As far as some of the Jets see it, the underinflated footballs saga is just the Patriots being the Patriots.
Thirteen months ago, the Jets rallied to save Rex Ryan’s job. It was obvious to Nick Mangold that history wasn’t going to repeat itself in 2014.
Richardson, who has quickly become one of the best defensive tackles in the NFL, had eight sacks, 84 total tackles and 9.5 tackles for loss/no gain during the 2014 season.
It appears that both wide receiver Percy Harvin and center Nick Mangold will be game time decisions for the New York Jets on Sunday.
New York Jets Pro Bowl center Nick Mangold and wide receiver Percy Harvin will likely be game-time decisions for the season finale against the Dolphins in Miami because of injuries.
Sheldon Richardson, the Jets defensive lineman who has been critical of law enforcement in the past, spoke Sunday in support of slain officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu.
He kept the hat on in the tunnel before introductions and held it over his heart during the national anthem. The Jets also held a moment of silence.
As the team prepares for a new direction, the New York Jets have a nucleus for the future.
“I feel sick,” Ryan said. “Our guys just played great, for the most part, in a lot of areas. Dang. We can’t buy a win.”
The New York Jets are headed in a completely different direction than the New England Patriots in the AFC East, and that needs to change on Thursday night. In a must-win game, the Jets are a little beat-up, but the injury report consists of a lot of names that will play through the pain.
Milliner, the team’s top cornerback, has only played in one game this season after missing most of training camp and the opener with a high ankle sprain.
The sideline was a crowded place for the New York Jets during practice Wednesday.
We’ve already counted down the best local players from No. 99 to No. 80. Now let’s try our luck in the 70s.
Just call ‘em the Big, Bad New York Jets. They’re an aggressive bunch who will hit you hard, push back if you shove them, and stick up for one another without hesitation. At least, that’s Rex Ryan’s dream scenario for his team.
Ahead of Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium, MetLife has produced a video featuring current and former NFL players singing “The Star-Spangled Banner.”