Botched snaps, lousy throws and lots of turnovers. Throw in a sputtering running game and it all has Jets coach Rex Ryan extremely frustrated.
I’m not usually one to press the panic button after four games, but we have reached the quarter pole of the season and its clear that we don’t know what the Jets identity is just yet.
LaDainian Tomlinson realizes he’s no longer considered the dominant, game-changing rusher he once was or even an every-down running back. Just don’t think for a moment that he thinks he’s anywhere close to being done.
Jets wide receiver Jerricho Cotchery says an MRI exam reveals he has a “slight” groin tear and his status for New York’s next game is uncertain.
Although the talk shows will be filled with calls this week from Jets fans that will paint a doom and gloom picture, Gang Green is sticking to a common saying…
The New York Jets were dragging on offense, unable to get anything cranking during a second straight sluggish performance. Then, desperation led to a successful spark: the hurry-up offense.
New York Jets right guard Brandon Moore thinks Ndamukong Suh looks anything like a rookie on film.
Matt Slauson always believed he would be the New York Jets’ starting left guard.
Shonn Greene said Wednesday that he was taken out of New York’s 10-9 defeat against Baltimore on Monday night after he fumbled twice, and wasn’t surprised he was mostly stuck on the sideline in the second half.
How bad were the Jets on Monday night? Even Broadway Joe is hurling criticism at his former team.
The Giants and Jets simply aren’t as good as you think. Was former defensive coordinator Bill Sheridan really the defensive problem? Is Perry Fewell really the answer?
New York Jets coach Rex Ryan has selected Matt Slauson as the team’s starting left guard over second-round draft pick Vladimir Ducasse.
The Jets close out their preseason schedule on Thursday night against the Eagles in Philadelphia. Gang Green will only have 36 players in uniform, as most of the starters will have the night off.
Head coach Rex Ryan reiterated that almost all of the starters would not play in Thursday’s pre-season finale against the Eagles in Philadelphia. The only exceptions are Vernon Gholston, Matt Slauson, Wayne Hunter, and Santonio Holmes who will get extensive playing time before serving a four game suspension to start the regular season.
“There’s no place like home!” It’s been a while since the Jets enjoyed the same experience as Dorothy clicking her heels to return to Kansas in “The Wizard Of Oz”.