Rex Ryan was shocked at how badly the Tennessee Titans beat his Jets and he’s tired of hearing excuses about his youthful team’s growing pains.
The last time this happened to Big Blue, they won only six games and missed the postseason entirely. Now there seems to be a gloomy feel of history repeating itself.
The resurgent Chiefs lead the NFL in turnover differential and sacks. None of that appears to be good news for the winless Giants, who are coming off their worst performance under coach Tom Coughlin.
Being two of the league’s most-penalized clubs, the more disciplined team could very well be the one to improve to 3-1.
Five catches, 154 yards and a game-winning touchdown against the Buffalo Bills. It’s safe to say Santonio Holmes is back, right? Wrong.
An upbeat Tom Coughlin is promising a more physical team. And if practice was any indication Wednesday, there was a little feistiness to the workout.
The time is now for these Jets to come together and unite. Too bad Rex Ryan gave his team Monday off.
While the Jets are standing by Mark Sanchez right now, perhaps their biggest potential playmaker – Tim Tebow – is mostly just standing by.
Johnson has his priorities: the upcoming presidential election and his football franchise. In that order.
Tim Tebow’s biggest critic says maybe it’s time for more of No. 15. But it wasn’t exactly a ringing endorsement.
I wrote during the week that I was afraid that the San Francisco 49ers would make the Jets look like a high school team. I was right, though I had the wrong root cause.
The tragic number for the Giants was 2. As in the number of chances Lawrence Tynes got to kick the potential game-winning field goal. As in the number of times he missed. As in the number of feet his attempt was short on the one that counted.
When Lawrence Tynes got a do-over, LeSean McCoy couldn’t watch. “I was so nervous, praying please let him miss it,” McCoy said. Well, he did.
The way Rex Ryan’s self-proclaimed best team of his coaching era is going, you might soon be able to get great seats for the price of bus fare to the Meadowlands.
There’s no more important factor in evaluating Sunday night’s Giants-Eagles game: the offensive lines for each team will write the script for this contest.