The Jets’ offense is struggling mightily, and a lot of the blame is being dumped on Wayne Hunter’s massive shoulders. The starting right tackle knows he needs to get better — and fast.
Rex Ryan isn’t ready to commit to Wayne Hunter as the Jets’ stating right tackle.
Although there’s no saying the Jets are going to make a run at a Super Bowl anytime soon, they’re still not going to be half as bad as Saturday night’s showing. At least you’d better hope not, or it’s going to be a long year.
t’s no secret that the New York Jets offense lacked consistency last year and it has carried over into the first two games of this preseason, most recently in last night’s grotesque 26-3 loss to the New York Giants.
If you take into consideration the average Jets fan’s usual penchant for saying the sky is falling, Friday’s performance against the Bengals was a huge red flag. It wasn’t. In fact, it meant very little in the grand scheme of things.
Sanchez or Tebow? It just doesn’t matter! Because no matter who they pick, the Patriots are STILL the better team and this will be ANOTHER year without a Super Bowl!
Tim Tebow is ready to play, and so are the rest of those chippy Jets.
The Jets said Wednesday that the trade is contingent on Otah, sidelined most of the last two seasons by a nagging knee injury, passing his physical in the next seven days.
With the Jets, I have to deal with schizophrenia. Keep expectations low. Don’t invest your passion this year. It has never been as easy as it sounds.
Getting back to Cortland could not have come at a better time for the Jets. They are trying to turn the page on the locker room turmoil of a year ago as they look to regain the chemistry and the magic that they had during the first two years of the Rex Ryan era.
The Jets are set to embark on arguably the most pivotal training camp in franchise history, and for the first time in a while they seem ready to focus almost exclusively on football. It’s true.
Otah spent four seasons with the Panthers after being a first-round draft choice in 2008. He started all 29 games that he played. But last season, he played in only four games, then went on injured reserve on Oct. 19 with a left knee injury.
The Jets open training camp July 26 and when Rex Ryan brings his team together, you can be certain that he will talk plenty about the New England Patriots and finding a way to supplant them in the AFC East.
The Jets just completed a series of organized team activities and a mini camp and appear to be in a solid position to hit training camp next month on the fly and ready for serious work.
The Jets have issues. No one is denying that fact. But somewhere along the line many people stopped judging them based on football decision and execution. They’ve already doomed the 2012 season. You all need to chill.