New York Jets
The New York Jets could be without two important pieces on Monday night as defensive back Dee Milliner has been listed as doubtful with wide receiver Eric Decker identified as questionable. Both of these injuries will put pressure on head coach Rex Ryan and offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg to make adjustments to their game plans.
New York Jets cornerback Dee Milliner is now dealing with tightness in his quadriceps in addition to a nagging high ankle sprain, leaving his status uncertain for Monday night’s game against the Chicago Bears.
“This story,” the reporter informed him, “is about you.” New York Jets playmaking linebacker David Harris shrugged his shoulders, scrunched up his face and sighed. He simply loathes the spotlight.
When the Jets and Bears get together Monday night at MetLife Stadium, these two imperfect teams should provide an excellent measuring stick for each other.
On one hand he appears to be a more contrite Santonio Holmes. But on the other, he seems as ornery as ever.
Rex Ryan’s unit needs to show improvement after Aaron Rodgers passed for 346 yards and three touchdowns in Sunday’s demoralizing loss.
Eric Decker might be able to play without practicing — as long as his hamstring lets him.
“Nobody’s perfect,” Vick said. “Nobody can make the correct decisions right then and there on the spot when faced with all forms of adversity.”
Smith prides himself on being able to put mistakes and losses behind him quickly, pushing forward to the next challenge. This time, though, was different.
Decker tweaked his right hamstring during the Jets’ 31-24 loss at Green Bay, aggravating an injury he dealt with during training camp.
With the help of one of my editors — a Jets fan who will go nameless here — I was called all manner of moron on Twitter last week for suggesting the Giants had a better shot to make the playoffs than the Jets.
Following a debacle against the Green Bay Packers, some are starting to question the ability of the New York Jets coaching staff. After only two games this is a huge mistake.
Moments after the Jets’ 34-21 loss to Green Bay on Sunday, social media was buzzing about the timeout call that wiped out a tying touchdown late in the fourth quarter. It conjured images of other great mistakes in franchise history.
Not that it’s fun to poke fun at the Jets, but these days, it’s just so darn easy. What went down Sunday was yet another example of bad fortune that this team has experienced during its history.
Muhammad Wilkerson said he can understand why he got ejected in the third quarter of the Jets’ 31-24 loss to the Packers, but other things that went on during the game seemed to suggest there wasn’t a level playing field.