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J-E-T-S, Just Enjoy the Season. Pats Fans, This One's for You!

BALTIMORE - AUGUST 24:  Head coach Rex Ryan (R) of the New York Jets talks with players before a game against the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium on August 24, 2009 in Baltimore, Maryland.  (Photo by Greg Fiume/Getty Images)
Max Jet FanContributor ISeptember 21, 2009

This is not a full-fledged article, more like a matter of fact.

I wrote a article on March 30, 2009 making some pretty bold predictions about my NY Jets and the New England Patriots.  Obviously, this was written before we drafted and signed "The Sanchize," but I wanted to reference this article again.

I know it's only two games into the season, but that just means that the victory over the Patriots bodes well for us.  The Jets' "Band of Lunatics" will only gel more throughout the season and "The Sanchize" will only improve from here.

Please reread my past article on the Jets and the Patriots here.  There you will also find the comments that were written by Pats fans at the bottom of the article.

My predictions were scary close and I'm not here to gloat.  Well, yeah I am.  Also, even only two games in and the Patriots are obviously not the Patriots all the wagon jumpers are used to seeing. 

Fact is the Jets defense did embarrass the Patriots offense, particularly by not allowing one touchdown and furthering their scoreless streak to eight quarters now.  To top it off, Brady's completion percentage was below 50 because the Jets defense kept him out of his rhythm, but also for the reasons as stated in my previous article. This TD shutout was the first time since December 2006 that the Patriots offense didn't score a touchdown. 

This past week, many have complained about the Jets' barking, and more specifically, the Jets defense doing a lot of barking.  Yesterday proved that their bite is bigger then their bark and this "Band of Lunatics" will be doing more biting then Vick's  pit bulls.

**By the way, Patriots fans, I know Welker was out, but so was Pace and Jenkins was injured.**

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