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    New York Jets @ Green Bay Packers (CBS)-4:25PM ET

    Post by NYJETSDAN16 on Mon 8 Sep 2014 - 8:31






    Here we go folks, The six week stretch where the season schedule is absolutely brutal begins at Lambeau Field in six days.
    Facing a strong offensive unit led by Aaron Rodgers will be a test to our young CB's. Hopefully Dee Milliner will be healthy for this game, but if not we will see the same secondary that faced Derek Carr in week one.

    The Packers are a bit banged up. They've lost BJ Raji on the defensive side, but nonetheless they are very stout. Yet, they've showcased on opening night (Thursday) that they have huge voids that can be exponentially exploited.  Marshawn Lynch ran all over them & Robert Turbin found decent sized holes as well.  That bodes very well for our own two dreaded monsters in Ivory & CJ2K.

    Our Offensive Line needs to clean up all the penalties, especially Willie Colon. We need to begin to bring our "A" game versus elite clubs such as the Pack. Geno Smith must be kept upright in order to make the decisions to make this offense function. IMHO, no more gimmick plays at the 5.  Just plays straight up football.  The Jets can get by losing a fumble or being intercepted against an Oakland squad, but not Green Back. The defense needs to create more pressure than what was seen yesterday. Yes we pushed Carr around, but #12 aint no rookie.


    No more mental mistakes. Such as Salas, he must make those catches in the end zone VS Green bay, Field goals just won't do.
    We Must play smart to the point where the majority of our punches land right on their jaws.  We need to start beating these strong teams in order so our current squad can get motivated & have that confidence that makes them believe that they are too headed to be mentioned with those Power House clubs.

    TIME TO TAKE THAT NEXT STEP. LET'S GO!


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    Re: New York Jets @ Green Bay Packers (CBS)-4:25PM ET

    Post by Superman55 on Tue 9 Sep 2014 - 15:53

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    On Sunday the New York Jets (1-0) will be taking on the Green Bay Packers (0-1) at Lambeau Field. New York is coming off of a dominant defensive performance over the Raiders, while the Packers are smarting from a 36-16 loss to the Seattle Seahawks. Will the Jets be able to shut down Aaron Rodgers and the Packers in Green Bay’s home opener?
    Injuries on offense
    The Green Bay Packers offense enters Sunday’s game a battered and bruised unit. Running back Eddie Lacy’s status is uncertain due to a concussion sustained on Thursday night while right tackle Bryan Bulaga suffered a MCL sprain. These are two significant injuries for the Pack as they like to use the running game to set up the passing attack. James Starks will see extensive action in the backfield if Lacy is unable to play with Derek Sherrod filling in for Bulaga.
    All about the pressure
    The best way to slow down the high flying Packers offense is with a consistent pass rush. The New York Jets front seven must dominate the line of scrimmage and put constant pressure on quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Look for Muhammad Wilkerson to try and take advantage of the right tackle situation while Sheldon Richardson attempts to disrupt the middle of the pocket. Linebackers Calvin Pace, Quinton Coples, and Jason Babin will be relied upon to contain the edge and generate havoc from the outside.

    Challenge to the secondary

    The revamped New York Jets secondary will be tested by a talented and dynamic Green Bay wide receiver group that features Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb. Gang Green’s defensive backfield must remain consistent in coverage and prevent excessive yards after the catch. Don’t be surprised to see the Packers go after defensive back Antonio Allen as he continues to learn the ropes of the cornerback position.
    Ground and pound
    One of the biggest keys for the Jets offense will be to establish the power running game against a Packers defense that yielded 207 rushing yards to the Seahawks. Gang Green, which rushed for 212 yards against the Raiders, will look to pound the football with both Chris Ivory and Chris Johnson in the hopes of wearing down the defense and opening up the play action pass.
    Eliminate stupid mistakes
    This is the type of game where the New York Jets cannot afford to play undisciplined, sloppy football. The Jets must drastically cut back on their penalties (11 against the Raiders) while taking better care of the football in terms of turning it over. The last thing that New York wants is to give the Packers extra possessions or the football on a short field.
    A winnable game
    Believe it or not this is a winnable game for the New York Jets. The formula for New York will be to ride the running game on offense and their dominant line on defense. They need to keep the football out of Aaron Rodgers’ hands with time consuming drives and not kill themselves with costly penalties and turnovers. Quarterback Geno Smith must make smart decisions with the football and use all of his options in the passing game. The Jets secondary must not get intimidated by the fast paced Packers offense and hold their own under duress. If all of this falls into place you could very well see a 2-0 Jets team by 8 p.m. Sunday night.
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    Re: New York Jets @ Green Bay Packers (CBS)-4:25PM ET

