“We will always look to improve every position in any manner we can and that doesn’t change going into 2014,” John Idzik said. “We’ll look at quarterbacks. Yes, we’ll look at quarterbacks.”
The second-round draft pick, who has 10 touchdowns and 21 interceptions, says he expects to be in “full competition with myself and every other guy who’s in camp.”
Thursday was a day for giving thanks. As unbelievable as it might sound, Mark Sanchez was thankful for his Jets career.
Sanchez says he’ll be back “better than ever.” Whether that chance comes with the Jets remains to be seen, but the quarterback, who underwent shoulder surgery on Oct. 8, has a clear preference.
For the second week in a row, a New York football team has a chance to save its season at MetLife Stadium. Can the Jets do what the Giants could not?
Jets wide receiver Jeremy Kerley has been downgraded as out for Sunday’s game with the Ravens.
“No, I’m not Mark,” Smith said Wednesday. “I don’t think it’s fair to compare his season to mine. It’s two different seasons, two different guys, two different players, two different styles, two different systems.”
Since 1990, teams that go 6-4 have made the playoffs more than 60 percent of the time. Teams that open 5-5? Just 29 percent. That’s what the Jets did Sunday. They cut their postseason chances in half.
“I look at it now and I had the time of my life as a Jet,” Moore said. “I’m proud to be a Jet. I enjoyed my time here. Today, I am a bigger Jets fan than I was when I ran out on Sundays in full uniform.”
Admit it. If the devil had walked into Cortland with contract that said as much, you’d gladly have pricked your finger and signed.
If the defense can continue to give a solid account of itself, the team will have a chance to improve and Ryan may just put a crimp in Idzik’s offseason plans to hire a new head coach.
By its very nature, the media has given even the most modest of users an overinflated sense of self-importance. It has turned the egotistical and self-absorbed athlete into an even larger bigger-than-life entity.
The 35-year-old Garrard was removed from the reserve-retired list two weeks ago and placed on the exempt list, meaning he was eligible to practice and attend meetings. The Jets had until 4 p.m. EDT Monday to decide whether to activate him.
Even though he’s turned into a bit of a sympathetic figure, the former first-round pick still does not have many supporters. Forbes released its list of the most disliked players in the NFL on Monday, and the 26-year-old came in fifth.
Whether it’s been Geno Smith or Mark Sanchez before him, over the last couple of years the Jets’ quarterbacks have found themselves in countless vulnerable situations following losses, left to face the throngs of media looking for answers — which has led to a vast collection of apologies.