“I heard about this extra money that they have,” Namath said. “I don’t know what they’re saving it for, myself, looking at the talent they have out there right now.”
Mired in a 3-game losing streak, it is time for the New York Jets to take out their frustrations on the field, not off of it.
New York Jets fullback Tommy Bohanon broke his collarbone in the team’s 24-17 loss to the Detroit Lions on Sunday and has been placed on injured reserve.
My premise then and now is simple. The Giants are stable, a fixed totem pole where no one is jostling for all the credit or the glory. The Jets, by contrast, have fatal holes in their hierarchy.
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It’s fair to say the Jets’ defense doesn’t always live up to the hype. Muhammad Wilkerson, arguably the team’s best player up front, agrees.
The Patriots are vulnerable, and Rex Ryan continues to preach patience with slumping quarterback Geno Smith. Insanity?
The news of EJ Manuel losing his starting job in Buffalo can’t sit well with Jets quarterback Geno Smith, who has been under intense criticism for his shaky play.
Before those in the Green and White have to think about writing off the season, they will look to right the ship this weekend against a Chargers’ squad that dismantled Jacksonville 33-14 this past Sunday. That win came on the heels of victories over Seattle and Buffalo.
Rex’s Jets are 1-3, have lost three in a row and can’t cover anyone in the passing game. And Rob’s Saints have been even worse than his brother’s bunch.
Boomer and Craig got things started this Tuesday morning by talking about the 1-3 Jets and how Rex’s Gang Green is still in the thick of things despite a lackluster start.
Geno Smith and the rest of the New York Jets’ offense got together and huddled up. Behind closed doors. No coaches. No media.
Saunders had served as New York’s primary punt returner in the team’s first three games, but was benched after a costly fumble last Monday night against the Bears.
“The Jets, from their head coach through their general manager through the organization, are lost,” Francesa said. “It’s typical, because all they do is say the same things.”
“Shut up,” Richardson said. “If that’s the case, produce a child who can come and make it to the NFL and let’s see what he’s got. Other than that, just shut up. We’ve got coaches to do that.”
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