Chad Ochocinco toned it down a bit for a change. The chatty Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver is never at a loss for words, but he couldn’t bring himself to stir things up the way he usually does.
There is no team in football more exciting to watch right now than the Jets. There’s also no team out there living more on borrowed time.
Few things infuriate football fans more than the one-possession overtime. You know, win the coin toss, kick a long field goal and go home.
Expected to play a major role in the New York Jets’ secondary, first-round draft pick Kyle Wilson went from heralded rookie to forgotten man in just a few weeks. He’ll be back Sunday.
Rex Ryan and his coaching staff huddled up before the bye-week break and drew up a game plan for an imposing opponent: the New York Jets. It was time for some self-scouting.
In his 25-game career with the Jets, Rex Ryan has successfully replicated the work of Bill Parcells. And, unlike Parcells, Ryan doesn’t strike anyone as the type of guy who’s going to abandon ship for seemingly greener pastures.
Coach Rex Ryan said Thursday that he wants both Darrelle Revis and Calvin Pace to travel with the team Friday rather than have them stay back at the facility to rehabilitate their injuries.
The win in Miami doesn’t mean the Jets are better than they really are. They still have a ton of work to do if they are to become the team that many think can win a Super Bowl.
In case you haven’t noticed, I really enjoy writing this column. It fills me with a sense of purpose professionally that goes beyond what I do when I’m in the office. The beauty of writing about the Jets from home is my distraction level is often quite manageable. Not today, though.