New England Patriots
A disappointing season for the New York Jets is winding down, and there was almost a victory over the New England Patriots to help round it out. Unfortunately, coming up “just short” is the way to describe a lot of things this year.
This latest loss to rival New England certainly didn’t make the Jets’ faithful — or coach Rex Ryan and GM John Idzik — feel any better about their situation.
New York ranks 30th in points per game (16.4), which is a big reason why Rex Ryan could be coaching his last game in the Patriots-Jets series.
Inspired by what very well could be the last time Rex Ryan coaches against the Patriots, Al Dukes donned his Santa hat and entered the Allstate Studio with a pep in his step (but carrying a heavy heart).
The scoreboard Sunday may say that it is time, finally, for the Jets coach to admit his arch-rival truly got the better of him. If he didn’t kiss anything before, he might as well now. And we’re not talking about rings.
Revis has been back before, as an opposing player taking on the Jets. Not this way, though. This time around, he’s an enemy — no matter how “sad” he feels for the opposing coach.
Can the New York Jets go toe-to-toe with one of the best teams in the National Football League?
Let’s take a look at the good, the bad and the ugly of Week 15. Here are the four takeaways you need to know from Sunday.
The New England Patriots are on a clear path to the playoffs and could possibly end up representing the AFC in the Super Bowl. The Miami Dolphins are still fighting for a playoff spot and need every win they can get so this is a huge game for them. Dan Fouts of CBS Sports knows what it’s like to play in must-win games, and he spoke on the big AFC East match-up.
The 2014 NFL regular season is rounding a curve toward its end, and some teams are beginning to distance themselves from the pack. Now, there is going to be a potential Super Bowl match-up between the Green Bay Packers and New England Patriots. CBS Sports Tracy Wolfson talks how this weekend’s game pitting Tom Brady against Aaron Rodgers may go.
There’s a team that’s being virtually ignored in the AFC, and tit may be able to keep the Patriots from getting back to the top of the football world.
There’s a reason why you should always expect the unexpected when it comes to the NFL on a Sunday.
When someone with a racist Twitter handle retweeted the Patriots during a promotion Thursday night, the system generated an image of a jersey with a slur on the back.
The Colts, you loved them right? I sure did. What happens on Sunday? They get demolished by the Steelers and the most underappreciated QB in the NFL.
I talked to an ardent Jets follower this morning. He said his father recently apologized for handing him a Gang Green program in 1984. Even the best dads make mistakes.