As upsetting as it may be that the season is more than halfway over, I think we have a chance to have a terrific final stretch considering how many teams are in the mix for a playoff spot.
Ever since Joe Namath’s last snap as a Jet, the team has had about as many starting quarterbacks as Defense Against the Dark Arts professors at Hogwarts.
Moments after the Jets’ 34-21 loss to Green Bay on Sunday, social media was buzzing about the timeout call that wiped out a tying touchdown late in the fourth quarter. It conjured images of other great mistakes in franchise history.
Not that it’s fun to poke fun at the Jets, but these days, it’s just so darn easy. What went down Sunday was yet another example of bad fortune that this team has experienced during its history.
Cody Parkey made field goals of 54, 53 and 25 yards to help the Philadelphia Eagles beat the New York Jets 37-7 in the preseason finale Thursday night.
For an ephemeral, enchanted moment, he was the man, monolith, the king of New York, in the rare thin are of city stardom that all athletes dream of.
With Sam Bradford out for the season, it’s time to look at who should become the new Rams quarterback this year.
Rex Ryan has not-so-fond memories of the last time the Jets faced the Giants. Well, other than winning a preseason game that earned his team a Snoopy-topped bronze trophy.
Johnny Manziel is young, as are most of the players on this list, so there’s still hope that he’ll mature one of these days. Or years.
Shots fired. Or not. Mark Sanchez insists he wasn’t taking a swipe at Jets fans when he noted how much “nicer” fans have been in Philadelphia.
Since the glory days of Broadway Joe, finding a franchise quarterback has been an elusive and often frustrating undertaking for a team that has rarely had a dominant player at the position.
For this list of men, it isn’t enough to excel at the sport of their choice. These guys must also excel off the field by dressing in killer clothes, marrying major babes and rubbing shoulders with the elite.
Kelly should understand that and he should have moved in a different direction. However, his ego is too monumental. He believes he can take an also-ran and turn him into a winning quarterback.
While Michael Vick will compete with Geno Smith for the starting job in New York, Mark Sanchez is coming to Philadelphia as insurance.
After finding out that Mark Sanchez signed a one-year contract with the Eagles, Boomer and Carton wonder why the Jets didn’t bring him back.