After last year’s Super Bowl boasts and disappointing 8-8 finish, Jets coach Rex Ryan quit the guarantee-making business. But look who has taken the baton.
Alex Rodriguez may not be the most popular guy in MLB circles. But according to Forbes, the Yankees slugger got the last laugh — at the bank.
The Jets reportedly gained some much-needed wiggle room Thursday.
The Jets need a lot of help to reach the postseason, but they have no chance if they don’t take care of their own business against the Dolphins.
New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis has been selected to his fourth consecutive Pro Bowl, his third straight as a starter.
The bottom line is that the NFL doesn’t care about which player said what – it will simply look at the final score Saturday afternoon and adjust the standings.
Christmas, Christmas time is near. Time to sell your seats this year?
Sometimes in life, things come in threes. Three weeks ago, the Jets were reeling. Three weeks later — make that three wins later — destiny is in the hands of Gang Green.
This was the Jets team Rex Ryan had promised all season. No doubt about it.
After two straight losses, perhaps facing the Patriots is the tonic the Jets need.
A day after a federal judge ended the NFL’s 45-day lockout, a small group of Jets showed up at the team’s facility Tuesday but were told they would not be allowed to train or work out.
The New York Jets have been outstanding at times, lucky at others and coming up with victories any way they can.
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.”
The Jets close out their preseason schedule on Thursday night against the Eagles in Philadelphia. Gang Green will only have 36 players in uniform, as most of the starters will have the night off.