The Jets are boosted ahead of Sunday’s matchup with the Steelers as cornerback Antonio Cromartie is active.
“It’s a Mike Tomlin-coached football team, so we know they’re going to be prepared,” Jets head coach Rex Ryan said. “They’re going to be hungry coming in here.”
Ask Cotchery if Sunday will serve as a homecoming of sorts when he and the rest of the Steelers play at the Meadowlands and Cotchery just shakes his head. “I’ve been adopted by the Steelers, man,” he says.
Al Dukes spread some joy around Friday morning in the Allstate Studio with a performance we won’t soon forget.
The Jets lost one of the best pass rushers, Antwan Barnes, to a season ending knee injury. Who will pick up the slack for Gang Green?
If you are one of those people who has Bill Cowher on a head coaching wish list, it might be time to move on to someone else.
Last week, I pegged the Jets as not ready for prime time. Hence the crow, which I’ll gladly chow down if it means I’ve just witnessed the turning point in the maturity of Gang Green.
Now, one major thread in that curtain is gone. L.C. Greenwood, he of the height and heft and six Pro Bowls and four rings, as central to the dynasty as anyone not named Joe Greene or Jack Lambert, died of natural causes.
The Hall-of-Fame quarterback and national television analyst said the league is disrespecting teams by scheduling them across the pond.
Week-to-week storylines around the NFL will continue to be unpredictable for experts. Joe Giglio gives his 48 predictions to watch during the 2013 NFL season.
Former Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Bill Cowher appeared in Queen V’s music video.
D-coordinator Perry Fewell has appealed to his players’ pride and asked his defense to “play like Giants.” That will work. For a game or two.
After falling to the fourth round of the 2013 NFL Draft, Shamarko Thomas is determined to prove everyone that he will be a valuable player for the Steelers, while also influencing his younger siblings that maturity and discipline pay off in the long run.
The Giants’ first-team defense was shaky in its brief stint against one of the NFL’s hard-nosed rushing attacks.
The coach’s mission was accomplished. Tom Coughlin got every eligible player in the game as the Giants beat the Pittsburgh Steelers, 18-13 Friday at Heinz Field.