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Jets-Titans: Second Half

Posted by Randy Lange on November 23, 2008 – 2:56 pm

The Jets get the kickoff and start another methodical march that is beautiful to watch — if you’re a Green & White wearer. The blue-clad Titans fans, on the other hand, are sitting on their hands a little bit, being unused to trailing at home. It’s happened only once before this season, when Indianapolis opened a 14-6 third-quarter lead here, only to lose 31-21.

It’s another Brett Favre drive and another Dustin Keller drive. Keller converts a third-and-2 and also moves the chains by drawing two penalties, an interference and an illegal contact. Favre can’t hook up with Laveranues Coles on a third-and-7 slant from the Tennessee 12, but Jay Feely comes on to convert from 30 yards and the Jets open their lead to 13-3.

Then on the Titans’ first play after the ensuing kickoff, rookie RB Chris Johnson gets past the first level for an 11-yard gain — only to have the ball pried from his grip by S Abram Elam, with Bryan Thomas falling on the loose ball. Just before the Jets get off their first snap on offense, coach Jeff Fisher throws his red replay challenge flag on the field.

Referee Carl Cheffers reviews and states, "The ball is clearly out before the runner’s knee touches." Another Jets victory, as Tennessee loses a timeout for the failed challenge.

The Green marches on, to second-and-2 and then third-and-inches. Thomas Jones doesn’t pick it up the first time, does the second with a nice in-cut and second effort. First-and-goal at the 7. Then Leon Washington to the 1, then TJ on a yard loss. A touchdown would be nice here but can the visitors punch it in against this tough, proud Titans front?

As Marv Albert would say, yes.

Favre fakes left, then drifts back looking for something, something … there it is. No. 87, Laveranues Coles, has a step on CB Chris Carr and two other Titans defenders in the back of the end zone. Favre slings, Coles catches the bullet, he’s knocked over the end line … and the call is touchdown.

With 3:02 left the Jets have upped their advantage to 20-3. It is the largest deficit the 10-0 Titans have faced all season. What’s equally amazing: The Jets’ time of possession margin is now 31:13-10:45.

Fourth Quarter

The Titans get back on the board but the Jets make it difficult, with the defense applying some pressure on Kerry Collins. The former Giants and Panthers QB hadn’t been sacked until Calvin Pace comes around the corner while the Jets DBs are covering well and swats the ball out of KC’s hand.

But the Titans recover and the 7 yards lost does nothing to Rob Bironas, who comes on and calmly, accurately insteps a 49-yard field goal through. There’s 12:50 to play and the Jets’ lead is down to 20-6.

That’s only two TDs … check that, make it three TDs. Leon has done it again.

Washington gets the handoff at the Jets 39, approaches the line, then bursts off the right side behind a pull block by Alan Faneca and a kickout by Chris Baker, and he’s off to the races. Only Titans S Chris Hope has a shot at him at the 15, but Hope tackles high, Washington shrugs him off, and eases across the goal line for a mind-blowing 61-yard TD run. Feely’s PAT makes it 27-6, Jets, with 11:07 to play.

The Titans won’t quit. They hit a big pass play, a leaping 37-yarder to Justin Gage against Darrelle Revis, and move to first-and-goal, from where Collins hits fullback Ahmard Hall, Bryan Thomas in coverage, for the hosts’ first TD of the day. It’s back to two TDs, Jets, 27-13, with 9:43 to go.

The Jets now are trying to run down the clock. The Titans almost force a punt from the Jets 39 — except that Chris Carr is called for pass interference on Laveranues Coles on the incompletion. The fans are as worked up about that first-down call as anything today, but Carr definitely grabs Coles around the waist as LC makes his break.

Then Jones rips off a 19-yard run up the middle to give him a hard-earned 91 for the day. The fans continue to boo but it’s not going to stop the Jets’ great victory and the Titans’ first loss of the season. There’s four minutes left.

And Carr gets beat down the sideline by Coles, grabs him briefly by the pads and gets flagged again. The Titans fans are howling and chanting, although I’m not sure about what. Maybe the pain of no longer being unbeaten.

