The Jets played a turnover-free game in St. Louis as they marched to a 27-13 victory over the Rams.
The miserable Jets were steamrolled by the Dolphins 30-9 on Sunday.
Rex Ryan wants his Jets to “empty the tank” against the rival Dolphins on Sunday.
Ryan insisted on Monday that the Jets “go down to win,” and those who think that the team was playing “scared” in a 29-26 defeat are “ridiculous.”
With the game down to the wire, which kicker would you want attempting a final-second field goal? Pick a side!
Considering the Jets’ numerous mistakes, it’s hard to believe they beat the inferior Miami Dolphins.
Let’s face it: after Sunday’s 23-20 overtime victory over the Dolphins, the Jets deserve to be in first place about as much as I deserve to be the Pope.
Nick Folk kicked a 33-yarder with 6:04 left, giving the New York Jets a 23-20 overtime victory over the Miami Dolphins.
If the Jets light up the MetLife Stadium scoreboard on Sept. 9, all will be forgotten. But if the offense struggles, you can bet the boo-birds will be out.
Mark Sanchez, Tim Tebow and most of the Jets starters didn’t play in this battle between backups and guys fighting for roster spots.
Welcome to “Backup Bowl 2012,” a matchup between an unreasonable facsimile of the Jets and an expected unreasonable facsimile of the Eagles.
Josh Brown hinted as much to his Twitter followers on Monday. “Best of luck to the 2012 Jets… Thanks for one of the most memorable camps in 10 yrs,” he tweeted. “GREAT GROUP OF GUYS!!”
The Jets lost 17-12 to the Panthers on Sunday night and are still without a preseason touchdown.
They’ve trained together, kicked a ton of footballs together and shared tips. Now, they’re in training camp with the New York Jets — and after the same gig.
With the Jets, I have to deal with schizophrenia. Keep expectations low. Don’t invest your passion this year. It has never been as easy as it sounds.