James Jones drops a TD that would send it into OT. Can't believe I just lost by 7. Threw at least 2 picks in the back of his endzone, 3 picks total. I love it when you guys start running the clock on essentially one of the worst players in the league with 3+ mins left. Good to know I still scare you
Jets almost won. Brady Quinn looked pretty good out there after both Geno Smith and Holmes went down early in the 2nd half. Quinn got the Jets into the red zone down 3 with 4 seconds left. I considered kicking the FG for OT, but my defense was pretty inconsistent and I could see the Steelers scoring on their first possession. So I went for it and Quinn woke up from his dream and sailed a pass out of bounds. Game over.
If you play off-man and sell out to blitz you can't bitch when someone throws a curl route. There are tons of effective ways to defend curl routes. I will run a curl anytime my read says that's the correct play. You can 'rob' the curl with purple zone on the d-line if you wanna play off-man. You can press the receiver if you wanna stop the curl, you can call cover 2 (regular or sink) and so on. That's a very short list of ways to stop the curl that are far more effective than bitching about it.
Defense is about figuring out how to stop the offenses best attack and living with everything else...there is no defense in the game that stops everything but you've got to choose. Be more tactical in your defensive play-calling
Considering you ran the majority of the time and I kept that in check, I would say I picked something to stop and did it. It just so happened when you needed a first down the curl was there. And lets not act like I was calling the same play each time and throwing my hands up wondering what went wrong. I pressed the majority of the 2nd half and the curl was still there. Purple zoning my d-line seems to be setting me up for failure because as I said, you ran most of the time.
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