This week in Pittsburgh I expect the Jets to play well, but there’s no way that the Gang Green offense can duplicate what they did this past week. The Steelers’ defense will give them trouble.
Mark Sanchez and Santonio Holmes have moved on from their rift. Best buds? Well, maybe not quite yet.
Mark Sanchez was all smiles in front of his locker for the first time in weeks, knowing exactly what this win meant for the Jets.
The Jets are ready to put their three game losing streak in their rear-view mirrors as they welcome the 0-4 Dolphins to MetLife Stadium on Monday night.
I didn’t want to believe Santonio Holmes was a diva. I really wanted to believe Holmes is just a fiery guy with an eye on nothing but winning, as his Super Bowl ring and MVP would seem to suggest. I was wrong. He’s a diva.
Jets wide receiver Santonio Holmes said the team is heading into its game against the Dolphins with “a feeling of desperation.”
The Jets dumped Derrick Mason on the Texans and then claimed the move was spurred by Mason’s non-production and the team’s desire to get Jeremy Kerley seriously into the wide receiver mix.
Derrick Mason came to the Jets expecting to be a major contributor for what he hoped would be a Super Bowl run to cap a terrific career. Instead, his role was diminished after just five weeks.
He had issues with the playbook, mostly because there were no plays for him in it.
Craig has been known to be very ‘touchy-feely.’ So it came as no surprise when he expressed a desire to wrap his arms around David Ortiz and give him a big bear-hug to welcome him to New York.
Derrick Mason couldn’t shape up, so the Jets shipped him out.
Jets fans have never accepted Brian Schottenheimer as one of their own. And the reason is simple: Gang Green always seems to need a month to do what other teams often do in a minute.
Craig has been worried about the Jets for awhile now, but in light of recent events his level of concern is steadily rising.
With the Jets’ trade of Derrick Mason Tuesday night to the Houston Texans for a conditional seventh-round draft pick, Craig declares that the fans have been lied to and that we’re starting to see cracks in Rex Ryan’s armor.
Mason’s role was greatly diminished in New York’s 30-21 loss at New England on Sunday, while rookie Jeremy Kerley mostly filled his spot as the No. 3 receiver.