New York Jets 2010 Season Predictions

July 9, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The New York Jets turned a mediocre regular season into a near Super Bowl appearance in 2009, as the Jets snuck their way into the playoffs at 9-7. The Jets went on to beat the Cincinnati Bengals and San Diego Chargers before falling victim to the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC Championship Game. The late season success and the additions of some big time players this offseason has many believing that the Jets are primed for a huge season in 2010. Here is a look at what the Jets will bring to the table on both offense and defense this season, plus my prediction on where they finish the year in the AFC East.
Offense: What really made the Jets season impressive was the fact that they did it with rookie quarterback Mark Sanchez. Unlike Matt Ryan who really came in and played well leading Atlanta to the playoffs a couple years ago, Sanchez was asked simply to hand off the football, as they learned the hard way when they tried to let him throw. Sanchez finished the year with just 12 touc...

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