    Post by NickSINYC on Tue 9 Sep 2014 - 16:13

    I am glad we are playing this game in September and not December
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    Re: New York Jets @ Green Bay Packers (CBS)-4:25PM ET

    Post by Superman55 on Tue 9 Sep 2014 - 16:18

    NickSINYC wrote:I am glad we are playing this game in September and not December

    Disagree. Our run game and D is built for cold weather games. Their lack of an oline and run game and praying for Rodgers to win every game by himself is not a recipe for success in cold weather, IMO.

    However, with Lacy out this week and Stark in, we should be able to make them 1 dimensional. I don't mind catching them now.
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    Re: New York Jets @ Green Bay Packers (CBS)-4:25PM ET

    Post by NickSINYC on Tue 9 Sep 2014 - 16:21

    Superman55 wrote:
    NickSINYC wrote:I am glad we are playing this game in September and not December

    Disagree.  Our run game and D is built for cold weather games.  Their lack of an oline and run game and praying for Rodgers to win every game by himself is not a recipe for success in cold weather, IMO.

    However, with Lacy out this week and Stark in, we should be able to make them 1 dimensional.  I don't mind catching them now.

    I understand your points and they are good ones. My thinking goes to Geno. One of my issues is his hand size I would be much more worried about his control of the ball and possible mistake in freezing weather than fall temps.
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    Re: New York Jets @ Green Bay Packers (CBS)-4:25PM ET

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    Re: New York Jets @ Green Bay Packers (CBS)-4:25PM ET

    Post by Blindsidebrick on Tue 9 Sep 2014 - 20:06

    The Packers are always a tough opponent at Lambeau. But talent-wise, I don't think these teams are that far off. Both have some holes, and both have some playmakers on both sides of the ball.

    If the Jets don't commit 11 penalties again, or turn the ball over, they very much can win this game. No doubt about it.
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    Re: New York Jets @ Green Bay Packers (CBS)-4:25PM ET

    Post by Sarge on Tue 9 Sep 2014 - 22:13

    If Bulaga is out, I'm not so sure Oaklands offensive line isn't better than Green Bays
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    Re: New York Jets @ Green Bay Packers (CBS)-4:25PM ET

    Post by Superman55 on Tue 9 Sep 2014 - 22:39

    Sarge wrote:If Bulaga is out, I'm not so sure Oaklands offensive line isn't better than Green Bays

    GBs oline is a mess and Lacy is out. Rodgers better take a beating.
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    Re: New York Jets @ Green Bay Packers (CBS)-4:25PM ET

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    Metjetgal wrote:Hey guys I made it bounce bounce bounce bounce bounce 

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    Metjetgal wrote:Hey guys I made it bounce bounce bounce bounce bounce 

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    SackExchange wrote:Welcome aboard. Every day, this is feeling more and more like our new home.

