New York Jets backup quarterback Tim Tebow is not active for the team’s game against the Arizona Cardinals because of a rib injury.
Jets fans love their team, win or lose, and will be taking to the lots at MetLife with enthusiasm and spirit for their team, tempered with a desire to not add their own casualties to this week’s injury list. Here are a few easy rules designed to keep tailgaters safe at MetLife Stadium, without putting a damper on the party.
Both teams’ defenses are normally expected to be aggressive, in-your-face units, but neither has established itself as more than mediocre, at best.
Rex Ryan says the Jets are “looking into” Tim Tebow’s availability and he could be inactive against the Arizona Cardinals
Peter Schwartz knows exactly who should fill Fireman Ed’s shoes — himself.
Ryan isn’t making wild predictions, but the Jets’ coach still believes his team has a shot at the playoffs.
Rex Ryan thinks Tim Tebow will be “ready to go” against the Cardinals on Sunday.
The two-time Pro Bowler has been named the NFC Defensive Player of the Week after recording six tackles, deflecting two passes and picking off two balls thrown by 49ers quarterback Alex Smith.
Five weeks into the season we have two unbeaten teams and one winless team. Drew Brees broke a 52-year-old record once thought to be unbreakable. Everybody is over .500 in the NFC West, and what is wrong with the Packers?
What’s a bigger surprise through the first four weeks of this NFL season: the Cardinals at 4-0 or the Saints at 0-4? Maybe it’s the 3-1 Vikings.
As they prepare for their Sunday night game against the Birds, the Giants may have noticed one thing as they look at film of the Philadelphia offense. Michael Vick doesn’t know what he’s doing anymore.
Joe Benigno breaks down his top 10 teams heading into Week 4 of the NFL season.
Justin Tuck is looking forward to the Giants’ rivalry match-up with the Philadelphia Eagles.
Joe Benigno breaks down his top 10 teams heading into Week 3 of the NFL season. Where do the Giants and Jets sit (or not sit)? You might be surprised.
In the past, it wouldn’t take much to get a battle started. An upstart player would play impressively in training camp while a veteran would report out of shape.Today’s players condition all year long and get familiar with the team’s plays and gameplan at mini-camp and OTAs. However, there are still a number of battles around the NFL that are worth watching.