The Jets lost to an inferior team sans its most superior player and nothing to play for. In a league built by parity, the Jets remain a parody.
Rex Ryan expects Brian Schottenheimer to be running the New York Jets’ offense again next season. Unless, of course, the embattled offensive coordinator becomes a head coach elsewhere.
Jets offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer is aware of the mounting criticism. “It’s out of my control. I’m an excellent football coach,” he said.
I tend to scratch my head when it comes to this notion that Rex Ryan can get his head handed to him by the pedestrian at best Giants and then come back two days later and start yapping again. It’s almost buffoonery.
Rex Ryan was humbled, his boasts little more than hot air. Forget kings of the city. The New York Jets are now a desperate team on the verge of missing the playoffs for the first time since Ryan took over as coach.
It was not a good Christmas Eve for the Jets in more ways than one. The worst part of course was the 29-14 loss to the Giants that has put the Jets post-season hopes in peril.
The Jets wide receiver, adding to a week of trash talk, didn’t hesitate when he was asked to assess the guys he’ll be lining up against Saturday.
Shonn Greene says he’s aware of all the expectations people had for him in his first season as the New York Jets’ starting running back.
Jets’ special teams coach Mike Westhoff is trying to cut down miscues on special teams. The Jets returners have had issues fumbling punts in recent weeks.
Rex Ryan doesn’t think the MetLife Stadium crowd will be booing Mark Sanchez Sunday. At least, not before the game.
Rex Ryan hoped Tom Moore would stay a while after the offensive guru got to the Jets’ facility last week. Well, it turns out he’ll be seeing lots more of Moore.
After Rex Ryan announced yesterday that Tom Moore – the Jets offensive consultant and former offensive coordinator of the Indianapolis Colts – will be with the team on the sidelines for the rest of the season, Craig had himself a perma-grin.
Following Sunday’s anxiety-inducing win, fans of the victorious visiting team lined the railings overlooking the player tunnel to the field. There, in their own way, they belted out a chorus or two of “Hail to the Chief.” It was fitting.
LaDainian Tomlinson is feeling better than he usually does at this point in the season. And that’s even coming off a sprained left knee.
Craig did his best to hold back the laughter when talking about the comments by Jets offensive coordinator Brian Shottenheimer following the signing of his 2-year extension with the Jets.