Jets defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson thinks the Pro Bowl voters made a mistake by snubbing him for this year’s game: “I should be playing in it.”
Gang Green finished the season 8-8. With some additions can New York contend in 2014?
The Jets finish the season on a high note with a resounding victory over the Miami Dolphins.
Kansas City and San Francisco will have plenty of clout in Honolulu if they don’t make it to New Jersey for the Super Bowl.
The Jets enter Sunday’s game relatively healthy. Will Gang Green be able to knock the Dolphins out of the playoff picture?
The Jets and Giants’ seasons end on Sunday, of course. But neither squad should go unrepresented on Friday night when the NFL announces its Pro Bowl squad at 9 p.m.
The New York defense will be facing a Cleveland team that is missing one of their best playmakers on offense. Will Gang Green be able to take advantage?
The Jets’ players seem to have just one wish this holiday season: bring head coach Rex Ryan back!
The last time the Jets won consecutive games was just a shade over a year ago. If they want to keep their playoff hopes alive they will almost certainly have to do it again, for starters.
Rex Ryan’s job security has been on a roller-coaster ride. Well, that’s the assumption. Only Woody Johnson knows the truth. However, conventional wisdom suggests Ryan’s job will be on the line over the final four games of the regular season.
We New York fans love our teams through thick and thin, and there are actually a few things that give us hope for a better 2014.
Muhammad Wilkerson said Tuesday that his defense, as good as it has been this season, could be doing more to help out beleaguered Geno Smith.
“I think we’re capable of being there. If guys just do their jobs and do their assignments and fix the mental breakdowns that we’ve been having, I think we’ll finish strong and be a playoff team.”
If Muhammad Wilkerson is nothing else, he’s honest and calls ‘em like he sees ‘em. And heading into a game at Baltimore, he doesn’t see the Jets as being as good as they should be.
Certainly it is a comfortable situation, Ed Reed is reunited with Rex Ryan and Dennis Thurman from their days together in Baltimore, and Reed in a defense in which he fits like a glove.