The New York Jets will play for pride and respect the rest of the way as they start to look at the direction this offense needs to take next year if theáteamáis truly toá compete with a declining New England Patriotáclub for the AFC East in 2010. The game in Indianapolis will give the New YorkáJets one last opportunity on national television to prove to someone, anyone that this offense has somehow improved under Offensive Coordinator Brian Schottenheimer. Specifically, why is Brian Schottenheimer passing first when he has aárookie quarterback who's now thrown 20 interceptions in 13 games? Why did the Jets pass 32 times in a game they should have dominated on the ground? The Jets once again showed complete ineptitude in the red zone going 0-for-3 and missing three field goals on a bo ...
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