New York Jets: Your Monday Morning Vent

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Your various reactions via Facebook and Twitter, my full reaction coming later this afternoon.

“We can not keep killing ourselves with these turnovers. Anybody else feel like they were watching the AFC championship game all over again? Slow start, mistakes leading to 3 of there TD’s, NO running game.”

“For the first time blame falls on Rex and Tannenbaum. How do u go into the season with such little depth at o-line. As soon as turner went down they should have brought in a veteran. They gambled and now the season is in jeopardy.”

“For the last two games i hoped for that second half awakening like last year. Sanchez played like crap on the first half but then he came back to play much better on the second one. Now it starts bad ends bad. We have to thank tony romo for the victory on week one. Other wise we would be sitting here at 1-3.”

“I was at the game and was disgusted. Jets are built to win now. Sanchez is a work in progress. Give Cinci a first rounder for Palmer. Let Sanchez learn. In 2 years when he is READY. He can take over.”

“I think.. they should get on phone with Leonard Davis.. they need beef up front on oline to push the pile… this line was the best with happened.. its not mangold cause even with him in their they couldnt run against dallas.. i dont blame the RB cause everytime he hits hole theirs 4or 5 guys waiting for him… hunter sucks… vald which is turing into a bad pick sucks, also we need beef we need athletic guys sorry but we need thugs on the dline.. look at the ravens man they were putting fear in our oline… we need intimidation on defense.. we have a good d but those players play well in system.. we need ppl to get after the qb.. other teams like pats and ravens play us agressive looking to hurt our qb but we dont have that… we are soft.. our dline is not good our lbs are getting exposed…”

“Is it me or should we trade Cro for a hard-hitting safety, a lineman & pass rusher I love Rex but this $*#% gotta stop no hits no protection for Sanchize and not to mention Cro getting burned consecutive game like WTFFFFF ?!!”

“We made fun of Namath’s comments, but are we ALL buying the hype? Do we believe this team is better than it actually is?”

“We can’t expect much this season. O-line can’t protect and Sanchez knows it. He is scared. The formula to win has been run”

“is it me or does it seem the #Jets have lost that fire they have had the last 3 years?!!”

“Where to start. Sanchez holding on to the ball way too long and locking into receivers. No ball security. O line went from one of the best to one of the worst. Add to it we cant stop the run, that surprises me since we have the same guys up front with the exeption of ellis but wilkerson seems to be doing a decent job.”

“sanchez sucks the end”

One thought on “New York Jets: Your Monday Morning Vent

  1. I had a bad feeling from the minute Suzy Kolber interviewed Rex on the sideline. She asked about how the D would adjust from last week’s Raiders game, and Rex sounded completely clueless, “uh, well, that was a big surprise, not real sure what happened there, we have to do better…” Now granted I don’t expect him to give away the defensive gameplan or go into too much detail during a sideline pregame interview, but afterward, I really had to wonder at that point whether or not the team was prepared. Rex looked and sounded clueless – and I like Rex – but not one bit of specific information was mentioned. No “we need to make adjustments against the run” no “we have to choose our blitz packages more carefully” nothing. If a coach can’t even have some reasonable-sounding talking points prepped for that moment, it’s hard to have alot of faith that the team is truly prepared for what’s to come on the field. Sure enough, the O looked completely overwhelmed and underprepared from the start. For me, last night was much more about preparation than personnel. There are ways to deal with speed, size and misdirection, and the Jets deployed none of them, nor did they seem to expect the level of play they were about to face. That’s all on Rex and the staff.

    That’s all I’ve got right now. Suffice to say, they have a serious challenge ahead when it comes to next week and prepping for possibly the most prepared team in the league. I am not optimistic.

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