If the Jets are comfortable with Mark Sanchez, they simply cannot feel the least bit comfortable with Darrelle Revis. Because all of their talk of due diligence pertaining to improving this team has everything to do with money.
John Idzik stood in front of the masses at the Jets’ facility in Florham Park, N.J., on Thursday and boldly laid out the future for a franchise in dire need of a star map.
Imagine the Jets without Darrelle Revis? Never happen, right? Well, never say never. It’s quite possible it could happen sooner rather than later.
For all the misfortune that seems to follow the Islanders around, it’s often easy to overlook the fact that they employ one of the NHL’s true shooting stars.
Jets fans and reporters won’t shut up about how Tuesday’s press conference in Florham Park was this big abomination, this major embarrassment, this exhibition in deception and false understanding. It was none of those things.
It would be hard for anyone to downplay what the Seattle Seahawks are now capable of heading forward. On Sunday they pretty much defended their well-deserved reputation as the team that nobody wants to face.
When the red-hot Seahawks take on the equally scorching Redskins on Sunday afternoon in our nation’s capital the world will get to see the most fascinating QB battle in recent memory.
There’s always an uproar when the tabloids start in with their use of unnamed sources. But a funny thing happened when Tim Tebow became the subject — and I can’t say I’m surprised.
Here’s the worst-kept secret in professional sports: Mark Sanchez isn’t a starting NFL quarterback. But before you filet Sanchez with a butter knife, redirect some of your angst at the Jets’ front office, which made this whole mess possible.
When it comes to the Jets, there have been but a few stories this season that warranted further attention. One stars Muhammad Wilkerson, a behemoth of a man who has quietly become a very good player.
This might not be the fairest analogy and this doesn’t imply that Tim Tebow is in any way weak minded or has a damaged heart, but in the Jets’ world of the surreal, right now he’s Fredo Corleone.
The Jets are having a brutal season. And it appears some fans have no problem telling them so.
While your initial reaction to Ed Anzalone stepping away from his unofficial role as the Jets’ most visible fan might have been a roll of the eyes or a snicker, just know this: He mattered.
The Jets got back to Rex Ryan family values during their 27-13 victory over St. Louis, dusting off the old cookbook and finding the recipe that made them extremely successful in both 2009 and 2010 — run, run and then run some more.
The Jets are a disaster, and no one change at any position, including quarterback, regardless if the player getting the call is as potentially dynamic as Tim Tebow, will matter.