The miserable Jets were steamrolled by the Dolphins 30-9 on Sunday.
“I’m grateful for another opportunity to play this guy, and he will remember that hit,” Landry said. “Every time he sees me, he will remember that hit. If I’m in the box or I’m coming downhill, whatever, he will remember that hit.”
It seems Dolphins running back Reggie Bush doesn’t feel sorry for the Jets, who lost Darrelle Revis to a season-ending ACL tear on Sunday.
Jets fans feared the worst on Sunday after watching Darrelle Revis go down on the field, clutching his left knee and writhing in pain. All hope was dashed Monday afternoon.
The 49ers had perhaps the most impressive opening game of the season because they went into Green Bay and shut down the league’s best QB in Aaron Rodgers. And the G-Men will still be one of the top defensive teams in the league this year.
A crowd of 9,401 packed into SUNY Cortland Stadium. To nobody’s surprise, there were plenty of No. 15 Tebow jerseys in the crowd, but Sanchez was not devoid of his followers.
The Jets’ Calvin Pace was fined $15,000 for an illegal roughing-the-passer hit on Michael Vick. Pace plans to appeal the fine.
Jim Leonhard will be a sidelined spectator for another Jets playoff push.
This was the Jets team Rex Ryan had promised all season. No doubt about it.
Mark Sanchez threw a touchdown to Santonio Holmes, and the New York Jets’ sturdy defense forced three turnovers in a 27-11 win
It’s amazing what a difference three weeks can make. Three weeks ago, the Jets were stumbling through a three game losing streak, Now, all of a sudden, the Jets find themselves just one game behind the Bills and Patriots for first place in the AFC East.
When you tune in to Sunday’s Jets-Bills game, you may want to keep a close eye on the outside linebacker who stands up at the edge of Mike Pettine’s 3-4 front. That would be Aaron Maybin.
Last night’s game really was that bad, but the Jets are not about to throw it back as they put the brakes on a three game losing streak. “We needed a win in the worst way,” said head coach Rex Ryan. “We’re just happy that we found a way to get one.”
Think the Jets’ defense will be anything less than elite? Rex Ryan has issued a challenge to all naysayers. “Put your negative comments out there,” New York’s confident coach said Tuesday, “and we’ll see what happens at the end.”
The Jets tried to ignore all the criticism that was building outside their locker room. They were being called underachievers and phonies by some fans and media. The players couldn’t help but privately wonder if everyone was right.