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.
Kermit The Frog once said, “It’s not easy being green.” That was the case for the Jets in Foxboro Monday night.
There is no team in football more exciting to watch right now than the Jets. There’s also no team out there living more on borrowed time.
New York Jets backup defensive back Marquice Cole will miss the team’s game at Cleveland because of a strained left hamstring.
The New York Jets are emerging from their bye refreshed and healthy. The Green Bay Packers appear to be anything but.
Wednesday was kind of a quiet day in Florham Park as the Jets continued preparations for Sunday’s game against the Packers.
Rex Ryan and his coaching staff huddled up before the bye-week break and drew up a game plan for an imposing opponent: the New York Jets. It was time for some self-scouting.
Cornerback Darrelle Revis is listed as questionable, while linebacker Calvin Pace is probable for the New York Jets’ game against the Broncos in Denver on Sunday.
Coach Rex Ryan said Thursday that he wants both Darrelle Revis and Calvin Pace to travel with the team Friday rather than have them stay back at the facility to rehabilitate their injuries.
As imperfect as these Jets have been through five games, they’re still tied for the NFL lead with four wins and impressing their opponents on a weekly basis.
Cornerback Darrelle Revis and linebacker Calvin Pace are listed as probable for the New York Jets’ game against the Minnesota Vikings on Monday night.
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.”
Jets linebacker Calvin Pace has been ruled out for the fourth straight game with a broken right foot that has sidelined him since late in the preseason.
All-Pro cornerback Darrelle Revis participated in individual drills Friday for the first time since injuring his left hamstring nearly two weeks ago, but will not play in the New York Jets’ game at Buffalo.
After being out since suffering a pre-season foot injury, linebacker Calvin Pace finally saw the light of day and left the training room on Wednesday.