A pass caromed off Tim Tebow’s helmet, which is how things went much of the day for the Jets. Then in overtime, the ball bounced their way.
“I’m playing Sunday.” With that simple yet strong statement, Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis insisted Thursday that he would be on the field in Miami.
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The real story here was how a couple of young players embodied the NFL’s universal “next man up” injury philosophy.
Nobody could have seen this coming. Not coach Tom Coughlin nor his players. The Giants simply crushed the Panthers on both sides of the ball.
Matt Cavanaugh has worked with lots of quarterbacks over the years. None have been anything like Tim Tebow.
Andre Brown is determined to find a lasting home in the NFL with the team that originally drafted him — the Giants. If he keeps playing like he did Thursday night, he just might.
It’s no secret that successful teams often have successful quarterbacks. So Mark Sanchez knows that if the Jets are to avoid a repeat of last season’s disappointment, he’ll have to step it up.
The Eli Manning-Cam Newton matchup is intriguing, especially with both defenses only having three days to prepare.
Andre Brown’s ability to create something of a power running game on Sunday opened up the passing game for Eli Manning to have a 500-yard day. He needs to do it again on Thursday.
Before the Jets started playing football for real this year, Rex Ryan proclaimed his defense a sure-fire, top-five group. Amazing how one injury can turn an otherwise impressive unit into a bunch of also-rans.
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