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  1. GrogansArmy

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    Former Ravens coach Brian Billick says Jets, Rex Ryan knew about sideline wall | NJ.com

    They got to play many easy teams all season and barely win. Now that they have to play a tough team, the defensive star is out for Pitts! And we'll get to hear about how great Sanchez is all over again. :mad:
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    Dude... the Dolphins held them to six points at HOME. I wouldn't worry too much.

    But imagine the pure joy of trouncing those buggers one more time...
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    Well, we probably won't have to face Aaron Rodgers. I'd say we got some breaks this year too....

    and the Jets will still lose
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    #12 Jersey

    This could be a huge statement game for the Jets.

    If they win at Pittsburgh, with or without Polomalu playing, this could be a turning piont that could give them their swagger back and start them on a roll at the absolute best time of the season to be on a roll.
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    #70 Jersey

    Rodgers, Steelers O line, Colts overall, Chargers overall ... we really can't complain (even as we've had our share of injuries too).

    And, yes, Jets will still lose.
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    jets can beat either the steelers or bears.Both have oline issues which the jets D can exploit and in close games anything can happen. Of course if the jts win they will talk again about they are back to being the best team in the nfl
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    Jets this, Jets that, Jets this, Jets that.....
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    Yeah, Jets get aaaaaall the breaks. :rolleyes:

    The Pats beat the Jets 45-3 not too long ago, so I would imagine Bill Belichick would be thrilled to see the Jets win and get into the playoff pool. Not to mention, each loss for Pittsburgh is one step closer to the first seed. Consider the Patriots good fortune on this one.
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    #87 Jersey

    Didn't the Pats just soundly beat the Steelers WITH Troy playing?


    I don't think the Jet's pose any problem to the Pats if they make the playoffs....


    Unless the Pats lose Brady, MCourty,BJGE, and maybe BB to injury.....:rocker:
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    I have a funny feeling that Troy will play on Sunday !!!! I think alot of this is posturing..:D
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    No Jersey Selected

    Here dey come yo, here dey come yo, here dey come yo.....

    Rats is rats.

    Word.

    :D

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    No matter who loses that game, we win, so who cares? If the Jets win and we beat Green Bay we lock up the 1 seed, I can live with that.
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    Me too. Sounds like a plan. :rocker:
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    Oh only if that were true. We don't lock up anything we don't already have if the Jets win.
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    Not true, if we win and Jets win. We lock up #5. Right now we could in theory drop to #6.

    With a win plus a Steelers win we lock up #2.
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    Yeah you're right, damn division tie breaker. Even then we would have to lose out and they would still need to beat the Bears in Chicago.

    That said I still don't think they have a prayer of beating Pittsburgh this weekend.
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    You do realize all four teams in any division have identical schedules, with the exception of two games based on the previous season's record, don't you?

    Even if Polamalu does not play, the Steelers still have an excellent chance of winning. And even if the Steelers do lose, it solidifies the Patriot's chances for top seed in the playoffs.

    It's a win-win, no matter what happens.
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    That's my take on it. Would rather face the Jets than the Steelers although I have confidence with the Pats taking on either team.
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    Haven't we learned yet that what they talk about does not matter?
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    Welcome Sundayjack!

    I was beginning to think Jets fans had become extinct. I hadn't seen one around here since Monday afternoon December 6.

    Matter of fact there were hundreds of them that entire week.
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    actually they play all the same teams as us except for san diego and indy. otherwise the schedule is the same. however, the part about them barely winning is right. :cool:
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    I'll take a Jets loss over a better playoff seeding every day of the week.
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    #70 Jersey

    That's a big difference — they played Denver and Texas instead, two much lesser teams than SD and Indy, and squeaked out two of their "luckier" wins.
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