After Burress’ quotes from Wednesday night, it’s hard to picture the wide receiver back in Rex Ryan’s locker room.
“How many receiving yards did he have last year?” said Jacobs. “He’s a much better wide receiver than (45) catches, I tell you that.”
Hey, who are you scoffing at? That was the feeling four years ago among a handful of Giants defenders when Tom Brady pooh-poohed Plaxico Burress’ prediction.
Neil Keefe never thought the Giants would be here. No one did. But now they’re one win away from going to the Super Bowl. Neil looks at Giants-49ers and makes his picks for championship weekend.
After an 8-8 season and no playoffs for the first time in his tenure with the Jets, Ryan’s words and promises ring hollow.
The Jets need a lot of help to reach the postseason, but they have no chance if they don’t take care of their own business against the Dolphins.
Whatever way the season ends, the New York Jets are in need of an infusion of talent to ensure that they won’t repeat the same misteps next season.
In the case of the Jets and Giants, it’s a little more than just a sibling rivalry. It’s about history, success and the constant bickering between fans of Gang Green and Big Blue.
The bottom line is that the NFL doesn’t care about which player said what – it will simply look at the final score Saturday afternoon and adjust the standings.
The Jets received a boost before their crucial game with the Giants. Plaxico Burress and Jeremy Kerley returned to full practice schedules on Thursday.
The Jets wide receiver, adding to a week of trash talk, didn’t hesitate when he was asked to assess the guys he’ll be lining up against Saturday.
Burress had plenty of memorable moments in four seasons with the Giants. Well, he’s planning to add another on Saturday — against them this time, as a member of the Jets.
While watching the Jets’ 45-19 loss, one question kept echoing in my mind: What did they do in practice this week?
It seems wherever LeBron James goes, controversy follows.
According to multiple reports, the league has billed the Bills receiver — to the tune of $10,000.