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“We’re not buying all this spin that is coming out right now,” the player said. “And we’re not necessarily buying that the quote came out recently or even from this locker room.”
Mark Sanchez is still the Jets’ franchise quarterback despite being mired in one of the worst slumps of his career. Tim Tebow, however, is still the team’s most talked-about quarterback.
The Jets knew what they were getting themselves into, and now they have no one to blame but themselves for a season splintering apart. They should have known better.
The numbers and their recent level of performance indicate the Jets are done for 2012. Their comments say otherwise.
The Jets are not going to win the division, but they can take baby steps, and that will put them in contention for an AFC Wild Card spot. It looks hopeless right now, but the schedule makers have given them a chance to rise up out of the muck.
You got just enough of a taste on Wednesday night to whet your NFL appetite. But the first full weekend of the season is upon us, and the season will begin to take shape. Here are some things to look for in Week 1 action.
Sent packing from the Jets to St. Louis last month in a swap of embattled right tackles, Hunter had just about enough of the Tri-State pressure cooker.
Hey, if the Jets managed to turn around Aaron Maybin on the defensive side, a former first-round pick who was widely considered a bust in Buffalo, why not Smith on the offensive line?
It’s hard to use the word impressive in most any talk about the Jets’ preseason offense. But there is one exception: right tackle.
The New York Jets have acquired Jason Smith from the St. Louis Rams for Wayne Hunter in a swap of disappointing right tackles.
After a big false start, the New York Jets pulled off a Tebow-like comeback Wednesday night, completing a trade for the quarterback who turned the Denver Broncos from an also-ran into a playoff team last season.
Before taking over in St. Louis, Spagnuolo had top 10 defenses with the Giants in the 2007 and 2008 seasons.
On Saturday, a report emerged that the Rams were interested in Schottey, and on Sunday evening, NFL.com’s Mike Lombardi reported that St. Louis offered him the position.
You could say the Giants’ defensive coordinator didn’t want to thrown any more Fewell on the fire.
Two years. Two torn ACLs. One knee. The news shocked the Giants and their fans, but Domenik Hixon says it’ll just be part of his comeback story.