Another week, another ugly loss.


Going into Baltimore, we knew it was not going to be easy. They are one of the most dominant home teams in the NFL with a ferocious defense. Not a good recipe for a team playing without their all-pro center. It was clear the Baltimore pass rush was going to be a problem throughout the night. What bothered me the most was not the Jets getting man handled in the trenches, it was the fact that on the first offensive play of the game, Ed Reed was unaccounted for. Yes folks, you read that correctly Ed Reed, arguably the best defensive player of his generation was untouched. This to me, is just piss poor game planning. It all starts with Brian Schottenheimer. The man needs to go. We have been saying it for two years now, and if things do not change quickly with this offense things might have to be handed over to Bill Callahan. The redzone offense is still abysmal. Getting Plaxico Burress appeared to be the solution but up to this point it has not worked out. It looks as though the play calling needs to change. Burress is a huge body not being used effectively. As of now, this team looks like a disaster. This can change quickly with a victory in Foxboro sunday. Who’s to say they cannot pull it off? Obviously things need to break right but it is clearly a possibility. The New England defense is a joke. It is not going to stop the Jets offense if there is a capable gameplan. Again, this is what it comes down to the offensive coordinator. The state of the Jets looks ugly right now, but could have a much different outlook at 8 pm tomorrow night. Like always, LETS GO JETS. J-E-T-S. Need a bounce back desperately and nothing better to get it against than Brady and the Patriots.

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