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Enemy Reaction 2020: New York Jets (with bonus Ravens vs. Browns!)

New York Jets v Seattle Seahawks Photo by Abbie Parr/Getty Images

Here’s The Deele.

And now here’s the deal: The New York Jets are bad. This is literally going to be the worst team the Seattle Seahawks have ever played in the Pete Carroll era. I would be shocked if they won any of their remaining matchups unless Bill Belichick is in the mood to lose a rematch of a game he almost lost.

It’s cool to have a 40-3 win just so we can enjoy a blowout but even though they are New York sports fans and thus are natural providers of tremendous content, I don’t want to go through the whole game. I’m cutting this week’s Enemy Reaction off at the 1st half, because that was the point that this game ceased being competitive or interesting. No need for post-game write-ups or audio or video to pile on. Instead, I’ll do a little bit of the end of the Ravens vs. Browns classic and then the Preaction includes a little Niners Nation meltdown.

Jets comments are courtesy of Gang Green Nation.


Freddie Swain is all alone for the touchdown (7-3 SEA)

Marcus Maye picks off Russell Wilson (7-3 SEA)

Russell Wilson hits wide open DK Metcalf for the touchdown (14-3 SEA)

Frank Gore fumbles, leading to Jason Myers field goal (17-3 SEA)

Sergio Castillo misses a field goal (17-3 SEA)

...And another one (17-3 SEA)

Chris Carson leaps into the end zone (23-3 SEA)

The end of Sergio Castillo’s New York Jets career (23-3 SEA, 40-3 SEA FINAL)


BONUS: The crazy ending to Baltimore Ravens at Cleveland Browns

Trace McSorley injured, but BAH GAWD IS THAT LAMAR JACKSON’S MUSIC?! (35-34 CLE)

Lamar Jackson returns from pooping cramping, throws go-ahead touchdown to Marquise Brown (42-35 BAL)

Kareem Hunt ties the game up for the Browns (42-42)

Justin Tucker nails the game-winner (45-42 BAL, 47-42 BAL FINAL)

Enemy Preaction: Washington Football Team (with a sprinkling of Niners Nation)


Alright, now it’s time for the Seahawks to resume the NFL portion of their schedule. A few weeks ago the Washington Football Team wouldn’t have felt like such a trap game (apart from the awfulness of their stadium). Now they’re 6-7 and winners of four straight. Their offense may be underwhelming but their defense is legit and we’ll learn a lot about this Seahawks over the course of this game and the rematch with the Rams.

Thanks for reading and go ‘Hawks!