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Bryan Thomas on Mental Errors

Oct 8, 2012; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Jets linebacker Bryan Thomas (58) during the game against the Houston Texans at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-US PRESSWIRE

As a member of the Jets since 2002, Bryan Thomas has seen a lot with this team. He has been here with Herman Edwards, Eric Mangini, and now Rex Ryan. Bryan has seen many playoff appearances, some great highs, and some epic lows. As this season unfolds, many are wondering if he is on his way to seeing another epic low point in his career. He certainly has seen a lot of mental errors from this Jets team, as many as in recent memory. So, what does Bryan think of all of these mental errors?

Mental errors happen every single game. You’re not going to go out and play one perfect game. That’s how football works. They did stuff and we have to make those corrections. The bad part is it hurt us on a couple of big plays in that game. It’s over and we’re moving on. Like I said, hats off to them. It was a great win for them. Now our main focus is on Arizona.

This is a troubling trend this year, with the mental mistakes. I wouldn’t expect Brandon Moore to be hyper-critical, but it can’t be easy to watch. These “self-inflicted” wounds have to stop.

Topics: Brandon Moore, New York Jets

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