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Thread: Jets 2012 Season Predictions

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    Jets 2012 Season Predictions

    I do this on the other Jets forum as well. Just want some rival opinions. Copy paste the template below and predict the Jets season.

    1. Sun, Sep 9 vs Buffalo Bills ---
    2. Sun, Sep 16 @ Pittsburgh Steelers ---
    3. Sun, Sep 23 @ Miami Dolphins ---
    4. Sun, Sep 30 vs San Francisco 49ers ---
    5. Mon, Oct 8 vs Houston Texans ---
    6. Sun, Oct 14 vs Indianapolis Colts ---
    7. Sun, Oct 21 @ New England Patriots ---
    8. Sun, Oct 28 vs Miami Dolphins ---
    9. Bye Week
    10. Sun, Nov 11 @ Seattle Seahawks ---
    11. Sun, Nov 18 @ St. Louis Rams ---
    12. Thu, Nov 22 vs New England Patriots ---
    13.Sun, Dec 2 vs Arizona Cards ---
    14. Sun, Dec 9 @ Jacksonville Jags ---
    15. Mon, Dec 17 @ Tennessee Titans ---
    16. Sun, Dec 23 vs San Diego Chargers ---
    17. Sun, Dec 30 @ Buffalo Bills ---

    Final:
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    I'll start:

    1. Sun, Sep 9 vs Buffalo Bills --- W
    2. Sun, Sep 16 @ Pittsburgh Steelers --- L
    3. Sun, Sep 23 @ Miami Dolphins --- W
    4. Sun, Sep 30 vs San Francisco 49ers --- L
    5. Mon, Oct 8 vs Houston Texans --- L
    6. Sun, Oct 14 vs Indianapolis Colts ---W
    7. Sun, Oct 21 @ New England Patriots --- L
    8. Sun, Oct 28 vs Miami Dolphins --- W
    9. Bye Week
    10. Sun, Nov 11 @ Seattle Seahawks --- W
    11. Sun, Nov 18 @ St. Louis Rams --- W
    12. Thu, Nov 22 vs New England Patriots --- L
    13.Sun, Dec 2 vs Arizona Cards --- W
    14. Sun, Dec 9 @ Jacksonville Jags --- W
    15. Mon, Dec 17 @ Tennessee Titans --- W
    16. Sun, Dec 23 vs San Diego Chargers --- L
    17. Sun, Dec 30 @ Buffalo Bills --- W

    Final: 10-6, 2nd in the AFC, Wild Card
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    The Jets have no offensive playmakers and no threats in the red zone. They have a QB who relies on check-downs because he cannot read defenses, holds the ball too long, can't find open receivers, and throws late too often (resulting in INTS, especially pick 6s). Their once dominant OL is mediocre at best but is hindered even more by poor QB play. The Jets have 1 NFL caliber WR, maybe 2 with Kerley, and a very raw rookie WR with stone hands. They have 1 decent pass catching TE who can't block for cow manure. The Jets cannot run the ground and pound with a non-dominant OL, mediocre RBs who can't hit holes quickly, break tackles, or make defenders miss, and without a blocking TE. They have a conservative, unimaginative OC with virtually no actual OC experience. They have a defensively-oriented HC who has delusions of resurrecting offensive game plans from the 1980s ... or the 1930s.

    That's a recipe for offensive disaster, and no matter how great a defense the Jets put on the field, they are NOT going to hold many teams to only a TD and a FG in this day and age.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JETSJETSJETS View Post
    I'll start:

