If the Jets light up the MetLife Stadium scoreboard on Sept. 9, all will be forgotten. But if the offense struggles, you can bet the boo-birds will be out.
Mark Sanchez, Tim Tebow and most of the Jets starters didn’t play in this battle between backups and guys fighting for roster spots.
The Jets need to face reality. If they hope to once again have the NFL’s most fearsome ball-control offense they should really consider getting Shonn Greene some help — like now.
Both the Giants and Jets are hoping to see a rested, educated group walk into upstate New York ready to hit the ground running — in a most literal sense.
The New York Jets have signed running back Terrance Ganaway, one of their sixth-round draft picks, to a four-year contract.
Here we are, just a handful of days removed from the goings on at Radio City Music Hall. Already it’s been determined by people supposedly in the know that the Jets didn’t draft that well. Nonsense.
It’s nice that the Jets got a potential pass-rusher in the middle front like first-round DL Quinton Coples of North Carolina. But the draftees you really want to watch for the next couple of years came much later.
Rex Ryan declared his confidence in the Jets’ draft selections and called Gang Green’s strength in depth “unusual.”