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Jets-Dolphins Pregame Tweets

Posted by Randy Lange on September 23, 2012 – 12:19 pm

If you’re not a Twitter follower, here are our pregame tweets on our nyjets Twitter page, under the hashtag:

Overcast day in South Florida for Jets-Dolphins. Thunderstorms in the area for 1 pm ET kickoff, temps in the 80s, heat index in the 90s.

Jets have lost 5 of last 7 to Dolphins, 2 of last 3 in Sun Life Stadium. Rex Ryan, facing Joe Philbin for 1st time as HCs, is 2-4 vs. MIA.

Jets QB Mark Sanchez career vs. Dolphins: 99-for-188, 1317 yds, 9 TDs, 4 INTs, 12 sacks, 82.2 passer rating, 2-4 record.

Jets have averaged 28.7 carries and 137.7 rushing yards, 4.8 per carry, in last 3 games at Miami.

Jets who used to play/coach for Dolphins: OC Tony Sparano, STC Mike Westhoff, OL coach Dave DeGuglielmo, S Yeremiah Bell, WR Clyde Gates.

(Also, Tim Tebow grew up in Jacksonville and played at Sun Life in high school and TE Dedrick Epps was drafted by Dolphins.)

Jets wearing green jerseys, white pants. They’re 9-7 in green/white under Rex Ryan, 1-2 on road, including last yr’s season finale at MIA.

Jets inactives: QB Greg McElroy, CB Donnie Fletcher, FB John Conner, DL Damon Harrison, G Caleb Schlauderaff, T Dennis Landolt, TE Dustin Keller.

MIA inactives: QB Pat Devlin, WR Marlon Moore, T Will Yeatman, T Ray Feinga, DT Tony McDaniel, TE Michael Egnew, WR Rishard Matthews.

Dolphins RB Reggie Bush in 2 career games vs. NYJ: 16 carries, 108 yards, 6.8 avg., 5 catches, 14 yards.

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23 Responses to “Jets-Dolphins Pregame Tweets”

  1. By scjoe on Sep 23, 2012 | Reply

    Well, it is only half time and you never know, but, if you wanted to choose some choice to describe the Jets QB play and the offense in general they would be, pathetic, lethargic, pedestrian, awful, non existent, etc. I could go on but I think everyone gets the picture

  2. By GaryC on Sep 23, 2012 | Reply

    this game only proves that the jets are not the most conditioned team in the league,they wilt whenever the heat and humidity are up and it was proved by the Dolphins running roughshod over them,come next week you better see coples,maybin and davis on fifty percent of the plays,these guys are the only hope for a pass rush,and isn’t it time we see Bush more and playing corner instead of Wilson,who still can’t cover.

  3. By GaryC on Sep 23, 2012 | Reply

    Rex laughing on the sideline showing his immaturity,because Philbin calls a bonehead timeout,only thing preventing the game continuing.try conditioning instead of sleeping rules.

  4. By By Jet Fan Since 1964 Frank on Sep 23, 2012 | Reply

    Jets got lucky on a time out call by Miami’s Coach to allow a second attempt at a field goal in over-time. Sanchez better start picking up the offenseor the 49’rs are going to win. We need to do better in the red zone…

  5. By Mike Jet Vet on Sep 24, 2012 | Reply

    Yes I know win is a win, Sanchez made a few good plays, more bad what’s really sad is how we won against a team lead by a rookie HC and QB, revamped offense. What happened to our Defense? no pressure no sacks ,yet Sanchez was harassed every step of the way, Kyle Wilson was touched all game, he alone was responsible for 10 Dolphins points…We could only generate 6 offensive points into the 4th Quarter 7 came on the Landry INT, We lose if Carpenter don’t miss that FG,..You know how bad things have become when your HC is on the sidelines getting ecstatic over FG’s Once Sanchez threw yet another INT, our down field game came to a crawl.San Fran lost guess who’s going to pay

  6. By scjoe on Sep 24, 2012 | Reply

    Gary, would you rather have Philbin not call that time out and have Rex look like Belichek after a loss? Want that confirmed? Go to the pats web site and listen to Belichek’s presser. It will make you appreciate Rex.

