Woody Johnson still has high hopes for Geno Smith. The New York Jets owner was unhappy about Smith shouting an expletive at a heckler last weekend, but thinks the young quarterback will overcome his recent struggles.
Smith was asked if it could help the Jets by putting Michael Vick in for not just a play or two, but an entire quarter — and he, predictably and understandably, bristled.
Raise your hand if you think you can make any sense of this. I’m not sure if the Jets’ defense is good, misunderstood, falsely accused or just one big enigma.
Mired in a 3-game losing streak, it is time for the New York Jets to take out their frustrations on the field, not off of it.
My premise then and now is simple. The Giants are stable, a fixed totem pole where no one is jostling for all the credit or the glory. The Jets, by contrast, have fatal holes in their hierarchy.
The Patriots are vulnerable, and Rex Ryan continues to preach patience with slumping quarterback Geno Smith. Insanity?
Rex’s Jets are 1-3, have lost three in a row and can’t cover anyone in the passing game. And Rob’s Saints have been even worse than his brother’s bunch.
Geno Smith and the rest of the New York Jets’ offense got together and huddled up. Behind closed doors. No coaches. No media.
“The Jets, from their head coach through their general manager through the organization, are lost,” Francesa said. “It’s typical, because all they do is say the same things.”
The calendar still says September, but already the Jets have put themselves into a critical time crunch. The playoffs are slipping away. Time to cash in on the insurance policy.
There’s no benefit to finishing 7-9 over 4-12. If the Jets are bad enough, they can have their pick at the best available quarterback coming out of college.
The New York Jets lost their third game in a row as Geno Smith and the Jets offense continues to struggle.
A frustrated Smith was caught by a CBS 2 camera shouting an expletive at a heckler in the stands as he walked off the field following a 24-17 loss to the Detroit Lions.
The New York Jets’ wide receiver, recovering from tightness in his right hamstring, is expected to play Sunday despite being listed as questionable on the team’s injury report Friday.
The New York Jets would be foolish to consider benching Geno Smith in favor of Michael Vick.