Chanukah: Eight Crazy Nights of New York Jets: Night Two

Nov 24, 2013; St. Louis, MO, USA; St. Louis Rams wide receiver Tavon Austin (11) carries the ball for a 65 yard touchdown during the first half against the Chicago Bears at the Edward Jones Dome. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports

Happy Thanksgiving once again everyone. And happy second night of Chanukah. By now, most of you have probably lit the candles for the second night, and have moved on with your evening. So, let’s move into the Schechter house once again, and see what the Jets have given me for the second night.

Last night, the Jets gave me a peaceful break from Mark Sanchez.  So, what did John Idzik and company put in the box for me tonight?


Obviously, the box can’t have a first round pick in it, the draft doesn’t happen until April. So, the box is small, because it has a coupon, promising that the Jets will finally stop taking defense on the first round, and take a dominant wide receiver instead.

Wouldn’t it be nice to have gotten the guy pictured to the right? Tavon Austin has turned into quite the offensive threat. Can you imagine what a weapon like that would feel like? It’s hard. It’s been a long time, so that is my second night wish list gift.

Topics: Chanukah, New York Jets, Wide Receiver

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