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Jets-Dolphins: First-Half Tweets

Posted by Randy Lange on October 28, 2012 – 2:45 pm

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

#RL Dan Carpenter FG from 33 yds gives MIA early 3-0 lead. Carpenter now 16-for-18 in career FG tries vs the Jets.

#RL Dan Carpenter FG from 33 yds gives MIA early 3-0 lead. Carpenter now 16-for-18 in career FG tries vs the Jets.

#RL Former Jet Jason Trusnik recovers Dan Carpenter onside kick. First opponents’ onside KO recovery since Matt Prater @ DEN in ’10.

#RL Robert Malone rocks 59-yd punt, marking 8th straight game he’s had at least one 50-yd punt in a game.

#RL QB Ryan Tannehill has left quad injury, his return to this game is questionable. Matt Moore is in at QB for MIA.

#RL Jimmy Wilson blocks Robert Malone’s punt, Olivier Vernon catches it in mid-hop in the end zone for TD and 10-0 MIA lead…

#RL Daniel Thomas 3-yd TD run, PAT makes it 17-0 MIA, 14:08 left 1st half. Largest MIA lead over NYJ since 21-3 in 2nd qtr in 2003.

#RL Joe McKnight has an ankle injury. His return to this game is questionable.

#RL Correction on opponents’ blocked-punt-return TD: Last by Jets opponent was Albert Lewis of KC in 1986 playoff game.

#RL Dolphins lead 20-0. Jets have overcome 20-pt 2Q deficits only twice in their history: 1978 at DEN, 2000 vs MIA (Monday Night Miracle),

#RL Nick Folk from 35 yds out, kick is blocked. Last FG block by opponent: Yeremiah Bell as a Dolphin on Folk at MIA in 2010.

#RL Folk’s 11-for-11 FG streak is over. Still ties franchise record for most consec FGs from start of a season that Folk set last season.


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40 Responses to “Jets-Dolphins: First-Half Tweets”

  1. By jake on Oct 28, 2012 | Reply

    This is a joke. Did the Jets forget to take the field?

  2. By denis avagliano on Oct 28, 2012 | Reply

    Please send me where to send a communication to the General Manager, Tannenbaum and owner, Woody Johnson. The Jets team is a total disgrace and as a ticketholder, we desserve a much better team and coaching staff.

  3. By jake on Oct 28, 2012 | Reply

    heads need to roll after this game. major changes need to happen. The crappy thing is I just bought tickets to the Jets/Seahawks game here in the Pacific Northwest. Looks like I’ll be seeing a bust of a game. Sweet!

  4. By kk on Oct 28, 2012 | Reply

    Again a team not prepared, time for many changes starting from the top. I love Rex but he just doesn’t get them ready on a consistent basis, Sanchez has to go, he’s a back up at best. One week on three weeks off not good enough especially with the money they wasted on him. Where to go from here? Not sure but a total revamping is in order starting with the GM, Coach, QB, then go from there. This is just brutal to watch and they are KILLIN’ Me!!!!!!
    We should count our blessings that we don’t have to watch this train wreck next week. Get ready for the excuses after the game. Oh we have to work harder, oh we have to look at the film and correct our mistakes, oh we have to play better. Enough time for changes!!!!!!!

  5. By Joe on Oct 28, 2012 | Reply

    ALL OFFSEASON i warned the JET DREAMERS LIVING IN AFANTASYLAND OF SB VICTORYS to come that this season WAS GOING TO BE BAD .Its now official THE TRAIN WRECK IS UPON US. Ron A ,Coach Danny i also told you guys that CHANGING A CORD OR COACH AT THE NFL LEVEL DOES ABSOLUTELY POSITIVELY NOTHING BECAUSE NO COACHING STAFF KNOWS MORE Xand Os than another AT THIS LEVEL .Player talent (ESP AT QB )WINS HERE BOYS .Hows coach SPARANO WORKING OUT FOR YOU GUYS 3-5 thats how

  6. By Joe on Oct 28, 2012 | Reply

    CONT With possibly THE WORST OFFENCE IN THE NFL

  7. By Joe on Oct 28, 2012 | Reply

    GOODBYE REX IDLE PROMISES SUPER BOWL GUARANTEES AND ALL

  8. By Joe on Oct 28, 2012 | Reply

    Rex SINCE THIS IS YOUR BEST TEAM YET CAN START WITH THE SUPER BOWL RESERVATIONS .Play like a Jet. I didnt come here to kiss Bellichicks Rings .I guarantee you the NY JETS WILL WIN THE SUPER BOWL .This aint the SAME OLD JETS .

