Maybe now Rex Ryan will keep his mouth shut for a while.
As I sit here, the Patriots just went ahead of the Jets, 45-3, in what was supposed to be the "Game of the Year," a term that seems to get thrown around every two weeks or so.
Ryan spent all of the offseason tweaking Patriots every chance he got. He was emboldened when the Jets beat the Pats, 28-14, early in the season.
But the Patriots are $&@$stomping the Jets tonight.
The fact is this, the Jets are a fraud. Mark Sanchez might be the most overrated quarterback in the NFL. He still doesn't read defenses well and constantly forces passes into places they should not go.
If you get ahead of New York and take the Jets running game out of the equation, they're in trouble.
And as we saw in this game, the defense is a bit overrated as well.
Realistically, the Patriots are the top team in the league right now with the Steelers and Ravens right behind them.
And even those three teams have flaws that could be fatal in the postseason.
But when your flaw is your quarterback, that's a pretty big one to overcome.