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 Post subject: Is the Jets game a trap game?
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If it is and we lose, I think I might cry due to this team's inconsistencies.


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 Post subject: Re: Is the Jets game a trap game?
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I don't think so this time around, especially cuz it's at home.

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 Post subject: Re: Is the Jets game a trap game?
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With all the Tim Tebow media hype and Rex Ryan never shutting up, the Jets make themselves difficult to look past.


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 Post subject: Re: Is the Jets game a trap game?
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Could be, but I doubt it will be.

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Might as well just gameplan for Tebow. Pete probably has a headstart on scouting Sanchez and nothing on that offense scares me, except Tebow (because of the unpredictability).


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No such thing as a "trap" game before a bye and a week off. Leave it on the field with 2 weeks till the next game.


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 Post subject: Re: Is the Jets game a trap game?
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Since the defense piddled themselves against the Lions last week pretty much every home game from here out is must-win. So no, I don't think it's a trap game.


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 Post subject: Re: Is the Jets game a trap game?
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Nope.

Well yeah. But it's a trap game were gonna kick ass in!

Jets scare me very little.


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Its only a trap game if you mean Jesus rendering all the 12ths mute as soon as Tebow steps into the stadium.

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Its only a trap game if you mean Jesus rendering all the 12ths mute as soon as Tebow steps into the stadium.


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 Post subject: Re: Is the Jets game a trap game?
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god I hope we dont see Tebow!


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 Post subject: Re: Is the Jets game a trap game?
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Well, look at the strengths. They run the ball a lot, something we struggled with a little (granted, they are not running AP or Gore). They are bringing the Tebow hype, meaning there will probably be a lot of Jets fans at the game and a not as loud 12th man. We seem to always be on the sucker end of fakes, and Tebow can fake a punt.

I would call this a trap game but not the scariest of trap games. At home, with Russell gaining his powers from the NW haze, I feel pretty good about this one.


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We are at home. 'Nuf

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 Post subject: Re: Is the Jets game a trap game?
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How is their short passing game? If we can jedi mind-trick Sanchez into throwing at our corners or deep middle we could get some turnovers but I doubt that'll be much on the menu.


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 Post subject: Re: Is the Jets game a trap game?
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Jets are physical, like Skins and Bungles last year. I guess?

Meh, nevermind, the Jets are a traveling disaster.


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