From first-and-goal at the 6, Jones gets two runs, then Washington takes it the final 4 yards to drive a huge nail in the Tennessee coffin. It’s 34-13 now with 2:09 to go.

The Jets are now 8-3, the Titans 10-1. There is a case to be made that the Jets are the cream of the conference, although Pittsburgh may have an argument there. But I know one thing once I get into the visitors’ LP Field locker room: The Jets will be splitting time talking about the Titans and their next opponent, the Broncos at home, and letting everyone else do the looking ahead.

Eric Allen will have his game story up shortly and I’ll file my postgame Radar entry after the team flight gets back home tonight.

Jets-Titans: First Half

Jets Rule Supreme over Titans, 34-13

OL Never Let Titans or Fans Get ‘Ramped Up’

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82 Responses to “Jets-Titans: Second Half”

  1. By Jazz on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    Too early to get our hopes up yet early in the third, but it would be so sweet for the Titans undefeated run here and now. Send up that Dolphins champagne!

  2. By Dublin Jet Niall on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    Ladies and Germs………………..Elvis has just left the building-IN TEARS! Way to go Leon, what a performance by the whole staff(including coaches!!) Maybe, just maybe ,we’ll get a little love for Gang Green from the rest of the league. Chad having a blinder btw in a cracker vs the Pats,real see-saw job.

  3. By dcpackerfan on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    Did you mean to say green and white, not green and yellow wearer?
    Green and gold, of course, are the Pack colors.

  4. By ScottinAfghanistan on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    This year’s Jets are for real. Now we just have to play to win for the last 10 minutes, instead of letting them go down field repeatedly. Awesome run by Neon Leon. I just wish it wasn’t followed by a quick touchdown by the Titan. We don’t need to let this game get interesting. Go Jets, let’s eat the clock!

  5. By Patrick from PA on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    Leon is incredible. The D cant get too soft though we’ve this seen time and time again (Miami, KC, NE). They moved right down the field in only 1:24. Cant have that. Tighten up and finish strong! We can do this!!!!!!

  6. By Randy Lange on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    Oops, second-half brain freeze. Fixing now.

  7. By jak, 16 wk jet fan on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    great game jets, and the patriots are up by 13 at miami. [ed in tuscon ].

  8. By Drew on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    A complete wipeout of the best team in the AFC…It really was never close. The Titans will probably hang there hat on a questionable PI call late to make themselves feel like they didnt get smashed at home. Mangini and the Jets whip up Fisher and the Titans? Who would have thought?? LOL. I wonder what the haters will say this week? I am sure they will find something. Great win. Jets best in AFC?

  9. By Steve from Lindenhurst on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    I’ve seen alot of Good Jet Teams thru the years and I’ve been a Jet Fan for 35 years, but this team showed me something today. To go into Nashville and Beat an undefeated team on the road is one thing. But with a “Great” Quarterback at the helm of a Offense that can run the ball effectively, I’ve have never been this confident in them running the table before. I truly believe now, 13-3 is real!

  10. By Cecil from Maine on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    JETS WON. WOW. What a rushing D performance. Great. Randy what’s the deal with Jenkins? I don’t know about the seriousness of the injury as I was watching online.

  11. By Upstate Mike on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply


  12. By supercooljetfan on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    somebody’s O is gots to go!!!

  13. By Mike Jet Vet on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    Like I said all week our guys at the skill positions are better we will win if we coach a good game .. Hey Crew listen to this MANGINI & SCHOTTY G8 game plan kudos to the coaches .. Favre is without a doubt the greatest for sure .. leon TJ all the guys G8 game & G8 going….. Titan mike like I said your team hasn’t faced a team like the Jets were on our way

  14. By footballerlover on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    Way to go jets, you’ve beaten the Titans!!!! Congratulations Brett for breaking Dan Marino’s consecutive years of having 20 or more touchdown passes!

