New York Jets: What We Learned from Their 31-27 Loss on Monday

Posted: 13th October 2009 by Michael Cohen in NFL
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This was ugly. This was the equivalent of watching "Halloween" movies on a 24-hour loop. If you are Rex Ryan and the New York Jets on a very long flight home, you might look out the window of the plane, look at the night's sky turning to day, and begin to ask yourself: "What is wrong with this football team?" and "Can I fix this, and fix it fast." Hence, Ryan's first real challenge as head coach of the NYJ. His Jets were exposed like a baseball player caught for using steroids last night in Miami, as the Dolphins ran all over the Jets "vaunted" defense for 409 yards, with Ronnie Brown, Ricky Williams, and Chad Henne doing all, if not most, of the damage. The Dolphins ran a ton of plays out of the wild cat formation, with either Brown or Ricky Williams lined up behind center. When this hap ...

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