MetLife Stadium, home of the Jets and Giants, hosted dozens of children from across the five boroughs Saturday.
A shoving match breaks out in a section of the MetLife Stadium stands. While security officers hustle to the scene, a beyond state-of-the-art surveillance system is recording every detail.
This disaster of a football team is depressing enough for me, but what does it say about all of you who are paying for the privilege of getting overly worked up every home game?
There was no hiding it after the Jets-Lions game at MetLife Stadium: Jets quarterback Geno Smith had a bad day and he let fans in the stands know as he yelled an expletive as he left the field.
A frustrated Smith was caught by a CBS 2 camera shouting an expletive at a heckler in the stands as he walked off the field following a 24-17 loss to the Detroit Lions.
The banner, which says “@UltraViolet #GoodellMustGo,” also flew over NFL games in Cleveland and San Francisco on Sunday and the group plans to fly it over the Eagles-Colts game in Indianapolis on Monday.
Chris Ivory burst through a few tackle attempts for a 71-yard touchdown run midway through the fourth quarter, and the New York Jets’ defense clamped down on Oakland rookie quarterback Derek Carr.
It’s hard to argue with him, especially after a solid summer in which he looked anything but a 34-year-old quarterback in the twilight of his career.
Tabacco, aka “Rescue Man,” was selected to lead MetLife Stadium in “J-E-T-S! Jets! Jets! Jets!” for Sunday’s opener against the Raiders. And as you’ll hear, he’s got the goods.
Welcome to the state-of-the-art home for the Giants and Jets.
“At the end of the day, that’s our house, and we consider it our house,” Colon said of MetLife Stadium. “The only way to solve it is to beat them.”
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.
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That the Jets would reach out to Anzalone to help revive the chant, even if he turned them down, is proof positive that this organization isn’t tone deaf.
The Jets are hoping to find a superfan — or superfans — to keep their iconic chant alive. But that wasn’t Plan A, according to “Fireman Ed” Anzalone.