A source informed USA TODAY Sports that Mark Sanchez is worried that the “organization has turned its back on (him) and is prepared to move on. It is ready to start fresh with Geno.”
Jets owner Woody Johnson won’t try to temper expectations for his team this season. “I’m always optimistic,” he said Wednesday.
The NFL’s worst-kept secret is now official: the Jets are going with rookie Geno Smith at quarterback for Sunday’s opener against Tampa Bay.
Most of you wanted him and now you got him, along with all the craziness that’s sure to follow. Now you just have to ask yourself how patient you plan to be.
It could be awhile until we see Mark Sanchez again. The Jets quarterback has been ruled out for Sunday’s opener against Tampa Bay and is also expected to miss Week 2 at the very least, according to the New York Post.
While all teams’ hopes are commensurate to their ability to stuff a stud under center, the Jets are ensconced in a QB shell game, with every option worse than the next, much of it spawned by the coach’s appalling apathy over his offense.
“If my chance is Sunday, I’m going to go out there with the intent to lead my team to victory and that’s just the way it is,” the rookie quarterback said Monday.
Scott joined WFAN radio on Tuesday to talk about his transition from the playing field to CBS Sports Network’s “That Other Pregame Show.” But first he had some strong words for the New York media.
Former Jet Darrelle Revis leads a talented Tampa Bay team into MetLife Stadium on Sunday, September 8th. Will Revis be able to exact revenge against the organization that refused to pay him?
If you believe everything you read there’s really no reason for the Jets to even take the field this season. This idea of predicting three or four wins is just as silly as saying 11 or 12. You just don’t know.
The New York Jets have signed former Notre Dame quarterback Brady Quinn, giving the team an experienced backup behind rookie Geno Smith.
Jets fans will now witness the final phase of the coach’s fall from blustery braggart to humbled loser, and now to sacrifice at Idzik’s altar.
Tebow’s stay with the Patriots lasted just under 12 weeks and could signal the end of his NFL career.
Here is my first and only crack at predicting the initial 53-man roster. I did my best to steer clear of similar lists from other writers, reporters and outlets. Without further adieu…
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.