  15. By michael hofmann on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    they can do it i hear you all on the defense they havce been lookin week at times but they have been providing very well the past few weeks besides the point

  16. By Peyton, WI on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    Great game Jets… Possession, possession, possision (40 minutes). Great D, you guys had them running all over the field with no results. To all the receivers, not only catches but runs after where impressive. Running game, almost 200 yds, 409 total yards. As I said all week, Jets 31-17, but I’ll take 34-13. Close enough. Thanks again for a GREAT game. Go Jets, get it done!

  17. By CFU on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    I knew it I said it last week that the Jets would win this game and they did. After that NE win anything is possible. I wasn’t the only one who thought that a lot of you Jet fans felt the same way too and we were all right. Great win for Gang-green Mangini has regained my trust. Sure it had to take Buffalo,NE and now Tenn but I’m on the Mangini bandwagon. Enjoy this win Jet fans we deserve it.

  18. By CEDRIC on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    UMMMMMMMMMMM….I Love it, Congrats Jets, great game. I think we are for real. J-E-T-S Jets Jets Jets!!!!!!!!!!!!

  19. By CFU on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    What’s that? Mangini smiled pinch me I must be dreaming. LOL On a serious note I can’t say nothing negative from this game. The Jets dominated and kept the pressure on. DK.LW,TJ everyone played there role today. Everyone deserves an award today especially that LC catch for a TD. OMG what a catch. I’m so happy I could cry. Jets are for real and the NFL better take notice just ask BUF,NE and TENN.

  20. By CEDRIC on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    Oh yea…Elam? Told you guys about him. GoAhead LEON!!!!!!!!

  21. By Peyton, WI on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    Randy, Titans are 10-1, but we’ll give them thr\e Thanksgiving game against Detroit.

  22. By fljetfan on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    sorry i shortchanged you fellas i said 27-20Win but ill take 34-13,but let me say this peter king, key johnson, tom jackson, rich cimini (why?),it goes on an on all the naysayers HOW DO YOU LIKE US NOW? they’ll think of some excuse for tenn. they were do to lose or some lame reason. who cares?right jet fans. how SWEET IT IS! let em all hate jet fans this can be a magical year. JETSJETSJETS

  23. By NewJetsFan on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    WooHoo!! That was great, even though I had to watch it on play by play online. 8-3 Go Jets!!!

  24. By CEDRIC on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    Mangini is finally over 500. as a head coach 22-21. Great calls by shotty, for the 1st time i was at home not being able to predict the call before they do it. Really good call to T-rich for 14yds classic game.

  25. By always a fan on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    What a game! I am so proud of the Jets. Thank you for great football!

  26. By Robert on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    Congtats jets from Cheeseland! Wow! I really enjoy seeing Brett and the Jets playing great football. Hey Randy your Jets/Titans records are wrong towards the end of your column. You added a win to each!

  27. By jak, 16 wk jet fan on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    ED in tucson , BIG AL . well the easy part of my miami losing streak prediction is over now come the iffy games.ed i know you may be right about fish 3-3 .but im sticking with my 1-5.[im drinking] …anyway jets r looking pretty good, regardless.

  28. By Steve Bauer on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    Make that two (or three) brain freezes. The Jets are now 8-3 (not 9-3) and the Titans are now 10-1 (not 11-1)

  29. By sal on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    the best november in a loooong time, those long drives are back breakers, proud to be a fan

  30. By Wisc Jets Fan on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    Jets Fans, are you having fun yet?? Thank you Milw Channel 58 for letting us see the Jets in action today. Terrific game!!

  31. By ScottinAfghanistan on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    Randy – What? Were the Jets so good that you don’t find a need for interesting stats in you article?

