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New York Jets Tweets of the Week: Volume 12

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Jets-Saints Post Game Numbers

Geno Smith completes eight passes and beats Drew Brees. @CantPredictFb

— Chris Burke (@ChrisBurke_SI) November 3, 2013

#Jets K Nick Folk’s streak of 23 field goals made in a row to start a season is the longest in franchise history.

— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) November 4, 2013

#Jets' @nickfolk2 is one short of @jayfeely's club record of 24 consecutive field goals set from 2008-09.

— Dennis Waszak Jr. (@DWAZ73) November 4, 2013

Jets' 198 rushing yards most since they rushed for 252 last year vs.Colts #nyj

— Brian Costello (@BrianCoz) November 4, 2013

Saints finished with 407 yards, Only the 10th time Jets have allowed 400 under Rex, but 2 have come in last 2 weeks.

— Brian Costello (@BrianCoz) November 4, 2013

Jets are 21st in the league in total offense, seventh in total defense #nyj

— Brian Costello (@BrianCoz) November 4, 2013

Stephen Hill played 52 snaps for the Jets on Sunday and had a single target and no catches. No bueno.

— Dan Hanzus (@DanHanzus) November 5, 2013

Drew Brees: 72.5 comp pct, 1 Int with Darren Sproles on field this season; 61.8 comp pct, 6 Int with Sproles off field

— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) November 8, 2013

The Jets lost to TEN, PIT and CIN by a combined score of 106-28. That explains their -62 point differential (-6.9 per game) w/ a 5-4 record.

— PatriotsXLVIII (@PatriotsXLVIII) November 8, 2013

The Jets are also the only current team with a winning record that has a negative point differential. I couldn't find any accurate numbers on which teams do have a worse point differential than the Jets, so sorry about that.

Jets-Saints PFF Numbers

Geno Smith finished with four air yards on his eight completions. 111 of his 115 yards came after the catch

— Steve Palazzolo (@StevePalazzolo) November 4, 2013

Geno Smith was blitzed 11 times, completed 5-of-10 passes for 96 yards, sacked once. QB Rating of 83.8. #Jets

— Gonzalo Estradé (@PFF_Gonzalo) November 4, 2013

The #Jets gained 142 yards after contact (72% of total) forcing 10 missed tackles. Bad side of it? OL run blocking grade: -8.3.

— Gonzalo Estradé (@PFF_Gonzalo) November 4, 2013

Best game of the season for Quinton Coples: +0.8 grade. 6 total pressures in 54 pass rushing snaps. #Jets

— Gonzalo Estradé (@PFF_Gonzalo) November 4, 2013

After the #Jets named him a starter again this week, Dee Milliner missed just one snap. His 1.0 grade was the highest of the season for him.

— Erik Frenz (@ErikFrenz) November 4, 2013

Jets-Saints Game Analysis

Geno said his TD run on read-option play was Nick Mangold's idea. Saw something in d-line and told Marty. #nyj

— Seth Walder (@SethWalderNYDN) November 3, 2013

Chris Ivory finally showed why some of us so excited about him this offseason. Also props to Rex for understanding how to harness emotion

— Sigmund Bloom (@SigmundBloom) November 4, 2013

If there was any doubt as to the defensive expertise of #Jets HC Rex Ryan and his staff, just watch the tape of their game this past Sunday.

— Louis Riddick (@LRiddickESPN) November 6, 2013

Dee Milliner had his best game as a pro by FAR. Route recognition much improved from off (eyes where they needed to be), press much better.

— Louis Riddick (@LRiddickESPN) November 6, 2013

Hope it was a substitution error on the part of Rob Ryan and the #Saints, as the result was a 53yd run by Ivory.

— Louis Riddick (@LRiddickESPN) November 6, 2013

Other Jets Related Tweets

If somehow Rex Ryan is fired (and he shouldn't be), the #Bucs have to go get him. They'd be a playoff team very soon with him.

— Matt Miller (@nfldraftscout) November 3, 2013

Asked Willie Colon if he feels like they are a playoff team. He said no, not until they stack wins. #nyj

— Seth Walder (@SethWalderNYDN) November 3, 2013

Hey, Geno Smith, how are you spending the bye week? "Studying, man. Studying." #Jets

— Dennis Waszak Jr. (@DWAZ73) November 3, 2013

Let's have fun: the Fins, Broncos, Jags, Texans, Giants, Bucs, and any team in QB purgatory have been more of a circus than the 2012 Jets.

— Mike O'C (@OConnor_Jets) November 4, 2013

MVP of #Jets season? Marty Mornhinweg..less skill talent than any OC by far, brutal injuries..he's taking guys off the street & they produce

— Bob Wischusen (@espnbob) November 4, 2013

Kellen Winslow back with team after 4-game PED suspension. Says he didn't appeals, suspects he was flagged for allergy medication.

— Rich Cimini (@RichCimini) November 4, 2013

Geno and D.Lee "butted heads" early because Geno was late for a meeting. Lee let him have it and now they have a strong/honest relationship.

— Chris Lopresti (@CLoprestiWFAN) November 4, 2013

Some say Rex has changed. I think he has simply matured as a coach. Rarely have we seen a coach evolve as Rex has w/ same team. #Jets

— Dennis Waszak Jr. (@DWAZ73) November 4, 2013

Jets all in for the community at #NYJets Taste of the NFL.— Woody Johnson (@woodyjohnson4) November 5, 2013
That links to a picture of all the Jets who attended the event.

