How should Sanchez handle Ravens?

How should Sanchez handle Ravens?

There are 7 comments on the Fox Sports story from Sep 28, 2011, titled How should Sanchez handle Ravens?. In it, Fox Sports reports that:

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Astoria, NY

#1 Sep 28, 2011
Last week I called the game between the Jets and Raiders a match up of 2 bully teams with some talent on offense. I consider this match up to be similar, except the Ravens are one of the original bully teams that the Jets of the Rex Ryan era are patterned after.(Pittsburgh being the other.)

Oakland was my underdog pick last week, because I had watched them play Buffalo the week before and they are a good team. They out-bullied the Jets last week and won.

In my opinion, this is an even bigger bully, their offense has improved this year, and they still have the magnificent Ed Reed.

One thing I also know about the Ravens is that Ray Lewis does not like Rex Ryan's big mouth and disrespect and will go out of his way to let the Jets know it, in his play on the field. The Ravens fully intend to crush the Jets, and if Oakland ran over them, I expect the Ravens to steam roll over them.

Some offense will happen as well, but I think the dynamic of this game is about serious intimidation.I think teams are sick of Rex's big mouth and fully intend to shut it.

Here's where the little bully gets put down by the bigger one. This should be a good game to watch!

Houston, TX

#2 Sep 29, 2011
You also claim that Pennington is one of the best QB's ever...lmao...

Since: Mar 09

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#3 Sep 29, 2011
Sanchez can't handle the Ravens if he's on his backside the entire game!!!
Kieth Stonefarts

Cypress, TX

#4 Sep 30, 2011
Sanchez can handle hot dogs...

Astoria, NY

#5 Oct 3, 2011
34-17 Ravens. Enough said.
Season in the toilet

West Lafayette, IN

#6 Oct 3, 2011
Maybe the Jets should have used the strategy from the Water Boy, and just took a knee on every posession... they would have actually won that game if they had just not played Offense.

Houston, TX

#7 Oct 3, 2011
Sanchez can handle hot dogs...enough said...

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