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Week 3 @ N.Y. Jets

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Prime time game. Should be fun.

Also, I just realized it'll be Wayne Hunter at RT for the Jets lining up against Charles Johnson. That's another great matchup for C.J. He could have a big game.

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I want Kuech or Norman to get an INT. Badly.

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Only chance the jets have of winning this game is if Touchdown Jesus prays for Clausen to start the game.

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Would also like to see a judo throw of Cromartie by Nakamura. Because everyone knows Cromartie is the best receiver on the Jets.

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I'll be at that game!!!

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I'll be there too with 5 other Panthers fans all sporting our jerseys. Can't wait!

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I hope beason starts, we send him on a blitz and he does this...

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Hmm...

Hopefully Cam doesn't get greedy. This is the one matchup where you stay away from Smitty for the most part.

D needs to continue to build off what they did. Jets offense sucks. No excuse for them not to play well

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I want to see Amini lay out Coples and Norman shut down Holmes.

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