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Thread: Sparanoball Rearing its ugly head in NY

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    Quote Originally Posted by nyjunc View Post
    not bragging but it's not under 40 and it's been 66% the last 2 weeks so he is trending up.



    we;'ve had a tougher sched than you guys and a ton of injuries, they are starting to play better. I expect we'll be back at .500 Sunday evening

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    you don't think it's tougher to go into Foxboro where NE has a bye(had NEVER lost playoff game at home following a bye) vs. both teams having a bye on a neutral field?
    The Giants didn't seem to have a problem with it in Green Bay or San Fran.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greyboy View Post


    The Jets are under .500 in their last 2 seasons

    11-12 since the start of last season to be exact. And will be 11-13 after next week's game.

    I'm wagering this will be the 2nd year in a row the Jets don't go over .500

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    And if we win this week Tyan Tannehill will have a better winning percentage as starting QB (4-3) 57% than Sanchez (30-25) 55%
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    If you want a more realistic, objective jest fan' perspective than the more homeristic green Koolade guzzlers on TGG, read jetsinsider. Here's a sampling of the myriad of comments over several threads that to most interested non-fans appear to be spot on.

    God damn it I am angry. When Mcourty coughed it up at 2:00 laying the game on a silver platter for us. We needed to make that a TD people. A TD god damnit. Not playing for a FG. If we get a TD, we win. Sparano and Rex played like a bunch of pissjes and left 1:10 on clock and with a timeout to Brady. This was a script of what we have seen many times. We needed to go for a TD. Instead we run 2 straight runs and then take a sack. Goddam it !!!!!!!!!! **** you Tony Sparano and Rex Ryan. God damn you both.
    Poor clock management as usual. Are the Jets the slowest team to get off a play in the NFL?
    sparano sucks his play calling is awful what a mistake to bring this guy here m, he is lost.The jets played not to lose , its just dumb.
    I totally agree. Soprano has been and out and out disaster, worse than Schotty. How you run a slant in the 3rd quarter on 3rd & 1 at the 2 when you successfully ran the ball all the way from the start of the drive, made no sense. That was arguably the worst play call I have ever seen
    SPARANO S*CKS AND BLEW THE GAME. GO BACK TO MIAMI. We left 8 points off the board because of his vanilla play calling.
    Ever think they don't trust Sanchez not to throw a pick or fumble down there. The guy is a walking disaster waiting to happen
    Sparano was horrid today. Just plain horrible.
    Sparano called a horrible game. And Sanchez is just not a good QB. That's what lost us the game.
    The playcalling was horrible today because Sparano kept on trusting Sanchez with the ball. That's why everyone is so angry
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    The playcalls that he made could have easily worked, we just have a QB who cannot execute the plays correctly.
    Yes but sadly it was the JETS. I can't blame Sanchez for bonehead plays at this point. The staff and everyone else knows what he is. Yelling at him for these things now would be like yelling because Alex Smith doesn't have a 300 yard game.
    That and the gutless playcalling. Jets stole defeat from the jaws of victory with that gutless show. They have enough talent and guts on the field to get the job done but the CS were lilly livered.
    Jets lost 5 out of their last 9 games last season with a better team and coordinator, their offense was blanked going 0-4 in exhibition season, they now have lost 4 out of their first 7 games this season, until the Colts anomaly managing just 3 offensive TDs in 4 games. Why would anyone being objective about it think that this is a team that's formidable?





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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaark View Post
    If you want a more realistic, objective jest fan' perspective than the more homeristic green Koolade guzzlers on TGG, read jetsinsider. Here's a sampling of the myriad of comments over several threads that to most interested non-fans appear to be spot on.


    Looks like you went and dug up comments from FinHeaven threads during Morono's last year in Miami.

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    Goat of the week is still Stephen Hill. Say what you want about Sparano and Sanchez but if he doesn't drop that pass the Jets probably win the game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JCane View Post


    Looks like you went and dug up comments from FinHeaven threads during Morono's last year in Miami.
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    yeah it's deja vu all over again!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrhankey81701 View Post
    Goat of the week is still Stephen Hill. Say what you want about Sparano and Sanchez but if he doesn't drop that pass the Jets probably win the game.
    The Jets were down 3 at that time. They would have still had to get into the end zone, or kick the FG to tie. Either way, I think it's an overtime game, and overtime is coincidentally when Mark Sanchez pulled that epic choke job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JCane View Post
    No, you're right. It's much tougher to win that free t-shirt that you guys got as opposed to that 77lb trophy that Eli won...twice.
    Nah, it's easy to go into Foxboro and outplay Brady when they have a bye week. The Giants D won BOTH games by basically shutting down elite offenses, our D helpd but our O performed better than the Giants O. we didn't need a ball to stick to a helmet.

    Quote Originally Posted by CalDolFan10x14 View Post
    You mean as tough as going up against a team that was 18-0 at that point and was favored to win by 2 TDs?
    still easier to play them at a neutral site where the neutral crowd was rooting for an underdog rather than going to the toughest building in the league to play.

    and NE was slowing down late in 2007, they peaked around midseason. They were still winning but not crushing teams anymore.

    Quote Originally Posted by NY8123 View Post
    The Giants didn't seem to have a problem with it in Green Bay or San Fran.
    they got 2 PR fumbles at SF and a Bradshaw fumble late was whistled dead, give us those breaks and we beat Pitt in '10.
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