It seems after week one, fans and analysts everywhere already know how the season will shake out. And while getting a chance to see a team actually play is a better indicator than the offseason workouts or the draft, there is a reason they play 16 games. So, we’ll take a look at what week one really meant, and what it could mean for the overall season.
The Positives We Learned
Sanchez, Jets Defense Look Poised to be Playoff Contenders
Most people, especially me, thought it would take the rookie quarterback more than an offseason program to become a reasonable starter, but Sanchez looks every bit the part of a starter.
Some may argue that judging by the stats, Sanchez (18-for-31, 272 yards, one touchdown, one interception) had a better game than last year’s rookie ...
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Article written by Eric Galko