The Turn On The Jets 12 Pack is back with predictions for Jets/Giants tomorrow night. Will the New York Jets ever score a touchdown? Will Mark Sanchez leave the game in the body bag from the Giants pass rush? Read on to find out –
- Fact or False: Jets/Giants – Chris Gross
- Make or Break For Dustin Keller – Joe Caporoso
- Stock Watch: Jets/Giants – Mike Donnelly
- Night Out Partnership – Joe Caporoso
- Observations From Cortland – Chris Gross
- Mike Tannenbaum Asleep At The Wheel – Joe Caporoso
- Sanchez 9 Dropbacks – Joe Caporoso
- Offense Work In Progress – Joe Caporoso
- No Huddle – TJ Rosenthal
2. Mark Sanchez won’t turn the football over and will lead a touchdown drive in the first half. Look for Dustin Keller to be a point of emphasis in the passing game.
3. The New York Giants will rip off at least one huge play on the Jets starting defense. They have too much speed not to and even in the pre-season, they always seem to break off big ones against the Jets.
4. When Darrelle Revis is matched up on Victor Cruz, he won’t catch a single pass. However, if Cruz gets in the slot and matched up on Kyle Wilson the Jets will be in trouble.
5. Demario Davis is going to see extended time with the starting defense. The slow phase out of Bart Scott is going to begin. With his lack of speed, he simply can’t be on the field when it isn’t a likely running down.
6. Both starting defenses will record at least two sacks of the other team’s starting quarterback.
7. Stephen Hill will lead the Jets in receptions and haul in a couple from Mark Sanchez for the first time this week. Patrick Turner should also register 2-3 catches again.
8. Tim Tebow will have a rushing touchdown. The ESPN production truck will explode in response.
9. The Giants will win the game and the ridiculous Snoopy trophy that comes with it. Mike Lupica and Ian O’Connor will each write 1,500 word articles burying the Jets season and worshipping Tom Coughlin in response. Oh wait, O’Connor already did.
10. Antonio Allen is going to take another step towards leap frogging Josh Bush on the depth chart at safety.
11. Joe McKnight will have another strong pre-season game, making a few big plays as both a runner and receiver.
12. Quinton Coples will record his second sack in as many pre-season games and continue his strong pre-season.