Jim Leonhard will be a sidelined spectator for another Jets playoff push.
Sometimes in life, things come in threes. Three weeks ago, the Jets were reeling. Three weeks later — make that three wins later — destiny is in the hands of Gang Green.
It’s hard to find anything bad about the Jets’ 37-10 win over the ragged Chiefs Sunday. But here’s one negative. One big thing, actually.
This was the Jets team Rex Ryan had promised all season. No doubt about it.
There isn’t any official word on Jim Leonhard’s status but the Jets fear his season could be over. Leonhard was carted off following a right knee injury on Sunday.
The Jets maintained their pace in the AFC playoff race by defeating the Kansas City Chiefs 37-10 on Sunday.
Jets’ special teams coach Mike Westhoff is trying to cut down miscues on special teams. The Jets returners have had issues fumbling punts in recent weeks.
These nerve-racking Jets sure have a flair for the dramatic lately. Maybe that deflating loss to Tim Tebow nearly three weeks ago rubbed off a little.
Grow up, guys. Mark Sanchez is supposed to be a big boy.
The booing began as soon as Mark Sanchez jogged onto the field at MetLife Stadium. It’s been that kind of season for the Jets’ maligned quarterback.
The Jets know they got away with one against the Bills on Sunday. But Jim Leonhard isn’t about to give the fans at MetLife Stadium a pass.
Despite two straight losses, the Jets remain very much alive in the AFC playoff picture. However, at 5-5, with all five losses coming within the AFC, the Jets have run out of wiggle room. The playoffs start right now for Gang Green.
Even with gloom and doom being the overwhelming feeling among fans and the media, the Jets believe they can still turn things around.
Mark Sanchez has built his own reputation for comebacks — but he couldn’t engineer another Thursday night.
The Jets have watched as much film as they can gather on Tim Tebow, and still aren’t quite sure what to expect.