Andy Reid will likely be the runaway winner, but Rex Ryan deserves consideration for Coach of the Year if Jets finish above .500. #nyj

— Manish Mehta (@MMehtaNYDN) November 5, 2013

Would anyone be surprised if this DC turned out to be Mike Pettine?

The fact Idzik hasn't made long-term commitment to Rex isn't big deal, IMO. Probably leaning that way after 9 games. Take all 16 to be sure.

— Dennis Waszak Jr. (@DWAZ73) November 5, 2013

Jets didn't report any free-agent workouts today. Some teams go workout crazy during bye week. The week is young, though. #Jets

— Rich Cimini (@RichCimini) November 5, 2013

Do any of you remember that game?

@nickfolk2 Congrats on AFC ST player of the week for a 2nd time. Glad you're doing so well even without your favorite holder.

Mark Brunell (@M_Brunell8) November 6, 2013

Odds to win Super Bowl? #Jets: 100/1...Giants: 75/1 (courtesy of @BovadaLV

— Kimberley A. Martin (@KMart_LI) November 7, 2013

Tweets Regarding the Jonathan Martin Situation

Jonathan Martin is not somehow unique. Neither is Richie Incognito. If this situation is coming to light, there will undoubtedly be others.

— Michael Schottey (@Schottey) November 4, 2013

Stories like this Incognite/Martin thing really do catalyze a lot of twitter moralizing. Some of it is pretty tough to read.

— Sam Monson (@PFF_Sam) November 4, 2013

Scott said he took a swing at Incognito once and Richie ran away. Coaches had to intervene.

— Jane McManus (@janesports) November 4, 2013

Spoke to ex-Dolphins QB David Garrard about Miami bullying scandal. On Incognito, he said: "I would just say he's a jokester kind of guy."

— Rich Cimini (@RichCimini) November 4, 2013

#Jets' Colon on locker room mentality: "There's a line for making a guy earn his rite of passage & another for making a guy feel degraded."

— Dennis Waszak Jr. (@DWAZ73) November 4, 2013

Interesting that Jonathan Martin is being represented by attorney David Cornwell, an outspoken critic of DeMaurice Smith and NFLPA.

— Andrew Brandt (@adbrandt) November 8, 2013

I love all the ex players coming out and using this as opportunity to blast former teammates. Finding out who the idiots were

— Pete Prisco (@PriscoCBS) November 8, 2013

Random Tweets

This quaint idea of the unbiased sportswriter is really quite adorable.

— Aaron Nagler (@Aaron_Nagler) November 3, 2013

Have said before that the greatest challenge for Head Coaches in the #NFL is getting players to play to their skill level consistently.

— Louis Riddick (@LRiddickESPN) November 3, 2013

Talked too a couple former players today - both said they'd seen rookie dinner bills be 30k plus: split by 3/4 rookies

— John Middlekauff (@JohnMiddlekauff) November 4, 2013

Am I the only who thinks he looks like a South Park character in that picture?

NFL teams have allowed the combine to affect them way too much. Missed on many good players over-evaluating underwear football.

— Mike McCartney (@MikeMcCartney7) November 4, 2013

@coachingsearch it's a high paying/high pressure job that doesn't stop when you leave the office. It's like Wall Street or being a CEO.

— Smart Football (@smartfootball) November 4, 2013

Skip Bayless hates kickers. Because there's nothing worse than an overpaid, talentless boob going on TV and whiffing all the time.

— SI_DougFarrar (@SI_DougFarrar) November 4, 2013

Kudos to Darrelle Revis for speaking the truth. Money, then Hall, then ring. Better to be 0-8 and rich than 5-4 and making minimum. Love it

— Pete Prisco (@PriscoCBS) November 4, 2013

For those wondering about it yesterday, the game would end if the 15:00 OT expired and the 2nd team never had a possession.

— Scott Kacsmar (@FO_ScottKacsmar) November 4, 2013

The 6 OT TD drives have been engineered by Tebow, Luck, Freeman, Wilson, Schaub, RGIII. @eoinholligan

— Scott Kacsmar (@FO_ScottKacsmar) November 5, 2013

Seeing more and more pattern-match confusion with 2nd level droppers when defenses utilize fire-zone pressures.

— Louis Riddick (@LRiddickESPN) November 5, 2013

Supporting my belief that offensive coaching/ teaching is superior to defensive coaching/ teaching at the present time.

— Louis Riddick (@LRiddickESPN) November 5, 2013

144 yrs ago today, Rutgers & Princeton played 1st coll f-ball gm. Before the game, the two teams had lunch and played billiards together.

— Dave Revsine (@BTNDaveRevsine) November 6, 2013

Working on Notes column, spoke to college scouts last nite. Their thought -- Both QBs in LSU-Bama (Mettenberger, McCarron) could go 1st rd.

— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) November 7, 2013

NFL games are 18 most-watched TV shows this season..NFL viewership doubles broadcast primetime...NBC’s SNF #1 show in primetime.

— Greg Aiello (@gregaiello) November 7, 2013