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*Makes Santonio Holmes jet-wing arms, woosh sounds, falls down*
People were quick to forget that it was a terrible Bills team that the Jets worked over last week during their praise of the Jets' first-game offensive explosion. And with the Steelers only hanging around until the deciding mistake against the Broncos, it was looking like everyone was into taking week 1 at full face value. And then even without Troy Polamalu and James Harrison, the Steelers D allowed not much after a decent opening Jets drive while Ben steadily remembered how to dictate this offense through the air. The bigshot city team was humbled on the Steelers' home playground. All is right in the world when you win handedly to erase the potential for 0-2.
Ben: OUTSTANDING game by Ben. Last week's pick-6 would've crippled a lesser signal-caller, but Ben shook it off like it was any one of New York's jillion pass rushers. 24 of 31 for 275 yards and 2 TDs. AND he remembered ...
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Turn On The Jets broke down the offensive game film from the New York Jets week two loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. A big thank you to everybody who sent in their questions on Twitter on what they specifically wanted to see broken down from the film. Make sure to check back tomorrow when Chris Gross will go through the defensive game tape -
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The Jets struggled in all phases during their 27-10 defeat in Pittsburgh against the Steelers. Mark Sanchez couldn't orchestrate scoring drives, receivers dropped passes, the defense missed tackle after tackle and the special teams made a mistake the team couldn't afford."It came down to the simple fact they out-executed us and played better in all phases, including...
New York Jets started the game looking good. Early in the first-quarter Mark Sanchez hooked up with Santonio Holmes, for a 14-yard touchdown catch.
After that, midnight struck! It wasn’t the same offense we saw last week, granted the Pittsburgh Steelers had the No.1 defense last year. However, the Jets never looked like they got into a rhythm. In fact, only two times I though they...
Anotonio Cromarite has long been off of twitter and was always an interesting read, but during the game you obviously would not see any tweets from him if he was back. Who was keeping me entertained at least was his Mrs. who took a page out of Rex Ryans’ Curse book. The F-Bomb was dropped so much (Counted 11 F-Bombs), I thought I was watching a George Carlin show.
While most did not anticipate the Jets to beat the Pittsburgh Steelers, those same people didn’t see this that humiliating loss coming.
-Other than that opening drive, in which the Jets marched down the field to score a touchdown, there really aren’t many positive offensive attributes to speak of. BUT, during that drive, the Jets started on their own 10, went 4...
The GOP would like to reconsider the nomination for the office of Presidency. New York Jets QB Tim Tebow was asked about his future, specifically politics, and the lightning rod upman had a very interesting response. “I haven’t ruled it out. Whatever avenue I feel like I can make a difference in, I’d love to [...]
The New York Jets fell short in virtually every category on Green and White Report's grading scale. Find out just how poorly the Jets scored and why it could be back to the drawing board for Mark Sanchez and company.
On the board for 2012. It was a tale of two halves in this game. The first half gave every indication that the Steelers were going to find a way to lose to an obviously inferior opponent. Then, offensively and defensively, the Steelers flipped the switch in the second and dominated the Jets en route to a 17 point victory which is one point more than the point differential in the...
I have already posted my first half notes from the Pittsburgh Steelers 27-10 win over the New York Jets and below are my notes from the second half of the game.
LaMarr Woodley starts the second half with a good open field tackle on the tight end. A couple of short runs moves the chains for the Jets as Larry Foote just missed a TFL on the second down run.
Woodley finally gets...
The Pittsburgh Steelers (1-1) beat the New York Jets (1-1) 27-10, today at Heinz Field from Pittsburgh, PA.
This was a bad loss for the Jets as they couldn't do anything on offense since they scored 10 points in the early drives of the game.
Gang Green's defense wasn't going to be enough to beat the Steelers if the offense showed up and they flat-out didn't.