Considering the Jets’ numerous mistakes, it’s hard to believe they beat the inferior Miami Dolphins.
Let’s face it: after Sunday’s 23-20 overtime victory over the Dolphins, the Jets deserve to be in first place about as much as I deserve to be the Pope.
A pass caromed off Tim Tebow’s helmet, which is how things went much of the day for the Jets. Then in overtime, the ball bounced their way.
Nick Folk kicked a 33-yarder with 6:04 left, giving the New York Jets a 23-20 overtime victory over the Miami Dolphins.
Lost amid all the negative banter — and Monday morning quarterbacking — after the Jets’ Week 2 loss in Pittsburgh was, well, more negativity.
Could someone within the Jets organization have it out for starting quarterback Mark Sanchez? Boomer & Carton think so.
Amazingly, we’re in just Week 3 of the NFL season and the Jets are already faced with a must-win situation. That is not an exaggeration.
Without Darrelle Revis, the Jets are a team full of holes.
Just as quickly as they emerged after a dreadful preseason, Mark Sanchez and the short-lived high-powered New York Jets offense were jarringly knocked back to reality.
So much for those high-powered Jets. Or those creaky Pittsburgh Steelers.
This week in Pittsburgh I expect the Jets to play well, but there’s no way that the Gang Green offense can duplicate what they did this past week. The Steelers’ defense will give them trouble.
Mission already accomplished for the Wildcat. With all the focus on what Tim Tebow’s role is going to be, his part in the Jets’ offense is flying under the radar.
The philosophy was simple, yet confusing at the same time and it goes like this – ‘know and know you know.’ See what I meant by both simple and confusing?
Now that the Jets have shown their new identity on tape, the Steelers better be familiar with the cliché regarding those who fool.
The chic pick for the playoffs used to be the Jets. This year, they seem to be the butt of the joke from fans and analysts alike. On Sunday, Rex’s bunch would like to change the punchline.