- In case you missed it, on Thursday night the Jets proved they only need 53 seconds to lose an entire football game.
- Stat of the Day: Brandon Moore’s ass had more sacks then the entire Jets defense. Sanchez hits the hole, hard.
- The Jets and Patriots played the funniest game of football I’ve ever seen. The Jets have comedic timing that is surpassed maybe only by the 3 Stooges. They can’t even fumble right, the ball goes flying through the air.
- Looking for a fun game to play with your buddies? Watch the Jets-Patriots game and drink every time they say the name of a former Miami Dolphin player. You’ll be wrecked by halftime. Donald Thomas leads the way, drink. Clyde Gates checks into the game, drink. Lex Hilliard is the starting fullback, drink. Offensive coordinator Tony Sparano has his hands full, drink. That’s special teams coach Mike Westhoff, drink. Rob Ninkovich gets the sack, drink. Welker for 14, Welker for 9, Welker for 16, drink, drink, drink. Welker gets brought down by Yeremiah Bell, drink double.
- Every time i watch RG3 play i remember that he is better than i think he is. Are there better examples of quarterbacks who do “more with less” than he and Andrew Luck? There are question marks and rookies all over both of their offenses but somehow they get it done.
- On the other side of the coin, is there a better example of a quarterback who does “less with less” than Mark Sanchez? I get it, your team sucks, deal with it, I’m sick of hearing about it. What those rookies are accomplishing with their offenses puts your argument to shame. Great QBs find a way to make it work, inferior ones use it as an excuse.
- Just because the play would have been reviewed (and thus overturned) if Jim Shwartz had not violated the stupidest rule in the history of the NFL does not let the referees from the Lions-Texans game off the hook. Both the runner’s elbow and knee touched the ground. It’s inexcusable that the refs missed that.
- So far this NFL season we have seen two touchdowns scored which have ultimately decided games that everybody watching knew was not a touchdown except for the employees of the NFL.