Sorry, I was very busy with homework, and when I finally had time last night to update, the internet went out and just came back a few hours ago.
Anyway, the Jets finally gave up on the Ben Graham experiment. This means in just a few weeks, Mike Nugent and Graham are out. Jay Feely is in at kicker. Nobody has been named as a replacement, and no rumors are out there yet. But the former Geelong star (Aussie Rules Football) is out. That much we know.
As for the game, I'll have a few more thoughts soon, but I'm not as disappointed as I've seen many Jets fans be. It's upsetting they couldn't make a statement at home, but they'll have another chance later. People say the Jets were lucky to get Cassel in his first ever start, but the Jets have more room for improvement than New England. Brady is a huge, huge loss, but the rest of the team is the same as usual. Favre is still learning the offense, and the defense has several new players playing key positions.
Plus, who really knew what the Patriots would do with Cassel? The defense played fine for New York, but the late drive led by LaMont Jordan for the game-clinching field goal was alarming. The Jets need another nose tackle (Sione Pouha, I'm pointing at you) to step up and keep Jenkins fresh while still holding the fort.
Chansi Stuckey has two touchdowns in two games, the only two Jets passing touchdowns. They sign Bubba Franks, draft Dustin Keller, and already have two solid receivers in Laveranues Coles and Jerricho Cotchery, but the smallest receiver on the field has the two touchdowns. Go figure.