I had a fleeting thought a second ago reading about the upcoming Gladiator match on Monday night - we JETS know that we're good, and our philosophical foundations are based on (1) Ground and Pound and (2) Organized Chaos.
Here's a perfect mix of the two - what if, after every touchdown, we went for 2-point conversions?
Let that set in for a bit.
Cotch and Bray (Tone when he comes back) spread real wide running quick slants, Keller on a quick sit 2 yards in, LT as a flat option, goal-line jumbo with T-Rich or the Terminator lead blocking up the strongside A gap for our War Machine? I'd bet on that every single time. It'd be like Ronaldo's taking a penalty kick in soccer - the goalie's gotta pick a side, and if he picks right, we're screwed; but 9 times out of 10, that's a goal, baby. That's JET football, and I'd be freaking excited for every single touchdown. We would piss defenses off so much! And when's the last time you saw 32 points scored by a team? I'm literally salivating thinking about how perfect it would be for us to try it this year.
RR: "The message to the rest of the league is, hey, the Jets are coming, and we're going to give you everything we got. And I think that's going to be more than you can handle."
You KNOW we're coming for you, and we're still going to beat you. I know it's going to be looked down upon, but when have we ever stuck to conventions? God Bless the #JETS, b*tches.