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3rd-Qtr Highlight — Game 11 vs. SB Champs

Posted by Randy Lange on June 26, 2013 – 11:30 am

It’s time to kick off the third quarter. In other words, today’s the day we deliver you a blog and tweets on the third quarter of the Jets’ 2013 season, Games 9-12, which of course include a Game 11, Week 12 match with the Super Bowl champion Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium.

This blog comes two weeks after we bullet-pointed the tough Second Quarter of the season and four weeks since we began our preview of the season with Games 1-4. We’ll wrap up our schedule blogs with the Fourth Quarter, Games 13-16, two weeks from today. (Asterisked games below are subject to the NFL’s flex-scheduling policy.)

Game 9 — vs. NEW ORLEANS, MetLife Stadium, Sunday, Nov. 3, 1 p.m.

■ Jets trail series 6-5. Their last win over Saints: 2001 @ NO by 16-9. Their last home win over Saints: 1986 by 28-23.

■ Last meeting: Game 4 of 2009, when Mark Sanchez, off 3-0 start to career, had FUM, INT returned for TDs in 24-10 loss in Superdome.

■ Jets 3-2 vs QB Drew Brees (3-1 vs SD, 0-1 vs NO). Brees career passing vs NYJ: 101-155 (65.2%), 1117 yds, 5 TDs, 6 INTs, 81.0 rating.

■ Green & White will run into former S Jim Leonhard, former TE nemesis in Benjamin Watson, and Rex Ryan’s twin bro Rob, now Saints’ DC.

Game 10 — @ BUFFALO, Ralph Wilson Stadium, Sunday, Nov. 17, 1 p.m.*

■ Jets trail all-time series at BUF 29-23. They lost last road game to Bills 28-9 in 2012 finale but have won 4 of last 5 at “the Ralph.”

■ Jets coming off their bye week for this game. They’ve won their last 2 after bye when playing BUF, in ’03 by 30-3, in ’11 @ BUF by 27-11.

■ DE Mario Williams has 2 career sacks in 5 games vs Jets, both with HOU. Williams had no sacks in both NYJ-BUF games in ’12.

■ This will be Jets’ first game @ BUF vs new Bills HC Doug Marrone, their O-line coach from 2002-05.

Game 11 — @ BALTIMORE, M&T Bank Stadium, Sunday, Nov. 24, 1 p.m.*

■ Jets trail series overall 7-1, have never beaten Ravens in BAL (0-4). Last meeting: 34-17 Sunday night loss in 2011.

■ In that ’11 loss, Joe McKnight dazzled with 107-yd kickoff-return TD, longest play of any kind in Jets franchise history.

■ Jets HC Rex Ryan was Ravens asst coach 1999-08, DC 2005-08. Rex’s record vs BAL: 0-2 in regular season, 0-1 in preseason.

■ Joe Flacco, last year’s Super Bowl MVP, in his 2 starts vs Jets: 30-for-69 passing (43.5%), 411 yds, 0 TDs, 2 INTs, 51.1 rating … 2-0 record.

Game 12 — vs. MIAMI, MetLife Stadium, Sunday, Dec. 1, 1 p.m.*

■ Jets lead overall series 49-44-1 and series at home 27-20. But they lost last game at MetLife last year 30-9 and six of the last nine.

■ First of 2 games with Dolphins in December. Last time that happened: 1999, when Jets, Ray Lucas, beat ‘Fins, Dan Marino twice.

■ WR Santonio Holmes’ last game vs MIA: 9 catches, 147 yds, including 38-yd catch in OT to set up Nick Folk game-winning FG last Sept.

■ This could be Jets’ first meeting vs TE Dustin Keller. DK was Jets 1st-round pick in 2008 who left for Dolphins as UFA this March.

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25 Responses to “3rd-Qtr Highlight — Game 11 vs. SB Champs”

  1. By Jet fan Frank 1864 on Jun 26, 2013 | Reply

    We most certainly have one of the toughest schedules in football this year. Be great to break some of these losing streaks against NO, Ravens and NE and now that the AFC EAST is going to create competition between each other NE could end up in last place (wishful thinking). I feel the NFC West will be the division to watch this year. I also feel the AFC East is going to be one hard hitting division this year, so all I can say about the later….”LETS GO JETS”….

  2. By Jet fan Frank 1864 on Jun 26, 2013 | Reply

    I feel the NFC West will be a tossup between the 49ers and Seattle….

