Rex Ryan insists his team is motivated — even when people outside the facility can’t imagine what there might be left to play for.
Would the Jets (2-8) be in better shape right now had Michael Vick started from the beginning? Chris Johnson votes yes.
Speculation has already begun as to what the Jets might do early in next year’s draft. But Vick can’t be counted out as the QB heading into 2015.
The New York Jets stun the masses with a 20-13 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Vick is still making plays with his legs, running up his record-setting rushing total with each knee-buckling scamper.
The bravado was back, even if just for one happy postgame press conference. “For people that count this football team out, you do so at your own risk, at your own peril,” Ryan Ryan said Sunday.
While I abhor Fan Guy, we have something in common. We are both wildly neurotic about our teams. The defining difference is that I see my squad through wholly cynical hues.
According to NJ.com, rookie Calvin Pryor was overheard telling Michael Vick: “Nothing surprises me about New York anymore. After today, nothing.”
Vick expects to be ready for his second start with the Jets. He hopes fans will follow suit with the Steelers — whose fans are known to travel well — on tap to visit MetLife Stadium.
The New York Jets keep finding ways to lose while the Steelers are emerging in the AFC. Can the Jets keep up with the Steelers on Sunday?
These are dark days for Rex Ryan and the New York Jets. Ryan is a coach with an uncertain future, and that means beyond even Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The Jets spent Halloween weekend masquerading as a football team. But the trick was on them, as always, as they got smashed by the Kansas City Chiefs. And on you, for patronizing a team that has patronized you for 45 years.
On Sunday the New York Jets lost their 8th game in a row falling to the Kansas City Chiefs 24-10.
Rex Ryan figured he might as well go for it on fourth down in Kansas City. What else could go wrong? Well, the answers this season have been “anything” and “everything,” and that was the case again.
For all the bad that happened as the Jets fell to 1-8 Sunday in Kansas City, the worst came inside the final two minutes. They packed it in.