  7. By GaryC on Sep 24, 2012 | Reply

    Scjoe,you can do things in a classy way,you don’t have to be ignorant when it comes to some other teams goofs.You don’t see Coughlin laughing,he just tells his team to go get them.This is the jets leader,no wonder this team is so undisciplined.

  8. By Mike Jet Vet on Sep 24, 2012 | Reply

    Revis out for season, . like I said before the game, can’t depend on Revis win in this league injuries are part of the game , good teams find a way to win…what I do know is Wilson can not replace Revis . been saying it from day one. I believe Rex finally broke out the big wildcat flash it’s a joke, hope it’s over. so now we can put Tebow along side Wilso, Vlad, Sanchez, Believe a few Draft picks we already dropped before warming a bench. its going to be a long long season,

  9. By Mike Jet Vet on Sep 24, 2012 | Reply

    64 Frank…Jets got lucky Carpenter missed 2 FG’s not the time out called by Filbin. Folk made both one before and one after time out you’re kidding right.

  10. By Charliejet on Sep 24, 2012 | Reply

    One of the jets player said “now that revis is gone for the season, we have to step it up. “Step it up” – STEP IT UP? Are you kidding me? This team could not step it up before – so all of a sudden the team will step it up now. ANY fan who says that is in total denial. Rex was new and fresh but is now old and stagnant. Rex you should be lighting fire under this team. Parcells had no problem showing his anger and would literally tell the press how bad they played-when the tesm plsyed bsd. Not Rex. Oh no, not Rex “Sanchez did good”, “I’ll take it any way I can” “We took it away” blah, blah, blah. Call it the way it is Rex and do SOMETHING about it.

  11. By Charliejet on Sep 24, 2012 | Reply

    Oh yea, before I forget. Rex you were out coached by a rookie coach, outplayed by a rookie QB and your offensive coordinator who the dolphin’s head of was inept. Ryan you had everything going for you and you still were out-coached on every level. Yet you had the tenacity to laugh at the end of the game because of a botched time out call. Instead of being humbled, you go the other way and think that your team outlasted the Dolphins. How delusional. and Sparano thumping his chest like they won 50-0. What low standards you have for your own team. The good ones Lombardi, Parcells, Walsh, Shula etc. would light a fire under the team after such a farce…. you had me fooled Rex, you had me fooled.

  12. By scjoe on Sep 24, 2012 | Reply

    I hear ya Gary, I was just trying to make a point about Billychek and his press conferences after a loss.

  13. By scjoe on Sep 24, 2012 | Reply

    Charliejet, I feel your pain bro, the real fact of the matter is they were a middle of the road team before DR went down for the season. Where are they now? The scheme on defense will almost certainly have to change now, problem is, does he have the personnel to make those needed changes?

  14. By joe on Sep 24, 2012 | Reply


  15. By joe on Sep 24, 2012 | Reply

    Untill WOODY cleans house and gets a regime in here that can DRAFT GREAT PLAYERS NOTHING IS GOING TO CHANGE It all starts with the QB and ANY PERSON THAT THINKS SANCHEZ IS CAPABLE OF PRODUCING A SUPER BOWL VICTORY is slightly MISGUIDED(lol when 4 year 60plus game veteran is producing consistant 60ish qb ratings and being outplayed by ALMOST EVERY ROOKIE QB IN THE NFL it might be time to move on )LOL if we could only play a rookie qb on one of the NFLS WORST TEAMS and have that teams kicker MISS 2 MAKEABLE FIELD GOALS EVERY WEEK WE COULD WIN IT ALL .Guys check out ARTIE LANGES COMMENTS on the JETS DURING THE NFL Networks most SNAKEBIT FRANCHISES SHOW.Its the SAME YEAR IN YEAR OUT SINCE 1969 .

