NFL Week 3: New York Jets Show Dolphins Why They Are The Team To Beat!

September 28, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Championship caliber teams all have one thing in common: they find a way to win.  While this seems elementary, most teams have a style that the game needs to take in order to win.
The preferred style for the Jets is obviously defensive oriented.  They play field position, possess the ball, and defend, which is exactly how they started out during last night's game.
The Jets took the opening kickoff, and possessed the ball for almost 10 minutes, and took it for 72 yards on 10 plays.  The drive culminated in a touchdown when Mark Sanchez hit Dustin Keller over the middle for the 24-yard scoring strike.
They increased their lead to 14-0 early in the second quarter on Sanchez's second passing touchdown.  Once again, it was Sanchez to Keller, this time on a 12-yard pass. At that point, it was vintage Jets-football as the team had held Miami scoreless for the first quarter and the start of the second.
However, the  tenor of the ...

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