So that’s that… the Jets’ magical season came to an abrupt conclusion Sunday night in Pittsburgh, as the Steelers handed Gang Green their second consecutive loss in the AFC Championship Game.
Mark Sanchez has no concerns about his sore shoulder and neither does coach Rex Ryan.
Mark Brunell threw two touchdown passes in relief of Mark Sanchez, Joe McKnight ran for a career-high 158 yards and New York’s defense was dominant in a lopsided playoff tuneup as the Jets routed the Buffalo Bills 38-7 on Sunday.
Wide receiver Jerricho Cotchery joined WFAN’s Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts on Tuesday to discuss what’s happening around the playoff-bound New York Jets.
Jets coach Rex Ryan says Mark Sanchez’s sore shoulder is worse than he first thought, though he still expects the quarterback to start Sunday at Chicago.
New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez was limited in practice Wednesday, but insisted he’ll be under center when the team plays at Chicago on Sunday whether or not his right shoulder is 100 percent.
The doubts and criticisms are piling up, and Mark Sanchez knows it. “That’s the way it is,” Sanchez said Wednesday. “You’re a hero when you win, and you’re the goat when you lose.”
Rex Ryan is standing by Mark Sanchez, despite nearly pulling the struggling quarterback against Miami on Sunday.
Craig boldly predicted last Friday that not only would the Jets beat the Dolphins, they would win the game by at least 30 points. Oops.
The New York Jets quarterback is using his legs a lot more this season to keep plays alive, giving his receivers more of a chance to get open and make big catches.
Mark Sanchez thought his streak was over. He zipped a pass through the wet Meadowlands air Monday night and — whew! — Minnesota’s Antoine Winfield couldn’t get his hands around it.
For the Jets’ Mark Sanchez, the experience of calling plays was extremely valuable in his maturation as a quarterback.
Michael Vick led the Eagles to a field goal in two series and Kurt Coleman scored on two fumble returns, but the New York Jets beat Philadelphia 21-17 in their preseason finale Thursday night.
The New York Jets have waived backup quarterback Kevin O’Connell, likely clearing the way for Kellen Clemens to make the team.
The New York Jets quarterback will wear a protective brace on his surgically repaired left knee “probably forever” to guard against future injuries after a scare in the preseason game against Carolina last Saturday.