Not that it’s fun to poke fun at the Jets, but these days, it’s just so darn easy. What went down Sunday was yet another example of bad fortune that this team has experienced during its history.
There are still several free agents out there who have the ability to help franchises win games. They may be coming back from injuries and have to prove they are healthy, but there’s still a chance for teams to sign difference-makers.
Jets fans need to buckle up, because once free agency officially begins at 4 p.m. on Tuesday there’s no telling how different the team will look in a relatively short period of time.
There was a time when Santonio Holmes was beloved by the Jets’ fan base. He was as clutch as they come. Now, he’s as unemployed as they come.
The move with Antonio Cromartie could be just the first of a few high-profile players being released this offseason by the Jets.
The end of the Santonio Holmes era with the Jets is reportedly about to happen. The volatile wide receiver could be cut over the next few days, freeing the Jets from their $8.25 million commitment to him in 2014.
Gang Green finished the season 8-8. With some additions can New York contend in 2014?
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.