Kyle Wilson, the spotlight is yours.
Jets fans feared the worst on Sunday after watching Darrelle Revis go down on the field, clutching his left knee and writhing in pain. All hope was dashed Monday afternoon.
Before the Jets started playing football for real this year, Rex Ryan proclaimed his defense a sure-fire, top-five group. Amazing how one injury can turn an otherwise impressive unit into a bunch of also-rans.
It would be easy for the Jets and their fans to get way ahead of themselves right now. Who can really blame them? They just spat in the eye of the intelligentsia. But they need to chill for the black and gold await — and they’re annoyed.
On Sunday, Rex Ryan’s clown car looked more like a Cadillac. With bulldozer hydraulics. So much for preseason scoring stats.
The Jets dominated the Buffalo Bills in their regular season opener as they won 48-28.
I’ve been having these nightmares—it’s Sunday versus Buffalo and I’m watching the Jets hanging in down 10-9 late in the fourth quarter…
Revis needs to play above himself, which means that he has to be better than the best. It is a tall order for the league’s best defensive player, but the fate of the Jets’ season rests on Revis being better than himself.
Heading into the 2012 season, it was assumed the Jets would be very good defensively. But I’m here to tell you what you probably already know: This unit could very well be a lot more than that.
Authorities say 17 students were injured when a school bus collided with a dump truck, killing the daughter of a state trooper and critically injuring two other children.
Jets’ special teams coach Mike Westhoff is trying to cut down miscues on special teams. The Jets returners have had issues fumbling punts in recent weeks.
Some people may subscribe to the following theory about pre-season football: “It’s three hours of my life that I’ll never get back!” In a lot of ways, that’s true — though there was a lot to take out of Jets vs. Texans.
After whiffing on cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha, the Jets need second-year pro Kyle Wilson to step up his game. Let’s just say he had a rough introduction to life in the NFL.
On the first day of free agency, the Jets crossed off #1 on their to-do list by coming to terms on a five-year $50 million cap friendly deal to bring back WR Santonio Holmes. So what’s next for the Jets.
Expected to play a major role in the New York Jets’ secondary, first-round draft pick Kyle Wilson went from heralded rookie to forgotten man in just a few weeks. He’ll be back Sunday.