  3. By scjoe on Jun 26, 2013 | Reply

    Ira, from an earlier post, a player is eligible to be on the PS for 2 years and for a 3rd year if certain roster conditions are met, question is “why” would that player be on any teams practice squad for that length of time?

  4. By kleckofan on Jun 26, 2013 | Reply

    I’ll take 2-2 and be happy, you can guess which ones might be W’s and L’s.

    In other news….looks like Sanchez has gotten himself into the headlines again with a tagline that might involve “butt: but not fumble. How any pro athlete could put themselves in a situation where they’re being videoed doing embarrassing things is beyond me. This incident definitely speaks to maturity and intelligence issues, areas Mark seems to have not improved.

    Tebow may end up being the Pat’s starting TE; with Gronk a huge question mark w multiple surgeries and constant injuries and Hernandez in deep water.

  5. By IRA on Jun 26, 2013 | Reply

    Some games here they can win. I would love to see them grab one down in Balt at M and T. Still get flashbacks from 2000 when the Jets blew a 14-0 lead in a game they had control over early. Funny thing i was so upset they lost on my drive back home i went the wrong way and ended up in Philly instead of NJ.

  6. By Jet fan Frank 1864 on Jun 26, 2013 | Reply

    IRA, good to see someone else was upset at how the Jets blew a 14-0 lead. I pouted for a week….

  7. By scjoe on Jun 26, 2013 | Reply

    Randy, something seems wrong with the W-L records. How can the NYJ have a 23-29 record with Buffalo who was an original AFL franchise and have a 49-44 record with Miami who didn’t enter the league until 1966?

  8. By Randy Lange on Jun 26, 2013 | Reply

    scjoe, the Jets-Dolphins record is for the all-time series, the Jets-Bills record is for games at Buffalo only: “Jets trail all-time series at BUF 29-23.”

  9. By scjoe on Jun 26, 2013 | Reply

    The fact is, the Patsies got inside information about what is going to come down re: Hernandez. They have former law enforcement on their payroll who still have ties to the system. I will go out on a limb here and say that “if” those sources claim Hernandez had nothing at all to do with the shooting, he would STILL be on the roster today. THAT, is the real NFL. Had he been just another scrub, then he would have been released before due process.

  10. By IRA on Jun 26, 2013 | Reply

    I had heard they were going to release him as soon as he was arrested and they did that. This is way more serious than football. What about the poor guy who was killed and his family. This is a tragedy.
    But getting back to football Tebow can’t run pass patterns and doesn’t catch well. Can they have a play or two for him? Of course but he is not ready to be an every down TE for this year even if he and the Pats wanted it. They will sign either Cooley or Clark or maybe trade for a TE. And I do think their RB’s like I think ours will be very involved in the passing game. If Leon is healthy he is capable of catching 50-60 passes for them.

  11. By IRA on Jun 26, 2013 | Reply

    The Pats will regroup but unless their WR draft picks Dobson and Boyce can play and contribute right away Brady will have to alter the offense to fit what he has. Brady completed 401 passes last year. 298 went to Welker, Lloyd, Hernandez, and Gronk. It’s not going to be easy to find 4 players to put up totals like that.
    Even before this Hernandez thing went down I feel (this makes me sick) the Fish have really put together a very good offensive team now and their D is always very good they were ready to jump ahead of the Pats this year anyway.

  12. By kleckofan on Jun 27, 2013 | Reply

    thanks for what I believe to be sound analysis of the Hernandez release decision.
    Ira- I was only kidding about Tebow being a starting TE. You’re right, they will explore FA market. I also believe that given the loss of Welker, AH and probably Gronk (at least for extended periods) they will not be the team they were. Even so, it will take more to convince me that NE is not still the Big Dog in the AFCE. I dislike saying that as much as you dislike giving props to Miami.

  13. By scjoe on Jun 27, 2013 | Reply

    Ira, true, the Pats released Hernandez directly after the arrest. My point was/is they knew beforehand what the charges were going to be via their security team, the Pats, like all teams, have former law enforcement and FBI personnel on their staff who still have ties to current law enforcement agencies. Had the charge been trespassing, as opposed to M-1, Hernandez would still be on the roster today. And yes, this is much more serious then pro football, but like it or not it is part of the sport today, a large part!

