It's now or never for Jets to knock o...

It's now or never for Jets to knock off Patriots

There are 5 comments on the Newsday story from Nov 13, 2008, titled It's now or never for Jets to knock off Patriots. In it, Newsday reports that:

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. After buying $140 million worth of talent on the open market, trading for the iconic Brett Favre and winning five of their last six games to move into a first-place tie in the AFC East, it ...

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venom

Albany, NY

#1 Nov 13, 2008
I don't think you can ever call divisional road games 'Now or never' games. of course it's big because the Jets loss game #2 at home.
(and Oakland) or this game could have been meaningless to first place.
I Hope the short week doesn't mean losing some key player to injury.

yes. Big game cherry-picked by NFL network so no local TV. Going back to the bad old days of the 60's when NFL games were blacked locally if the stadium didn't sell out 24 hours before the game. Last year local nets picked up Giant-Pats since the Giants train here and the Pats were going for 16-0. No such luck this time. The next time I hear that the NFL is FAN-tastic....

“It might have been !!!”

Since: Aug 07

F&P City

#2 Nov 13, 2008
venom wrote:
I don't think you can ever call divisional road games 'Now or never' games. of course it's big because the Jets loss game #2 at home.
(and Oakland) or this game could have been meaningless to first place.
I Hope the short week doesn't mean losing some key player to injury.
yes. Big game cherry-picked by NFL network so no local TV. Going back to the bad old days of the 60's when NFL games were blacked locally if the stadium didn't sell out 24 hours before the game. Last year local nets picked up Giant-Pats since the Giants train here and the Pats were going for 16-0. No such luck this time. The next time I hear that the NFL is FAN-tastic....
hmmmm, de ja vu, I just read this elsewhere.
Baraba Glauber

New York, NY

#3 Nov 13, 2008
More gossip and rumours from Newsday gal, Roberta Glauber.
Why is it that the most manly sport, football, has the most femme sportwriters? Glauber, go put your lipstick on and get the hairspray out and wait fro Farve to take a shower so you can fantasize, girlfriend
Willie

United States

#4 Nov 13, 2008
Not true about no local TV, WB11 will have coverage tonight. GO JETS
venom

Albany, NY

#5 Nov 13, 2008
Tap San in LIC wrote:
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hmmmm, de ja vu, I just read this elsewhere.
yes, very perceptive. I am pissed at the NFl network in multiple locations. Can't wait until they use that flex schedule to do the same for Sunday games. biggeast friggin game of the year and I have to find a sports bar with the NFL network

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