  9. By Charliejet on Oct 28, 2012 | Reply

    I am just so beside myself – there are no words. Frustration?, anger?, disappointment? I am beyond those, because even those feeling show some kind of care for this team and organization instead, nothing, just nothing. I stuck by Mark Sanchez as best I could and there is a small part of me that knows it is NOT ALL him and let’s be real it is not. Yet, he can’t even throw a screen pass (some of the Miami defensive linemen were laughing and smirking at Sanchez) at one point. Pitiful, absolutely pitiful. It is very obvious this team was not prepared one bit. We don’t know what goes on behind doors, but I am willing to bet Ryan kept telling these jets, how well they did against New England last week, and they came into this game so unprepared.

  10. By Joe on Oct 28, 2012 | Reply

    Untill we get a new regime in here THAT MAKE ITS DRAFT PICKS COUNT (ESP DRAFT AN ELITE QB )FORGET ABOUT IT .The reason we occupy a PERMANENT LIST OF THE MOST FUTILE NFL ORGANIZATIONS IS VERY, VERY, VERY SIMPLE =OUR PLAYERS ARE NOT GOOD ENOUGH .Rex can change LINE UPS ,CORDINATERS, ECT ECT and it AINT GOING TO DO A THING AS THE OVERALL TALENT ON THIS TEAM IS BOTTOM THIRD OF THE NFL (ESP AT QB THE MOST IMPORT POSITION IN THE SPORT)and the record reflects this Boys you cant make chicken salad out of um CHICKEN FEATHERS

  11. By Joe on Oct 28, 2012 | Reply

    Looking at ANOTHER DEBACLE IN SEATTLE 2 WEEKS FROM NOW Seattle lost today that combined with the PLAYING THERE FOR east coast teams is a COMPLETE NIGHTMARE HAS US At 3-6. LETS LOOK AT THE BRIGHT SIDE realistically (thanks to DAN CARPENTER after the first MIAMI GAME WERE AR 2-5 RIGHT NOW )

  12. By Joe on Oct 28, 2012 | Reply

    PS you GUYS GOT TO HEAR THIS I live in Monmouth Beach NJ After 4 pm today (DUE TO THE STATE OF EMERGENCY )no one can get into the town .My poor neighbor (SEASON JET TICKETS )cant even COME HOME BECAUSE HE WENT TO THE GAME The futility OF THE JETS IS NOW EXTENDING TO THEIR LOYAL FANS

  13. By tom blackmon on Oct 28, 2012 | Reply

    In what universe are Rex and Mark. At the post game news conference they must have been talking about another team.Maybe, Tebow is not the answer, but at least if they let him play we will know for sure. I think it’s Rex’s ego that’s keeping Tim on the bench. Get over it Rex, it’s not you, it’s the team that counts and you’re not thinking about them. And if it’s not your ego, then why wasn’t Tim given a chance in the fouth quater against the niners and today when both games were already lost. You guys need to thank God I’m not the owner because you both would be collecting unemployment benefits

  14. By kk on Oct 28, 2012 | Reply

    Where’s Browning Nagle when we need him???? Sorry Mark ypu lost Eva and now you finally lost us. Time to pack up and head back to Cali. We’ve had enough of this nonsense.

  15. By Raymond Carey on Oct 28, 2012 | Reply

    Sanchez threw for an average pass of 5.24 yards. Yet he only completed 28 out of 54. He barely throws a completion 50% of the time and then he averages 5.24 yards. Shonn Greene averaged 5.1 yards per carry. Sanchez passing is just about the same as Greene’s running. Time to face facts Sanchez is not and never will be an elite quarterback. He specializes in the 5 yard dink pass and only gets half of these complete. Then his press conference was unbelievable. “We moved the ball well in the 2nd half”. Yeah when they were giving you the 5 yard passes because you were so far behind. I can’t take it. Give me Mcelroy or even Tebow but get that pretty boy overpaid backup off this team or I’m taking up rooting for cricket!

  16. By john sciandra on Oct 28, 2012 | Reply

    scared to print wat i think,sanchez a backup at best,ryan scared to make changes because he might lose his job.An offense run, run, pass.sanchez holding on to the ball like its his baby.Rex ryan giving the oppenent to much credit,bla bla bla.give me a break.time to put tebow or mcelroy in and see what they got.The season just slipped away with that loss. Being a season ticket holder,im slippin away.

  17. By Jet Fan Since '64 Tom on Oct 28, 2012 | Reply

    Not preparing his team for key games, Charliejet, whether they’re vs good teams or whether they’re trap games, is one of Rex’s most defining characteristics. For anyone to see this guy, who also has no eye for young talent and little eye for how to develop it, is a great HC is truly a joke.

