The Jets are converting special teamer Joe McKnight to cornerback.
“We’ve always said from Day 1 that we can do it 20 times, 40 times, 10 times, two times, whatever, but we determine that, OK?” Ryan said Tuesday.
As far as this theory that a starting quarterback’s rhythm can be disrupted by the Wildcat, Pennington says that’s nonsense.
If you take into consideration the average Jets fan’s usual penchant for saying the sky is falling, Friday’s performance against the Bengals was a huge red flag. It wasn’t. In fact, it meant very little in the grand scheme of things.
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!
Call it what it is, but this fight isn’t a circus. Instead, it was the fight of a team hungry to prove a point. It is a point that they might just make with the rest of the league in Week 1.
The fact that Joe McKnight sparked a 20-player brawl Monday should be taken as a hopeful sign. If nothing else, the offense is getting feisty. And heaven knows, it could use a little salt in its diet these days.
It seems there’s never a dull moment in Cortland. At least when the Jets are in town.
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.
Tim Tebow excelled in the Wildcat offense at Jets’ camp on Thursday, scoring three touchdowns.
The Jets need to face reality. If they hope to once again have the NFL’s most fearsome ball-control offense they should really consider getting Shonn Greene some help — like now.
Getting back to Cortland could not have come at a better time for the Jets. They are trying to turn the page on the locker room turmoil of a year ago as they look to regain the chemistry and the magic that they had during the first two years of the Rex Ryan era.
Tim Tebow’s role with the Jets is unclear, but he’s prepared for anything.
Both the Giants and Jets are hoping to see a rested, educated group walk into upstate New York ready to hit the ground running — in a most literal sense.
The Jets just completed a series of organized team activities and a mini camp and appear to be in a solid position to hit training camp next month on the fly and ready for serious work.