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Which recent blowout of the Jets felt better... Thursday's game or 2010?

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More Enjoyable Destruction Of The Jets Game

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  1. 2010 45-3

    22 vote(s)
    25.6%
  2. 2012 49-19

    64 vote(s)
    74.4%
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  1. PATRIOTSFANINPA

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    I vividly remember the complete domination and destruction of the 45-3 game in 2010 against the Jets where they just dominated right from the start.

    Sundays game was not that way until late in the second quarter but for some reason,I really enjoyed the humor the Jets showed for those 52 seconds of ineptitude and not so better after that.

    My choice would be Thursdays game despite the team not dominating from the kickoff because it was really enjoyable and comedy was in play.

    Which was yours?
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    Losing in the playoffs ruined my fond memories of 45-3
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    Lets not go there :nono:....just remember THE 45-3 game and leave it at that :cool:
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    One word.......Bumble....

    Easy call.
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    45-3 had some great moments. It didn't have Sanchez going ATM, though, which scores overwhelmingly high on the comedy scale. I'll take the 2012 game.
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    This one is way better I think, and funnier. Created so many fond blooper moments for years of forum fodder.
    Its my belief the Jets got 19 pts because the patriots defense couldn't stop laughing.
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    This past game was just an instant classic. It should be on NFL replay just because the bloopers were just so good and can't be done again. I love the Jets, its not even a competition any longer.
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    I'll take the 2012 over 2010, but my personal favorite was the 37-16 game last year.

    2010 - great methodical blowout, but perhaps if this didn't happen, the playoffs would have gone differently. I bet some of the younger players didn't take the Jets seriously in the January game after 45-3.

    2011 - everything was pointing to a Jets win. It took a good amount of effort to beat them at Gillette in week 5, just coming off a 2 game losing streak and the first regular season home loss in forever, going into a hostile environment at night. Then, boom! Blowout where our defense took over.

    2012 - the second quarter was comedy gold, but it wasn't really as complete of a game played by the Patriots as the other 2. I don't know how much of it is due to prevent defense and conservative "play not to lose" offense, but the Patriots were actually fairly inconsistent, even outplayed by the Jets the other three quarters. Even during the second quarter, 4 of the 5 touchdowns were fluke/broken plays.
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    Definitely this game. In the 45-3 game, the Jets just got run off the field. In this game, we had that plus legitimate comedy gold. The Bumble will be around for a looooong time. Rex's constant Sad Keanu expression was priceless. I'm pretty sure that Bart Scott had to be running backwards on the Vereen TD. Shonn Greene signaling first down after getting stuffed on 4th down and fumbling. Al Michaels saying, "The Jets close to within 30 points." And, lest we forget, the blue screen of death faces of Fireman Ed and Captain Jet.

    My God, I wish I could erase the game from my internal DVR just so I could watch it again the first time.
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    Is that the one where Belichick and his son (reportedly) had a nice father-son chat, as they left the field, about the joys of crushing the Jets? ....
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    Thanksgiving on the road for a clean 2-0 sweep of the rats showcasing the best 2nd quarter of football I've ever witnessed on so many levels.

    This video posted by Ninja in the Jets suck thread says it all...:rocker:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sQtw-hZ_JCE
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    I was sorely tempted to say 2010 because of all the ****talking the Jest did prior to the game, but the comedic elements in this one were just too strong to overcome. This game is a microcosm of the Jest organization and history as a team. I love it.
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    Has to be 45-3 with ease. This was a time when they had reached the AFCCG and were running their mouths like hell whilst competing for top of the division. It never felt better ramming it down their throats.

    They're a shambles this year. Expected nothing less than a comfortable win.
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    This year.

    Fun fact: the Patriots became only the third team since the merger to score three touchdowns in the span of less than a minute.

    In the process, they also broke the JEST's will to live. :rocker:
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    I was at the 45-3 beat down and loved it but winning on TDay which crushed any hope of the playoffs for the Jets fans and the comedic relief with the Bumble makes 49-19 a game for all time
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    Indeed. On top of it, those clowns gave "Skid Mark" Sanchez the big deal that means they are stuck with him for at least the rest of this season and next.

