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What Do You Think of the Jet's D Performance on TDC???

Discussion in 'AFC East Rivals' started by Disnardo, Sep 15, 2010.

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  1. Disnardo

    Disnardo Season Ticket Holder Club Member

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    Hello fellow fans... not trying to ruffle any feathers but something other than their Offense might have helped the Jets end up on the wrong end of the scoreboard...

    I was in the GG forum last night, and one of NYJUNCs thread caught my attention and he caught a lot of flack over, but he does make sense genrally so I decided to bring this to this forum and add my 2 cents...

    Against NE (both games) last year they allowed avg 40% TDC...

    Against NO they allowed 31% TDC...

    Against ATL the allowed 39% TDC...

    Against Indi (Post Season) they allowed 36% TDC...

    Against Buffalo (both games) they allowed avg 31% TDC...

    Against MIA (both games) the allowed avg 46% TDC...

    The Jets D averaged 32% on avg Allowing opponents in Third Down Conversions regular Season in 2009... and ranked # 1 in Passing Yards Allowed...

    They avg 34% in TDC in the Play Offs last year...

    The Jets D ranked #1 in not allowing TDCs last year, now after its 1st game in 2010 they rank #31... and ranked # 20 in Passing Yards Allowed... think about it, is it just one game outlier???

    Look I am not stating that the Jet's D is bad nor mediocre, but they did not play Jets Type Defense consistantly last Monday night... Allowing a whopping 58% in TDC...

    They allowed 9 TDC in the 1st half alone (4 on penalties, 4 on passes, and 1 TD run)... so if they tired out by the 2nd half, it was not just the O's fault, they could not get the Raven's Offense off the field often...

    I mean, the Jets Offense had the short field anyways, the 1st half, so you would not expect them to have much TOP...

    I know the Offense was attrocious at times, specially when they needed to convert 3rd Downs, but this loss, IMO, which don't mean much, rests on both the D (to an extent) and the O (major contributor)...

    Will the Passing D become a weakness to them this year also???

    Discuss...
     
  2. mor911

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  3. Big E

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  4. BigDogsHunt

    BigDogsHunt Enough talk...prove it!

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  5. GreysonWinfield

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    Cam really called a nice game and if Flaco had played better this easily could have been a blow out. I think they only threw towards Revis 2X. There was 1 bad call against Cromartie but if you get to him early it looks like you can get in his head and the rookie Wilson looks terrible. I think they have serious issues in the secondary outside of Revis. Leonard was almost 2 steps behind Heap on the catch he layed it out for. Flaco hits him in stride and it was goodbye. They looked exhausted in the final 5-7 minutes of the game. You wear down that front line and they can be toasted by the passing game.
     
  6. MikeHoncho

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    Hmm. So my theory may just hold a little bit of water after all.

    Kneel-Kneel-Pass might actually work.
     
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  7. BigDogsHunt

    BigDogsHunt Enough talk...prove it!

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    I must have watched a different game!!!!
     

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