The Jets are rarely frauds. It’s worse—they’re teasers. They consistently give false hope, then smash it into a billion pieces, a la Sunday in Green Bay.
Turnovers. Penalties. Missed tackles. Little offense. All the ingredients are in place for Big Blue to miss the playoffs for a third straight season, and even possibly match last season’s 0-6 start.
For a moment, it seemed as if the Jets had tied the Packers. Touchdown — Jeremy Kerley with about 5 minutes left to the game. One problem…
After firing up Jets fans with “(Rexy Go) Beat David Carr” last week, for NFL Week 2 Al Dukes decided to extend an olive branch to those who back Big Blue.
Finally we got to the wildly popular segment of the program where Boomer and Craig offer up their “award-winning” NFL Picks-Picks-Picks against the spread for Week 2 of the NFL season.
If things don’t change for New York, there isn’t going to be a repeat of 2007. Instead it will be another year out of the playoffs.
Now I know how Eagles fans felt all those years. Now that he’s moved on to call the shots for the Jets offense, Marty Mornhinweg has not adjusted his bias even while saddled with a rookie quarterback.
To paraphrase Rex Ryan, Eli Manning didn’t get into the NFL to serve as Peyton Manning’s little brother.
Four fourth-quarter possessions for Gang Green. Three of them ended when one of Geno Smith’s passes ended up in a New England Patriots player’s hands.
One thing’s for sure: Geno isn’t about to be intimidated by the big, bad Patriots. “I embrace the challenge,” he said.
Santonio Holmes’ return to the football field Sunday was marked by one catch, 45 snaps and no setbacks.
The Jets only have a handful of days to prepare for New England, but Muhammad Wilkerson says that’s enough, especially with head coach Rex Ryan back in the fold defensively.
Could someone within the Jets organization have it out for starting quarterback Mark Sanchez? Boomer & Carton think so.
Coaches and players around the league are losing patience and speaking out against the fill-in officials following a slew of questionable calls in the games Sunday and Monday night.
Tampa Bay coach Greg Schiano didn’t break any NFL kneel-down rules and still isn’t apologizing for his aggressive tactics of going after the Giants when they were lined up in victory formation.