  32. By sal on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    PS this game was for Howard Cross, Coach pecadio. and Brian Baldingle frm NFL network, all said Tenn was in a different class, Baldinger who schooled who,

  33. By Alex from CT on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    Randy I think you mean to say that the Jets are 8-3 and Titans are 10-1. Hopefully after next week against the broncos we’ll be 9-3 but we can’t jump the gun early, just have to take it one game at a time…

  34. By Anonymous on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    Awesome game! Great game plan, nice play calling both ways. The int taught them to stick to short passing game & let receivers get YACs. My game ball goes to Leon. E Man should get coach of wk. Special thanks to Titans’ receivers, their 5 drops really helped. Good progress on D but still have ways to go. Ball control by O was best part of our D today. It works! J! E! T! S! Jets! Jets! Jets!

  35. By michae hat on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    hey randy… after a painful couple year of writing for the jets dont you think its aout time for an AFC chamionsip?

  36. By wayne on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    Complete game; offense, defense, specials and COACHING. We find out if this is still the same old Jets next sunday…Do they cough this one up next week??? Stop it with the prevent defense will ya!!!!!!! Jets developing the ability to impose their will on other teams.Build on that. Congrats Jets!!!!

  37. By jonjets on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    Leon is the bizzo,go jets……………..green and gold Randy?……lol…….save the beer ’til AFTER the game…………….lololololol……..I’ll even buy………

  38. By BIG AL on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply


  39. By BIG AL on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    the true and real TITANS won today the NEWYORK TITANS defeated the 10-0 tennesee titans and i love my NEW YORK JETS. THE BAR WENT WILD AT ALLSTARS THE JETS FANS WERE LOUD AND PROUD

  40. By JP on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    The most complete game I have seen all season. – D was awesome, Offense kept moving the ball, and they barely touched the Prevent D! Lets keep it up…Go JETS!

  41. By jayndasun on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    GREAT Win I love it! Yon know I actually FELT we were going to win this game.. Jets fans typically HOPE we dont loose!

  42. By kimosabe on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    Excellent effort by everyone !! We…could…go…ALL THE WAY !!!

  43. By favrefan4ever on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    Congradulations to the Jets on their fantastic win over the Titans! Isn’t it wonderful to have a quarterback and an entire team that play fantastically great together. That use to be the case here in Green Bay until MR. Thompson and MR. McCarthy showed up! We miss you Brett and will cheer for you and the Jets. All the way to the Superbowl Baby!!!!!

  44. By mike on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    Excellent game plan, I was super pumped when darfted Keller, they said he was most underated player in the draft. He tore apart the NFL combine and and has WR skills at the TE postion. Hope to have a Gholston sighting in the future, I think I saw him on SP today maybe. Favre rules.

  45. By Carol from Wisconsin on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    HOLY SCHMOLEY YOU GUYS!!!!! Way to go Jets! You beat those dag gum Titans. I knew you had it in you. I was out hunting and did not watch the game but was THRILLED to find you had beat those Titans. Kudos to the entire team. Bring on the rest of the league…

  46. By Randy Lange on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    Hey Everyone,

    The record changes were made in RL’s blog. Thanks.

  47. By footballlover on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    Way to go JETS!!!! Awesome game! Congratulations to Brett on 2 more records: Consecutive games with 20 or more TD’s and # of wins in 32 different stadiums. Both pass Dan Marino!

  48. By Wisconsinite on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    As a Packer-hater here in Wisconsin, I’ve always enjoyed Favre AND the Jets (Go Joe Willie!). Finally I can root for him. I hope NY sees what I’ve been saying all season… The man is past his highlight-reel years, but he brings a winning attitude and confidence that is totally infectious. He’s learning the plays and the AFC better beware, because these Jets now believe in themselves!

  49. By PeteNYJ on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    40 minutes of our offense against 20 minutes for the Titans??? WHAT A HUGE WIN!! Its been a great, great month folks. Brett Favre and the Jets can beat ANYONE, they must get pumped up.

  50. By Randy Lange on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    Hey Everyone,

    The records were changed and should be updated on the site. Thanks.

  51. By ben on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    this is to all mangenius second-guessers “HOW DO YOU LIKE ME NOW?!?!?!?!?!

