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2 minutes ago, Bluefire4 said:

They'll have to adjust next drive. We can give them the underneath stuff but they can't beat us deep anymore.

 

You would think the adjustment would have come after the first two or three times that they got beat deep.  Why to they have to wait for the pass to actually connect to realize that they're getting beat deep over and over and have a problem?

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Basically everyone should just block out the first 12 weeks and look at it as a 4 game season because all 3 teams are 6-6 = Colts/Texans/Titans, might as well be 0-0. Jon Gruden just said we will win the Division and Houston got lucky the 1st time - I agree. I like my chances having Andrew. We do have the tiebreaker over the Titans as well no matter what. It's looking pretty beautiful about now.

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1 minute ago, JCPatriot said:

 

I wouldn't get too high on this.  Granted, it is good to finally get a decisive win against a team you should beat, but lets not kid ourselves.  The Jets are not a good team.

 

It's always fun to beat up on a team from New York to me.

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1 minute ago, JCPatriot said:

 

I wouldn't get too high on this.  Granted, it is good to finally get a decisive win against a team you should beat, but lets not kid ourselves.  The Jets are not a good team.

I agree but all season long a lot of people were saying the Texans were Good so if we beat them, will people say they aren't Good? and I think we will beat them.

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1 minute ago, JCPatriot said:

 

I wouldn't get too high on this.  Granted, it is good to finally get a decisive win against a team you should beat, but lets not kid ourselves.  The Jets are not a good team.

Well, maybe the Patriots should have put a beat down on the Jets like this last week. 

 

Let us enjoy our high; it's been a looooooooong time. 

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6 minutes ago, JCPatriot said:

 

I wouldn't get too high on this.  Granted, it is good to finally get a decisive win against a team you should beat, but lets not kid ourselves.  The Jets are not a good team.

No...this was a must win.......we had to win a road game to get to 8-8..

It isn't gong to be at Oakland..

 

we had to have this and we played like it.....6 days before the showdown this is exactly what I wanted to see but never thought I would

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