Can we just get to Sunday already? The non-stop talk by the Jets, along with the media repeating every bit of it over and over again was amusing Monday and Tuesday. By this point though, what else can be said? Lets just line ‘em up and play the game.
I’m trying to avoid the articles this morning which are solely about the talk, and link some actual football pieces:
You can find all the coverage over at PatriotsLinks.com.
Pressure is on Mark Sanchez – Ron Borges says that the Jets QB has “gone from one of the most overrated quarterbacks in football to perhaps the most underrated.”
Is he coming on strong? – Amalie Benjamin says that Shonn Greene might be the key to game for the Jets on Sunday.
Belichick has Pats ready for a title run – Lenny Megliola talks to Bill Belichick’s daughter Amanda and Patriots analyst Gino Cappelletti about the job the head coach is doing with this team.
Jets talk rings hollow – The headline of Karen Guregian’s column might lead you think it’s a trash talk article, but it’s more about New York’s weakness in the middle of the field.
Lined up for a return – Michael Vega has Dan Connolly talking about his kickoff return against the Packers for the first time.
Snap, tackle and pop – Ian Rapoport has Vince Wilfork looking ahead to the task of stopping the Jets running game.
New England Patriots bullish on tight ends – Tim Whelan Jr. has a look at how far the tight end position has come in a year for the Patriots.
Danny Woodhead focused on here, now – Rapoport’s notebook has the former Jet not looking back. The Globe notebook by Monique Walker has all Patriots arriving on time for practice in the snow. The Patriots Journal from Robert Lee and Carolyn Thornton has more on Connolly.
The problem with Jermaine O’Neal’s knee – Paul Flannery’s three-pointer looks at another setback for the Celtics most expensive free agent signing of the summer.
Semih Erden goes distance for C’s – Chris Forsberg has Erden picking up the slack in the middle.
Mound of facts against Josh Beckett – John Tomase says that history doesn’t favor Josh Beckett bouncing back big from his miserable 2010 season.