  52. By BIG AL on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    i dont know about you guys but thanksgiving will be so much better this year thanks to the Mr.Favre and our NYJ man i am stoked HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO ALL OF YOU and randy thank you for cleaning up my act!! i mean it Sir

  53. By Don on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    Finally a complete game, SIGN LEON TO A LONG TERM DEAL NOW….. i liked seeing VG on some plays given good presure to collins and how he collapsed that block to stock chris johnson GREAT GAME

  54. By Upstate Mike on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    Still a lot of football left. Hopefully they keep building on this progress and don’t get cocky. 1 game at a time boys. I haven’t been this excited about a jets team in years. But being a Jets fan, I know better than to get too excited. Theres still room for improvement, and if they do improve, LOOKOUT. Randy, does anyone know why we have to watch the Cowboys and Lions EVERY Thanksgiving?

  55. By troy in houston on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    In 30 yrs of being a die hard fan of this team iv’e never been PROUDER…………………

  56. By scjoe on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    WOW!!!!!! Is it great being a Jet fan right around now or what?? Beating the Patriots at their place one week, then coming back the next and taking apart one of the top teams in the NFL on the road. Bring on the Broncos!

  57. By Ed in Tucson on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    Oops. Did I forget to fill in the name box? I didn’t mean to post anonymous. I’m happy to put my name next to props for E Man & the entire Jets team. 13 & 3 looks doable now. Too bad about Oakland game, we could be 9 & 2 now! Question is, did we demolish Titan’s confidence? Will meek Lions beat the Titans on Turkey Day TV? With their help we can start to talk about HFA through playoffs. Go Jets!

  58. By Mike Jet Vet on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    Guess what fans not one 3 man rush or prevent in sight today … Finally coached a hard nose play to win defence… Proud of the coaches & players today, best game played in a long long time .. Like I said early in the week watched Collins his whole collegiate career he don’t play well under pressure& they don’t stack up to us GO JETS

  59. By Drew on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    Does Mangini have anything else to prove to the haters? He beat Buffalo, Miami, NE on the road and now Big Bad Tenn and whip the AFC elite….Also remember when everyone yelled about drafting Keller? This guy is a matchup nightmare. All he does is catch 1st downs…… B-Schott is off the the hot seat. Favre has been magic the last 2 games. Did I hear we might be the best in the AFC??

  60. By JetsSince3Y/O on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    I’m living in Framingham, MA, teaching high school, as a 1st Place Jets fan, having just knocked off the undefeated! I can’t wait to walk the halls tomorrow. Jets tie, or full Jets uniform?

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  62. By Mike Jet Vet on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    Have to say I think we should put some of the Titan players up for academy awards every time we started rolling on offence 1 of them layed on the carpet 2 slow the game up didn’t help them …. Dropped passes they had didn’t matter either no way they were winning this game ,, The best team won today plain & simple .. Hey crew I’m a man of my word we totally out played & out coached them

  63. By Jeremy on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    Wow, now the JETS are going to get some respect and the Fans & Media are going to keep jumping on the bandwagon! Gotta hand it to the game plan-I can’t believe I’m going to admit that Shotty called an excellent game and again Sutton too! Sutton continues to soften the D and allow the underneath for drives w/ a lead, but oh well! Jenkins is a Baller! Leon is a STUD! Excellent Victory!

  64. By RBnyj on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    probably one of the best jets games ive ever watched..couldnt pick out any flaws. veryy solid game on both sides of the ball..watch out folks the jets are for reallll!!!!

  65. By Randy Lange on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    Scott, this week I’m saving the charts for the postgame Radar, which will be live around 10-10:30 p.m.

  66. By Jeremy on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    Excellent game plan on both sides and near flawless execution! Favre had quick precise passes to everyone; Keller continues to be a huge playmaker. Drives just seemed to eat clock and always had 3rd & short and converted! Run D is amazing: Jenkins is a complete Beast. Under 50 yards is insane!!!!! Loved watching that game! Only complaint is D getting soft and allowing free TE and crossing routes!

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  69. By Dunnie on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    Awesome win ! Also .. I think I counted four plays for Gholston ! Ha.

