I cannot tell a lie. This is one game I had circled back in April when the 2012-2013 Rams schedule was released. This and the London game against the New England Patriots. Hopefully this game will have much better results.
I even predicted that by week 11 the famed Jets back up QB/Punt Protector Tim Tebow would be the starting instead of Mark Sanchez.
Tebow may not get the starting nod but I’d bet my money on Jets head coach Rex Ryan using some sort of Tebow package. If the Jets watched any game tape from the Rams-49ers game they’ll know Tebow can run outside a la San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick.
1) What do you are the Jets’ biggest strengths and weaknesses?
Unfortunately, the Jets have a number of weaknesses right now in all three phases of the game. Also, as I am sure everyone is well aware, there hav been a number of off the field distractions in the past week, and I believe that this could potentially be the biggest weakness of old. Despite what Rex Ryan is saying, this team is in a tough spot right now and I am not convinced there are as strong a unit as Ryan and others want us to believe.
Obviously the offense hasn’t played well very — Mark Sanchez has struggled the past few games and as a result, the passing game has suffered. The Jets have been unable to score an offensive touchdown since they played New England a few weeks ago. As far as a positive, wide receiver Jeremey Kerley has played very well this season. If he is active (he is listed as questionable) he and Kerley would be the two threats in the passing game the Rams need to look out for.