The idea that teams use training camp to get ready for the regular season is basically folly. Teams use the preseason to keep players from getting hurt. Coaches and general managers don’t want to chance season-ending injuries in the preseason.
When the Jets acquired Tim Tebow, Joe Namath wasn’t a fan of the acquisition. He also took it upon himself to question the hiring of Tony Sparano as offensive coordinator. But as fast as you can say “ay ay ay”, Namath has had a change of heart on both subjects.
The Jets legend made it clear Tuesday night that he favors Mark Sanchez to be the starting quarterback for his old team over Tim Tebow.
The Jets flexed their Napoleon complex by trading for Tim Tebow – perhaps the last player they need right now. It was a way of acting out, Big Blue’s little bro showing the world that they can grab a headline or two, too.
The Jets must look to the future and break this trend of renting “hired guns” for a season or two. The future of this team, whether Jets fans like it or not, is Mark Sanchez.
Bill Belichick and Tom Coughlin are long-time friends who share the same old-school philosophy when it comes to saying anything about the opposition. Zip it. Tight. Or else.
While there’s plenty about Joe Namath that many of us know about, there’s always room for more knowledge. That’s where HBO comes into play. Their sports documentaries are always fantastic and they’ve done it again.
“I don’t want them upset with Joe,” said Namath. “But damn it I have to say what I see, what I think, what I feel.”
After Boomer & Craig opened-up today’s Show talking about the Knicks on-going struggles, Jerry Recco began his first update of the morning by documenting the Knicks most recent loss, which occurred last night in Cleveland.
Seaver was in many ways the poster child for what baseball was — and what it would become.
If the man under center, the center of his team, is judged by the scoreboard, Mark Sanchez has passed any reasonable test, particularly if he leads the Jets to a third-straight playoff spot.
Jets fans have been wandering in the wilderness of the NFL for over 40 years, grasping at hope. But now, maybe, finally, it is over. Perhaps now the “Same Old Jets” can tied to a stake and burnt.
Mark Sanchez looked into the mirror and carefully thought about his last performance. It was awful, and he knew it.
Sunday night. National Television. The only game in America. The rancorous Ravens on the road. All that planning, just for the appalling performance last night from a Gang Green that played like it had gangrene.
Four Jets greats just got promoted to the head of the class.