  70. By Glen on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    This is what happens when the coaching staff and players study film, then put their heads together and hammer out a workable game plan – players and coaches all giving input from what they see and what they have to deal with on the field. The Jets kept a great team back on its heals wondering what was coming next. Brilliant. Just brilliant…

  71. By Ed in Tucson on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    Hey Jak, like Monk says, “I may be wrong, but I don’t think so.” Phins might lose 3 of remaining 5, depending on which 49ers team shows up but it doesn’t matter; if you stick a fork in them you’ll see they’re done. As 1 who preaches the gospel of ball control, I was really happy with the 40-20 time of possession differential. With that kind of control we can beat any team in the league. Go Jets!

  72. By Pat on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    Thank You Mr. Jenkins. You put the J in J-e-t-s . Thanks

  73. By RichieRich on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    I hope today was enough to get everyone to believe in this team! Stats from our 1st 5 games vs last 5 games (not incl. Tenn.).
    Avg Pts: Then(28.2) Now(29.6)
    3rd Down. Eff.: Then(40%) Now(47.8%)
    Avg Net Yds. Then (296) Now (376)
    Avg. Play Gain: Then(5.1) Now(5.7)
    Avg. Rush Play Then(3.7) Now(5.0)
    Time-o-Poss: Then(30) Now(34.8)
    Pts Allow: Then(26) Now(18.2)
    TD’s Allow: Then(3.2) Now(1.8)
    and on..

  74. By sal on Nov 23, 2008 | Reply

    game ball Mangold, Fanica, and Woody. This line is getting better every week, because of the veterans that were brought in, That could be said for the defence and coaches as well, Dont even think they wont get better

  75. By Jeremy on Nov 24, 2008 | Reply

    i live in the chicago area and so i’m the only Jets fan that i know..been a fan for about 20 years (since i was a kid..i think their colors first drew me). anyways, i dont believe i’ve really heard anything about wether Brett is planning on playing next year. did i miss something or has that issue not really been addressed yet…I’d love it if he gives us another year to compound on this succes

  76. By FavrefollowedmetoNY on Nov 24, 2008 | Reply

    One thing I’m really liking is allowing Favre to throw in the 3rd and 1, 3rd and 2 situations. So many time in Green Bay we ran in these situations and didn’t get it. Now it seems every time Favre finds the quick receiver and they make the catch. Would love to see the stats on that! Go Jets!!!!

  77. By Randy Lange on Nov 24, 2008 | Reply

    On crunch downs (third-and-1 and -2, fourth-and-1 and -2) in the last five games (beginning vs. KC), Brett Favre has completed 13 of 17 passes for 60 yards, all completions going for first downs, with two TDs and one INT.

  78. By Hogan on Nov 24, 2008 | Reply

    Thats the way it is done. Got a bit worried in start of third but coaches learned there lesson and pulled it together. Where are the sweet trash talking Titan fans now. They Got out coached and out physically played. Time for the League and “experts” to give JETS their well earned RESPECT. JETS BABY !!!!!!!!!!!!!

  79. By Row on Nov 24, 2008 | Reply

    That is precisely how your run with a lead Schotty. Great calls buddy. Wish we were playing Dallas on Thanksgiving again, cause we would stomp them into the ground!!! Go Jets. Any info on how to buy playoff tickets early?

  80. By Eric Mangini on Nov 24, 2008 | Reply

    See, i told you that we were going to win! But Randy, you didn’t believe me that i have the same name as the Head Coach of the New York Jets! Taht is why i am a Jets fan! Randy, do you think it will be a Jets, Giants Super Bowl?

  81. By FavrefollowedmetoNY on Nov 25, 2008 | Reply

    Thanks Randy!!! That’s my kind of crazy.

  82. By Randy Lange on Nov 25, 2008 | Reply

    OK, Eric, I believe you have the same first name as the head coach. But if you know anything about the coach, you know that I’m only focused on the Broncos this week. And a little turkey and stuffing.

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