New York Jets
“I feel like Rex has had so much success, from Baltimore to the Jets early on in his tenure there, that now that it’s not going his way he does not know how to dial it back and simplify.”
There seem to be two types of Jets fans. The long-suffering fan who toils in tired desperation, the Joe & Evan, “Oh, the pain!” gang. They plod down the decades in quiet resignation. The there is Fan Guy, the disgrace that calls Twitter home.
New York Jets wide receiver Eric Decker was limited at practice for the second straight day, but coach Rex Ryan expects him to be able to play against the Denver Broncos on Sunday.
Once again, Al puts on display his surprising range in the parody game.
The Jets’ backup QB was stunningly critical when he acknowledged he wasn’t prepared to play last Sunday. The comments drew the ire of fans and the media — and kudos from his head coach.
It was inevitable, not even a Football Friday could derail Boomer’s Blueshirt train, so Craigie allowed the Blonde Bomber to gloat about his Rangers’ season-opening win in St. Louis.
“Maybe I didn’t prepare or I wasn’t prepared,” the 34-year-old said. “But I’ll tell you what: It won’t happen again.”
Despite statistics that show the Jets are just horrible, Rex Ryan made a strong case Wednesday that denial ain’t just a river in Egypt.
Smith is in a rut, on and off the field. But he’s getting another chance to hold on to his starting job, and knows that if he doesn’t improve quickly, he could end up back on the sideline — maybe for good.
Boomer and Craig tried to forecast what sort of reception Geno Smith will receive when he takes the field at MetLife Stadium on Sunday afternoon against the Broncos.
Upon hearing what Vick had to say, Boomer quickly concluded that there is something seriously wrong in Jets-land, while Craig is still fixated on Geno’s whereabouts Saturday night.
Eric Decker is hoping for a chance to make a few catches against his former team. The New York Jets wide receiver was limited at practice Wednesday because of a hamstring injury that kept him out last Sunday at San Diego.
Mornhinweg sustained “small lacerations on his lower lip” and was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment, according to the police report. Willis had a “small cut on his chin” but did not get medical attention.
At 1-4 the New York Jets have their backs against the wall. Can the Jets salvage their season?
Their only consolation will come in the recognition that their quarterback isn’t the only one guilty of dumb doings. There’s plenty of stupid to spread around the whole organization.