With five straight losses and a short week coming up, the Jets are spiraling out of control. Next up: the archrival Patriots in Foxboro.
He’s still not much of a quarterback. But Sunday wasn’t all Geno Smith’s fault. Lay this one on a defense that couldn’t keep the heat on Peyton Manning — and paid the price.
Dee Milliner was seen leaving MetLife Stadium on a cart after the game, crutches at his side. Coach Rex Ryan said simply that it was an Achilles tendon injury, but nothing more.
Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos were absolutely disastrous the last time they played at MetLife Stadium. The Jets have been more of an ongoing disaster, one which has left coach Rex Ryan admitting that his job could be on the line.
On one hand, the Jets could turn things around beginning this Sunday at home against Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos and start some momentum. On the other hand, head coach Rex Ryan and the Jets could see an already disappointing 2014 campaign get even worse.
The Jets’ backup QB was stunningly critical when he acknowledged he wasn’t prepared to play last Sunday. The comments drew the ire of fans and the media — and kudos from his head coach.
Smith is in a rut, on and off the field. But he’s getting another chance to hold on to his starting job, and knows that if he doesn’t improve quickly, he could end up back on the sideline — maybe for good.
Peyton Manning is seen as one of, if not, the greatest quarterback to play in the NFL. After the five-time MVP’s performance against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, it is fitting to remember why Manning is so loved by fans, non-fans, and those within the league.
The coach is blaming himself, the QB situation is a mess and the defense suddenly can’t stop anyone. The Jets are 1-4, on a four-game skid and facing a season on the verge of spiraling out of control.
Wes Welker is in a bad way right now. In the midst of recovering from his third concussion in 10 months, the veteran wide receiver was reportedly suspended four games by the NFL on Tuesday for violating the league’s drug policy.
Let’s take a look at the five best teams in the NFL heading into the 2014 season.
Peyton’s brain is always one step ahead of everyone on the gridiron. No. 18 keeps the chains moving like no one else in his profession.
So it is with my jaded view of the world that I address the Ben Roethlisberger – Emmanuel Sanders feud. Sanders said that his new quarterback, Peyton Manning, is a much better leader than his old quarterback, Big Ben. And thus the verbal jousting began, feathers flexed, talons out.
The big screen lost a legend, while sports lost their greatest motivator.
The Manning brothers are at it again. No, not on the football field, but in a brand new music video.