The many storylines around the Jets have fallen by the wayside as the quarterback battle has gained steam. But one narrative should not be ignored: Rex Ryan vs. John Idzik.
Face it, we’re stuck with the devil we know all too well. A QB with poor accuracy and vision, and prone to the most mind-boggling turnovers you’ll ever see.
The last thing Jets fans need to see during the second preseason game is Geno Smith not have plays called that give him the opportunity to win this quarterback competition.
These catastrophes in first preseason games can’t be taken too seriously. What can, though, is the overall body of a summer’s work.
McKnight was pulled over in Hanover Township last Tuesday morning, an off-day for players from camp at SUNY Cortland, for changing lanes without signaling, according to Police Chief Steve Gallagher.
At 30 years old, Winslow believes he still has plenty of football left in him. That’s why he is setting his sights high for the Jets — despite having played just one regular-season game since 2011.
There’s no talk about shirtless jogs through the rain after practice, perhaps the defining moment of Tebow’s tenure with the Jets. There are also no secret plans for the wildcat offense, or when Tebow will supplant Mark Sanchez as the starter.
If you ever wonder why so many fans are continually rolling their eyes over the TMZ-ification of sports journalism, the latest reporting on Rex Ryan should speak volumes.
After a short holdout, Dee Milliner can focus on becoming the Jets’ next shutdown cornerback.
Ryan says Sunday that there’s no controversy surrounding the fact he won’t make the final decision on the Jets’ starting QB.
“It’s safe to say I won’t be here if we draft Clowney,” a grinning Ryan said. “I can just say that right now. I think I’m going to say that without hesitation.”
Jets GM John Idzik addressed the media after practice Saturday for the first time since minicamp last month, tackling several issues surrounding training camp.
Less is more, Rex. Instead of becoming a complete football coach, dance with what brought you to this level: defense.
For the vast majority of the past 40 years the Jets have gotten the quarterback position all wrong. That doesn’t have to be the case this time around.
Darrelle Revis is long gone. So is Tim Tebow. And so are several other players from last year’s dismal Jets team. It’s time to start fresh at Camp Cortland.