It’s a warning teams across the NFL repeatedly refuse to heed: when in doubt, do not, under any circumstances, kick the ball to Brad Smith. Yet, time and again, Smith somehow gets his hands on the pigskin and something game-changing goes down.
Rex Ryan and the New York Jets have been in this spot before. “We lost of six of seven,” Ryan said Monday. “I don’t anticipate doing that.”
To say that the first month of the Jets season was eventful would be the understatement of the year.
Sunday night’s AFC East showdown between Gang Green and the Dolphins in South Florida was certainly overshadowed by Braylon Edwards’ DWI arrest early Tuesday morning.
The Jets found a way to win despite losing Darrelle Revis for the whole second half with an injured hamstring, Nick Mangold for a series with a shoulder injury, and Jason Taylor for a few plays with an injured elbow.
By Peter Schwartz When the Jets face the Ravens on Monday night, Shonn Greene is probably going to be the starting running back, but head coach Rex Ryan said that Ladainian Tomlinson will be in […]
“There’s no place like home!” It’s been a while since the Jets enjoyed the same experience as Dorothy clicking her heels to return to Kansas in “The Wizard Of Oz”.