Posted on: December 19, 2008 11:38 am

Jets Blueprint to Winning Against SEA and MIA

Do not look ahead to Miami, Take it 1 game at a time - Look for Miami to dispatch Kansas City, setting up a gigantic match-up which decides who wins the AFC East. If we take Seattle lightly, we will lose, because they have nothing to lose, and they will be looking to send out Mike Holmgren out a winner. Jets, this is your moment to silence critics who are writing you out. Send a message that the Broncos and 49ers games were a fluke. They need to pound the Seahawks.

Better Defense - The last 3 games (with the exception of the late 4th quarter vs the Bills), the defense was atrocious. Peyton Hillis, Frank Gore, and Marshawn Lynch looked like Second Comings of Walter Payton, the way they ran through our run defense. And we have Kris Jenkins, Christ! The arm tackling has got to stop. We need to punish Seattle's offense by wrapping up the ball carrier, and bringing them down to the turf. Make them feel the pain! Like Baltimore, Pittsburgh, and Tennessee's defense plays. See how physical they play?

Also, blitz, blitz, blitz! Seneca Wallace has been playing well lately. Against the Pats, he threw 20 completed passes out of 28, for 3 Touchdowns, with a QB rating of 128.9. Against the Rams, he threw no TD passes, but led a rally, he threw for 226 yards, and made clutch throws to help Seattle win. And judging by the atrocious Broncos and 49ers games the Jets D played, he must be licking his chops. Pressure him, we need to blitz him early and often and toss him around Qwest Field, or else the Jets will lose.

Better Play calling - Seriously, no excuse giving Leon Washington only 1 carry! And 4 out of the last 3 games. He, and Thomas Jones is the Jets best play makers, and it makes no sense how we abandon  the run so easy, leaving Favre to tossing ducks around the field. This is exactly what happened in the Broncos and 49ers games. It's still bugging me. Seriously, give the ball to the play makers, and good things happen. Now, it's time to wake the AFC East. J-e-t-s Jets Jets Jets!
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