Jets' offense roars in 56-35 win over...

Jets' offense roars in 56-35 win over Cards

There are 6 comments on the Newsday story from Sep 28, 2008, titled Jets' offense roars in 56-35 win over Cards. In it, Newsday reports that:

Kerry Rhodes paused before heading into the tunnel at halftime, exhorting the Meadowlands crowd to roar one more time.

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always right

Bangkok, Thailand

#1 Sep 28, 2008
Amazing,too bad they can't do the same every time.Which Favre will show up next?
J-E-T-S

Arvin, CA

#2 Sep 28, 2008
HOW in the world can anybody give the Defense anything but a D and give Coach anything but a D. How can a team up 34-ZIP at half give up 35 points? This does not let Mangini and the rest of the coaching staff off the hook. The freaking Defense giving up that many point has some explaining to do. I still think that there is going to be an opeing out West for you Coach. You might consider a move. This FAN will not allow the Coaching Staff, Up Stairs or the players off the hook because of a win 56-35. NO WAY and NO FAN SHOULD! Though the semi-shining light was the Offense today. But SACKS have got to stop.

“Read between the lines”

Since: Mar 07

Lindenhurst, NY

#3 Sep 28, 2008
At least the Jets won today, so it takes some of the bitterness out of the Mets loss, knowing that one team that played at Shea won on the stadiums final day.
farveFANturnedJE TSfan

United States

#4 Sep 28, 2008
How can you be a FAN and do all trash. FAN by definition facilitates commardie and support. It really IS about love,(Sport, home team, atmosphere)less than winning. OMG - nothing better than winning. But community is MORE than that! New York, time for change...Yes we can!
wow

South Salem, NY

#5 Sep 29, 2008
Lets keep building on this win..
What

Rineyville, KY

#6 Sep 29, 2008
J-E-T-S wrote:
HOW in the world can anybody give the Defense anything but a D and give Coach anything but a D. How can a team up 34-ZIP at half give up 35 points? This does not let Mangini and the rest of the coaching staff off the hook. The freaking Defense giving up that many point has some explaining to do. I still think that there is going to be an opeing out West for you Coach. You might consider a move. This FAN will not allow the Coaching Staff, Up Stairs or the players off the hook because of a win 56-35. NO WAY and NO FAN SHOULD! Though the semi-shining light was the Offense today. But SACKS have got to stop.
Well I agree sort of. I gave the coaching a C and the defense a D. Mainly because Mike Westoff is the only consistent coach out there, and special teams played well again, so he automatically raises their grade. Otherwise I agree, it shouldn't have taken that long to realize AZ changed to a short passing game, and adjust. The O-line though did a much beter job giving Favre time, and most of those sacks were Favres fault. On those sacks he was holding onto the ball way too long, but he gets a pass on that also considering what he can do, and did do.
Other then that, I still want Bill Cower.

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