Braylon Edwards told the media on Thursday that the Jets won’t lose to the Bengals this Sunday at the Meadowlands.
From the New York Post:
“We won’t lose this game,” Edwards boldly declared, standing in front of his locker.
“We want it too bad. I don’t think we can lose this game knowing the way our mindset is. Guys aren’t talking about New Year’s Eve. Guys aren’t talking about family. All guys are talking about is the playoffs. All guys are talking about is beating Cincinnati.
“Were all dialed in. We’re all focused on this week. We know all we have to do is win and we’re in. Guys are very, very serious and are approaching this as a Super Bowl.”
Wow Braylon – why to go out on a limb there. Guaranteeing a win over a Bengals team that has already clinched and might not play its starters is as worthless as guaranteeing a win over the computer while playing Madden on your PS3.
Edwards should try concentrating on catching the ball and leaving the guarantees to Joe Willy Namath.
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