Before general manager John Idzik attempts to re-work the Jets through free agency he’s attempting to lure back a few of his own players.
The Jets have a lot of work to do if they plan on taking the next step off a surprising 8-8 season. It appears as if they want to begin their pivotal offseason in the trenches.
Chris Ivory is establishing a reputation for being one of the most physical players in the NFL. From dragging players to powering through tackle attempts, Ivory is one tough guy to bring down.
“Really, he is just a real natural football player,” Mornhinweg said of Powell. “Things come easily to him. You teach him something and then he gets it very quickly.”
The Jets are by no means a great football team. But they have all the makings of being one some day because they are physical and impose their will in the places that matter most: the trenches.
The battle between Jets rookie Geno Smith and first-year Buffalo Bills quarterback EJ Manuel has garnered most of the headlines. But for New York, this game will be all about stopping Mario Williams.
The New York Jets’ offensive line has watched plenty of film of Mario Williams the past few days. The Buffalo Bills’ star defensive end had 4 ½ sacks against Carolina last Sunday, looking very much like the Super Mario of the past.
The New York Jets have re-signed special teamer Josh Mauga.
Darrelle Revis is moving closer to getting back on the football field. Whether that’s with the New York Jets next season remains to be seen.
The New York Jets released veteran linebackers Bart Scott and Calvin Pace and three other players, clearing about $31 million in salary cap space.
Jets have given their fans reason to
I wrote during the week that I was afraid that the San Francisco 49ers would make the Jets look like a high school team. I was right, though I had the wrong root cause.
This week in Pittsburgh I expect the Jets to play well, but there’s no way that the Gang Green offense can duplicate what they did this past week. The Steelers’ defense will give them trouble.
Tebowmania takes off on Sunday as Tim Tebow will make his Jets’ regular season debut on Sunday.
If the Jets light up the MetLife Stadium scoreboard on Sept. 9, all will be forgotten. But if the offense struggles, you can bet the boo-birds will be out.