AFC Championship Game
OK, so the Giants didn’t make the playoffs this year. We all know what happened with the Jets. Even without your favorite team in the mix, Championship Sunday is teed up to be a great one.
Tomlinson said Monday he would rather be enshrined in Canton without a ring than win a title sans his Hall of Fame resume.
Few coaches are cut out for this kind of situation. It takes a deft touch and it will need to be defused. You can’t crush Tebowmania, which is what Rex Ryan will try to do if the situation gets out of hand.
Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis and inside linebacker David Harris said that head coach Rex Ryan has been increasingly more involved in defensive meetings this offseason, according to reports.
The inevitable will happen. And whether it is in Week 1 or the season finale, Tim Tebow will be the New York Jets’ starter, and a player with his eyes towards heaven will see his new team descend to salary cap hell.
In a season filled with boos and criticisms, Mark Sanchez refuses to listen to any of it.
This is the season the New York Jets will go to the Super Bowl. Rex Ryan guarantees it. Heard it all before? Ryan doesn’t care. This is what he believes, and he’s not changing his mind.
Rex Ryan is at it again. Brimming with confidence after his team reached the AFC championship game the past two seasons, the outspoken Jets coach has promised a Super Bowl win next season.
Jets fans can breathe a sigh of relief. Mark Sanchez told Boomer & Carton on Friday morning that he won’t need surgery on his injured right shoulder.
Mark Sanchez won’t need surgery on his injured right shoulder. The Jets quarterback said Thursday doctors told him rest and mild rehabilitation would be enough to return the shoulder to full strength.
Mayor Bloomberg unfurled a Steelers “Terrible Towel” at the New York Public Library on Thursday, making good on his bet with Pittsburgh’s mayor after the Jets lost to the Steelers in the AFC championship.
Jets owner Woody Johnson doesn’t think New York’s AFC Championship game loss was “anyone’s fault.” Cornerback Darrelle Revis has a different opinion.
The Jets’ elimination from the playoffs reduced the average cost of Super Bowl XLV tickets by thousands of dollars.
Rex Ryan’s Jets may have whiffed in the AFC Championship Game, but that didn’t stop two unlikely sources from heaping praise on New York’s boisterous head coach Tuesday night.
I know football players are tough, and Jay Cutler, who has type I diabetes, supposedly wanted to continue to play on Sunday. The reaction, possibly prompted by his poor performance in the first half, seems unjustified.