the Jets winning in Foxboro will be tough but they did it recently.....and in the playoffs. I think the Pats will be more pissed off, coming off the loss to Seattle though
tough loss for da Jets
I'm not sure either team should really feel good after that game. NE played to lose and got fortunate. I think their secondary will improve based solely on injuries and experience. they played a rookie and a CB at safety (both gregory and chung were out) and had a career special teamer and another rookie (with all of 3 defensive snaps in college) backing them up (those 2 rookies were on the field for the sidney rice catch last week).
But if I'm a Jet fan I have to be worried about Sanchez. Yeah he looked good against a crappy NE secondary, but he doesn't see wide open receivers (and ends up throwing picks) and even when he's on target, he takes yards off the play. There was a throw to Keller on the sidelines that got NY a first down, but it was high and forced Keller out of bounds a yard after catching. Had it been on the numbers he could've gained another 15 yards or so. That's one of the few things he does consistently. I don't think he's the worst QB in the nfl, but I think he's the reason NY lost, and I'm not just talking about the game-ending strip sack.
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