Jets fans, get ready for another year of “Mayhem.”
West Virginia announced Thursday that Smith is returning to the Jets to coach the outside linebackers. The school didn’t give a reason for Smith’s departure.
Unlike the BCS, there are no style points. The bottom line is that the Jets took care of business and kept themselves alive in the AFC playoff race.
Practically a statistical zero in Buffalo, Maybin has revived his NFL career with Ryan and the Jets. Hey, the Bills’ loss is the Jets’ gain.
The Jets have now won three in a row but things are far from perfect. They still have a lot of cleaning up to do, especially on the offensive side of the ball.
When you tune in to Sunday’s Jets-Bills game, you may want to keep a close eye on the outside linebacker who stands up at the edge of Mike Pettine’s 3-4 front. That would be Aaron Maybin.
The Jets’ up-and-down defense just got some bad news. “That’s going to be a huge loss to us, obviously,” Ryan said after announcing LB Bryan Thomas will miss the rest of the season.
Mark Sanchez got off the field in one piece, and that might have been the only good thing about his encounter with the relentless Ravens defense.
Aaron Maybin is back with the Jets, and he hopes it’s for good this time.
Take two. The Jets have re-signed Aaron Maybin after waiving him earlier this month.
The Jets have waived linebacker Aaron Maybin, a day after the former Buffalo bust made New York’s initial 53-player roster, and claimed backup quarterback Kevin O’Connell off waivers from Miami.
Think the Jets’ defense will be anything less than elite? Rex Ryan has issued a challenge to all naysayers. “Put your negative comments out there,” New York’s confident coach said Tuesday, “and we’ll see what happens at the end.”
The final score was irrelevant. It means nothing. Here’s the most important thing to come out of the Jets’ 27-7 win over the Bengals on Sunday night. 3 catches, 66 yards and a 26-yard touchdown catch for Plaxico Burress.
Boom or bust? Aaron Maybin is out to prove he can make it in the NFL — and he wasted no time getting on the field with the Jets.
After missing Monday’s pre-season opener with a sprained left ankle, WR Plaxico Burress was back on the practice field at training camp on Wednesday.