The former Jets wideout tweeted his thoughts Monday night on New York’s quarterback controversy, pulling no punches. At all.
It isn’t one moment or mantra or mistake that felled the Jets this year, or any of the last 43 years. There is a systemic sickness in them, and it’s hard to find a cure.
Why not go all in? Bring Terrell Owens into the circus. Ryan can wear a ringmaster outfit on the sidelines, something the Jets could market in advance of Halloween. Set up three small rings on the sideline. Owens could ride in on a white horse.
The hits keep coming for Mark Sanchez. The latest knock came from one of Sanchez’s favorite former targets, current Seahawks wide receiver Braylon Edwards.
It seems Braylon Edwards won’t be making a repeat appearance with the Jets.
For the moment, the Jets have the 16th pick in the draft. Based on prior history, there’s a pretty good chance they will trade out of that selection, most likely up.
GM Mike Tannenbaum watched as his team stumbled to an 8-8 finish, a severe disappointment after countless Super Bowl promises from Rex Ryan.
It appears Burress, No. 17 with the Jets, may be replaced by the player who previously sported the same jersey number.
In a season of disappointment, inconsistency and one weird event after another enveloping the Jets, Plaxico Burress, of all people, has been the one of the few members of this organization who has performed as advertised.
This is the season the New York Jets will go to the Super Bowl. Rex Ryan guarantees it. Heard it all before? Ryan doesn’t care. This is what he believes, and he’s not changing his mind.
Santonio Holmes. Plaxico Burress. Derrick Mason. It’s the Jets’ revamped receiving corps, Mark Sanchez believes it can be even better than the group he threw to last season.
It’s official: Braylon Edwards is no longer an option for the Jets. The San Francisco 49ers signed Edwards to a $3.5 million, one-year contract Thursday.
On probation after pleading guilty to a DWI charge in Manhattan, former Jets wide receiver Braylon Edwards was reportedly involved in a Birmingham, Michigan bar brawl on Monday that left two bouncers with minor injuries.
One would think Braylon Edwards is doing everything in his power to stay out of trouble and make himself desirable to potential suitors – one might think that anyway.
Damned if you do, damned if you don’t. That’s the rule of law in Jets Nation. Somehow, some way many of the fans always seem to forget just how good of a general manager Mike Tannenbaum is.