It seems everyone has an opinion on where Peyton Manning should play next season. Even “The Donald.”
The Jets are reportedly interested in Manning. But would the future Hall of Famer want to join his little brother Eli in New York?
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.
GM Mike Tannenbaum watched as his team stumbled to an 8-8 finish, a severe disappointment after countless Super Bowl promises from Rex Ryan.
In the wake of some very ugly finger-pointing after the season, several Jets veterans are trying to find ways to improve team chemistry.
Jets fans, get ready for another season with Santonio Holmes at wide receiver. Hopefully without the drama.
Jets owner Woody Johnson supports quarterback Mark Sanchez. He also stands behind Holmes. Sound like a recipe for disaster?
Jets running back LaDainian Tomlinson said quarterback Mark Sanchez and wide receiver Santonio Holmes, in particular, had a rocky relationship.
As we inch closer to Sunday’s clash at Candlestick Park, Boomer & Craig had an awful lot to get to, beginning with the ongoing ‘smack-talk’ – kept going yesterday by Chris Canty, who predicted a ‘Blood-Bath’ in San Francisco.
Jets running back LaDainian Tomlinson has told a San Diego radio station that he is considering calling an end to his 11-year NFL career.
To many, this week represents a restoration to the status quo, a microcosm of the last 30 years, full of sound and fury over the Jets’ latest gag.
There is little doubt that the Jets have a problem. And there is far lesser reason to doubt Greg McElroy’s account of it than there is to believe GM Mike Tannenbaum’s.
After an 8-8 season and no playoffs for the first time in his tenure with the Jets, Ryan’s words and promises ring hollow.
The Jets lost to an inferior team sans its most superior player and nothing to play for. In a league built by parity, the Jets remain a parody.
The Jets just weren’t good enough to be a playoff team in 2011-12. Sunday’s 19-17 loss to the Dolphins was a fitting end to a season full of unfulfilled promises, inconsistent play, and turmoil.