Each week, Naples will blog exclusively for CBS New York on his draft process, taking us into the life of a prospect up through being signed by an NFL team.
This is being billed as New York City’s Super Bowl even though most of the players on the Broncos and the Seahawks won’t step foot outside of New Jersey this week.
It is the Twitter hashtag that is sweeping the Tri-State Area, all in support of New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan and a fan movement that is embraced by hundreds and thousands of fans who want to see Ryan return.
With even an average quarterback, dare the name of Sanchez be inserted here, the Jets would be a much better team.
Ryan can’t be blamed for this latest disaster on offense. His defense, despite a massive overhaul and youth movement, is still clicking relatively well. But an offense that is simply putrid shouldn’t be his fault.
Your team has surprised nearly everyone, including yourselves. So stop whining and enjoy the journey.
The New York Jets are on the cusp of a remarkable season – one that could be squandered if their head coach doesn’t belly up to the bar and make some tough decisions.
What was supposed to be a rebuilding year has instead made a complete and total turn. The Jets are now pointed up and the signing of Reed proves it.
Due to some vision from team president Neil Glatt and general manager John Idzik, both of whom get where the Jets fan base currently is and where it needs to go, the team is taking steps towards a true homefield advantage and a true sense of community.
Emerging from Week 6 with a win would validate Ryan’s coaching job this season. It would also validate him as a head coach against one of the best in the game.
Leaving on cut-down day took courage, and while it might undercut his standing in the organization, Ryan chose family over football — and that is always the right call from the playbook.
Over the next 48 hours, New York Jets general manager John Idzik will have the chance to prove that he was the right hire seven months ago to finally reverse the curse on this franchise.
Petke proved why we love him and why he is the personification of New York sports, more than any other coach in this city. Petke didn’t back down, just like a true New Yorker.
Without so much as taking a single snap on Saturday night, Geno Smith became the future of the Jets franchise for the simple reason that he isn’t Mark Sanchez.
with a new season and a fresh slate, Mark Sanchez doesn’t deserved to be booed.