AFC Championship Game
Sunday’s loss to the Steelers “was probably one of the toughest losses that I’ve had,” said Jets wide receiver Jerricho Cotchery on Tuesday morning with Joe & Evan.
Everything you’ve heard about Pittsburgh and its love for the Steelers is true. But since we live in a talk is cheap society, the only way to know for sure is to visit the Steel City and see for yourself.
Rex Ryan has been talking up his team since he took over as head coach two years ago, so why stop now?
The Jets quarterback said Monday he is “optimistic” he will not need surgery this offseason on his sore right shoulder, but also didn’t rule out a procedure.
Coach Rex Ryan understands how the emotion of a season-ending loss can lead to the frustrated comments by Jets receiver Santonio Holmes.
The Steelers’ 24-19 win over the Jets in the AFC title game Sunday on CBS had a 28.3 rating and 43 share, the highest since the Jaguars-Patriots matchup in January 1997.
After the Jets’ latest disappointing playoff loss, New York fans were left wondering: Who, or what, is to blame?
Maybe Rex Ryan should have made this one personal, too. Too much respect can sometimes be a dangerous thing.
This was not how the season was supposed to end for the Jets. Not in Rex Ryan’s mind, at least.
So that’s that… the Jets’ magical season came to an abrupt conclusion Sunday night in Pittsburgh, as the Steelers handed Gang Green their second consecutive loss in the AFC Championship Game.
Jason Taylor fought back tears as he pondered whether this was the end for him. The 36-year-old Jets linebacker wasn’t sure if he might have played for the last time after a 24-19 loss to the Steelers in the AFC championship Game.
There’s really no other way to say it. The Jets failed to capitalize on an opportunity to go to their first Super Bowl since 1969.
With so much blame to pass around, who do you think was the goat in Sunday’s Jets loss?
Same old Jets? Depends on your definition. If you mean the Jets aren’t in the Super Bowl, you’re correct in the most literal sense. If you mean the Jets are still losers, you’re rather wrong.
Rashard Mendenhall’s 1-yard touchdown run on Pittsburgh’s nine-minute opening drive gave the Steelers a 7-0 lead after one quarter in the AFC championship game Sunday night at chilly Heinz Field.