It is Ryan’s responsibility to put the best players on the field. He can take advice from his assistants, but in the final analysis the most important thing that Ryan will do is determine who is out on the field.
As if they don’t have enough public relations problems, bringing in Vick — with his criminal dog-fighting history and a growing injury background that now includes a major concussion — would send the media scurrying for their Twitter accounts.
John Idzik will try to turn things around for the troubled New York Jets. Woody Johnson believes he’s up to the massive task.
The Jets announced the firing of offensive coordinator Tony Sparano during Tuesday’s much-anticipated press conference.
Mark Sanchez blew the second chance that Rex Ryan gave him. Now, it’s Greg McElroy’s turn to be the Jets’ starting quarterback.
In light of the Jets’ struggles this season, you can bet Rams offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer and tackle Wayne Hunter haven’t stopped laughing.
Few coaches are cut out for this kind of situation. It takes a deft touch and it will need to be defused. You can’t crush Tebowmania, which is what Rex Ryan will try to do if the situation gets out of hand.
Joe McKnight remembers looking at the Jets’ new playbook for the first time a few weeks ago and noticing a major difference. It was simple and a lot easier to wrap his head around.
Pass the turkey, pass the gravy — and then pass the remote. There’s a prime-time Thanksgiving matchup you won’t want to miss.
“We’re worried about the 2012 season,” Holmes said Monday, “and if you’re not concerned with that, we don’t have anything else to talk about.”
Mark Sanchez and Santonio Holmes have moved on from their rift. Best buds? Well, maybe not quite yet.
Mark Sanchez says the Jets “lost some of our identity” on offense last season, and insists the rift between him and wide receiver Santonio Holmes has been smoothed over.
On Saturday, a report emerged that the Rams were interested in Schottey, and on Sunday evening, NFL.com’s Mike Lombardi reported that St. Louis offered him the position.
Tony Sparano sat in front of Rex Ryan and rattled off his offensive philosophies and thoughts on how to be a winning football team. He said exactly everything the New York Jets coach needed to hear.
What a difference a day makes. Four Jets have gone on the record with their defense of Mark Sanchez.