“I feel sick,” Ryan said. “Our guys just played great, for the most part, in a lot of areas. Dang. We can’t buy a win.”
After a couple of 8-8 seasons had us thinking that maybe they’re not so far away, there’s no obscuring the Jets’ true status now.
If Rex Ryan is indeed a goner, it appears the Jets have already set their sights on his replacement.
The New York Jets defense suffers another blow as veteran leader Muhammad Wilkerson will miss Monday night’s game against the Miami Dolphins.
There’s only one true trophy, one 12-point buck Woody can bag this winter — Jim Harbaugh. And if the ornery 49ers coach is on sale after the holidays, he needs to be the singular focus of Woody Johnson’s affection.
With each passing week, it’s looking less and less likely that the Jets will retain head coach Rex Ryan after the season.
In a surprising twist, the New York Jets have announced that Geno Smith will get the start at quarterback over Michael Vick for the game against the Miami Dolphins on Monday night.
With his team dazed and confused it is time for New York Jets owner Woody Johnson to make a head coaching change.
At least there is no illusion of quality. They are the real thing; authentically, undeniably bad. Monday’s train wreck only made it official. At least knowing that makes it easier to take.
The Jets had almost every advantage imaginable Monday night and still lost by a galling spread to a pedestrian Bills team that had a biblically bad week.
In his postgame press conference, Ryan wouldn’t commit to a starter for next week’s Monday night game against the Dolphins.
Jets defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson didn’t want to discuss leaving Monday night’s game against the Bills: “I’m not commenting on that.”
The Jets looked like they were the team that missed a few practice days because of a snow storm. “We didn’t block, we didn’t tackle, we didn’t do anything,” head coach Rex Ryan said.
The so-called foregone conclusion that was Rex Ryan losing his job at season’s end isn’t so foregone anymore.
Another clunker for Rex Ryan and his team as the Buffalo Bills trounced the New York Jets on Monday Night Football.