While the two sides are far apart on many key issues, they were able to set up an agreement on the issue of backup officials, according to Albert Breer of NFL.com.
With just five carries for 11 yards and no passing attempts, Tim Tebow didn’t do much on the field Sunday. But according to NFL.com’s weekly power rankings, the rising New York Jets are now the New York “Tebow.”
According to multiple reports, the Jets may be interested in bringing Randy Moss to New York. That is, if the NFL lockout doesn’t put the kibosh on the 2011 season.