Found October 27, 2012 on The Penalty Flag:
The New York Jets have already guaranteed victory over the Miami Dolphins, which is typical, considering no other team enters match-ups guaranteeing the win more than the Jets. The last time the Dolphins met the Jets, in Week 3, Reggie Bush had to leave the game with a knee injury and Derrelle Revis’ season ended with a torn ACL. The Jets squeezed out a win in overtime (but I question the validity of any replacement-reffed game). Since Week 3 the Jets have improved. After a shutdown by San Francisco, the Jets managed not to get trampled by Houston, and brought back the ground and pound  offence to beat Indianapolis. The Jets almost won against the Patriots, but, as usual, they couldn’t pull through when they needed to.… Read more
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