You know, it’s hard to put together morning links when I have absolutely no interest in reading anything written about yesterday’s Patriots loss to the New York Jets. I have no interest in revisiting that game.
I know some of you do, though.
Ian R. Rapoport has the Patriots unable to slow down the all-out attack put on by the Jets. Christopher L. Gasper has the Jets backing up all their talk from earlier in the week. Andy Vogt has the Patriots happy to bid farewell to Giants Stadium after a horrible second half. Dom Amore has the Jets making good on all their talk. Shalise Manza Young has the Patriots offense sputtering for the second straight week. Mark Farinella has the Patriots unable to get anything working yesterday.
Ron Borges is troubled by what he sees from the Patriots. (Who are we kidding…he’s thrilled!) Dan Shaughnessy is elated that he can take a whack at the “Kool Aid crowd” today. Jim Donaldson has the Jets making a statement with all their talk. Bill Burt talks to former Patriots Larry Izzo and Damien Woody, who enjoyed all the talk and the win yesterday.
Mike Reiss says Tom Brady was uncomfortable and inaccurate all afternoon. Karen Guregian says that the Jets could see that Brady was completely confused by their defense. Chris Forsberg has Brady unable to lead the comeback in the end this week. Hector Longo says that the Patriots lack playmakers on offense right now. Farinella says that the timing was off for Brady all day. He also has the tight ends trying to find their niche in this offense.
Monique Walker has the Patriots defense OK, but not good enough. Donaldson says that Bill Belichick had no answers after the game. Christopher Price examines the 10 Things We Learned yesterday. Rapoport has Julian Edelman filling in for Wes Welker.Young has Edelman catching on on Welker’s fill in yesterday. Guregian has Randy Moss being shut down by the Jets.
Mark Lelinwalla has the Jets getting the last laugh. Farinella has Mark Sanchez earning the Patriots respect. Ben Seal has Sanchez looking good in the second half yesterday. Brian MacPherson says that the Jets defense is relentless. Farinella has the Patriots Feeling swamped in the Meadowlands.
Rapoport’s notebook says that delay of game penalties were costly to the Patriots. Gasper’s notebook has Moss refuting Revis’ claims on shutting down the Patriots star by himself. Young’s Patriots journal has more on Revis and Moss. Vogt’s notebook looks at Edelman’s impressive debut.
The Red Sox continue their late-season roll to the playoffs. Check all the details of their 9-3 win in Baltimore over at Red Sox Links.