Quinton Coples wasn’t going to let his team’s 1-5 record scare him away from the opportunity to talk with the Dynamic Radio Duo that is Boomer & Carton.
Despite beating the Raiders by 10 points last season, the Jets said they came away from the game feeling like they only completed half of their mission. That’s because Oakland ran all over their stout and prideful defense.
Joe Klecko respects Quinton Coples, thinks he’s a very good player, but says there’s something missing from his game.
The New York defense will be facing a Cleveland team that is missing one of their best playmakers on offense. Will Gang Green be able to take advantage?
Most experts also had the Jets penciled in as 3-6 heading into their bye. Muhammad Wilkerson and Co. obviously had other ideas, beating two of the three first-place teams they faced during the hardest part of their schedule.
The Jets graduated Sunday. They beat a good Saints team, led by a good quarterback in Drew Brees, 26-20, through timely offense and fantastic defense.
Now, everyone will be talking about the curious call in overtime that secured New York’s win over New England. But that doesn’t even happen without Ryan’s halftime adjustments.
Wilkerson was docked $15,785 for roughing the passer, while Coples was fined $7,875 for unnecessary roughness. Both were surprised at the fines, especially since no penalties were called on the field.
Jake Locker was having his way with the Jets, throwing three touchdown passes, before going down with 11:14 left in the third quarter.
The New York Jets’ outside linebacker will make his regular-season debut Sunday against the Buffalo Bills, a month after having surgery on his fractured right ankle. Coples was listed as probable on the team’s injury report Friday.
New York Jets wide receiver Jeremy Kerley fully participated in practice Wednesday after he missed the team’s game at New England last Thursday with a concussion.
Tampa Bay cornerback Darrelle Revis and Jets’ wide receiver Santonio Holmes are active for Sunday’s opening game.
The New York Jets announced that wide receiver Santonio Holmes and tackle Kenrick Ellis are listed as questionable ahead of Sunday’s home game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The Jets best wide receiver should be ready to take on Darrelle Revis at MetLife Stadium on Sunday.
“I still don’t know,” Holmes said Wednesday. “Still haven’t gotten any word from the doctors yet on whether I should be playing or not, so I’m just going to keep playing it by ear.”