The wish list for the Jets’ offense was simple, yet ambitious. Playmakers — real difference makers — were needed, and general manager John Idzik went shopping during the offseason.
The consensus seems to be the Giants are rancid and the Jets are rising. In Wall Street vernacular, the world is bullish on the Jets, but bears on the Giants. But haven’t we heard this before?
If it were up to Milliner, he would be manning his usual spot in the Jets’ secondary in the season opener. His left ankle, though, might keep him on the sideline.
The New York Jets’ second-year quarterback has moved on from his up-and-down rookie season and his focus is squarely on the regular-season opener against the Oakland Raiders on Sunday.
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.
Ever think that an NFL team could face a “must win” situation in Week 1 of a 16-game season? Well, for the New York Jets that could very well be the case as the team faces a daunting schedule in Weeks 2 through 7 and cannot afford a slow start.
Chris Johnson is going to be asked to do a lot for the Jets this season. So far, he’s shown that age is just a number and he’s capable of being what he once was.
Despite a thin secondary, the Jets cut the veteran cornerback Saturday in a move that capped a bizarre week involving a player the team had expected to be a starter.
The Jets enter the season opener as a young team with potential while the Raiders are looking to stray away from their losing ways after spending excessively in free agency.
The second-year cornerback suffered a high left ankle sprain during training camp on Aug. 10 and hasn’t practiced since.
Stephen Hill’s interviews are sometimes as perplexing as his play on the field.
Vick’s first game back in the city he called home for five seasons was reduced to nothing more than a one-play cameo, something more suitable for an Instagram video rather than the highlight reels he filled with the Eagles.
“As it relates to my whereabouts, and me missing for 48 hours without being seen or heard from me or my representative, is completely false,” Patterson wrote.
Rookie Jalen Saunders was a full participant at practice Monday for the first time in more than a week after suffering a seizure that hospitalized him for two days.
He’s back, but he won’t be on the field any time soon. Dimitri Patterson’s mysterious absence has led to an indefinite suspension, Jets general manager John Idzik announced on Monday.