Jets a step up from Ravens
Thriving corners, elite offensive line make Jets formidable foe for top-seeded Colts
Originally Published: January 21, 2010By Jeremy Green | Scouts Inc.
A lot of friends tell me I am crazy to give the Jets a fighting chance to upset the Indianapolis Colts in this weekend's AFC Championship Game. They say, "Jeremy, the New York Jets are a poor man's version of the Baltimore Ravens." Sure, the defensive schemes are similar, both teams rely heavily on the run, their quarterbacks are average and they lack playmakers at receiver. But make no mistake about it, the Jets are more prepared to play with the Colts than the Ravens were.
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2009 NFL PLAYOFFS: ROAD TO MIAMI
Colts 30, Jets 17
Saints 31, Vikings 28 (OT)
Vikings 34, Cowboys 3
Jets 17, Chargers 14
Saints 45, Cardinals 14
Colts 20, Ravens 3
Jets 24, Bengals 14
Cowboys 34, Eagles 14
Ravens 33, Patriots 14
Cardinals 51, Packers 45 OT
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