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Jets-Patriots one-liners

Jets QB Mark Sanchez threw four interceptions and fumbled once en route to a 31-14 loss to the Patriots.

William Rhoden of the New York Times wonders if the Jets will continue throwing Sanchez into the fire or if this game will be enough to let him “catch his breath and watch.”

Jets coach Rex Ryan admitted he was surprised by the way the Patriots came out with an empty backfield early in the game.

Said Jets S Jim Leonhard, “I don’t understand how we can come out flat. It was a game we needed to
win, and to play as poorly as we did on both sides of the ball in the
first half, it kind of blows your mind.”

Jets S Eric Smith blocked a punt, the first for the team since 2007 which also came against Patriots P Chris Hanson.

Said Patriots QB Tom Brady of WR Wes Welker’s 15 catches and 192 yards, Wes played big,
like he always does. When the coverage goes to Randy [Moss], he
has a chance to make plays. He had a great game. What a performance.”

Patriots NT Vince Wilfork didn’t have eye-popping statistics but he played a dominant role in the middle of the line.

CB Leigh Bodden tied a Patriots record with three interceptions, and returned one 53 yards for a touchdown.

Patriots RB Laurence Maroney had 77 yards and two touchdowns on a season-high 22 carries. 

T Mark LeVoir stepped in when the Patriots lost Sebastian Vollmer to injury and turned some heads with a crushing block of Jets CB Donald Strickland.
 

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17 Responses to “Jets-Patriots one-liners”
  1. Asswipe Johnson (Pronounced Az-Wee-Pay) says: Nov 23, 2009 2:11 PM

    Said Patriots QB Tom Brady of WR Wes Welker’s 15 catches and 192 yards, “Wes played big, like he always does. When the coverage goes to Randy [Moss], he has a chance to make plays. He had a great game. What a performance.”
    Viva la Welker!!!

  2. ampats says: Nov 23, 2009 2:26 PM

    And the truth remains the same!
    J ust
    E nd
    T he
    S eason
    Looks like its 40 going on 41 years of non appearances in the Super Bowl for the JESTS!
    Change the name of the rookie “phenom” QB from Sanchise to Sancherception

  3. stiller43 says: Nov 23, 2009 2:39 PM

    Anyone see the Patriots throwing deep with 30 seconds left in the game and up by 17 points? I don’t think there’s any better definition for classless in the NFL than Bill Belichick.
    Not even including the years of blatant disregard for the rules of football.

  4. The Real Shuxion says: Nov 23, 2009 2:56 PM

    @ stiller43
    How about Dan Rooney and those checks he sent to the refs after Superbowl 40 and 43?

  5. hayward giablommi says: Nov 23, 2009 3:31 PM

    “Anyone see the Patriots throwing deep with 30 seconds left in the game and up by 17 points? I don’t think there’s any better definition for classless in the NFL than Bill Belichick.”
    ^^^^^
    But it’s ok when a team who’s down 3 touchdowns is throwing hail mary’s at the end of a game, right?

  6. stiller43 says: Nov 23, 2009 3:40 PM

    The Real Shuxion,
    Yeah, good point. You got me there. The refs really tried to hide it when they called the Steelers for holding in the endzone (which was non-existent hold) on a 20 yard completion as they were trying to put the Cardinals away, but they can’t fool you or the rest of the world. Man, you would think giving the other team points AND possession of the ball with 4 minutes left and a chance to win would throw everyone of your track, but it’s real bright fans like you who see right through their tricks.
    I admire your insight.

  7. footballnut says: Nov 23, 2009 3:49 PM

    T Mark LeVoir stepped in when the Patriots lost Sebastian Vollmer to injury and turned some heads with a crushing block of Jets CB Donald Strickland.
    LeVoir completely took him out of the TV screen…excellent block that sent Strickland to the sidelines.
    Hopefully Vollmer will be back though, as when he went down I didn’t breathe for a few.
    Then LeVoir cleaned Strickland’s clock on that WR screen.