  16. By joe on Sep 24, 2012 | Reply

    I know what we can do to overcome REVIS injury .Since Tony Sparano is doing such a GREAT JOB into coaching MARK SANCHEZ into becoming an ELITE QB We can have REX coach KYLE Wilson into becoming an ELITE CORNER

  17. By Mike Jet Vet on Sep 24, 2012 | Reply

    I agree with you Charley Jet. Rex should be kicking tables over getting in everyone faces including assistant coaches.Telling them for what you guys , better start playing for the millions they get paid or be gone. will be you getting fired Rex while the same players are still stinking up the field… You weren’t hired to make friends you were hired to coach, I don’t want to hear about how they’re adults and shouldn’t be treated that way, it’s us Fans who shouldn’t be treated that way. if it weren’t for the fans they would be pounding pavement like everyone else.. This is getting so redundant like groundhogs day same crap over and over > we lose if Carpenter hits either FG missed this was a lose in my eyes

  18. By scjoe on Sep 24, 2012 | Reply

    JetBlue, actually, you nailed it about Wilson neglecting to turn to look for the ball just about every deep pass play, not to mention the intermediate. Mark my word right now, opposing offenses and opposing OCs see that as well as we do and they WILL take advantage of it going forward. I think it is must they explore trade options to bring in another CB, one that can assume the #2 roll behind Cro, because as of right now there is none on the roster.

  19. By Jet Fan Since '64 Tom on Sep 25, 2012 | Reply

    Jet Blue, Sanchez is playing like a back-up and that’s what he’ll be next yr if the Revis injury causes us to go 4-12. Charliejet, while I appreciate your listing all of the nonsense that Rex put on display in and after this game, why did you think he had any class at any moment after he gave the finger to a fan in the runway? And scjoe, I’m sick of people making fun of Brady’s wife and Belichek’s post-game press conferences when those guys are winners and are in it every yr and we’ve been in it a handful of times in 40 yrs. If Revis’s injury leads up to trade him and fire Mr T and Rex, I say thanks, Darrelle, for taking one for the team so that we can get on to the business of building a real team with people who know how to do it.

  20. By Mike Jet Vet on Sep 25, 2012 | Reply

    I had enough of watching this garbage we put on the field week in and week out.. does Rex and Tony S need a building to fall on them to realize Wilson is less then mediocre at best,and can’t get the job done he’s been here long enough, he’s watched Revis play long enough, if he doesn’t get it or have the talent by now he never will, , I’ve been saying it since his second game why waste any more time also have said about Sanchez straight out of college , yet we’re still watching him spit the bit every week.. all our draft picks with the exception of Revis who is done for the season and Keller hurt are a joke, they’re backups with no talent,,this needs to end it’s just not acceptable any longer

  21. By scjoe on Sep 25, 2012 | Reply

    64, I could care less if Billychek wins the SB every year of his existence. GaryC made a comment about Rex and how ungracious he was after that botched time out by Philbin, I simply referred him to billycheks post game presser after the loss to the Ravens (which by the way is exactly the same after every loss) and suggested that if he wanted to see “ungracious” view billycheks presser. I call them as I see them 64, no matter what the circumstances or who gets sick of my comments.

  22. By Jet Fan Since '64 Tom on Sep 25, 2012 | Reply

    Great to hear your voice of sanity loud and clear, MJV. It just takes some people a lot of bad games, and bad seasons, to wake up to the realities of what’s a really badly-coached team and a bad organization.

  23. By joe on Sep 25, 2012 | Reply

    Mike Jet ALL IS NOT LOST Rex is going to coach KYLW WILSON into becoming REVIS in the same manner SPARANO is coaching Sanchez INTO BECOMING AN ELITE QB

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