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Jets-Texans: Pregame Tweets

Posted by Randy Lange on October 8, 2012 – 8:18 pm

Here are our pregame tweets for tonight’s Jets-Texans game at MetLife Stadium, in case you missed them on Twitter. Follow Bob Wischusen, Eric Allen and me for our tweets during the game on https://twitter.com/nyjets.

#RL Weather for Jets-Texans game at MetLife Stadium tonight not expected to be ideal: rain/showers, temps descending into 40s, little wind.

#RL The Jets lead the Texans all-time 5-0–only NFL opponent Jets have never lost to. They’ve outscored HOU 128-66.

#RL Jets gained 462 yards in ’09 season-opening 24-7 win @ HOU. That remains most ydg in a game in 58 games under HC Rex Ryan.

#RL NYJ QB Mark Sanchez in 2 starts vs HOU: 40-for-69, 587 yds, 4 TDs, 2 INTs, 93.1 rating, 2-0 record.

#RL NYJ HC Rex Ryan’s overall record: 34-24. Rex home record: 16-10. Ryan vs. HOU: 2-0.

#RL HOU QB Matt Schaub in 2 starts vs NYJ: 37-for-66, 420 yds, 1 TD, 1 INT, 74.1 rating, 0-2 record.

#RL HOU WR Andre Johnson in 5 games vs Jets: 28 recs, 361 yds, 12.9 avg, 1 TD. Played in MetLife only once, in ’10 vs NYJ: 4 recs, 32 yds.

#RL HOU RB Arian Foster has played Jets only once, in ’10: 22 carries, 84 yds, 3.8 avg, 2 TDs, 6 catches, 59 yds, 143 yds from scrimmage.

#RL Ref tonight: Scott Green. Jets 6-4 in all games, 5-1 @ home with Green as ref since ’04, incl 07 (PIT), 08 (ARZ) and 11 (JAX).

#RL Jets will honor WR Wesley Walker, DE Mark Gastineau as newest members of team’s Ring of Honor at halftime ceremonies tonight.

#RL Wesley Walker, #85, had 438 catches for 8,306 yds, 19.0 avg, 71 TDs in 13 seasons as Jets’ deep-threat WR.

#RL Walker’s signature game: 6 catches, career-high 194 yds, franchise-record 4 TDs in Jets’ 51-45 OT classic over MIA on 9.21.86.

#RL Mark Gastineau, #99, set NFL record with 22.0 sacks in 1984 that stood for 17 seasons, still holds Jets career record with 107.5 sacks.

#RL Gastineau holds Jets single-game record with 4 sacks, vs. BAL in ’83, at IND in ’84. Also had 4 sacks as Pro Bowl MVP after ’84 season.

#RL Ring of Honor Class of ’10: JNamath, DMaynard, WHill, WEwbank, JKlecko, CMartin. Class of ’11: LGrantham, GPhilbin, FMcNeil, AToon.

#RL Jets inactives: QB Greg McElroy, CB Darrelle Revis, FB John Conner, G Caleb Schlauderaff, TE Dustin Keller, WR Stephen Hill, NT Sione Pouha.

#RL DKeller (hamstring), SHill (hamstring) worked out hrs before KO, stretched, but were deactivated. Keller has missed 4 games, Hill 2 games.

#RL Jets who are active, could play in 1st game w/NYJ: RB Jonathan Grimes, CB Aaron Berry, RB Lex Hilliard, DT Damon Harrison, WR Jason Hill

#RL Jets are in green jerseys, white pants. 19th game in green/white u/ Rex Ryan since ’09. Overall record in g/w: 10-8. Home record: 8-6.

#RL HOU inactives: WR Lestar Jean, CB Roc Carmichael, CB Brandon Harris, S Quintin Demps, RB Ben Tate, T Andrew Gardner, G Brandon Brooks.


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5 Responses to “Jets-Texans: Pregame Tweets”

  1. By sal cottone on Oct 8, 2012 | Reply

    Here is my tweet, what happened to this Defense? looks like we could use a defensive guru here!

  2. By Jet Fan Since '64 Tom on Oct 8, 2012 | Reply

    Ground and pound and our defense against the run, our trademarks: At halftime, Foster has over three times as many yards (100) as the whole Jet team (31) and he’s averaging 11 yards a carry. And I suppose I don’t need to remind anyone, but I will anyway, that the interception that Sanchez threw right before the half, keeping almost certain points off the board for us and giving 3 more to the Texans, is THE EXACT SAME ONE HE’S BEEN THROWING FOR 4 YEARS IN THAT SITUATION!

  3. By Mike Jet Vet on Oct 8, 2012 | Reply

    I was for the first time in a long time, wasn’t blaming Sanchez but once again he throws bricks in the red zone. to low to high didn’t lead the slant tipped passed knocked down . this game was in our hands until Sanchez regressed back into his shell

  4. By JetBlue on Oct 9, 2012 | Reply

    This was a game that could have been won. Texans played somewhat conservatively, settling for field gola sinstead of going for it on 4th and short. Could have put the game away early if they went for the kill. Give the Jets credit, especially the D for playing hard the whole game. Sanchez hit some wide open WRs but missed too many. Still not seeing the field. Seemd to be better the few times he actually stepped up in the pocket but too many times he stood glued to one spot. If they could have eliminated the same stupid mistakes (poor clock management, poor sub execution, poor 3rd down defense, poor 3rd down conversion) they could have won. Both INTs are on MS, and came at cricial times. He needs to step up, not choke.

  5. By DJ on Oct 10, 2012 | Reply

    Honestly, the reason the Jets are doing horribly this year is due to overratted Rex Ryan and his foolish tactics on defense. Even if you want to point the blame at Mark Sanchez (rightfully so) we know Mark is Mark. He’s been a non-effective QB for the past four years! He’s only as good as a back-up, not a starter, so for all of us to know this, but the coaches don’t, means, we need a new coach! I’m sick of the DAMN blitzes at the wrong time and the hard-headedness to keep Sanchez in the starting line-up. Tebow is DEFINITELY not the answer, but what happened to Greg Mcelroy? We didn’t presue Peyton Manning, but picked up Tebow? That had to be the DUMBEST move I’ve EVER seen in the NFL. Mike T needs to be fired as well!

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