Friday, December 15, 2006

Oh no....

The New York Jets dropped to 7-6 on the season Sunday, falling to the Buffalo Bills at the Meadowlands by a 31-13 score. New York finished -2 in the turnover differential department and Buffalo scored 14 points off those miscues to gain a split of the season series.

Hopefully we can keep it together for our game against the Vikings on Sunday.

Friday, December 08, 2006

Going All the Way

The Jets could actually pull off a victory in the AFC East.

The good news for the Jets is that they play a relatively "soft" schedule to close things out with home games against Buffalo and Oakland and road games verses the Miami Dolphins and Minnesota Vikings. Each of these games is winnable since we’re talking about four teams with losing records.

If you’re a betting man, then I’d put my money on the Jets. I’ve heard they’re getting pretty good odds too.

Friday, December 01, 2006

The Jets Savior

Rookie coach Eric Mangini has turned the New York Jets into playoff contenders in his first year in charge. With Mangini in charge the Jets are 2 games behind the first place New England Patriots.

This has definitely been a rebuilding year for the Jets, who ended the 2005 season with 4 wins and 12 loses. The current standing of 6 wins and 5 loses is already an improvement from the previous season.

To make the odds even better, the Jets will not play a team that currently has a winning record in their last five games before the playoffs.

Let’s go Jets!