NFL Playoffs 2011: Jets Tackle Patriots, but Is There Any Hope for New York?

January 12, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The New York Jets have a mountain in front of them.
Or should we say, they have Tom Brady.
Brady is a mere 28-1 for his last 29 games in Gillette Stadium and he's there, with his offense, with his defense and with his coach, Bill Belichick, watching the snow fall and waiting for Sunday afternoon.
Back in New York, Jets fans have to be wondering if Rex Ryan and his band of merry men have a snowball's chance in Panama of pulling this one off.
The Patriots started as a nine-point favorite and have dropped to eight and a half, still a healthy margin with the painful memories of that 45-3 blowout last month still lingering.
Back in New York, they may be thinking you have a better chance of getting a cab at rush hour than the Jets have against the Brady Bunch.
These disciples of the Evil Hoodie finished the season on an eight-game victory sled and basically went without a turnover until little Danny Woodhead had the nerve to fumble against Miami. His punish...

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