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Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links October 6, 2012

Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links October 6, 2012
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  • Turn On The Jets Week 5 NFL Picks
    The Turn On The Jets staff gives their week 5 NFL Picks
  • Jets brace themselves for high-Wattage foe
    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — J.J. Watt’s numbers speak for themselves.

    Through four games, the Texans defensive end has 7½ sacks, 32 tackles, 10 tackles for loss, five pass deflections and two fumble recoveries. He’s had at least 1½ sacks each game for unbeaten Houston.

    “The guy is obviously struggling,” Jets head coach Rex Ryan joked.

    On Monday night, though, it might not be a laughing matter. The Jets will have to find a way to keep Watt from creating havoc when they host the Texans at MetLife Stadium.

  • Jets, Texans Game Preview
    Resilient group ready to scrap against an undefeated foe
  • Sparano isn’t satisfied
    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Jets offensive coordinator Tony Sparano said it starts with him, that he hasn’t done enough to get the 2-2 Jets to a better place offensively.

    “I’m not satisfied with my play,” Sparano said.

    That was part of the reason Sparano defended starting quarterback Mark Sanchez on Friday when he addressed reporters in his weekly press conference. He admitted that the struggling quarterback has made errors, especially in the 34-0 loss to the 49ers last weekend.

  • New York Jets Fact Or False: Week 5 Edition
    With the first quarter of the 2012 NFL regular season in the books, the New York Jets stand at 2-2 atop the AFC East. However, anyone following this team knows that, with the way the Jets have played since week 2, there is little to no security in that position. Sure, New York is .500 [...]

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