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Is it me or did Geno Smith do a great impression of Mark Sanchez? The New York Jets most recent game was a reminder of what happens when the defense can’t keep up their end of the bargain. At 2-1 this was a game to show if the Jets were for real or just lucky? Guess lady luck wasn’t a fan of the New York Jets. THE GOOD There is a silver lining for everything and while watching the game I started searching for them after Geno Smith went turnover crazy... Read more
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