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    Re: New York Jets @ Green Bay Packers (CBS)-4:25PM ET

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    Boardwise, this feels like our season opener. In time we'll have the type of quality members that we grew to love and enjoy. As for the game, our first test against a veteran QB in a hostile environment.
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    Post by Superman55 on Thu 11 Sep 2014 - 6:39

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinal reporting this AM Lacy will play this weekend.
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    Post by Superman55 on Thu 11 Sep 2014 - 8:52

    [size=42]Jets prepare for 'chaos' of Packers' up-tempo offense, which should move faster this week[/size]
     
     
    By Darryl Slater
     
    FLORHAM PARK – Thursday is the final full day of practice for NFL teams, the time when they fine tune their game plans for the coming Sunday. But Jets coach Rex Ryan wants this Thursday to bring “organized chaos” for his defense.
    Ryan’s goal, when taken at face value, seems counterintuitive, and a potential step backward in game preparations. For Ryan, though, it is all part of readying his defensive players for what they will face Sunday at Green Bay, whose no-huddle, up-tempo offense can leave defenses confused and scrambling, even as the ball is snapped into the hands of Aaron Rodgers – one of this generation’s finest quarterbacks.
    Ryan hopes to get the chaos out of the way during Thursday’s practice. So he will do what he did last year before the Jets faced the Patriots fast-paced offense. When the scout team offense faces the starting defense in practice, Ryan won’t send in his defensive call until the offensive players have lined up.
    He would never send in a call this late during a game, of course. By forcing his defenders into an exaggerated, chaotic situation during practice, he thinks they might be better equipped to handle it Sunday at Lambeau Field.
    “That way, when you get in a game, it’s no big deal,” Ryan said.
    The Packers hope to run 75 plays per game – faster than they’ve ever been under ninth-year coach Mike McCarthy, who said in the offseason that he wanted to make a concerted effort to increase his offense’s tempo.
    Green Bay has gradually increased its pace in recent years. In 2010, when the Packers won the Super Bowl, they ran 62.5 plays per game. That number dipped to 61.8 in 2011. The Packers leaned more on no-huddle plays in the next two years, during which they averaged 65.1 and 67.1 plays per game – 11th in the NFL last year.
    More NFL teams are moving faster these days, especially franchises that have elite quarterbacks like Rodgers. In 2012, Tom Brady and the Patriots led the league with 74.4 plays per game. In 2013, they were second, with 71.1, and Denver and Peyton Manning topped the list, with 72.3 plays per game.
    Taking into account offensive time of possession, the Patriots last season ran 2.34 plays per minute of possession time. The Packers ran 2.17. The Jets’ defense got experience against this break-neck pace while splitting their meetings with the Patriots in 2013.
    In a loss at New England, the Patriots ran 2.46 plays per minute. They were even faster while losing at the Jets in overtime – 2.96 plays per minute – though New England possessed the ball for just 23 minutes and 40 seconds of that game, so it wasn’t a totally exhausting day for the Jets’ defense. But games against frenetically paced teams can tax defenders’ bodies and minds.
    “Everybody has to be in shape and know exactly what you’re doing,” said Jets nose tackle Damon Harrison. “When you get tired and you’re in better shape, you don’t resort back to old, bad habits. If you’re a guy that’s in shape, the quick tempo shouldn’t bother you that much. It’s always tough for defensive linemen when guys are running the hurry-up offense. But I think we’ll be fine.”
    In the Packers’ 36-16 season-opening loss at Seattle, their tempo was limited. Green Bay ran just 57 plays – 2.14 per minute. The extreme noise level in Seattle “slowed their tempo down drastically,” said Jets coach Rex Ryan. As the Packers return home this week, to a friendlier environment for clear communication at the line of scrimmage, Ryan and his players expect the pace to quicken.
    “Them being at home, I’m sure it’ll be a lot easier for them to really get into it,” Harrison said.
    Rodgers is the sort of sharp-minded quarterback who perfectly fits a no-huddle offense. The NFL first saw this approach in earnest with quarterback Jim Kelly and the Bills’ K-Gun offense in the early 1990s. Like Kelly then, Rodgers is now in the prime of his career. Rodgers, 30, is beginning his seventh year as the Packers’ starter. Over the past five seasons, he has completed 66.5 percent of his passes for 159 touchdowns and 38 interceptions. The Packers went 52-19 over that span in games he started.
    A broken collarbone last season limited Rodgers to nine games, and prevented the Packers’ offense from getting a full season with him running the no-huddle system. Rodgers is responsible for calling most plays at the line of scrimmage, after he surveys the defensive alignment and determines how best to attack it. Being able to see the defense, and then call a play, gives no-huddle teams a better chance of using the optimal play. Or at least that is the goal of this increasingly popular approach.
    “It seems like there are more full-time teams that have a higher pace,” said Jets linebacker Jason Babin, an 11th-year veteran.
    Babin said Rodgers often does not approach the line and immediately snap the ball. Usually, he surveys the defense, alerts his teammates of the play call and then gets the snap. This gives the Jets’ defense at least some time to adjust and move around, to counter whatever motioning and formation alterations Rodgers calls for.
    “For this defense, (pre-snap shifting) is something we’re accustomed to, because there’s a lot of communication, a lot of moving parts,” Babin said. “It won’t be something necessarily that is out of the realm of what we do normally.”
    The challenge, Babin said, is trying to determine when Rodgers will take his time at the line, after hurrying to get there, and when he will want the snap instantly after lining up.
    “It’s a feel, like: Are they really hurrying up? Or are they trying to look like they’re hurrying up?” Babin said.
    This is the sort of game – the sort of tempo – that will test Ryan’s assertion that his team is deeper this season. Babin, for instance, was signed on the eve of training camp to provide pass-rushing depth, as the backup rush outside linebacker behind Quinton Coples. Might this be a game in which Babin sees more than just occasional, situational action, in order to keep Coples fresh?
    Defensive substituting can be a challenge against an offense that doesn’t want to substitute a lot, in order to run plays in rapider succession – something McCarthy has stated as a mission. But Ryan expects the Jets to “roll guys in quite a bit” this week.
    No, the Jets don’t have to visit Lambeau in the frigid days of December. Ryan said he expects the Packers’ offensive tempo might slow by then, at least in snowy games. The first few weeks of the season, though, are ripe for no-huddle offenses to try to exhaust defenses, Ryan said.
    “I think a lot of times, you see it even more so earlier in the season than you do late, because the (players’) conditioning sometimes weighs in,” he said. “It’s hot, humid. We pride ourselves on being in shape. We know it’s going to be a challenge that way.”

