CBS Sports broadcaster and ex-Giants quarterback Phil Simms joined Boomer & Carton in-studio on Tuesday morning to break down the Jets’ Sunday stunner over New England.
The Jets left little doubt of their intentions on Sunday. It’s Super Bowl or bust. This is a ready-for-prime time group of players personified by a receiving corps that has proved the old adage true: less can be more if the timing is right.
The old “Same Old Jets” would certainly have lost. In fact, they might not have even been playing. Surely, the old “Same Old Jets” would never have gotten past Peyton Manning and may have even choked away a playoff spot.
Following a week of name-calling, accusations and challenges, the Jets are looking to get past the Patriots and reach the AFC championship game for the second straight season.
Wide receiver Jerricho Cotchery joined WFAN’s Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts on Tuesday to discuss what’s happening around the playoff-bound New York Jets.
The Jets wide receiver talks about the team’s big win against the Steelers on Sunday.
After the Jets’ loss in Foxboro, the countdown began. When will it be time to push the panic button? Well, start pushing!
Six days after an embarrassing loss, things got even worse for the New York Jets. The offense was inexplicably flat, the quarterback was nearly benched and — get this — a coach on the sideline tripped and injured a Miami Dolphins player.
The New York Jets went to New England looking to make a statement. They did. The wrong one.
Jets wide receiver Jerricho Cotchery joined Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts Tuesday to recap New York’s “embarrassing” loss to the New England Patriots Monday night.
New York Jets right tackle Damien Woody expects to play in the team’s game at New England on Monday night despite not practicing while recovering from a sprained knee ligament.
The Giants Antrel Rolle provided interesting insight into how he feels about hearing boos from a home crowd.
New York Jets wide receiver Jerricho Cotchery will miss his second straight game as he recovers from a groin injury.
New York Jets right tackle Damien Woody has a sprained medial collateral ligament in his right knee that could sideline him for the team’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals on Thursday night.
New York Jets right tackle Damien Woody is scheduled to have an MRI exam on his injured right knee, and coach Rex Ryan says his status for the team’s next game is uncertain.