be a fight from now but i cannot wait for these rookies to develop a bit more.the starting defence has 4 rookies all under 23.


its defenSe

neonleon
11-16-2008, 05:01 PM
The Jets will have finally have cap room in about 20 or 30 years from now.


Something your going to have to get use to When parcells came to the NYJ he turned the team around but also put us in cap hell he has no clue how to handle a salary cap

PhinzN703
11-16-2008, 06:21 PM
Hope the Dolphins beat the Pats but i'd be worried with BB having 10 days to game plan against you Good luck

Just like when Mike Shanahan had 2 weeks to prepare huh?

The Myth
11-17-2008, 12:56 AM
I am N. englander who has never been a Pats fan. They are all blaming the loss on the coin toss...typical. They need to blame it on that defense which was lost and totally dominated in the 1st half. I am going to enjoy your Jets and the Fins dukeing it out for that divisoin and the Pats watching from the outside!!!!!!!!
Are you still hawking that stupid worthless book of yours?
What a piece of garbage that thing was. Glad I didn't have to buy it. Keep finding copies in the trash. All with the front covers torn off.

jetsman
11-17-2008, 03:39 AM
The Jets will have finally have cap room in about 20 or 30 years from now.

Actually,the way the contracts are configured our cap is pretty healthy for the foreseeable future.Tannenbaum is a genius with the salary cap.

jetsman
11-17-2008, 03:42 AM
It isn't Patriot fans talking about the injuries. It was a fin fan. Very few of the Patriot fans are crying about the injuries because unlike jet fans they understand that it is just the nature of the game..
However for you to say that Brady would not have made a difference is just idiotic. One of the most acurate passers in the history of the NFL would have definitely made a difference. Moss would have caught at least 2 TDs the Patriots would have scored about 6 TDs and the jets would not have been in that game.
We played them last season with a worse team and Revis was only a rookie and he held Moss to ONE CATCH and NO TD's!!!!!!!That was WITH the "GREAT" Tom Brady at QB by the way............

Conan
11-17-2008, 08:32 AM
Just like when Mike Shanahan had 2 weeks to prepare huh?
Unfortunately, Shanahan ain't no Belli

Locke
11-17-2008, 03:40 PM
Something your going to have to get use to When parcells came to the NYJ he turned the team around but also put us in cap hell he has no clue how to handle a salary cap

Yes, lets make more random crap up to try and make yourself look cool. The entire time Parcells was in Dallas, he ran their cap and had plenty of room under it every season. Stop making stuff up, you're embarrassing yourself...

dlockz
11-17-2008, 04:10 PM
Something your going to have to get use to When parcells came to the NYJ he turned the team around but also put us in cap hell he has no clue how to handle a salary cap


Well he is not our gm anyway so Im sure irleand can handle that.

Tailgater
11-18-2008, 02:37 PM
We played them last season with a worse team and Revis was only a rookie and he held Moss to ONE CATCH and NO TD's!!!!!!!That was WITH the "GREAT" Tom Brady at QB by the way............

In the 2nd game, it was the weather that shut them down, not revis.

I seem to recollect Moss getting a couple tds the first game, with Revis & safeties in coverage. Nice sunny day.