For all the talent Mike Tannenbaum has accumulated on this roster, a group of 53 players as talented as any in the league, this star-studded group has no glue holding it together.
Even today in New York, people are still talking about Tim Tebow’s inability to throw a football. While these people are right, they can’t see the forest for the trees: the intangibles that Tim Tebow brings to the table are off the charts.
New York Jets running back LaDainian Tomlinson has a sprained medial collateral ligament in his left knee and his status for the team’s game at Denver on Thursday night is uncertain.
The NFL is looking into an Internet video that appears to show New York Jets coach Rex Ryan using an obscenity while angrily responding to a fan after the team’s 37-16 loss to the New England Patriots.
A team once known for “Playing Like a Jet” is now lacking an identity, and that’s what Ryan should be apologizing for. In stopping short in his postgame remarks, Ryan failed to embrace the heart of the matter.
Fresh off the last night’s dismantling of the Jets, Patriots head coach Bill Belichick joined Joe and Evan to talk about the game.
Here’s a guarantee that I feel pretty good about: The Jets will not be AFC East Champions. There will be no changing of the guard. For the Jets to make the playoffs, they will have to go through their familiar route of getting a wild card spot.
With everything to gain or lose, the Jets chose the latter. Last night wasn’t about tactics; it was about temerity. The Patriots wanted it more. Much more. There’s no other way to explain the score despite the disparity in talent.
Boomer & Craig had plenty to get to on this Monday edition of the Mornin’ Extravaganza, The Giants saw their two game lead in the NFC East cut in half after they lost 27-20 to the 49ers and then the Jets got manhandled by the Patriots to the tune of 37-16.
This week there is no need for the Jets to talk big and the Patriots don’t want to fan the fire. The balance of power has shifted in the AFC East and both teams sense it.
What seemed impossible a month ago is now reality. The Jets and Patriots meet on Sunday night at MetLife Stadium with first place in the AFC East on the line.
How do we go from the dark dungeon of Penn State to the bright lights of gameday? Are we wrong for trying? Maybe this weekend will take our minds back to basics, to the joy of football.
Since a 30-21 loss at New England on Oct. 9 the Jets have turned their defense around. Not that it was at all bad at the beginning of the season. It’s just that the dominant defense Rex Ryan insisted the Jets would have has started to show up in a big way.
Who better to talk about the 49ers success this year than a man who wore their uniform for all 12 years of his outstanding career. Now a CBS analyst, Randy Cross weighs in on the Niners outstanding start. Are they for real?
Jets fans this is your chance to turn that big, gray stadium into a green-clad Bedlam, a cauldron where no opponent, much less a truly ticked off New England Patriots squad, would dare to tread without a good silent count at the ready.
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