As the Jets head into their bye week, you know what you can say about Gang Green’s playoff chances? Bye Bye!
It’s tough to find clever ways to eulogize the Jets, who have no identity on offense, and little talent on defense.
The Jets retired Dennis Byrd’s number 90 on Sunday. The fans at MetLife Stadium gave the inspirational Byrd a standing ovation.
You can expect a lot of hard hitting. And the Jets are ready for that from the Dolphins on Sunday.
Byrd’s triumph over tragedy will take center stage this Sunday when his No. 90 jersey is retired at halftime of the Jets-Dolphins game at MetLife Stadium. The painful memories of that fateful December Sunday from 20 years ago will surely come to mind.
It was an embarrassing Sunday for the Jets as they stunk up MetLife Stadium.
This is shaping up to be quite a weekend for Gang Green. The highlight of Friday’s practice was when Mark Sanchez threw a “game-winning” touchdown to Patrick Turner, after the defense dominated almost all of the workout.
The Jets will retire Hall of Fame running back Curtis Martin’s No. 28 in an opening-day ceremony on September 9, when the team opens the season at MetLife Stadium against the Bills.
A week after the New York Jets carried his jersey to midfield, former defensive end Dennis Byrd has joined them as an honorary captain for the coin toss before the AFC championship game against the Steelers.
The coach known for his creative inspirational techniques was just making the point that the Jets don’t need any extra motivation in Sunday’s AFC championship game.
This Sunday, Dennis Byrd will walk with the Jets players as their honorary captain for the coin toss before the AFC championship game against the Steelers in Pittsburgh on Sunday night.
Dennis Byrd wrapped up his old, torn jersey, the one cut from his body more than 18 years ago, and sent it to Rex Ryan as a gift.