[QUOTE=nyjunc;1064536589]Yes I expected you to win 6 games and when you beat us and were 4-3 I expected you to be a legit playoff contender.
in 2009 we had a rookie QB, rookie HC and we made the AFC Championship Game. Indy has a rookie QB, a rookie INTERIM HC and they are a playoff team, in '08 Bal had a rookie QB and rookie HC and they made the title game. That's no excuse.
Back on this old chestnut I see, Iím actually starting to feel bad for you. Do you understand how pathetic you sound trying to make failures sound like something to be proud of, or some big accomplishment? I mean my Patriots actually won two AFC Championship games recently including last years and you donít see any Pats fans running around pounding their chests do you? And you know why? Because we lost the friggin Super Bowl, so who gives a crap about wining the AFC Championship game much less getting to them. Then again what am I saying, Iím talking to a person so delusional that they think that losing two AFC Championship game makes their team ďELITE!!!Ē Iím still waiting for the books and movies about the elite 09-10 Jets. No??? Not even one of those five minute shorts on the NFL channel to fill time between programs?
Those two AFC Championship games Sanchez played in are a great thing for Dolphins fans, since anything that helps keep Mark Sanchez on the field with the Jets is a great thing for us. It sucks the Jets as a whole are too terrible to carry him there anymore since I could definitely use another three or four years of excuse making on his behalf as he goes out there week after week and ****s in his hand and eats it.
Excuses? Rationalizations? This coming from the guy who maintained in '11 that if, in the first half, Cruz hadn't broken that 90+ yd pass play against the jest, the game would have turned around (despite the Giants putting up almost twice the score), the Giants wouldn't have made the postseason but the Jest would have. LMAO!!!!
What does being the most delusional homer left on the most homeristic of all jets forums all you need to know about someone's objectivity?
Clinging to this notion that your team is better then ours because of a division record is both pathetic and childish. This is nothing more then attempt to rile some of you guys up. That's Junc's M.O. He is struggling with the fact that his team is beyond an embarrassment to the NFL right now. Ignore it.
Miami has more arrests......blah, blah, blah.......2 AFCCG........blah, blah, blah.......sorry if the truth hurts..........blah, blah, blah. Did I forget anything?
The Jets never had the ball with a chance to tie or take the lead from the 2nd quarter on. They only cut it to a 1 score game in the last 3:00 minutes and never saw the ball again. They didn't kick an onside kick because they thought that they could stop Pitt. The point is still the same. They never had a chance to tie or take the lead, which is your definition of a "Whooping" (I think you mean whipping)The Jets whooped the Pats in the '10 div rd, a game they controlled from the 2nd qtr on, a game where NE never had the ball w/ a chance to tie or take the lead in the 2nd half. Don't let final scores fool you, we had q 2 TD lead when NE scored a garbage time TD
Both teams had a chance at the end. NE had a chance if they could recover the onside kick, but they couldn't do it. The Jets had a chance if they could stop Pitt, but they couldn't do it. Neither team's loss was a whipping, but if you want to say the Jets whipped NE, then you must also say that the Jets got whipped by Pitt.
The Jets lost by 5 but Pitt drove down the field and ended the game in victory formation when they were in FG range. They were on the Jets 26 yard line when they kneeled to end the game. If the officials incorrectly ruled the Sanchez play an incomplete pass, the score would have been 19-17 Jets. (if everything played out the same) Pitt could have kicked an easy FG for the win. (20 to 19) Nice try.
You can argue that things don't play out the same if Pitt is only up 17-3 instead of 24-3, but there is still no good reason to think that the Jets win that game. The Jets shutout Pitt in the second half, so it would be impossible for Pitt to score less under different circumstances. Do you think the Pitt D would have allowed more points in the second half if it was a 2 score game instead of a 3 score game? Most D's relax when they have a bigger lead, so that argument wouldn't make sense either. Do you think the Jets D would have played better on the final drive when Pitt ran out the clock in FG range? The Jets knew that if they didn't stop Pitt, the game was over, so I see no difference there either.
There are a lot of reasons that point to Pitt still winning that game, even without the 7 points they got from the Sanchez fumble. I can't think of 1 good reason why the Jets would have won it. The difference between the Giants winning the Super Bowl and the Jets losing the AFCC game was not 1 play. I wouldn't even argue that it was because of 1 player. It was because the Giants were a better team in the playoffs.
Last edited by The New Guy; 12-20-2012 at 08:54 PM.