Not that it’s fun to poke fun at the Jets, but these days, it’s just so darn easy. What went down Sunday was yet another example of bad fortune that this team has experienced during its history.
Since the glory days of Broadway Joe, finding a franchise quarterback has been an elusive and often frustrating undertaking for a team that has rarely had a dominant player at the position.
Before saying goodbye, Craig put the Rhodes Scholar finalist to the test by asking him some questions fit for one hoping to land a job with Google…
This is the fourth year the NFL has had ex-players announce their old clubs’ picks. The second and third rounds are May 9 at Radio City Music Hall.
He isn’t the “Sanchise.” It is something that Jets fans need to come to grips with; the reality that now in his fourth year, quarterback Mark Sanchez isn’t going to be the second coming of Joe Namath.
As far as this theory that a starting quarterback’s rhythm can be disrupted by the Wildcat, Pennington says that’s nonsense.
An old, friendly face was at Jets Training Camp in Cortland on Tuesday. Ex-Jets quarterback Chad Pennington graced his presence in upstate New York to visit the team.
With the Jets, I have to deal with schizophrenia. Keep expectations low. Don’t invest your passion this year. It has never been as easy as it sounds.
The booing began as soon as Mark Sanchez jogged onto the field at MetLife Stadium. It’s been that kind of season for the Jets’ maligned quarterback.
If there is a season, count Chad Pennington out. Rehabbing from shoulder and knee injuries, the former Jets quarterback won’t suit up this year. He’ll instead take a seat in upstairs in the television booth.
Jerricho Cotchery and Damien Woody would be recovering and working at their team’s facilities had there been no lockout. They normally would be fighting the itch to rush back and join their teammates for minicamps and the like. This year, they might be benefiting from the work stoppage.
Former Jets quarterback Chad Pennington continued his run of hard luck this week, tearing his anterior cruciate ligament not on the football field, but the basketball court.
Former Jet quarterback Chad Pennington has decided to try another comeback.
As the Jets continue to battle during this year’s playoffs, we took a look back at some of the most memorable moments in the franchise’s history.
Chad Henne has been competing against Mark Sanchez every week for a few months now. Not so much personally on the field, but through fans on sports radio and the media in newspaper columns and internet blogs comparing the two.