    1. Sun, Sep 9 vs Buffalo Bills --- W
    2. Sun, Sep 16 @ Pittsburgh Steelers --- L
    3. Sun, Sep 23 @ Miami Dolphins --- W
    4. Sun, Sep 30 vs San Francisco 49ers --- L
    5. Mon, Oct 8 vs Houston Texans --- L
    6. Sun, Oct 14 vs Indianapolis Colts ---W
    7. Sun, Oct 21 @ New England Patriots --- L
    8. Sun, Oct 28 vs Miami Dolphins --- W
    9. Bye Week
    10. Sun, Nov 11 @ Seattle Seahawks --- W
    11. Sun, Nov 18 @ St. Louis Rams --- W
    12. Thu, Nov 22 vs New England Patriots --- L
    13.Sun, Dec 2 vs Arizona Cards --- W
    14. Sun, Dec 9 @ Jacksonville Jags --- W
    15. Mon, Dec 17 @ Tennessee Titans --- W
    16. Sun, Dec 23 vs San Diego Chargers --- L
    17. Sun, Dec 30 @ Buffalo Bills --- W

    Final: 10-6, 2nd in the AFC, Wild Card
    The Jets won't sweep the Bills or the Fins. They won't beat Seattle, St Louis, and Tennessee. They are likely to win only 1 of those. They're about a 5 win team.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinzua View Post
    The Jets won't sweep the Bills or the Fins. They won't beat Seattle, St Louis, and Tennessee. They are likely to win only 1 of those. They're about a 5 win team.
    I'm guessing 1 win.

    week 1 is out, going up against that Bills juggernaut w/ all their playmakers on offense and that great QB guiding them. Then their D- wow! mariop Williams and his 2 DD sack seasons along w/ mark aanderson and his garbage time sacks- too much for any O to handle. Not to mention the great Chan Gailey- if there is a better HC in this league I'd love to know who it is.

    going winless is hard though we will try but I will say 1-15 w/ the 1 win coming vs. SL when Tim Tebow rescues us from 37 down in the 4th qtr.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinzua View Post
    The Jets have no offensive playmakers and no threats in the red zone. They have a QB who relies on check-downs because he cannot read defenses, holds the ball too long, can't find open receivers, and throws late too often (resulting in INTS, especially pick 6s). Their once dominant OL is mediocre at best but is hindered even more by poor QB play. The Jets have 1 NFL caliber WR, maybe 2 with Kerley, and a very raw rookie WR with stone hands. They have 1 decent pass catching TE who can't block for cow manure. The Jets cannot run the ground and pound with a non-dominant OL, mediocre RBs who can't hit holes quickly, break tackles, or make defenders miss, and without a blocking TE. They have a conservative, unimaginative OC with virtually no actual OC experience. They have a defensively-oriented HC who has delusions of resurrecting offensive game plans from the 1980s ... or the 1930s.

    That's a recipe for offensive disaster, and no matter how great a defense the Jets put on the field, they are NOT going to hold many teams to only a TD and a FG in this day and age.
    The offense was mediocre or just below average last year, agreed. They didn't have a deep threat, so safeties were always roaming in the box as the OC would not take shots deep. They had one NFL caliber WR as Plax was old, slow and couldn't create separation. This year they have Kerley with some camp experience and a year under his belt. They have a deep threat in Hills, even if he has stone hands. It'll keep the safeties honest. It'll help the run game. RBs are pretty much the same since LT was pretty useless in NY last year and was really slow. The OL upgraded the RT spot, the biggest weakness that caused most of the offensive woes. Anyone in the league is better than Hunter, even kickers. Howard played lights out in the preseason, even if it was for one game. He took on Panthers best pass rusher and played him one on one for the most part and didn't allow a single QB pressure. As for Mark buttfumble not finding open receivers, he's completed many passes this year and when he had time, he delivered some great passes to WRs in the last game. Three drops, two of them would have been TDs and the third ended up as a tipped pass for int. With Fitz as ur QB, I really wouldn't be talking.

    As for the defense, which you totally ignored, is bigger, faster and better than last year. We now have safeties (our biggest weakness in the D last year) that can punish TEs catching passes in the middle. We have Maybin, thank you very much. Coples has played really well too.