  18. By ELI RODRIGUEZ on Oct 28, 2012 | Reply

    WHAT I FIND HARD TO BELIEVE IS THAT WOODY JOHNSON BEING A DIE HARD REPUBLICAN ACCEPTS ALL THIS EXCUSES AND SUB-PAR PERFORMANCE BY HIS EMPLOYEE. ( I SAY THIS BECAUSE REPUBLICAN DON’T OFTEN MAKE EXCUSES) SO I HOPE HE HAS A PLAN CAUSE NO ONE ELSE SEEMS TO HAVE A CLUE. I WON’T COMMENT ON THE GAME…. WHAT FOR!
    WOODY………………….RUSS BALL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! FOR GM!

  19. By 10and6jets on Oct 28, 2012 | Reply

    I would be interested to hear some responses to this post: Watch the preseason highlights from 2012, comparing Tebow to Mark. My observations: Pocket breaks down 3rd and long-Tim shows great awareness, escapes the rush, makes a couple brilliant runs for 1st downs, crowd is pumped, and he is inspired. Mark looks lost, holds the ball, and gets sacked forcing 4th and long, defense gets momentum and JETS peel Mark off the ground looking discouraged. On screen passes: Tim throws a perfect screen to McKnight showing touch and picks up a first. Mark holds on to the ball too long, locks on to P. Turner, misses Powell who would have picked up a first on 3rd and long with a screen pass, and gets sacked…you know the rest.

  20. By 10and6jets on Oct 29, 2012 | Reply

    Mark and tim effectively have the same weaknesses: They both hold the ball too long, take too many sacks, as a result, lock onto their first read, are inaccurate, low comp. %. Similar strengths: Street-ball mentality (excel when plays break down), excel in high-pressure (4th qtr) situations, proven winners. The difference: Mark’s short/fragile, Tim’s big/strong. Mark struggles on 3rd and short, Tim excels, picking up several critical 3rd downs w/ his legs/game. Mark’s uninspired, feeds teammates discouraging energy, exhibits no leadership ability, Tim ignites the crowd, inspires the players around him, and creates positive team momentum. Mark makes critical dumb decisions every game. Tim has neg. plays, but rarely has critical TO’s.

  21. By 10and6jets on Oct 29, 2012 | Reply

    One last thing, watch the preseason highlight against Carolina. Tebow converts 3rd and 16 w/ brilliant run when receivers weren’t open. The JETS are down by 5 w/ 8:30 mins. in 4th. Sanchez playing most likely would have led to sack/fumble game over, INT, or incompletion. Listen to what Chris Colinsworth says: (Crowd roaring, Al Michales laughing amusingly) “This is what the guy does, and he does it to everybody, and it seems like he waits until the 4th quarter to do it. You know, he has beat so many teams in the 4th quarter of ball games with crazy plays. He beat the JETS last year by getting to the outside and running in for a TD after their offense had done nothing!”

  22. By 10and6jets on Oct 29, 2012 | Reply

    Here’s the truth: Tebow is not performing miracles. It’s more practical a strategy than that. He outworks everyone, which is what Curtis Martin attributed all his success to during his HOF speech saying, “I just outworked everyone.” Tebow doesn’t “wait” until the 4th quarter, he tires an entire defense for 3 quarters until they are completely deflated by the 4th. Pass rushers are winded, DB’s fall off of the receivers, Tim stays calm and collected in the pocket and shows no fear when the play breaks down, then he takes advantage with his legs and his arm. Each week yields these results and the team, O/D/ST, starts to believe. This is the Shonn Greene philosophy. and those two would make a fierce team trying to stop. Time for a change…

  23. By scjoe on Oct 29, 2012 | Reply

    Charliejet, I think the best way to express it is “Sanchez is NOT a part of the solution, that makes him part of the problem, a big part” His inaccuracy is just beyond words. You can’t blame that on the o line, the WRs, the TEs the OC, or the backs. It is all on Mark Sanchez. A change needs to be made and it needs to be made now. How Rex can make a statement like “Mark will remain our starter, because he gives us the best chance to win,” at his presser is beyond me.Remember Herm saving his job by switching to Chad? Think about that Rex.

