Originally posted on The Jets Blog  |  Last updated 11/8/11
New York Jets S Jim Leonhard, 11.7 On what this week is like knowing they are tied for first in the AFC East… We’ve known all along that it’s going to come down to November and December. We had our rough patch earlier this year, but we came out of it and now everything’s in front of us. We know we need to play well. They are who they are. They’re a great football team and we need to come out and play well. On whether he is shocked that New England has lost two games in a row… It happens. They’re not invincible. They’re a great football team, but they’ve got beat by some pretty good teams, as well. I don’t think they’re going to panic up in New England, and we’re not going to feel sorry for them, either. On playing back-to-back primetime games in a short period of time… You can’t worry about the second one. It’s going to come, whether we’re ready or not. You have to take care of this first one and do whatever you can to physically get your body back for that second one. New
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