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dolfan94
12-10-2008, 10:25 PM
They played in SF last week and had to travel cross country the way and the way back. That has probably tired them out. Now they have to play the Bills, and travel cross country to Seattle, and then back. Not only could they lose both of those games since its a division game and a game by the East in the West, but they will also have to travel cross country again to NY, and you can bet they will be extremely tired in time to play us. While we play at home this week, and traveling to KC only gets us closer to NY. Just felt like pointing that out.

houtz
12-10-2008, 10:29 PM
If we take care of the 49ers I think we have the division. 49ers scare me more then both the Chiefs and Jets combined.

Let's force Shaun Hill to make bad decisions and show the world who we are!!!!

jtrules99
12-10-2008, 10:42 PM
ya this 49er game scares me alittle also, but hopefully we will have all the crowd noise in r favor, forcing a lot of false starts on the 49ers, and we can start off strong and have the crowd into it the whole game.

MadDog 88
12-10-2008, 11:02 PM
I agree that this will be the toughest of the remaining games. The 49ers are playing for pride only and will leave it all on the field. A truly tough test for our young team.

The Franchise
12-10-2008, 11:16 PM
The Niners may be playing for pride, but Herm and the Cheifs "play to win the game." No easy games left. Our easy game was the Rams and it was a hard win!

huck1974
12-10-2008, 11:31 PM
They played in SF last week and had to travel cross country the way and the way back. That has probably tired them out. Now they have to play the Bills, and travel cross country to Seattle, and then back. Not only could they lose both of those games since its a division game and a game by the East in the West, but they will also have to travel cross country again to NY, and you can bet they will be extremely tired in time to play us. While we play at home this week, and traveling to KC only gets us closer to NY. Just felt like pointing that out.

How does traveling to KC get us closer to NY. What are you talking about anyways?

Daytona Fin
12-10-2008, 11:34 PM
How does traveling to KC get us closer to NY. What are you talking about anyways?

i think he means, going to missouri and then fins will go from there to ny. but the fins will return to miami after kc game:unsure:

dolpns13
12-10-2008, 11:42 PM
They played in SF last week and had to travel cross country the way and the way back. That has probably tired them out. Now they have to play the Bills, and travel cross country to Seattle, and then back. Not only could they lose both of those games since its a division game and a game by the East in the West, but they will also have to travel cross country again to NY, and you can bet they will be extremely tired in time to play us. While we play at home this week, and traveling to KC only gets us closer to NY. Just felt like pointing that out.

same difference as west coast teams being 1-17 this year i believe when traveling to the east coast... Ironically, SF beat Buffalo in Buffalo and thats the only west coast team to win in the east coast all year. Now they travel to miami, hopefully not to continue their East coast winnign streak

rainmaker1313
12-11-2008, 02:55 PM
If we take care of the 49ers I think we have the division. 49ers scare me more then both the Chiefs and Jets combined.

Let's force Shaun Hill to make bad decisions and show the world who we are!!!!
49ers has real little bearing for the AFC East title in my opinion!

emeraldfin
12-11-2008, 08:17 PM
same difference as west coast teams being 1-17 this year i believe when traveling to the east coast... Ironically, SF beat Buffalo in Buffalo and thats the only west coast team to win in the east coast all year. Now they travel to miami, hopefully not to continue their East coast winnign streak

Hopefully Arizona make it two wins on the East coast

Deep2Evans
12-12-2008, 01:23 AM
Yeah, flying first class on a charter plane must really drain players, I'm sure. Not to mention it costs them nothing to travel that way. That shouldn't be an excuse.

SpurzN703
12-12-2008, 02:12 PM
Yeah, flying first class on a charter plane must really drain players, I'm sure. Not to mention it costs them nothing to travel that way. That shouldn't be an excuse.

May not be a valid excuse but it's been used before. Just ask Phil Jackson

Dolpfan_72
12-13-2008, 04:47 AM
Sf will probably be without Frank Gore so that changes things to some degree. He was a threat to run the ball or catch a short pass. With him out that makes them a little more one dimentional.

SpaceMountain16
12-13-2008, 12:44 PM
Yeah, flying first class on a charter plane must really drain players, I'm sure. Not to mention it costs them nothing to travel that way. That shouldn't be an excuse.

Being away from home drains anyone. Surely you've traveled before, it's a completely different feeling than being at home.

syborg
12-13-2008, 02:55 PM
Im not worried about the 49ers or the Chiefs it's the Jesters that worry me. . they have the lead in the all time series and we always struggle against them. .
We can afford to lose to SF as they do not affect the conference tie breakers etc. .
To be sure we need all 3 wins. .
I believe we can do it. . i know we will. .playoff bound. .
oh and my other prediction. . Miami - Giants Superbowl and we win to revenge the London loss 13-10 last year. ;)

Jetsfan89
12-13-2008, 05:30 PM
They played in SF last week and had to travel cross country the way and the way back. That has probably tired them out. Now they have to play the Bills, and travel cross country to Seattle, and then back. Not only could they lose both of those games since its a division game and a game by the East in the West, but they will also have to travel cross country again to NY, and you can bet they will be extremely tired in time to play us. While we play at home this week, and traveling to KC only gets us closer to NY. Just felt like pointing that out.

Very true. I think the Jets are in a lot of trouble.

Deep2Evans
12-13-2008, 10:17 PM
Being away from home drains anyone. Surely you've traveled before, it's a completely different feeling than being at home.

Traveling in the style and class these guys do, I'm sure I could handle being away for 2 days, especially when I look at my pay check. I don't think me or my family would mind.

djfresh47
12-14-2008, 05:08 PM
Going cross country is tough on teams. The Jets played awful today. If the Bills weren't the worst coached team in the league the Dolphins would be in 1st place by themselves. Dick Jauron makes Richie Kotite look like Vince Lombardi.