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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — One shoe or two, Brad Smith was too much for the Bengals.

 

Smith, the Jets' Mr. Everything, scored on an 89-yard kickoff return during which he lost his left shoe and also had a 53-yard touchdown run in New York's 26-10 victory over Cincinnati on Thursday night.

 

Hours after New England beat Detroit to improve to 9-2, New York matched the Patriots and the Jets are off to the second-best start in team history — eclipsed only by the 1986 squad that won 10 of its first 11. And the Jets did it by overcoming a sluggish first half and sending the Bengals (2-9) to their eighth straight loss.

 

 

 

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CP was really bad. Marvin Lewis was worse. Joe Reedy reported that Marvin didn't challenge the punt recovery because he didn't know where his challenge flag was. Marvin countered that he was told not to challenge it from someone in the booth. My guees is Reedy was correct the first time and Marvin couldn't find the flag. If they do have people in the booth telling him when to challenge they're correct about 10 percent of the time. This organization is a joke. Marvin is a joke.

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He couldn't have thrown it in the ocean from 6 feet last night.

 

As bad as he was he was just as good as Sanchez. He's as good as most guys in the league. They have a million issues and IMO CP isn't one of them. They are probably the only team in the NFL that doesn't start a 1st round pick on either line.

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As bad as he was he was just as good as Sanchez. He's as good as most guys in the league. They have a million issues and IMO CP isn't one of them. They are probably the only team in the NFL that doesn't start a 1st round pick on either line.

 

Are we watching the same CP????

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As bad as he was he was just as good as Sanchez. He's as good as most guys in the league. They have a million issues and IMO CP isn't one of them. They are probably the only team in the NFL that doesn't start a 1st round pick on either line.

 

How can you continue to defend CP? Did you not see him throw into triple coverage in the end zone for an interception??????? Doesn't that qualify as an issue?

 

Wake up and smell the coffee... Or atleast just wake up.

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