The New York Jets defensive backfield will be without another key player on Sunday as cornerback Darrin Walls has been listed as doubtful.
New York loses their seventh game in a row as Gang Green falls apart on both sides of the football.
Following a season-opening victory over the winless Oakland Raiders (0-6), the Jets have proceeded to drop six straight contests, including a heart-breaking 27-25 loss last Thursday night in New England.
Many believed that New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan was coaching for his job during the 2014 season. With the team struggling at 1-6 is Rex now on his last legs as the coach of Gang Green?
While the Jets have stumbled to a 1-6 mark in a performance that could ultimately cost the boisterous Ryan his job when all is said and done, Buffalo has managed to keep itself in the division race, though Tom Brady and the Patriots are still the perennial favorites to win another AFC East crown.
New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan is left frustrated after watching his team throw away a victory with stupid mistakes and penalties.
Where should the blame fall for the New York Jets five game losing streak?
Five games later, the Jets have gone from potential AFC East contender to a downright disappointment, leaving many to wonder if head coach Rex Ryan will make it to the end of the season.
The New York Jets’ refuse to lose attitude kept the team competitive late into the fourth quarter.
On one hand, the Jets could turn things around beginning this Sunday at home against Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos and start some momentum. On the other hand, head coach Rex Ryan and the Jets could see an already disappointing 2014 campaign get even worse.
At 1-4 the New York Jets have their backs against the wall. Can the Jets salvage their season?
In a must win game against the San Diego Chargers the New York Jets completely fell on their face in embarrassing fashion.
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.
The Patriots are vulnerable, and Rex Ryan continues to preach patience with slumping quarterback Geno Smith. Insanity?
The New York Jets lost their third game in a row as Geno Smith and the Jets offense continues to struggle.