Week 2 Debate: Shouldn’t Revis Cover Wes Welker, Not Randy Moss?

September 17, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The 2010 offseason was all about the New York Jets. Their Hard Knocks tv show and their head coach Rex Ryan's bold Super Bowl predictions created a lot of buzz around New York area
Well, after an awful, emotionless showing by the Jets in Week 1 against the Baltimore Ravens, the Jets find themselves staring at a possible 0-2 start.
Life does not get easier for the Jets on Sunday as they welcome their hated, division rival Patriots to the new Giants Stadium.
After an easy victory over the Bengals in Week 1, New England comes into New York with an offense that can beat you in every single way. It is a more versatile offense than they had in 2007, where they set a team record for points scored in a season, and indivdual records of 50 touchdown passes and 23 touchdown receptions.
This offense has a better running game, with veteran Fred Taylor, and super utility back Kevin Faulk, giving the Patriots a great balance in all running situations, and with the two stellar rook...

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