Although there’s no saying the Jets are going to make a run at a Super Bowl anytime soon, they’re still not going to be half as bad as Saturday night’s showing. At least you’d better hope not, or it’s going to be a long year.
Tim Tebow picked up some yards by running around a few times. Other than that, there wasn’t much in his Jets debut. Certainly nothing to spark any mania back in New York.
From Rex Ryan to Tim Tebow, the entire New York Jets organization is getting prepared and excited for next season.
With the Jets, I have to deal with schizophrenia. Keep expectations low. Don’t invest your passion this year. It has never been as easy as it sounds.
Getting back to Cortland could not have come at a better time for the Jets. They are trying to turn the page on the locker room turmoil of a year ago as they look to regain the chemistry and the magic that they had during the first two years of the Rex Ryan era.
Quinton Coples is expected to be a starter as a rookie on Rex Ryan’s defensive line after a standout career with the Tar Heels.
The New York Jets have signed seventh-round draft pick Antonio Allen, according to The New York Post. Allen, a strong safety out of the University of South Carolina, inked a four-year deal that includes a $45,896 signing bonus, the paper reported.
Mike DeVito doesn’t want to be seen as the first victim of big rookie defensive lineman Quinton Coples.
The Jets have restructured DeVito’s contract, reducing the veteran player’s salary this season after drafting Quinton Coples in the first round.
Quinton Coples has been held out of 11-on-11 team drills because of what the New York Jets defensive lineman says was “a coach’s decision.”
Say goodbye to defensive lineman Ropati Pitoitua, who became expendable after the Jets drafted Quinton Coples last week.
Jets first-round pick Quinton Coples took a few minutes to speak with Joe & Evan on WFAN, and he discussed the kind of player he is, responded to criticism about his dedication and revealed whether or not he knew Jets coach Rex Ryan was going to select him at No. 16.
Rex Ryan is hoping speed — the missing ingredient to his squad’s aggressive, physical style — may just help him sack New England and Bill Belichick’s stranglehold on the division.
Here we are, just a handful of days removed from the goings on at Radio City Music Hall. Already it’s been determined by people supposedly in the know that the Jets didn’t draft that well. Nonsense.
It’s nice that the Jets got a potential pass-rusher in the middle front like first-round DL Quinton Coples of North Carolina. But the draftees you really want to watch for the next couple of years came much later.