Jets offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer is no stranger to the hot seat. Well, he’s on it again — but Rex Ryan is keeping the faith.
The finger-pointing has started. The losses are mounting. The offense continues to struggle — and the guarantees have stopped. What’s next for the Jets?
Wide receiver mutiny or fiction? Emotions were high in the Jets locker room Sunday regarding a report on embattled offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer.
Botched snaps, lousy throws and lots of turnovers. Throw in a sputtering running game and it all has Jets coach Rex Ryan extremely frustrated.
Mason is heading back to Baltimore this weekend to take on his former team when the Jets (2-1) and Ravens (2-1) square off Sunday night.
Go ahead, double-team one of the big names. Dustin Keller may just make you pay.
Mark Sanchez was unsure what all the fuss was about. The Jets quarterback’s banged-up right arm feels fine, and so does his elbow.
After New York’s emotional comeback win Sunday night, a lot of people are bringing up the “L-word.” How do the Jets avoid a letdown?
Mark Sanchez has heard the whispers through his first two NFL seasons. You know, the people who have said the Jets made it to the last two AFC championship games despite their young quarterback.
Jets running back Shonn Greene says his infected right foot is feeling better and he expects to play in the team’s next preseason game Saturday against the Giants.
After watching Plaxico Burress’ spectacular debut, Santonio Holmes thought about how dangerous the Jets’ passing offense can be. So dominant, he thinks, that he almost feels sorry for the Jets’ opponents. Plax agrees — and then some.
Jets coach Rex Ryan got a real, hard look on Wednesday at Plaxico Burress practicing alongside Santonio Holmes and Derrick Mason. Let’s just say Ryan was pleased with what he saw.
The calendar on the wall says it’s Mark Sanchez’s time to shine, but he’ll never become all that he can be if the Jets begin to forget they are a running football team first, second and, if need be, third.
Mark Sanchez looked sharp, completing 6 of 7 passes, two to Santonio Holmes, in limited duty as the Jets opened the preseason with a 20-16 loss to the Houston Texans at Reliant Stadium on Monday night.
The return of Plaxico Burress will have to wait. Mark Sanchez has work to do with his other receivers anyway when the Jets open their preseason against Houston on Monday night.