Well Indy laid down and essentially dug their own grave....
Grave? The number 1 seed that just bashed the Ravens? Ray Rice had a few bursts in there, but didn't make 100 yards. Didn't score. He's pretty good. Manning and the Colts
dominated the clock, not the run-oriented Ravens. Though I despise the Jets, and some of my hatred for the Colts has faded since they left the division, I don't think the Jets are going to go in there and do much of anything. Where Indy laid down was in resting their starters in the next-to-last game. This gave the Jets an easy win, which they followed with an easy win the following week when Cincy rested theirs. While teams in contention like Miami, Houston, Tennessee and Pittsburgh were having brutal, incredible games against each other for survival, the Jets got a free pass.
I have no issue with that, Miami choked it up the last 3 weeks. That spot could have been ours, but they didn't play for it. If it was a tie or some technicality that got the Jets over us I'd be sore, but its not.
We played our asses off. We simply were not good enough to win with the personnel we had. Remove a Ferguson and an Allen and a Brown, and we were good enough to compete but not dominate. It's actually a relief of sorts, because at least we know now that losing Penny doesn't spell disaster (which each of us feared to some extent before this season started).
NY cant beat either team in the NFC as far as I see it....
I don't think they can beat any of the three remaining teams.