New York Jets
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.
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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.
The guys did manage to carve out a few minutes to reluctantly discuss the latest coming from the Alex Rodriguez fiasco, but the focus was mainly on the pigskin.
The Jets’ receiving corps has been patched together all season. This Sunday in Baltimore doesn’t figure to be any different.
“No, I’m not Mark,” Smith said Wednesday. “I don’t think it’s fair to compare his season to mine. It’s two different seasons, two different guys, two different players, two different styles, two different systems.”
The New York Jets have signed free agent linebacker Jermaine Cunningham, a second-round pick by the New England Patriots in 2010.
Unless something changes in a hurry, the Jets’ game on Sunday in Baltimore has disaster written all over it. We’ve seen it too many times in the past to be naive.