The numbers and their recent level of performance indicate the Jets are done for 2012. Their comments say otherwise.
Craig morphed into offensive coordinator Tony Sparano and offered what he believes goes on in his head while coming up with a game plan…
At 3-5, the Jets look like long shots for a third playoff berth. Rex Ryan is embracing that challenge, and believes he has the team to make a strong run in the second half of the schedule.
Rex Ryan didn’t exactly lay out future plans, except to say there was nothing radical about them. That should be of great comfort to Jets fans because, you know, things are working so well these days.
Unfortunately, the Jets’ problems haven’t come through lack of effort. Talent, maybe. Coaching, definitely. But effort? Not in the least.
Say what you want about Tim Tebow. He has his flaws and his detractors certainly have some solid ground to stand on, but can he possibly be worse than Mark Sanchez at this point?
Rex Ryan is sticking with Mark Sanchez as the New York Jets’ starting quarterback, but added that the coaching staff will look at “everything” during the bye week because the team has “no wiggle room.”
As the Jets head into their bye week, you know what you can say about Gang Green’s playoff chances? Bye Bye!
Halfway through the schedule, the Jets are broken. The season has spiraled out of control, and the chances of stopping it may be about as slim as Sandy veering east instead of west.
Rex Ryan wants his Jets to “empty the tank” against the rival Dolphins on Sunday.
When asked about his playing time in a recent interview, the typically guarded Tim Tebow offered a surprising critique of the loud-and-proud culture under coach Rex Ryan.
One thing is for sure after watching Sunday’s game — make that two things. The Patriots are vulnerable, and the Jets had no business losing that one.
The Jets snatched defeat from the jaws of victory on Sunday — and they managed to do it in as agonizing a fashion as the hardcore and old school fans have ever seen.
Conservatism doesn’t play well in the Northeast. And I’m not talking about political campaigns. I’m talking about Jets football.
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.