    And the 80s offense you talk about, will only be a part of the gameplan...which btw worked last year in Denver in case you stopped watching football after first few wks, which is normal for a Bills fan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinzua View Post
    The Jets won't sweep the Bills or the Fins. They won't beat Seattle, St Louis, and Tennessee. They are likely to win only 1 of those. They're about a 5 win team.
    When was the last time Jets didn't sweep Bills? Dolphins suck worse this year. Seattle will be a 6 win team. Rams won't do much either. Tennessee might end up being a good team, but we'll see. One thing I'll put my money on and thats sweeping the Bills.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JETSJETSJETS View Post
    The offense was mediocre or just below average last year, agreed. They didn't have a deep threat, so safeties were always roaming in the box as the OC would not take shots deep. They had one NFL caliber WR as Plax was old, slow and couldn't create separation. This year they have Kerley with some camp experience and a year under his belt. They have a deep threat in Hills, even if he has stone hands. It'll keep the safeties honest. It'll help the run game. RBs are pretty much the same since LT was pretty useless in NY last year and was really slow. The OL upgraded the RT spot, the biggest weakness that caused most of the offensive woes. Anyone in the league is better than Hunter, even kickers. Howard played lights out in the preseason, even if it was for one game. He took on Panthers best pass rusher and played him one on one for the most part and didn't allow a single QB pressure. As for Mark buttfumble not finding open receivers, he's completed many passes this year and when he had time, he delivered some great passes to WRs in the last game. Three drops, two of them would have been TDs and the third ended up as a tipped pass for int. With Fitz as ur QB, I really wouldn't be talking.

    As for the defense, which you totally ignored, is bigger, faster and better than last year. We now have safeties (our biggest weakness in the D last year) that can punish TEs catching passes in the middle. We have Maybin, thank you very much. Coples has played really well too.

    And the 80s offense you talk about, will only be a part of the gameplan...which btw worked last year in Denver in case you stopped watching football after first few wks, which is normal for a Bills fan.
    In the Carolina game, the Jets first team ran plays intended to make the offense be more productive unlike the previous preseason outings; it wasn't vanilla by a long shot. Howard looked better than Hunter because he got help the entire time he was in there pass blocking from Conners. Sparano left Hunter to face JPP all on his own in the Giants game. Yeah, buttfumble threw downfield some, but at least twice, on thirds and long, he threw his short to his check-down for 3 or 4 yards. That's what he's been doing his entire career, and defenses know it. Hill dropped one pass and deflected another one that resulted in an INT; a deep threat is only one if DBs respect his ability to catch the ball. The Jets running game was unimpressive. They couldn't punch the ball in from the 7 yard line against a Carolina team that's hardly a defensive juggernaut.

    The Jets defense is NOT the problem. The Jets offense is. Big time. It will pull down the defense. If a team cannot field a decent offense, it's NOT making the playoffs from the AFC unless it wins a crappy division, which is what the Donkeys did last year. They won 8 games, and only took the division because Oakland lost their last game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinzua View Post
    In the Carolina game, the Jets first team ran plays intended to make the offense be more productive unlike the previous preseason outings; it wasn't vanilla by a long shot. Howard looked better than Hunter because he got help the entire time he was in there pass blocking from Conners. Sparano left Hunter to face JPP all on his own in the Giants game. Yeah, buttfumble threw downfield some, but at least twice, on thirds and long, he threw his short to his check-down for 3 or 4 yards. That's what he's been doing his entire career, and defenses know it. Hill dropped one pass and deflected another one that resulted in an INT; a deep threat is only one if DBs respect his ability to catch the ball. The Jets running game was unimpressive. They couldn't punch the ball in from the 7 yard line against a Carolina team that's hardly a defensive juggernaut.

    The Jets defense is NOT the problem. The Jets offense is. Big time. It will pull down the defense. If a team cannot field a decent offense, it's NOT making the playoffs from the AFC unless it wins a crappy division, which is what the Donkeys did last year. They won 8 games, and only took the division because Oakland lost their last game.
    It was very vanilla and our starters badly outplayed Carolina's starters on both sides of the ball.
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    4-12........ This team reeks of it.........

    Quote Originally Posted by nyjunc View Post
    The Giants absolutely win it all w/ buttfumble and they probably have more playoff wins and playoff apps if buttfumble is their QB, we probably don't even make a title game w/ Eli the last 2 years........
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