The New York Jets vs. Maurice Jones-Drew

Posted: 12th November 2009 by schuyler cornwell in NFL
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This upcoming Sunday, The New York Jets (4-4) face off with the Jacksonville Jaguars (4-4). Both teams are desperate for a win and are trying to poke their heads above the mediocre .500 records they have accumulated. For the New York Jets, the winning formula this weekend is obvious, stop Maurice Jones-Drew. The Jaguars most dynamic player, leads the league in touchdowns with 11 and accounts for 66 of the team's 157 points or 42 percent. It sounds simple enough, but considering he's scored six touchdowns in his past three games, it may prove difficult. MJD is fast, strong, and doesn't shy away from contact (ask Shawne Merriman). So how will the Jets' 13th-ranked rushing defense stop the Jags' scoring machine? The Jets have an advantage over most teams, because they can bring a safety close ...

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