The scoreboard Sunday may say that it is time, finally, for the Jets coach to admit his arch-rival truly got the better of him. If he didn’t kiss anything before, he might as well now. And we’re not talking about rings.
Can the New York Jets go toe-to-toe with one of the best teams in the National Football League?
Can the Denver Broncos get back to their winning ways or will Miami hang another loss on Manning and company?
There’s a team that’s being virtually ignored in the AFC, and tit may be able to keep the Patriots from getting back to the top of the football world.
This is the last thing New York Jets fans need to hear. But here it is: Tom Brady could have been drafted by the green and white, if only one scout had his way.
The Patriots turned their season around in plenty of time. It’s probably too late for the Jets, especially if they drop their sixth straight game on Thursday night.
Jason discusses Tom Brady, Bill Belichick, and the Patriots not being done yet.
The masses and pundits are lunging over each other to put the postmortems on the Brady/Belichick dynasty, with the death blow delivered by the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday night.
Asked about the quarterback situation in New England, coach Bill Belichick replied with a disgusted look. This has been one rough start for Tom Brady and the Patriots.
NFL head coaches tend to be more revered than their counterparts in Major League Baseball, the NBA and the NHL. Tom Coughlin is still viewed as elite, and deservedly so.
What would training camp be without Rex Ryan shooting off at the mouth? Love him or hate him, he’s always good for a bold statement every, oh, day or so.
Add yet another chapter to the long-running saga that is the Jets-Patriots rivalry. But, here’s a new twist: Rex Ryan actually defended Bill Belichick. Wait. Say what?
Former Jets defensive coordinator and current Cleveland Browns head coach Mike Pettine has a theory many Gang Green supporters aren’t going to like.
The Jets and general manager John Idzik should be able to see the handwriting on the wall. The Patriots’ way is either dead or dying. Their time at the top of the division is running out.
Wes Welker swears he doesn’t dwell on his costly drop in the Super Bowl two years ago that could have sealed New England’s win over the New York Giants