After two days of Jets mandatory minicamp, there are still several main storylines that surround the team.
The Jets put the wraps on the OTA portion of their off-season with their 9th voluntary practice. This was the only practice of the week that was open to the media and the defense stole the show.
If you’re a Jets fan, don’t be afraid to go out and buy a Sanchez jersey. He’s not going anywhere.
The media got their first look at Tim Tebow in a Jets uniform Thursday. And no, we aren’t talking about his likeness “Tebowing” in Madden 13.
When the Jets acquired Tim Tebow, Joe Namath wasn’t a fan of the acquisition. He also took it upon himself to question the hiring of Tony Sparano as offensive coordinator. But as fast as you can say “ay ay ay”, Namath has had a change of heart on both subjects.
Christie pulled out a pen, flipped over a “reserved seating” sign, scribbled a note to the boy’s 6th grade teacher and then signed his name.
For the moment, the Jets have the 16th pick in the draft. Based on prior history, there’s a pretty good chance they will trade out of that selection, most likely up.
As I began to write this blog about 14 hours after Tom Brady’s Hail Mary hit the ground just a few feet away from Rob Gronkowski, Indianapolis continues to count the money that has been rolling into the city for the last week to ten days.
When I arrived here in Indianapolis on Sunday, I was firm in my prediction of Giants 35 Patriots 20. After being around the Pats this week and sinking my teeth into this match-up a little bit more. I’ve decided to change the score…
Bill Belichick and Rob Gronkowski have insisted all week that the Patriots tight end has been making progress. I guess they were telling the truth…or maybe they’re just playing games!
Wednesday marked another day where the focus was on the high left ankle sprain of Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski.
Thankfully, Wednesday and Thursday’s media sessions will be back to normal. Football questions only!
All you have to do is look at the Marriott to know Indianapolis is taking Super Bowl week seriously.
While there’s plenty about Joe Namath that many of us know about, there’s always room for more knowledge. That’s where HBO comes into play. Their sports documentaries are always fantastic and they’ve done it again.
The Jets just weren’t good enough to be a playoff team in 2011-12. Sunday’s 19-17 loss to the Dolphins was a fitting end to a season full of unfulfilled promises, inconsistent play, and turmoil.