Oh Jets, lol. That was embarrassing if you were part of Gang Green.
Three years ago, they were pretty hot shit, huh? Remember when they were saying that they took over New York and were the new team. Well since then, the G-Men have won another Super Bowl (beating the Jets on the way there) and the Jets find themselves on another famous franchise downward spiral. Time to rebuild for the greenies!
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After the Patriots’ fourth touchdown in six minutes Thursday night, the NBC cameras panned to Rex Ryan. Nostrils flaring, eyes burning, he looked like a man who had chased a bushel of habaneros with a bucket of nails.
By halftime, it was obvious that the Jets’ victory — their decisive victory — Sunday in St. Louis was merely a break from regularly scheduled programming: a three-hour loop of tragicomedy — of blown coverages, of miscommunication, of ineptitude on all phases. The game was scoreless after the first quarter. Really, it was. But in one dizzying 52-second sequence, the Patriots scored touchdowns on offense, defense and special teams.
Many of those fans vacated the premises after halftime, off to pursue a more enjoyable endeavor, like running out of gasoline or drinking curdled milk. Already they had witnessed New England possess the ball for all of 2 minutes 14 seconds in the second quarter — and score 35 points.
And then a blooper reel exploded on the MetLife Stadium turf. It might have been the most horrific 12 minutes in Jets history. It was cover-your-children’s-eyes bad.
Turning to hand off the ball to fullback Lex Hilliard, Sanchez went the wrong way.
“A mental mistake,” Ryan said.
Said Sanchez, “I was thinking a different play in my head.”
So, Sanchez ran. For a couple steps. He slipped. Then he slid, his head colliding with Moore’s behind. The ball popped free, and into Gregory’s arms. This season, after everything, had finally reached its nadir.
The mercy rule was not invoked, but it should have been. At the two-minute warning before halftime, “It Ain’t Over ‘til It’s Over” played over the loudspeakers. When Nick Folk kicked a 32-yard field goal with two seconds left before halftime, a lone firework sputtered and fizzled. During the intermission, the video screen showed a brief montage of what it called first-half highlights: a Muhammad Wilkerson pressure, a Bart Scott tackle, a LaRon Landry pass deflection. That was about it.
I'm still trying to figure out if all this shit that happened this year with KC is due to Pioli's management. Just two years ago, the Chiefs were 10-6. Last year was just due to injuries. I have no fucking idea what happened this year. C
Cassel has been a huge part of it but he's not the only reason. I just don't know what the fuck it is to be honest.
Well shit. Bruce Carter dislocated his elbow. Miles Austin has some hip injury. Orlando Scandrick broke his hand. Jason Hatcher suffered a concussion. This might be the most injuries I've ever seen a Dallas team sustain in one season. Sean Lee, Murray, and a slew of offensive lineman have all been injured this season. Ratliff missed a few weeks. Also Witten could've died from a lacerated spleen early in the season. I'm sure I'm forgetting some.
Whenever I see that Texans touchdown I feel like strangling the player lol. He obviously knows he is down. Its like a ball going out of bounds in the NBA and both guys pointing at eachother. Guess u cant have honest guys.
Oh and with 24 TDs and 3 ints should be ahead in the MVP race. its so close though between Rodgers, Peyton and Brady maybe with alittle Brees.
"The green days of Konoha are over. The time has come to become the Red Beast.