D'Brickashaw Ferguson Predicts 'Greatness' For New York Jets

Just when it seems that maybe, just maybe, head coach Rex Ryan has learned his trash-talking lesson, it seems like New York Jets' Pro Bowl left tackle D'Brickashaw Ferguson has taken up where his coach is trying to leave off.

Ferguson predicted "greatness" for the Jets during a recent NFL.com pdocast.

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"We’re gonna do some nice things this year," Ferguson said. "The focus should be on what’s gonna happen this year, and what’s in our power to do. We have greatness written all over us. It’s just a matter of time."

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So, Ryan Kalil has predicted a Super Bowl title for the Carolina Panthers. Michael Vick has talked about the Philadelphia Eagles becoming a dynasty. Now, Ferguson predicts greatness for Gang Green.

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Didn't anybody learn anything from the 2012 Super Bowl champion New York Giants and the way they go about their business? Talk is cheap, guys. Keep quiet and go prove it on the field.

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