“I mean, that’s just how I am,” Smith said Wednesday. “My Mom thought it was weird. I never really got big on Christmas when I was a kid. That’s just how I was all the time.”
The high-powered passing game may light up the scoreboard during the regular season, but it’s not the way to dominate in the postseason. Exhibit A: the Giants.
The performance was so dominant Sunday that Candlestick Park was filled with a chant of “Let’s go Giants!” with nearly 4 minutes to play.
The Giants issued a statement of their own to 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh on Sunday. Maybe the rest of the NFL, too.
This is purgatory for Jets fans like me. Look, I’m thrilled that the line was rejuvenated, if only for a week. But I don’t see how it will be enough to get New York to the postseason tournament.
Jets fans can now take a deep breath. If they can get to 4-4 at the bye, they’ll be alive and kicking.
If the Jets don’t get to 3-3, it’s going to be hard to stay in the race for a playoff spot. Playoffs? Did I just say playoffs?
While the media and fans had a field day with Rex Ryan’s “this week” remark, Sanchez insisted it was nothing to sweat over.
Could Rex Ryan’s unwavering faith in Mark Sanchez be — wavering?
Simply, despite the odds stacked against them this year, the Jets have performed like expected — so far.
This Saturday will be a great opportunity for LSU to silence some of their more recent critics as they head to Florida to take on the Gators.
Jets center Nick Mangold did not participate in practice on Wednesday, but coach Rex Ryan thinks he’ll be fine to play against the Miami Dolphins on Monday night.
A New York team is climbing Joe Benigno’s Top 10. And no, it’s not the Jets or Giants.
Now we get to the meaty part of the schedule where high-stake conference games take place across the landscape on a weekly basis.
Boomer said it best – from an NFL fan’s standpoint, it just doesn’t get any better than this past Sunday.