Postautor: chenyan94 » 12 sty 2019, o 03:41

This is an important week for the Jets. A win would allow them to reach the halfway point of the season at .500 with 5 divisional matchups on the back 8. That is actually putting the team in position to succeed New York Jets T-Shirt , regardless of whether or not they cash in. Losing this week would put the team at 3-5, however, which would probably require the Jets to win a bare minimum of 6 of their remaining 8 games to reach the playoffs. Now is as good a time as ever to get bold.Disclaimer: A Bold Prediction is not something that is likely or probable to happen. Bold Predictions are blind guesses that are laughably optimistic beyond what anyone can reasonably expect to happen, but not so far as to be virtually impossible. Saying that Leonard Williams will get a sack is not a Bold Prediction New York Jets Hats , nor is saying that Bilal Powell will run for 650 yards. By definition, Bold Predictions are unlikely, but not impossible, to occur. Since this is a Jets site New York Jets Hoodie , they are also pro-Jets predictions. As always, the Final Score prediction is meant to be realistic, not a Bold Prediction.Here are my five bold predictions for tomorrow’s game:Isaiah Crowell leads the team in scrimmage yards with over 200.Sam Darnold does not turn the ball over and scores 3 times.Two Jets corners record sacks.The Jets win the turnover battle by at least 4.Four different Jets score a touchdown.And a bonus prediction: Announcers learn nothing from the Jets-Cousins broadcast and mention the Jets’ prior interest in Khalil Mack at least 80,000 times.Final Score: I wasn’t high on the Bears coming into the season Cheap Customized New York Jets Jerseys , but they do appear to be the more talented team right now. Bears win 28-17.Jets podcast: The case for Sam Darnold The starting quarterback competition has been the hot topic of debate in the Jets fanbase over the last couple of weeks. After years of the fanbase arguing about which of two mediocre quarterbacks is less bad, it has been refreshing to discuss the merits of two options with talent who have played effectively in training camp and the preseason.I haven’t really had a strong opinion either way to this point, but as I have followed the debate one thing has struck me in the last few days. I have come to believe the people arguing for Sam Darnold to start have made a stronger argument than the people arguing for Teddy Bridgewater to start. That is the topic of today’s podcast. It isn’t like I’ll be irate in the unlikely event Bridgewater is named the Week 1 starter. But I do talk about why Darnold looks like the better option to me.
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