Biggest Game of Early 2012 for the New York Jets

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Week 4 may also tell a big story in the Sanchez v Tebow saga. Week 4 in an NFL season is a big spot to begin with, simply because of the record. At 3-0 maybe not so much, but with all the parity in the NFL, we don’t see that a lot. Week 4 sees teams at 2-1, 1-2, or 0-3. The losing records make week 4 a make or break week, while a 2-1 record can mean week 4 is a game for first place, or a larger lead in first place, that type of thing.

If the Jets are in any of these types of situations, the pressure will be on Mark Sanchez to hold onto his job. Let’s say the Jets are 1-2 heading into this game. We are now at halftime, and the 49ers have a 13-3 lead. The “Tebow” chants will start raining out of the stands, and they won’t stop. Week 4 is a week where teams look for a spark, sometimes to save a season. If the Jets are in trouble, Tebow could be called upon, and you all know how I feel if that happens.

Week 4 should be a terrific game, our Jets vs the 49ers. It will also be one of the utmost importance to the Jets season, the biggest game in the first quarter of the season.

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Topics: 2012 Jets, 2012 Jets Schedule, 2012 Season, Alan Schechter, Ground And Pound, Mark Sanchez, NY Jets, Ny Jets Vs San Francisco 49ers, Tim Tebow, Tony Sparano

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