Let’s move along to the fourth quarter of the Jets schedule. In case you have missed it, we have been breaking down the schedule for the Jets’ by quarter, four games each. Today, it is time to break down the final quarter, or the last four games of the 2014 schedule. So here are the final four games:
Finally, at least somewhat of a break in the schedule. Even though three out of the four games are on the road, this is by far the softest part of the schedule. If the Jets enter this part of the schedule in the playoff hunt, they might just be able to make a run here.
The Vikings are beatable. None of their quarterbacks are scary, the Jets can get the heat on them and make them crumble. If they can keep Adrian Peterson in check, which admittedly is a difficult task, the Jets have an excellent chance to take this one.
The following week, we go visit some former Jets in Shonn Greene and Leon Washington. The Titans are also quite the beatable team. Does Jake Locker scare anyone? What about Shonn Greene? Jackie Battle? I don’t think so. The factor that might be a problem, with his outside speed, is Dexter McCluster. They need to keep the ball out of his hands, and the pressure in Locker’s face, and they can win this one.
Over the next two weeks, the Jets’ finish their divisional schedule when they host the Patriots and travel to face the Dolphins. We have had some bad history in week 17 matchups against the Dolphins, but this team should have better chemistry than it did when the problem happened a few years ago. Keep Mike Wallace in check and the Jets should win this one.
Week 16 is against the Patriots, but it is at home. The Jets’ have beaten this team at home more than once during the Rex Ryan era. If the Jets bring their “A” game, the Jets can win this one.
There is the potential for a 4-0 final quarter of the Jets’ schedule. But, that is why we play the games, so we will see what happens.