As far as Sanchez is concerned, there’s no way he won’t be out there under center against Tampa Bay at MetLife Stadium in the season opener.
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“Whoever they bring in, I don’t care,” McKnight said on Thursday in the locker room. “You understand that? I don’t care who they bring in. They’ll have to kill me to take my spot.”
The running back will have a chance to fill the shoes left behind by Shonn Greene, who signed with the Tennessee Titans earlier this week.
According to a report, coach Rex Ryan wanted the backup quarterback to be more involved all season, but offensive coordinator Tony Sparano was opposed to it.
In an otherwise forgettable season, the Jets did get some good news on Wednesday as it was learned that two of the members of their secondary were named to the Pro Bowl.
It may be a waste of money to ask Mark Sanchez to manage games. But if he wants to take the Jets to the postseason, he can’t be asked to make plays.
It was ugly, but the Jets survived with a victory in Jacksonville.
Tim Tebow, whose role in the offense has been limited, fully participated in practice Wednesday despite a rib injury and is expected to play.
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.
Joe McKnight has been upgraded from questionable to active for the Jets’ meeting with the Rams.
Where the Jets want to be is in the playoffs, something safety LaRon Landry swore — literally — is still attainable for Gang Green.
Rex Ryan didn’t exactly lay out future plans, except to say there was nothing radical about them. That should be of great comfort to Jets fans because, you know, things are working so well these days.
Rex Ryan is sticking with Mark Sanchez as the New York Jets’ starting quarterback, but added that the coaching staff will look at “everything” during the bye week because the team has “no wiggle room.”
Bart Scott’s streak of 119 games came to an end on Sunday as he missed the Jets’ game against the Dolphins.