Daily Links: 8-8?

  • Staff predictions: Our picks for Sunday’s Jets-Dolphins game [NJ]
  • Tebow Spoke Glowingly Of Jets When Contacted By Nelson [WFAN]
  • An interview with Geno Smith’s mother [NJ]
  • Geno Smith, Ed Reed making South Florida homecomings [Sun-Sentinel]
  • Jets players backing coach Rex Ryan [ESPN NY]



12 comments
klecko71
klecko71

shefter story 2:15 pm says signs point to rex return!!

Malty by nature
Malty by nature

Mo Wilkerson got the snub for Pro Bowl, Im expecting 3 sacks from him tomorrow haha

McGeorge
McGeorge

Nothing would please me more than to see the Jets knock the Dolphins out of the playoffs.  I'd like to see Geno have a good game, as well as Milliner.

I want a monster game from teh DLine, especially Richardson, so he gets Defensive rookie of the year.

UncleJoesJetFarm
UncleJoesJetFarm

On the offense, even in the disaster against the Dolphins a few weeks ago, Ivory still ran for over 5yds per carry. The phins have been very inconsistent against the run and their Lbs also have problems in coverage. They have to run Ivory like it is a marathon! Also, the phins are weak in the intermediate zone and the Jets have Kerley, Winslow/Cumby, Holmes and Nelson to utilize. Geno should 3-5 drop them to death and use his legs when necessary. 


On defense the Jets have to go after their weakest point of their oline.... the Tackles. Line up MO and Coples on the outside and bring the heat from the edge.  The Jets can't let the successn the secondary from Browns game stop using cover 2. Tanne has some wr weapons that can torch you and Cro is not close to 100%. Rely on the front to get pressure and make sure that the secondary has help.  I am a little concerned about our own defensive intermediate zone with Clay and Hartline, but you cant cover every place solid. 


If we stick to the game plan and Geno protects the football, hit those quick short passes, uses his legs and the Jets run it down their throats, our offense should score some points. If the defense brings the heat on their garbage oline and our secondary holds up, we should come away with a win. They also will not be able to run on us. I cant wait to get a final blueprint on far we have come tomorrow. The phins will be tough and fighting for their playoff lives, so we are getting a tough customer. 9 of their games has been decided by 4 point or less this season. They are no flounder despite the stinker last week.  Lets do it!

djf1
djf1

I'm actually surprised Tebow had positive things to say.  I guess I'll have to give him points for being the better man, if not a better qb.

levi
levi

I dont think they should have Cro on Wallace tomorrow. Hes to much of a liability.By now everyone knows he will have to give a 10 yard cushion so he doesnt get beat deep and leaves the short routes open for first downs until he finally moves up and they throw over the top for the long ball.

levi
levi

@Malty by nature Its possible, he is gonna play hard. I know he did a hula dance once after a sack indicating he wanted to go. Couple that with playing hard for Rex and Dunbar to keep their jobs and Miami's O line is gonna have their hands full.

davem
davem

Joey, here's ur post from 2 days ago

Guys, let's rock this Sunday, and the future looks bright in 2014. I will give you guys all a gift and now take a nice Hiatus. Peace out brothers and have a Happy New year! I might drop by on occasion, but for now, peace out! a57se, GROW A PAIR!

You've continued to hijack every post since then. Were you drunk when you posted that? Or are you not a man of your word? Do what you say you're gonna do, or don't post it.

UncleJoesJetFarm
UncleJoesJetFarm

@jaygo @jake100 


I really think this game will be a tough grind out affair. I can see it being decided by 3 points. Both teams have motivation and the first game was not close to indicative of what this game will be like tomorrow. I cant wait for 1PM tomorrow. Go Jets!

levi
levi

@davem Thats the only post he hasnt repeated incessantly.

a57se
a57se

@levi@davem 

And he NEVER responds to a comment that tries to hold him accountable.