    If the "boo foo butt fumble" happened as one silly play in a game between two random teams it'd be damned funny enough, but to have it be on national TV on Spanksgiving, and to have it be "sandwiched" between the long pass play and the fumble on the kickoff, and to have it be the Jests getting hammered by the Patriots none the less, it's a timeless cl-ass-ic! :D
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    This was the single prime time Thanksgiving Day game that everyone was watching

    This year by far

    (if we'd won the Super Bowl in 2010 it'd be a different matter)
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    I chose this years game simply because it happened at the Meadowlands in front of the Jets crowd.
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    play off lose took a lot of the gloss off in 2010. Hence Thursday is my favourite.

    would love to get them in a playoffs to avenge 10.

    But it looks like it could be a while before we get to see them there.
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    I do NOT want to see them in the playoffs again, because no matter how overrated they are, how much worse they are than the Pats, and no matter which improbable events conspire to allow them to get in, there is always the possibility that they could actually win the game, and then the Rats will cling to it it forever as confirmation that they are more significant than they really are.

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    can we show a little loyalty/love to the guys that delivered two AFCCG's? - Jets Insider.com Forums

    "can we show a little loyalty/love to the guys that delivered two AFCCG's?"
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    Definitely the Thanksgiving game. I just can't get the image of Sanchez' butt fumble out of mind! LMAO. SO SO SO funny!! I've never seen any game going from tight 0-0 to laugher so fast and in such hilarious fashion! Somehow this game was way more humiliating for the Jets. And we did it in their house to boot!
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    Those threads are gold. They use the ridiculously flukey 2009 season as a way of justifying both Sanchez and Ryan. I'm all for that. It might keep those two around for a while longer.
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    Jesus H Christ.

    Benny Hill and Rex Ryan. Seperated at birth or what?
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    The buzz from the 2010 W was killed by the Playoff loss to the team that would luck its way into the AFCCG.

    Thursday's W was infinitely more satisfying; not only did we blow them out but they made a laughingstock of themselves, their Coach, their GM and their owner with the "butt play for the ages" and a Keystone Kops highlight reel. Plus, it all transpired in a highly hyped, nationally-televised game on Thanksgiving night with no other game in the time slot.

    I don't know what Heaven might be like, but spending Eternity reliving that 52 seconds of Thursday's game and the final drive of SB XXXVI with the Madden soundtrack wouldn't be too bad.
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    Tough call but I'll very slightly lean towards 2010. Loved watching Woodhead break 100 yds recvg against his former team and they were also redeeming the loss in first meeting.
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    Hadn't thought of that angle, but IMHO it's definitely more enjoyable to give them a beat-down in front of their home fans. Seeing Fireman Ed on TV losing his faith as his Jets burn to the ground is priceless. I also like the WTF look on that Asian dude in the middle of the bumble replays.

    The beat-down at the Razor has the advantage of making the Rats take the bus/plane ride of shame home, but in this case, their shame started before halftime and they had the entire 2nd half to watch the stands empty before they went home to the somber T-day party with all their friends and family trying to hide their questioning looks...
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    I will be one of the rare exceptions who choose the 2010 game. Not that there was anything wrong in Thursdays game, but 2010 was still sweeter.

    Jets had won us earlier that year, they really thought they would win us in that game (this year no one in their locker-room probably believed that), the division race was still on, the Jets were 100 times more respectable as an opponent (yet still not respectable), the mental mistakes were more of a surprise (though not as funny) and ofc Rex burying the gameball (I have long suspected that it wasn't the gameball, but instead their only practice ball, hence the nosespiral that followed).

    The way I see it, the Monday night massacre was the INJURY, and the Thursday night game was the INSULT we added to that.
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    The Thanksgiving Bennie Hill Fest and it's not even close.
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    The reason why the 45-3 demolition should not be overlooked was because of all the co(kiness and fatter Rex was at the time and how his team had a lot of loudmouths and boasting they were super bowl bound...we took the smile of their face THAT game anyway.

    We saw on thursday and much slimmer Rex but you could see his arrogance has taken a beating because of the losses piling up and he is a shell of his former arrogant self and looked beaten even before the kickoff....losing has made Rex a much more humbler coach.
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    The most recent one. I enjoyed seeing them crash and burn. :rocker:
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