Who is the most talented tight end in the NFL? Pick a side!
Mark Sanchez is a bare-minimum NFL quarterback. He has a hard time throwing the ball accurately, and the Jets simply don’t have the receivers to take on a defense that ranks 28th in passing yards allowed. Tim Tebow, you say? Please.
The bluster is back after one big win for the Jets.
“I would say he would have to go to church, temple — wherever he goes — find a nice girl and get laid,” Lawrence Taylor said of Tim Tebow. “I mean, marry her if he has to, but he’s got to get some of that pressure off.”
It’s hard to believe that it has gone this far, but it has. The disgrace of the NFL continues on a weekly (daily?) basis. With the obligatory “the replacement refs are trying their best” out of the way, let’s take a look at how the NFL is killing the integrity of the NFL.
Tight ends came into their own in 2011. Will more records be broken in 2012? Check out your top 10 fantasy football options.
Coughlin’s team once again finds itself short in the secondary, and faced with a lot of juggling to overcome it.
OK, so it wasn’t quite the treatment Robinson Cano got in Kansas City. But Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski certainly heard it from the crowd.
Jets tight end Dustin Keller wants to stay with the Jets “for a long time,” but admitted Monday he’s frustrated by the slow-moving talks to extend his contract.
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.
Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is back in the headlines. This time it’s for his take on Jets backup quarterback Tim Tebow.
Tell us how you really feel, Darrelle.
LaRon Landry wants to prove he is healthy before he gets a lengthy contract. So the versatile safety signed a one-year contract with the New York Jets with the idea that a longer deal and bigger bucks could come down the road.
After a week of digesting the Super Bowl win and everything that has come with it and from it, Neil Keefe gives his final thoughts on the Giants’ improbable run.
Yes, the Giants won their second Super Bowl in five years. But more important are the messages that can be learned by absorbing the way they did it, educating and inspiring thousands of people, young and old.