If anything, Thursday night in New England showed how poor this team is — they couldn’t take a game that was practically given to them.
The Jets suffered their sixth straight loss, the longest streak in Rex Ryan’s six seasons as coach, after taking a 19-17 lead with just under 9 minutes left in the third quarter.
It’s debatable whether the 2013 New England Patriots season was a success or a failure, but it certainly wasn’t boring.
Thanks to big games by running back LaGarrette Blount and linebacker Jamie Collins, the New England Patriots are in the AFC Championship Game once again.
The 2013 season might be the best performance of Bill Belichick’s coaching career.
Tom Brady will be without several playmakers Thursday night. Can the Jets take advantage and steal a win at Gillette Stadium?
Gang Green is getting their chance at the New England Patriots at the right time. The high-powered Patriots have turned down the wattage quite a bit.
Two weeks ago if anyone had said the Jets had a legitimate shot to go into Foxboro in Week 2 and win that person likely would have been laughed out of the room. But the NFL has a strange way of leveling the playing field.
On Twitter, the New England newcomer promised to give $100 for every pass he catches in 2013. He’ll double that each drop.
Patriots owner Robert Kraft delivered several messages Monday at the NFL meetings — and made it clear who is boss in New England.
They’re a circus. Players don’t like circuses. If they did, they’d all know how to juggle by now.
On Monday, Giants co-owner John Mara said his team made “a very substantial offer” to Victor Cruz. The kid from Paterson may want to give it a second look.
Just be thankful that for one day, at least, the Jets gave themselves a foundation upon which to build a season. Now we’ll see if they’ve got the brick and mortar to turn it into an edifice worth looking at.
Mark Sanchez is prepared to tune out distractions ahead of Sunday’s meeting with the Rams.
Steve Spagnuolo made his mark as the defensive coordinator for the Giants before leaving for his first head coaching job with the Rams. He’ll be returning to New York with an injury-ravaged team, much like Big Blue.