2010 NFL Predictions: New York Jets Will Take AFC East

August 10, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Last season, the New York Jets sneaked into the playoffs with a 9-7 record.
It's not how you get there, but what you do when you get there that counts, and the Jets made last season's playoff appearance count. 
They defeated Cincinnati and San Diego on the road before losing to Indianapolis in the AFC title game. Now, revitalized by the "in-your-face" confidence of Coach Rex Ryan, the Jets enter the 2010 season with their sights set on the Super Bowl.
Quarterback Mark Sanchez was not the savior Jets fans were hoping for in his rookie season, throwing just 12 touchdown strikes with 20 interceptions on his way to a poor 63.0 passer rating.
But the Jets allowed him to play through his struggles, helping him gain vital experience that will speed up the learning curve.
While the Jets will still rely on the NFL's best running attack, Sanchez must show improvement in order to make a Super Bowl run. His play in the postseason has the...

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