Nfl Week 3: New York Jets @ Miami Dolphins: Post Game

Mets ParadiseCorrespondent ISeptember 28, 2010

MIAMI - SEPTEMBER 26:  Tight end Dustin Keller #81  of the New York Jets catches a touchdown against  the Miami Dolphins at Sun Life Stadium on September 26, 2010 in Miami, Florida.  (Photo by Marc Serota/Getty Images)
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Quick Look at the Jets Impressive 31-23 win over the Dolphins.

  • Braylon Edwards… Can you teach me how to dougie? He is just making plays every time he gets his hands on the ball. You really have to love the big strides this guy is making as a wideout. Sanchez has a very nice toy.
  • Dustin Keller is becoming that kind of a tight end that just makes opposing defenses sick. Great game catching the ball but probably even more amazing was his fantastic job blocking. This is the Keller who the Jets moved up in the draft to select. Need to work a game plan around him.
  • Sanchez is becoming a great quarterback before our eyes. It's hard to not overreact at this point but Mark is looking like a veteran. 6 Touchdowns, No Ints in the past 2 games. He's not just dumping it off either. He's making smart plays and taking smart risks. It's working.
  • What is wrong with Leonhard? He is seriously not showing up at game time. This was the 3rd consecutive game he has made a coverage lapse to cost the Jets on a big game. Wake up.
  • Although Henne had a great game in the air…. Let's not forget who the Jets were missing. Revis on Marshall probably would have changed a lot of things.
  • Despite how Cromartie played overall a decent game, I still have to wonder why he cannot stay on his feet. He falls way too much when trying to cover someone. It cost us big time on the final drive of the game.
  • Shotty calls another good game. Although there were a few question marks, I cannot be mad over the offense. Good game.
  • Tomlinson is really silencing the critics. Best running back in a game that featured R&R and Shonn Greene. He's playing great football.

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