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8/07/2008 3:07 AM
Not only do the Jets have 10 winnable games, the Jets have 10 winnable games after the convenient week 5 bye-week. Worst case scenario is they start 1-3 and have a buy to get things right for the rest of the cakewalk on Broadway. Chad Pennington may not be happy at this point, but all of his boys are still going to remain positive. I expect the attitude and confidence of the team to skyrocket after they hang 42 on Cincinnati in week 6.
Following that, they have a lot to be positive about even if they are 2-3 because they then play @OAK, vs. KC, @ BUF (would be a big win,) vs. STL in their next four. They win three of those for sure! I would guess they will be 6-3 because of how amazingly great this is to every Jet’s fan, but 5-4 is very realistic heading into the 2nd Patriots game.
If, and that is a huge “IF” they beat New England in the 2nd match-up in week 11. This would put them at the very worst 5-5 looking ahead to @ TEN, vs. DEN, @ SF, vs. BUF, @ SEA (which will be a loss,) and vs. MIA to clinch a playoff berth in week 17. Favre would have no excuse to not have the playbook down by then. Since all the books are adjusting the lines right now, I would set a realistic li
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