  14. By Jet fan Frank 1864 on Jun 27, 2013 | Reply

    Judge for second time denied Hernandez bail, unless he can get the appeals court to grant bail, he could be sitting in jail for the next year or more waiting for trial, what a fitting end to a great career.

  15. By Mike Jet Vet on Jun 28, 2013 | Reply

    True Scjoe, What I’ll add to your comment about today’s NFL, and what the defining differences are. Schools, political correctness, government involvement into family, to name just a few,

  16. By RONBO on Jun 28, 2013 | Reply

    Mike Jet Vet,Outstanding! Could not say it better!S.C.Joe, as usual, great job bro!

  17. By walt on Jun 28, 2013 | Reply

    Hill is a bust receivers on the team such as Joe Collins and Ryan Spadola have much more potential than Hill. I do not care if Hill was a second round draft choice he does not have the right stuff. Collins looked real good during the Jets preseason last year and Spadola would have been a high round draft choice if it were not for his paula dean tweat. Spadola showed true grit by doing the OTA with a hammy and not dropping a pass. I thought that Ryan said this was going to be an open competition. The Jets should drop Hill and continue looking for receivers that can make a difference

  18. By Jet fan Frank 1864 on Jun 28, 2013 | Reply

    It is unbelievable that since the Super Bowl 27 players were arrested on various charges from DUI, Drugs, Manslaughter, Assault, the list goes on, this includes 2 JETS and 1 Giant. The hammer should come down all of them. Kids look up to these players. Damn Shame this is going on in the NFL. Brent was the most recent arrested by Dallas. Although MS wasn’t arrested, he made “FACEBOOK” what a nice example to the young Jet fans he is… That’s all I am going to say about it….

  19. By Mike Jet Vet on Jun 29, 2013 | Reply

    Jet Fan Frank, I have a solution for keeping these kids in check, all contracts should have mandatory clean slate policy so to speak , any trouble mainly serious trouble all monies, contracts, agreements, future in the NFL, are null and void PERIOD.

  20. By Mike Jet Vet on Jun 29, 2013 | Reply

    Oh, left out the most important part of my solution, back round checks for all these students, make sure there are or were no gang affiliation or convicted of any crimes before scholarships are granted to any student

  21. By GaryC on Jun 30, 2013 | Reply

    MikeJetVet,nice thoughts,but in a lot of places in this country college sports are bigger then pros,and they don’t give a damn about a players background,remember they are only their maybe three seasons,then gone.Where is Urban Meyer,who brought Hernandez to Florida,I know he is coaching at Ohio State,but where is his outcry of the guy he recruited.

  22. By Jet fan Frank 1864 on Jun 30, 2013 | Reply

    One more player to ad to the list of being arrested. Colts Safety Joe Lefeged. MIKE JET VET, I agree with you and your above post. This is truly getting out of hand. These players actually feel they are “ABOVE THE LAW”. I feel it is good the police and courts are making examples by showing them that if you break the law you will suffer the penalties. Now it is time for all professional sports to take action and put in their contract, do something wrong or stupid you lose your salary and bonus and your off the team…

  23. By scjoe on Jun 30, 2013 | Reply

    MJV, if I were an owner or a GM, THAT is exactly what the wording would be for ALL contracts, take it or leave it!!!

  24. By mary kott on Jun 30, 2013 | Reply

    after checking this year’s schedule- my optimistic call is 10-6–my reality check call is 6-10. jets have to sweep bills and dolphins and dominate browns, raiders and titans. that’s 7 wins right there, I don’t see jets beating steelers, ravens, falcons or saints, yet. is it crazy to even hope for a split with the patriots? buccaneers, panthers, bengals are hopefully going to be close hard fought games that could go either way, I hope we can pull at least 2 wins out of those 3.
    any way it goes it should be an exciting season with a lot of new faces and hopefully a positive progression in the organization as a whole. optimistically speaking!!

  25. By SCfromNY on Jul 3, 2013 | Reply

    I do not want to be pessimistic about wins but as of now I do not have much hope. The D will be good but they weaken when on the field 3/4 of game and the O as stands NOW looks like a lot of 3 and outs not to mention turnovers if Sanchez keeps his job.

    Between Sanchez and lack of receivers no one will fear the passing game and can stack the front against run plays. With the D on the field so much they will allow too many points. Remember last year while a top 10 D we were 23rd in points allowed.

    With NE looking beatable it’s a shame we are not in better shape.

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