New York Jets
With Geno Smith struggling can the Jets “ground and pound” Miami?
While the Jets are on the verge of a full-blown quarterback controversy as their playoff chances have taken a hit, Rex Ryan isn’t ready to make a change under center just yet.
A sleep-deprived Boomer combined with Craig playing the role of Mr. Negativity made for an interesting open to Tuesday’s edition of the Morning Extravaganza, which is just how we like it.
Matt Simms has lived the lovable role of backup quarterback, always the most popular player in any NFL city. He’s the fair-haired son of a Meadowlands legend. He looks the part. And now it’s time to see if he can play it.
Eleven games into the season, and the Jets have the kind of problems that are usually addressed in training camp — starting with the quarterback position.
Another putrid performance by rookie quarterback Geno Smith has the Jets lost on offense.
Your team has surprised nearly everyone, including yourselves. So stop whining and enjoy the journey.
Today we used our Boomer & Carton Ding-Dong App for the following: Share you guttural reaction to the Jets and Giants losses.
Let me just warn you, sometimes the truth hurts…
It was a rough football Sunday for the locals, as both the Jets and the Giants came up short against their opponents, thus putting a damper on their respective playoff hopes.
Rex Ryan, who helped run Baltimore’s defense from 1999-2008, fell to 0-3 against his former team.
Jets wide receiver Jeremy Kerley has been downgraded as out for Sunday’s game with the Ravens.
The Ravens hope to exploit Geno Smith’s inexperience, but won’t overlook his strengths at quarterback.
The Jets rookie quarterback will be facing a very aggressive Baltimore Ravens defense. Will the Jets signal caller sink or swim?
Ed Reed wouldn’t mind doing his part in improving New York’s turnover total this Sunday. After all, Reed is going back to Baltimore. Again.