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Jets-Cardinals: Pregame Tweets

Posted by Randy Lange on December 2, 2012 – 12:32 pm

Here are today’s pregame tweets for the Jets-Cardinals game 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

#RL Foggy day in East Rutherford town for Jets-Cards at MetLife Stadium. Forecast for game: partly cloudy, temps low 50s, light wind.

#RL Jets, Cards have played 7 times previously. Jets lead series 5-2, winning last 5 games (78, 96, 99, 04, 08) by average score of 27-15.

#RL Jets set franchise single-quarter record with 34 pts in 2nd qtr vs ARZ in 2008. Jets K that day: Jay Feely, who’s now Cards’ kicker.

#RL Protect the ball: Mark Sanchez in 35 career wins has turned ball over 24 times (0.7/gm), in 29 losses has 58 turnovers (2.0/gm).

#RL Jets RB Shonn Greene in last 6 games has averaged 4.4 yards per carry. Greene leads Jets this yr with 33 1st downs, 11 3rd-down convs.

#RL ARZ WR Larry Fitzgerald, who had 8 catches for 122 yds in 08 game vs Jets, leads Cards with 55 catches (for 627 yds, 4 TDs) this yr.

#RL ARZ QBs (Kevin Kolb, John Skelton, rookie Ryan Lindley starting today) have been sacked 46 times, most of any team in NFL thru 12 wks.

#RL Walt Anderson is today’s referee. This is Anderson’s 11th NYJ game as ref since ’03. He worked MIA home game 5 wks ago.

#RL Thom Brennaman, Brian Billick calling game for FOX. Billick, Rex Ryan’s boss 99-07 @ BAL, is working his 2nd Jets game as network analyst.

#RL NYJ inactives: QB Tim Tebow, WR Clyde Gates, CB Aaron Berry, LB Ricky Sapp, DL Damon Harrison, G Caleb Schlauderaff, TE Hayden Smith.

#RL With Tebow deactivated, Greg McElroy is active for today’s game for the first time in his NFL career.

#RL ARZ inactives: QB Kevin Kolb, WR Andre Roberts, RB Alfonso Smith, G Senio Kelemete, T Pat McQuistan, TE Todd Heap, DE Calais Campbell.

#RL Jets wearing green jerseys, white pants today. 22nd time Jets are green/white under Rex Ryan (11-10 since 09), 6th time this yr (2-3).

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4 Responses to “Jets-Cardinals: Pregame Tweets”

  1. By GaryC on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    I for one do not believe the jets are playoff contenders and that is why McElroy needs to play the rest of this year to see if he can be a starter if possible next year,Do not believe this theory that his arm is to weak to make the throws,The Drew Brees template tells me otherwise,Brees not having a cannon himself.give me a Rhodes scholar candidate who can decipher a defense over a quarterback who throws the ball thru a brick wall.Also a guy who wins a national title means the stage isn’t to big for him to succeed.Quarterbacking at Alabama is more pressure then quarterbacking the jets,if you know college football.Rex for once make a decisive decision quick and let him get the reps this week,you have nothing to lose except maybe another game

  2. By By Jet Fan Since 1964 Frank on Dec 2, 2012 | Reply

    MS was horrible as usual. Until they put McElroy in he then led the Jets to their only points of the day McElroy then impressived me with a ten point drive he completed 5 of 7 passes for 29 yards. GaryC I agree with you on the strength of a QB’s arm. I also feel they should leave him in for the remainder of the season and let him get the expierence he will need for next year. I liked the way he played for Alabama. The defense played excellent today and for some reason in the 4th quarter the running came to life with McElroy as QB which was a bif factor also. I had to laugh the way McElroy was running all over the field to get his first TD ball. I hope REX will give this kid a start next week so he can finally be evealuated….

  3. By Jet Fan Since '64 Tom Vindicated Slightly on Dec 3, 2012 | Reply

    Pretty prescient on your part, GaryC, if not downright psychic! Even I doubted whether Skelton and Mc would come in for the 2nd half (in a post that it looks like Randy isn’t going to print). I particularly like your points about Mc’s smarts, the Brees comparison (though even Rex admits that Mc’s working on his arm strength, and I disagree about Brees’ arm, which is cannon-like enough and crazy accurate), and his winning a national title. Indeed, I like just about everything about Mc that this team has been ignoring since about an hour after we drafted him.

  4. By ron alexander on Dec 3, 2012 | Reply

    GARY C, well said! I think you make great points here today.Brian Billick,formerly the Ravens H.C spoke about Mc working hard during the offseason to improve his arm strength. I dont think he’s any threat to R.G 3 in terms of arm strength but his arm looked more than adaquate to me. Not only did he put good zip on a couple of throws but they were on time & most importantly on the money!Sanchez on the other hand broke a cardinal rule “never throw late over the middle” on his first two int’ Rhoades. In his defence the 3rd int was an unbelievable play by Peterson & a not so great play by Schilens who should have gone up stronger for the ball.

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