  24. By Jet Fan Since '64 Tom on Oct 29, 2012 | Reply

    10and6, what you say about Sanchez and Tebow having similar weaknesses is the main reason I thought the Jets getting TT was nuts. What you say about TT showing better leadership skills than MS is why I say if you’re not going to make a serious attempt to groom him to replace MS next yr, get rid of him ASAP. Raymond Carey, it’s actually much worse than you say about Sanchez because while the game was a game, MS’s stats were even more mediocre. He only got his completion % and total yardage up starting when it was 27-3 because MIA was letting him do anything, knowing we weren’t going to come back to win.

  25. By SCfromNY on Oct 29, 2012 | Reply

    Well all my fears came to light and to paraphrase Denny Greene. “We are what we feared we were”. I am tired of all the same excuses. We need changes. Of course they had a great week of practice they play themselves. Maybe they could get a HS team to scrimage for some competition. Now Tebow is even useless as a punt protecter. Spend 100% of time making him a RB or TE or trade him. And please stop his news conferences it was bad enough when there was some hope, now nothing. As I said Sanchez is turning into Jeff George without the great arm. He will NEVER be a leader or great QB he just can’t play the position. Hoping for changes this Tuesday and the next Tuesday. Spicer seems to be taking longer to find a Sanchez positive.

  26. By Viveca on Oct 29, 2012 | Reply

    We’re stuck with Sanchez for this year. To insert Tebow is just foolish. He has even more shortcomings than Mark. The mistakes the Jets has made over the years would be almost laughable if it wasn’t so sad. The Soprano experiment is one of them. I didn’t think anybody could be worse than Schotty, but of course we found one who was. Draft picks wasted…great players bypassed, Ed Reed available and we picked B. Thomas, Gronkowski, Hernandez were there for the taking, Heath Miller another example…remember when we had a chance to take W. Sapp and picked up a mediocre T.E.? The list goes on and on.
    Why are we talking aboud ground and pound when we don’t have any decent rbs?

  27. By charliejet on Oct 29, 2012 | Reply

    scjoe – well put. That is another way of looking at the Sanchez situation – geez this is soooooooo frustrating.When Sanchez was drafted, my first instinct was too soon, too fast. But Sanchez thought he was good enough and 4 seasons later, several million dollars richer, I don’t feel sorry for this kid one bit, though I must say this organization set this kid up for failure on top of his limited college experience.
    scjoe – I hear what you say bro.

  28. By Jet Fan Since '64 Tom on Oct 29, 2012 | Reply

    Because Rex knows nothing about offense and lives in a dream world of childish enthusiasm, Viveca, which are only two of the reasons he’ll not only never be a great HC, he’ll never be a HC again once we get rid of him. I agree with all your other pts, depressing though they are. Look on the bright side, the fact that we’re not putting Tebow in shows we know he’s an even worse pure QB than Sanchez, which opens the door to McElroy vs a high draft choice next yr. At this pt the people who can’t see MS’s many flaws must be the same people who think we’re enjoying a robust recovery.

  29. By Joe on Oct 29, 2012 | Reply

    THINKING TEBOWS THE ANSWER IS A BIGGER JOKE THAN SANCHEZ HELLO John Elway (KNOWS A THING OR TWO ABOUT QUARTERBACKING GAVE HIM TO US) Elway didnt even want him as a backup to a 37 year old COMING OFF 2 NECK SURGERYS Elite QB win superbowls TO BELIEVE TEBOW HAS THAT ABILITY IS PURE FANTASY MANY on this site LIVE IN A FANTASYLAND OF SB VICTORYS TO COME AND IT AINT WORKED OUT TOO WELL FOR THEM

  30. By scjoe on Oct 29, 2012 | Reply

    Viveca, don’t forget Ken O Brien when Dan Marino was still on the board. Or Al Toon when Jerry Rice was still on the board. That is the Jets MO! Unfortunate, but true.

  31. By scjoe on Oct 29, 2012 | Reply

    10and6jets, for the life of me, after watching Mark Sanchez for 3+ seasons now, with him showing absolutely no sign of progress, taking in to account his inaccuracy, his terrible decision making, his total lack of pocket presence, his total lack of situational awearness, his lack of leadership and muturity, I can’t understand why the change to Tebow has not taken place already. That is by no means an endorsement for Tebow, it is more of a statement on Mark Sanchez.What is this FO thinking about? They have become the laughing stock of all sports franchises.

  32. By kleckofan on Oct 29, 2012 | Reply

    At the end of our last AFC Champ’ season I believed that players did want to come here to play, now it’s the exact opposite. They said FA avoided Miami over the last few yrs, we are now them. Not much sense in reiterating all the Sanchez shortcomings, what bothered me the most was the total lack of preparation for this game. My man Klecko on SCNY said he thinks Rex must’ve been telling our players how great they were in NE and “took his foot of the pedal” in terms of demanding results in practice. For the atmosphere of mediocrity to have spread to Westoff and our ST is alarming. Does anyone want to buy a signed Rex photo? How disappointing this has become, even in light of our history.

