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  • MNF: Bears vs Redskins Game Thread
    by MacGregor Wells on September 23, 2019 at 11:50 pm

    Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images Monday Night Football, Week 3. In tonight’s game the Chicago Bears head east to take on the Washington Redskins in Washington, D.C. This is a showdown between two NFC teams with storied pasts, but each of which have disappointed thus far in 2019. The Bears are led by young quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, who has not yet lived up to his lofty draft status. Through the first two weeks of the 2019-20 NFL season, Mitchell Trubisky ranks 28th in passing yards (348), 27th in completion percentage (58.3) and 32nd in yards per attempt (4.83). Trubisky is one of only three starting quarterbacks with more than 50 passing attempts and zero touchdown passes. The Bears have scored just one offensive touchdown this season. The Redskins are led by journeyman quarterback Case Keenum. They have won seven straight and 13 of their last 15 games against the Bears. Washington hasn’t lost to Chicago in more than 15 years. Washington dropped to 0-2 with last week’s loss to Dallas. The Redskins have allowed 63 points through two games. That is second most in the NFL through two games. It’s the Bears and the Redskins in an NFC clash of former titans. Enjoy the game everybody.

  • What was the most important play of the Jets’ loss to the Patriots?
    by John B on September 23, 2019 at 6:45 pm

    Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports In a game so thoroughly dominated by one side it is difficult to pick out a singular play as particularly important. The Patriots controlled their Week 3 victory over the Jets from the opening kickoff. If I was to pick one play, I probably would choose Tom Brady’s 41 yard completion to Ryan Izzo on New England’s first drive. It was the biggest play of the first scoring drive in the rout. Additionally, it came on a third down play. The Jets defense had a chance to get off the field and force a punt on the game’s first series. Instead they busted a coverage, which turned into a big gain. Eventually the Pats cashed in for a touchdown. I doubt the Jets getting a stop there would have had much impact on the game’s outcome. With that said, it sent the Jets on their way to a terrible start in a blowout defeat. Which play do you think was most important in this game?

  • Jets Week 3 Anti-Game Ball: Everybody
    by John B on September 23, 2019 at 4:00 pm

    David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports The Jets lost again on Sunday, which means it is time to give out another anti-game ball. I think the total domination of this game by New England requires a special anti-game ball. This was not a game where there were one or two major culprits behind the Jets’ demise. The game was over early in the second quarter. The Jets were down by 20 points for over half the game. The points at which they were within one score were fleeting. The defense spotted New England that big lead by allowing three straight touchdowns at the start of the game. The offense never got going, averaging just over 2 yards per play and converting zero third downs all game. The gameplanning and playcalling? Forget about it. To quote the immortal Jim Mora, “Coaching did a horrible job. The players did a horrible job.” For that reason I’m giving my anti-game ball to everybody. Who gets yours?

  • Jets podcast: Disgrace in New England
    by John B on September 23, 2019 at 2:15 pm

    David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports The Jets fell to 0-3 on Sunday, falling to the Patriots 30-14 in Foxborough. A 16 point margin doesn’t exactly sound like a close game, but even then the score doesn’t do New England’s domination justice. The game was over by early in the second quarter as the Patriots jumped out to a 20-0 lead. New England scored touchdowns on its first three possessions. While the Pats offense eventually slowed down a bit, the Jets offense was stuck in reverse all day. It was one of the worst offensive performances in recent memory for a Jets team that has trotted out bottom tier offenses with regularity this decade. The Jets were undermanned in this game, but I thought it was a disgraceful performance. On today’s podcast I discuss the personnel and coaching issues that led to this brutal effort in Week 3. Thank you as always for tuning into the show.

  • New York Jets Flight Connections 9/23/19
    by Thomas Christopher on September 23, 2019 at 11:00 am

    Photo by Billie Weiss/Getty Images Bringing your daily links to the NFL’s New York Jets Good morning, GGN! I hope you’re all having a great start to the day. Shout out to Mr. Wells for holding down the fort over the weekend. The Jets played the Patriots yesterday, and lost. There’s really nothing else to say about that. I stopped watching when it was 20-0 in favor of the Pats, and was shocked to find out the offense didn’t score a TD, again. Fortunately for the fans, there’s a bye week this week so we can breathe a sigh of relief. Hopefully the team can get themselves focused and actually win some football games. With that, here are your links to start off your weekday. Brian Costello - Jets look lost in embarrassing Patriots 30-14 defeat Matt Stypulkoski - 5 most embarrassing parts of Jets’ predictably lifeless loss to Patriots Gary Phillips - Instant Analysis: Depleted Jets crash in Week 3 loss to Patriots Manish Mehta - Jets clearly outmatched by Patriots in predictable loss Rich Cimini - Jets' offense isn't just bad, it's historically bad in feeble loss Manish Mehta - Jets players reveal that Adam Gase and Gregg Williams were out-coached in blowout loss to Patriots Darryl Slater - Jets, blown out by Patriots, are a hot mess — but here’s how they can still salvage Adam Gase’s debut season SNY - Bent - Jets Takeaways from Sunday's 30-14 loss to Patriots Eric Allen - 3 Takeaways from Jets' 30-14 Loss to Patriots Tyler Calvaruso - Jets vs. Patriots: 4 takeaways from New York’s latest loss Sam Neumann - Secondary among studs and duds from Jets’ Week 3 loss to Patriots Brian Costello - Jets report card: The offense was worse than 'atrocious' Rich Cimini - Gase rips Jets' 'atrocious' offense after latest loss Randy Lange - Adam Gase Has Tough Words for Jets Offense After Loss to Patriots Colin Martin - Adam Gase after Jets' loss to Patriots: 'We didn't give ourselves a chance' Mark Cannizzaro - Adam Gase calls out Jets for failing Luke Falk Randy Lange - Luke Falk, After First Pro Start, Puts Jets' Loss on His Shoulders Garrett Stepien - Here's how Jets' Luke Falk fared in first career start Matt Stypulkoski - WATCH: Jets’ Le’Veon Bell diagnoses ailing offense Gary Phillips - Le’Veon Bell blasts Jets’ haters after falling to Patriots SNY - WATCH: Bart Scott says Le'Veon Bell 'isn't a selfish player' Ethan Greenberg - Jamal Adams: ‘It’s a New Season When We Get Back’ Mark Cannizzaro - Sam Darnold isn't enough to fix this Jets mess Darryl Slater - Stephon Gilmore trolls Jets’ Robby Anderson for holding penalty ‘excuse’ — after shutting him down in Patriots’ win: ‘Did I get a flag?’ Rich Cimini - Rex Ryan rips Jets for benching emotional leader Jamal Adams Damond Talbot - Jets are hoping to steal WR Vyncint Smith off the Texans PS TAPinto - New York Jets Le'Veon Bell Bags Groceries at the ShopRite of Union Here are your missed connections from yesterday. Here’s the thread about nothing, make sure to check it out! I hope you all have a safe and wonderful rest of the day!

 

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