Only a fool would eulogize the Jets — a first-place team after three games — in Week 4. Yet it won’t be the first time I’ve acted the fool. The Jets’ season is over. Done. Dead. Muerto.
Let’s face it: after Sunday’s 23-20 overtime victory over the Dolphins, the Jets deserve to be in first place about as much as I deserve to be the Pope.
“I’m playing Sunday.” With that simple yet strong statement, Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis insisted Thursday that he would be on the field in Miami.
Bottom line, Scott did more harm than good with his little outburst. He made his team look foolish at 1-0, as if they needed any more bad press after a sometimes comical offseason.
I’ve been having these nightmares—it’s Sunday versus Buffalo and I’m watching the Jets hanging in down 10-9 late in the fourth quarter…
Chad Johnson was barely a factor in last season’s AFC East race while with the Patriots. This year, Rex Ryan and the Jets won’t have to worry about defending the once-feared wide receiver, who was hoping to resurrect his career in Miami.
Patriots coach Bill Belichick wouldn’t remark specifically on Burress, but said working out players is a common occurrence.
The network announced on Tuesday that the Dolphins would be the newest subject of its popular reality series documenting NFL training camps. The seventh season premieres on Aug. 7th, with four more one-hour episodes airing on subsequent Tuesdays.
Yeremiah Bell sought out the advice of Jason Taylor before switching sides from the Dolphins to the Jets.
Coming off a disappointing 8-8 season, the Jets certainly have plenty of needs to address, starting with pick No. 16 in the upcoming NFL draft.
If you’re keeping score at home, the Super Bowl-winning list reads: Tom Brady with three, little brother Eli Manning with two and big brother Peyton Manning with one. And the only way that Peyton has a chance to win another Super Bowl is to leave Indianapolis.
For fans of “the other” New York team, Super Bowl XLVI is about as bad as it gets.
The New York Jets were eliminated from playoff contention Sunday as they were defeated by the Miami Dolphins, 19-17. Mark Sanchez threw three interceptions in the loss.
Mark Sanchez led a Jets’ comeback over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday to keep Gang Green’s playoff hopes alive. His late heroics keep the Jets in playoff contention.
Here’s a guarantee that I feel pretty good about: The Jets will not be AFC East Champions. There will be no changing of the guard. For the Jets to make the playoffs, they will have to go through their familiar route of getting a wild card spot.
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