“Ground & Pound” isn’t a new strategy for the Jets and one that they too quickly abandoned this year.
Let’s be honest. The Jets are very lucky that they were hosting the Bills — because they really didn’t play that well.
Whenever anyone mentions the Buffalo Bills being a young, rebuilding team, they can point to Sunday’s 28-24 loss to the Jets as Exhibit A.
Tim Tebow’s solemn, silent knee next to his helmet should be an oasis inside the savage and self-serving expressions we see on Sundays.
The Jets are in a zero-sum business right now. Win, move on to the next game, and win again. Do it enough times and they’ll save their season.
This was one frantic finish the Jets might consider a turning point if they end up pulling off another late-season playoff push.
Jerry Recco began his first update with a play-by-play cut of the great Marv Albert describing Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson’s costly drop in the final minute.
Mark Sanchez led a Jets’ comeback over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday to keep Gang Green’s playoff hopes alive. His late heroics keep the Jets in playoff contention.
Brandon Marshall? No biggie. With the winless Dolphins coming to town, cornerback Corey Webster knew his assignment before the Giants even discussed their gameplan.
The Giants hope they can stop the ringleader of a Bills offense affectionately labeled “Mis-Fitz.”