New York Jets: If You Can’t Beat Indy, You’ll Never Make It To the Mountain Top

January 3, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Just a few thoughts as we head into the playoffs; here is some of what I wrote about the Jets last week. 
“I'd like to see if the Jets' offense can execute a game plan where they get up early by two or three touchdowns and let Brunell and Clemens perform mop up duty in the second half.  Maybe give McKnight some live reps.  I believe that for this team, keeping all of their starters in their weekly rhythm of preparation and playing is extremely beneficial.  They have a bad tendency to start sluggishly after long layoffs.”
Eerily prescient.  I couldn’t see the game because it was not carried on network here in Los Angeles, so I had to rely on highlights, postgame, and the internet, but from what I can tell, this was a tremendous game as far as morale building for the Jets.  The entire demeanor of the team reminded me of the momentum they had coming off of Hard Knocks: Hopeful and ready to fight. 
At first, I was kind of ...

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