Gang Green finished the season 8-8. With some additions can New York contend in 2014?
The Jets enter Sunday’s game relatively healthy. Will Gang Green be able to knock the Dolphins out of the playoff picture?
Geno Smith threw two touchdown passes to David Nelson and ran in another score as the New York Jets topped the Cleveland Browns 24-13 on Sunday in their home finale.
The fading Jets are now 6-8 after their 30-20 loss to the Panthers. Their playoff hopes are on life support.
Chris Ivory is establishing a reputation for being one of the most physical players in the NFL. From dragging players to powering through tackle attempts, Ivory is one tough guy to bring down.
The New York Jets set a season high for points and snapped a three-game skid with a 37-27 victory over the Oakland Raiders on Sunday.
Antonio Cromartie has not practiced for the second straight day because of an ailing hip. His status remains uncertain for Sunday’s game against the Dolphins.
Rookie quarterback Geno Smith has struggled mightily lately, having completed 25 passes in his past three games. That’s 25 total — eight against New Orleans, eight at Buffalo and nine against Baltimore.
Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie did not practice because of an ailing hip. He could be a game-time decision Sunday against the Dolphins.
“We embrace the challenges, this team,” tight end Konrad Reuland said. “We truly believe we can beat any team we line up against.”
The Jets graduated Sunday. They beat a good Saints team, led by a good quarterback in Drew Brees, 26-20, through timely offense and fantastic defense.
New York’s running game and physical defense spearheaded a surprise win over New Orleans.
What makes sports so fascinating to watch? You can’t know for certain what will transpire.
The Jets and their fans waited almost three months to see if Chris Ivory was worth the investment. If he keeps this up he will prove to be the ultimate steal.
The New York Jets went back to their ground and pound ways to beat the archenemy Patriots.