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Bill Belichick is a lot smarter than us, and we keep forgetting that. The magic trick he pulled off Sunday night with his defense was one out of the 2004 playbook. Taking a bunch of special teamers, and losing Devin McCourty, Belichick had his defense ready for Mark Sanchez and the Jets. When Belichick cut Albert Haynesworth, many wondered in what direction would the Patriots go.

Moving Brandon Deaderick next to Vince Willfork and bookending Andre Carter and Mark Anderson proved lethal in the pass rushing department as the Patriots pressured Sanchez relentlessly.

The Patriots defense played aggressive and Carter played out of his mind, collecting 4.5 sacks and giving Sanchez scary dreams late Sunday night.


6 Pack Of Suggestions For The New York Jets

An emergency 6 pack of suggestions for improving the New York Jets who remain in the thick of the AFC wild-card race. 1. No More Mulligan – Matthew Mulligan should not be playing 20 snaps a game in a NFL offense. He shouldn’t be playing 5 snaps a game in a NFL offense. If you decide your number two tight end is going to be such a big part of your offense, you have to make a...

Cris Carter to Jets: Trade for Manning

The outspoken NFL analyst had some unorthodox advice for the Jets during a recent radio appearance, saying the team should "remove Sanchez" and "put Peyton Manning on that football team."

Random picture of the day: Patriots safety Sterling Moore hits CB Devin McCourty with friendly fire

One of the worst developments to happen to the Patriots in the 37-16 win over the Jets involved the injury to CB Devin McCourty. Safety Sterling Moore crushed him while trying to make a flying hit on Jets WR Plaxico Burress. Afterward, Moore said, “I miscalculated my hit. I told him that was my fault. I probably owe him dinner.” A few dinners, maybe, considering McCourty has...

NESN/Howe: Andre Carter, Patriots Defensive Linemen Make Key Adjustment That Surprises Jets During Sunday's Win

NESN/Howe: Andre Carter, Patriots Defensive Linemen Make Key Adjustment That Surprises Jets During...

O'Brien: Ochocinco "played well"

By Brian MacPhersonWide receiver Chad Ochocinco all but disappeared in the second half of Sunday night's game against the Jets, but Patriots offensive coordinator Bill O'Brien didn't want anyone to read anything into that. Ochocinco gave way primarily to Deion Branch and Wes Welker as the Patriots played primarily a hurry-up offensive in the second half. "Just...

Jets coach Ryan apologizes for using obscenity

New York Jets coach Rex Ryan apologized Monday for cursing at an opposing fan on Sunday night. “I obviously made a mistake,” Ryan said. “I was full of emotion and just popped off, and obviously I know I represent the National Football League and I know I represent the Jets. I know it was a mistake and I apologize. This is who I am. I made a mistake.” Ryan was caught on...

NFL Video: Rex Ryan Your Language is Offensive

The Jets took the loss to the Patriots in ugly fashion last night.  Losses put people in bad moods. That's a given. Fans like to get liquored up during the game and scream obscenities to anyone within shouting distance. That also is a given.  But when you combine the bad mood with the drunk fans, what you get is the following video with Jets head coach Rex Ryan. Listen in...

Jets Rule Out Tomlinson And Kerley

The New York Jets have ruled out running back LaDainian Tomlinson and wide receiver Jeremy Kerley for Thursday night’s game against the Broncos. Both Tomlinson and Kerley are currently dealing with knee injuries and won’t able to get enough treatment during a shortened week in order to play. With Tomlinson out,  you can expect to see Joe [...]

Sanchez: Things still great with coach

After Jets coach Rex Ryan took a scathing shot at Mark Sanchez, calling the quarterback’s timeout on Sunday night the stupidest play in football, both are saying their relationship is just fine. Sanchez claims he can’t think of anybody he would rather play for, and the coach insists...

Tomlinson's status uncertain with sprained MCL

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) -- New York Jets running back LaDainian Tomlinson has a sprained medial collateral ligament in his left knee and his status for the team's game at Denver on Thursday night is uncertain.

New England Patriots 37, New York Jets 16

The Patriots flat out kicked the crap out of the Jets last night on their own field.  Tom Brady was electric last night as he completed 26 of 39 passes for 329 yards with 3 TD passes and 0 INTs.  Danny Woodhead led the way on the ground for the Patriots in this game with 38 yards rushing on 7 carries (5.4 ypc) and he also caught 1 pass for 6 yards.  TE Rob Gronkowski (8 rec, 113...

New York Jets Relying On Backups In Denver

You aren’t going to be at full strength for all of your games in a NFL season. Not surprisingly on a quick turnaround against the Denver Broncos, a handful of backup players will be seeing an increase of reps to compensate for a few minor injuries. At running back, special teams ace Joe McKnight should finally see extended action due to LaDainian Tomlinson missing the game with...

Video of the day: A few Patriots offer final thoughts on the “statement” win over the Jets

The Patriots were off yesterday, and they are off again today. That means when they arrive tomorrow morning at Gillette Stadium, all the talk will be about the Chiefs. The Jets game will be a distant memory, with players no doubt saying, “It’s in the past.” Before that happens, let’s get some final thoughts from CB Sterling Moore, DE Mark Anderson, and LT Matt Light. Check...

Jets' Tomlinson may not play Thursday (AP)

New York Jets running back LaDainian Tomlinson has a sprained medial collateral ligament in his left knee and his status for the team's game at Denver on Thursday night is uncertain. Tomlinson, sixth on the NFL's career rushing list, was injured late in the Jets' 37-16 loss to New England on Sunday night.
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