I don’t want to read more about how this was meant to be a rebuilding year, a developmental season for Geno Smith, yada, yada, yada. Been there. Too many times to count.
The Jets were upset with their weak work in scoring range — and with what they claimed was a lack of execution by the officials on a critical second-quarter play Monday night.
Press-man coverage, zone coverage, whatever. Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery cause opponents fits, and they’ll be looking to do more of the same against the Jets.
Rashad Jennings’ efforts to motivate his teammates Sunday worked wonders, especially for him. Now, the object is keeping the team together week after week.
When the Jets and Bears get together Monday night at MetLife Stadium, these two imperfect teams should provide an excellent measuring stick for each other.
It’s time for the Giants to look in the mirror and figure out how they need to play. Houston has been able to execute, while coach Tom Coughlin’s team has failed to do so.
Rex Ryan’s unit needs to show improvement after Aaron Rodgers passed for 346 yards and three touchdowns in Sunday’s demoralizing loss.
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 3 of the NFL season.
After Sunday’s loss, Giants coach Tom Coughlin told his players to stick together. Not everyone did. Receiver Hakeem Nicks complained about not being able to throw the ball to himself.
Whenever a player commits an infraction on the practice field, everyone out there – from coach Rex Ryan to owner Woody Johnson – needs to drop and give ’em 10.
Ugly. Sloppy. And, Rex Ryan will take it.
The Giants’ offense is a mess, and coach Tom Coughlin knows time is running out to find answers and salvage the season.
So why was this lopsided game not decided until the Bills’ final possession? Look no further than the Jets’ bizarre case of what-in-the-world-is-going-on mental hiccups.
On Sunday, the attention will again be on the first two quarterbacks drafted, when the Bills (1-1) and Jets (1-1) square off. It’s the 106th game in the series, and the first featuring a pair of rookie starting QBs.
The battle between Jets rookie Geno Smith and first-year Buffalo Bills quarterback EJ Manuel has garnered most of the headlines. But for New York, this game will be all about stopping Mario Williams.