  8. xscottx says: Nov 23, 2009 4:01 PM

    you see Rex call a timeout so Sanchez could throw a hail mary down by 17? guess they wanted him to get that 5th INT.

  9. Richm2256 says: Nov 23, 2009 4:27 PM

    What a team; Strickland steps up for Vollmer, who stepped up for Matt Light, who was a Pro-Bowler.
    I think when everyone is healthy, the Pat’s have the two best O lines in football!

  10. SomeGuyInIowa says: Nov 23, 2009 4:30 PM

    the Jets are just like Vernon Gholston—all kinds of hype , but nothing that can back up the hype.

  11. Devils Advocate says: Nov 23, 2009 4:56 PM

    and that wraps up another offseason Super Bowl for the JESTS. they are a real dynasty when it comes to winning the Super Bowl when it doesnt matter. I think that gives them 3 consecutive offseason Super Bowls and they will be renaming the offseason Super Bowl Trophy in honor of them. It will be called the “Joe pull his Willie” Trophy. The Trophy will be awarded this year to the “JESTS” by you guessed it “Suzie Kolber” from ESPN. heeeeeey SUUZZIEEE i wanna kuh kuh kuh issssss youu uoouo oupupuke

  12. PornFlorio says: Nov 23, 2009 7:08 PM

    Richm2256 says:
    November 23, 2009 4:27 PM
    What a team; Strickland steps up for Vollmer, who stepped up for Matt Light, who was a Pro-Bowler.
    I think when everyone is healthy, the Pat’s have the two best O lines in football!
    ______
    What a MORON! Not only are you WRONG, you don’t even know how to properly use the possessive form of the plural form of the nickname for the Patriots. It’s Pats’, not Pat’s, loser.

  13. PornFlorio says: Nov 23, 2009 7:10 PM

    How about THIS for a one-liner:
    At this point in the season, the Pats have not beaten ONE SINGLE TEAM this season that has a record over .500.
    Can you say OVERRATED?

  14. PornFlorio says: Nov 23, 2009 7:55 PM

    The Real Shuxion says:
    November 23, 2009 2:56 PM
    @ stiller43
    How about Dan Rooney and those checks he sent to the refs after Superbowl 40 and 43?
    _____
    You got PROOF of that, fool? No, you don’t.
    Meanwhile, Belichick rang up the LARGEST FINE IN NFL HISTORY for HIS cheating. PROOF. END OF STORY.
    NEXT.

  15. BrockDanger says: Nov 23, 2009 8:09 PM

    Pats opponents and their record at the time of playing them.
    Bills 0-0/ no losses
    Jets 1-0/ no losses
    Falcons 2-0/ no losses
    Ravens 3-0/ no losses
    Denver 4-0/ no losses
    skip a few weeks
    Indy 8-0
    skip a week
    New Orleans 10-0
    how’s that pornflorio? and they came within seconds of beating an undefeated Indy team on the road. Now they have to go to New Orleans. New Orleans has #1 point differential in the league. Guess who’s #2? What other team has played 7 undefeated teams?
    Your commenting is overrated.
    I’ll pass on calling you a loser. Can’t say it with as much class as you did.

  16. davis1281 says: Nov 23, 2009 8:27 PM

    @ pornflorio
    can you say DUMBASS!!!!
    How about your sorry ass 49ers?

  17. pfii63 says: Nov 24, 2009 8:56 AM

    J-E-T-S SUCK! SUCK! SUCK!
    Maybe the Jets should think about writing checks with their mouths that they can actually cash with their play on the field. Their claim to fame this season? They split the season series with the Patriots – that and they teased their fans for a few weeks (and added to their fans’ delusions) with the idea of making a playoff run.
    Note to Jets and their fans…. this is the NFL… you’re not supposed to peak in Week Three.

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