In NASCAR there are car wrecks that are so spectacular that the only thing left of the car is the inside roll cage that protects a driver.
With the New York Jets amazingly making the playoffs behind a rookie head coach and rookie quarterback expectations have been raised, especially with the additions of running back LaDainian Tomlinson and wide receiver Santonio Holmes.
Due to those expectations the Jets will be the National Football League’s version of one of those wrecks in 2010.
What Jets head coach Rex Ryan is forgetting is that good teams figure out defenses eventually no matter how good the talent due to tendencies of whoever is making the play calls.
Also, key player along the offensive line like guard Alan Faneca who will be 34 years old this December and offensive tackle Damien Woody who will be 33 in November are up there in football years and their bodies can start breaking down at anytime, which would result in significant time loss to injuries.
In the end, the Jets are all talk and no bite.
Good night and good luck.