  33. By Stevesc on Oct 29, 2012 | Reply

    Scjoe, couldn’t have said it better. You’re right, Tebow is not the answer… Yesterday, Sanchez should have been benched, and Tebow allowed to play. Maybe a little spark would have lit a fire under this team. I knew the game was going to turn out this way as sure as the sun rises. I’ve tried to give Sanchez the benefit of the doubt, but I no longer can do so. You hit the nail on the head describing what he lacks as a qb. If Rex thinks he is the best option to win, then the Jets are not going very far. But, its not only Sanchez, it’s the whole team. They’re just plain lousy, period. Also, special teams lost the game yesterday regardless of how the offense played. The blocked punt for a td and the blocked fg made for a 10 pt swing

  34. By kleckofan on Oct 29, 2012 | Reply

    Ray Lucas used the word many of us have often used on here: “delusional” after Rex and Mark’s post game interviews. Klecko, Lucas and Schein were incredulous as to the lack of preparation for this game. Schein said “this falls on Rex” repaeatedly, and he’s right. This team must’ve been in much better shape when Mangini left than we realized; no way does Rex succeed otherwise.
    Not to get all new world meditative, but 10and6 is right when he says Mark brings “discouraging energy” to his teammates. I’ve been saying for a long time how much I despise the constant dragging feet and hunched shoulders. After four yrs mark still looks like a shell shocked boy playing against men. It sickened me to see McElroy inactive again CONT

  35. By Stevesc on Oct 29, 2012 | Reply

    which would have made it a much closer game at the time. And anyone who doesn’t think this team doesn’t miss Revis, needs to have his head examined.

  36. By kleckofan on Oct 29, 2012 | Reply

    CONT what the heck are we thinking? Play him or get rid of him, same for Tebow.
    If Mark gives us our best chance to win, then we have some horrible back ups.
    Jake- I’m in the NW as well, decided after the first Fins game not to get tix for Seattle, why drive 4 hrs and spend the $?
    Get Polian, get Gruden, get rid of most of what we have incl coaches
    Keep Brick, Slauson(bu), Mangold, Howard(bu) Hilliard Hill,Kerley McK,Keller, Cumberland(bu) McElroy MoWilk,Ellis(2 or them), Coples(2soon2tell), DeDavis, HarrisMcIntyre, Folk, Malone, Cro&Revis(trade1or both for right price) Landry
    Probably missed some ST guys that have heart.

  37. By Jet Fan Since '64 Tom on Oct 29, 2012 | Reply

    It’s not that we don’t need Revis, Stevesc, any team would. It’s that we’re not going to be serious playoff contenders while he’s in his prime, so we may as well deal him and start thinking of the better team that we’re going to field in 2-3 years…one with a new starting QB.

  38. By ron alexander on Oct 29, 2012 | Reply

    JOE, You posted twice today that I am one of the delusional fans here? Dude, get a clue! Just because I was not as negative & cynical as you were prior to the 1st pre-season game, please dont list me with Spicer,Karan & Danny in the “blind loyalty club!” I along with S.C.Joe,Tom64,JetBlue & others have been all over this organization concerning the product we have put on the field! Nobody here has been more critical of Tannenbaum than I have! I will grant you I was cool with giving M.S a fair chance to prove himself,but that ship has sailed! I am completely onboard with getting rid of the whole lot of them. Sanchez has not risen to the opportunity he was afforded.

  39. By ron alexander on Oct 29, 2012 | Reply

    S.C.Joe, great posts today! I especially loved your line about Kyle Wilson. After some of the klunkers Mark has had this year I thought it would be hard to beat the S.F game. Well, between the terriable interception,(not to mention 3 other passes he threw that were dropped by Dolphin defenders) plus the many passes that were overthrown,underthrown and behind the recievers, I truthfully dont know what to say? You guys know what I think about Tebow but I actually was hopeing he would get a shot in the 2nd half!

  40. By rjb86 on Oct 30, 2012 | Reply

    Great posts bout this game and about the sad condition of the new york jets. I have seen 8 championships from my favorite teams, the yankees, new jersey devils, and sadly the jets. Of course none coming from the jets. Someone mentioned earlier that this team is one of the most pathetic franchises in all of sports history and i have to agree 100% They certainly are the most depressing to watch week in and week out with their awful play. Im only 25 but seriously doubt i will ever see the jets win a title while im alive…

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