San Diego Chargers
It’s not an easy task, but there isn’t a game remaining that the Jets can cross off the list automatically and chalk up as a loss.
Navigating the New York media microscope is nothing compared to what Plaxico Burress has been through the past few years. If this weekend was any indication, the Plax of old is back.
Ah, yes. Happy days are here again. Just like that, the Jets have gone from gloom and doom to fun-loving and proud.
Jets fans have been wandering in the wilderness of the NFL for over 40 years, grasping at hope. But now, maybe, finally, it is over. Perhaps now the “Same Old Jets” can tied to a stake and burnt.
Rex Ryan thinks his New York Jets secondary is second to none, no matter what anyone thinks. And that includes Randy McMichael.
After catching his third touchdown pass of the day, Plaxico Burress went wild. Well, at least by his standards.
Rex Ryan may reach downright insufferable levels this week. But that’s OK now, since his Jets are now on the good side of .500 at 4-3.
It was the hang-up heard ’round the Tri-State area — and then the nation. “I don’t dislike Mike,” Revis said on Sunday. “He had his opinion, I had mine.”
If the “x” gets put next to “Jets” in the AFC standings come January, it will be because of some soul searching that was done at halftime of Sunday’s 27-21 win over the Chargers at MetLife Stadium.
No use praising the opponents when you self-destruct. That’s how the Chargers felt Sunday after losing 27-21 to the Jets.
Facing his former team made LaDainian Tomlinson sick. Literally.
On Sunday, Ryan had no reason to apologize as his Jets made an impressive turnaround. It was San Diego that self-destructed, leaving Norv Turner to bemoan his team’s sloppiness.
The Jets have made alterations to their roster ahead of Sunday’s game against the Chargers. Wide receiver Logan Payne to the IR and defensive end Martin Tevaseu is signed for the practice squad.
Francesa wanted to get an opinion straight from Revis regarding a controversial play against Miami. Well, he got it alright. And then Francesa — and listeners across the Tri-State area — got a dial tone.
Jets coach Rex Ryan expects center Nick Mangold to play Sunday after being limited in practice on Friday. For Mike DeVito, the news isn’t as promising.
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