Call the Jets whatever you want. Rex Ryan doesn’t care. Some say lucky. Others say good. Or, maybe, it’s a little of both.
Newly-hired New York Jets offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg said Sanchez will probably have “just a little bit of a leg up” in any quarterback competition the team has this offseason.
“All I needed him to say was that he apologizes and he won’t say my name again — I got that out of him,” Weatherford said. “I got that out of him, and I’m good. I’m not looking to stir the pot any more by suing him. That’s all I wanted.”
John Idzik will try to turn things around for the troubled New York Jets. Woody Johnson believes he’s up to the massive task.
Tim Tebow was two wins from the Super Bowl a year ago. Now, he’s pretty much a player without a team — likely to be released by the Jets after one frustrating season.
The next time a Tebow becomes available, this new general manager has to look at the possibilities with calmness and a clear-cut plan on how to utilize such a player. If not, then he should simply move on.
“It was a mess,” Westhoff said in a radio interview Friday. “It was an absolute mess. You can say however else you want, it was really a mess. I was very, very disappointed.”
The Jets announced the firing of offensive coordinator Tony Sparano during Tuesday’s much-anticipated press conference.
Gang Green are beginning to interview GM candidates to find Mike Tannenbaum’s replacement.
Winning is a habit. So is losing. And the Jets have perfected the latter. The Jets are so collectively detached that it’s hard to know if they know the difference.
The NFL without kickoffs? It will soon be under consideration. “Eventually you would almost have a flag football league,” said Domenik Hixon of the Giants.
At 3-5, the Jets look like long shots for a third playoff berth. Rex Ryan is embracing that challenge, and believes he has the team to make a strong run in the second half of the schedule.
Unfortunately, the Jets’ problems haven’t come through lack of effort. Talent, maybe. Coaching, definitely. But effort? Not in the least.
During the late stages Sunday of what was the Jets’ latest disaster in the face of optimism, I had it out with several of my followers on Twitter. It seems I said something highly offensive for which I later apologized. But it’s not what you think.
“I’m grateful for another opportunity to play this guy, and he will remember that hit,” Landry said. “Every time he sees me, he will remember that hit. If I’m in the box or I’m coming downhill, whatever, he will remember that hit.”