Santonio Holmes didn’t know that the Ravens’ win meant that the Jets’ playoff dream was dead until Wednesday morning. And he didn’t seem to be too upset when he found out, either.
Santonio Holmes sounds like someone who knows the writing may be on the wall as far as his Jets career goes.
With their season on the line a special teams blunder and a untimely interception cost the Jets a victory.
The Jets coach said this week he’s talked at length to his brother Rob, defensive coordinator of the New Orleans Saints, about stopping Cam Newton and the Panthers.
New York Jets wide receiver Santonio Holmes might have provided the Carolina Panthers with some bulletin board material.
For the first time in a while the New York Jets will be fielding a relatively healthy offensive unit. Will this allow Marty Mornhinweg to open up the playbook?
Struggling Jets QB Geno Smith is getting one of his best targets back against Oakland in receiver Jeremy Kerley.
All three warmed up about two hours before kickoff, with general manager John Idzik watching.
Cromartie hopes to play in the New York Jets’ game Sunday against the Miami Dolphins.
Gang Green could be without two key cogs in their passing game on Sunday. Can Geno Smith find a way to get the offense in sync?
Antonio Cromartie has not practiced for the second straight day because of an ailing hip. His status remains uncertain for Sunday’s game against the Dolphins.
Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie did not practice because of an ailing hip. He could be a game-time decision Sunday against the Dolphins.
Jets wide receiver Jeremy Kerley has been downgraded as out for Sunday’s game with the Ravens.
The Jets’ receiving corps has been patched together all season. This Sunday in Baltimore doesn’t figure to be any different.
“I think we’re capable of being there. If guys just do their jobs and do their assignments and fix the mental breakdowns that we’ve been having, I think we’ll finish strong and be a playoff team.”