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    Re: New York Jets @ Green Bay Packers (CBS)-4:25PM ET

    Post by LIJETFAN on Thu 11 Sep 2014 - 11:09

    Not expecting us to win this one, but I think we can definitely be very competitive.  A win would be a nice step forward for this team.  

    Good article on the practice plan by Rex.  Makes a lot of sense.  If the Jets can get good pressure on Rodgers, they have a chance in this game.  Pressure the QB, get off the field on third down, when they get in the red zone score touchdowns, and win the turnover battle.  If the Jets can do those things, they have a chance.  I think they need to score 28 points to win this game.

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    Re: New York Jets @ Green Bay Packers (CBS)-4:25PM ET

    Post by lnap23 on Thu 11 Sep 2014 - 12:16

    We need to control the clock, our running game needs to be on point and we need to pressure Rogers.  We do those 3 things and we have a shot.  I hope for a win but I really want to see a competitive game from us.  This should give us a good barometer of how far along we are.

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    Re: New York Jets @ Green Bay Packers (CBS)-4:25PM ET

    Post by Sarge on Thu 11 Sep 2014 - 14:26

    I have to wear a Packers tie to work everyday next week if we lose, which we won't
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    Re: New York Jets @ Green Bay Packers (CBS)-4:25PM ET

    Post by NCgreen12 on Thu 11 Sep 2014 - 15:13

    Imagine the hype and all of the bandwagon media jumping on board if we beat the Pack in Green Bay. I might just be one of them.

    This game is somewhat simple for me to predict - one or no turnovers and we got a good chance. They are definitely beatable. Play careless like last week and it will be a very frustrating day knowing we really had a shot at 2-0.

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    Post by football51 on Thu 11 Sep 2014 - 15:51

    NCgreen12 wrote:Imagine the hype and all of the bandwagon media jumping on board if we beat the Pack in Green Bay. I might just be one of them.

    This game is somewhat simple for me to predict - one or no turnovers and we got a good chance. They are definitely beatable. Play careless like last week and it will be a very frustrating day knowing we really had a shot at 2-0.

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