Without Darrelle Revis, the Jets are a team full of holes.
Mark Sanchez better hope he can get it working in the opener Sunday. Especially with the Tebowmaniacs ready to flex their vocal chords for New York’s high-profile backup.
Revis needs to play above himself, which means that he has to be better than the best. It is a tall order for the league’s best defensive player, but the fate of the Jets’ season rests on Revis being better than himself.
Jim Leonhard, Ryan Williams, Nate Allen and Clint Sintim are amongst NFL sufferers from recent seasons who could counsel the newest members of the patellar tendon club.
Sanchez or Tebow? It just doesn’t matter! Because no matter who they pick, the Patriots are STILL the better team and this will be ANOTHER year without a Super Bowl!
A crowd of 9,401 packed into SUNY Cortland Stadium. To nobody’s surprise, there were plenty of No. 15 Tebow jerseys in the crowd, but Sanchez was not devoid of his followers.
Jim Leonhard, the starting safety the last three seasons, will not re-join the team after tearing his right patellar tendon and having major knee surgery.
Yeremiah Bell sought out the advice of Jason Taylor before switching sides from the Dolphins to the Jets.
Some guys you just hate to say goodbye to. Leonhard is one of them.
The Jets just weren’t good enough to be a playoff team in 2011-12. Sunday’s 19-17 loss to the Dolphins was a fitting end to a season full of unfulfilled promises, inconsistent play, and turmoil.
While watching the Jets’ 45-19 loss, one question kept echoing in my mind: What did they do in practice this week?
Patellar tendon ruptures are relatively rare and they occur most often in people younger than 40.
NEW YORK (WFAN/AP) — The Jets have signed veteran safety Gerald Alexander, adding depth to the position two days after Jim Leonhard was lost for the season because of a knee injury. Alexander, a former […]
The Jets are in prime position to secure the final AFC wild card spot — but they’ll have to make that final push without starting safety Jim Leonhard. Again.
Everything seems to be falling into place — again — for Rex Ryan and the Jets. Well, almost everything.