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  • The Morning After: Maybe This Is What Jets Needed
    October 5, 2009

    The Morning After: Maybe This Is What Jets Needed

    posted by: Site Admin | 0 comments | Jets Regular Season

    Mark Sanchez' remarkable rookie NFL campaign hit a big bump yesterday in New Orleans, as the Jets' rookie committed four costly turnovers, which resulted in 14 points for the home team. The Gang Green lost, 10-24, ending undefeated streaks for both Sanchez and head coach Rex Ryan, who lost his first game as an NFL head coach. 

  • No Longer Unbeaten
    October 4, 2009

    No Longer Unbeaten

    posted by: Site Admin | 0 comments | Jets Regular Season

    The three game winning streak ended this afternoon in New Orleans, as the Gang Green fell to the Saints, 10-24. QB Mark Sanchez' four turnovers, two of which resulted in 14 points for the Saints, were the difference in this hard fought contest where the final score did not really reflect how close the game really was.

  • Sanchez Struggles, Jets Down by 14
    October 4, 2009

    Sanchez Struggles, Jets Down by 14

    posted by: Site Admin | 0 comments | Jets Regular Season

    The New York Jets are down 3-17 at halftime against the New Orleans Saints, as two mistakes by rookie QB Mark Sanchez resulted in 14 points for the Saints. First, Sanchez threw an interception that was returned 99 yards for a touchdown. Then, he had another attack of fumbelitis when he held onto the ball for too long in the Jets' end zone, was sacked and fumbled. This was Sanchez' fifth fumble this season, he has lost two of them.

  • Jets vs. Saints Game Preview
    October 3, 2009

    Jets vs. Saints Game Preview

    posted by: Site Admin | 0 comments | Jets Regular Season

    The battle of unbeatens will unfold tomorrow afternoon in New Orleans, as the New York Jets (3-0) will take on the New Orleans Saints (3-0). Additionally, this will also be a matchup between arguably the best offense in the NFL and one of the best defensive units. The Jets have held opposing QBs to a 50.2 passer rating (2nd in the NFL) and a 47.9 completion percentage, best in the NFL. New Orleans QB Drew Brees leads the NFL with 118.1 passer rating and is second in the NFL in completion percentage (69.1). The Jets's defense that ranks 3rd in the NFL (256.0 yards/game) and second in points allowed (11.0 points/game) will face the Saints' offense that leads the NFL in total yards (438.0 yards/game) and scoring (40.0 points/game).