The Colts, you loved them right? I sure did. What happens on Sunday? They get demolished by the Steelers and the most underappreciated QB in the NFL.
Seven straight losses. The remainder of the season is meaningless. Why even debate the merits of who is the better quarterback between Geno Smith and Michael Vick?
Whether it was Geno Smith or Michael Vick, it really didn’t matter much on a mistake-filled day for the Jets. “Let me tell you,” coach Rex Ryan said, “I’m getting sick and tired of the losing.”
It’s been 40 years since the Cardinals got off to such a good start. They didn’t even live in Arizona back then.
The Jets aren’t quite sure how much of the playbook Harvin will have down by kickoff against Buffalo. And, even if they did, they’ll just keep everyone guessing — especially the Bills.
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 8 of the NFL season.
The Jets are all in on Geno Smith, opting to continue to start him despite having Michael Vick waiting on the sideline. This is a stretch that amounts to a job audition.
“Lady Cro” tweeted that Bengals QB Andy Dalton, who threw for 325 yards and five touchdowns against her husband and the Jets’ secondary, was “making this s— look like pop warner.”
It’s been a humbling season for the Giants and punter Steve Weatherford. But somehow, after starting 0-6, they’re still in the playoff conversation.
For all of Calvin Johnson’s 329 yards, the Detroit Lions needed another foot or so. Matthew Stafford provided it, capping a stunning comeback win over the Dallas Cowboys.
Holmes grew irritated with reporters Thursday, particularly for their follow-up questions to an answer about the upcoming bye week. “Don’t put words in my mouth,” he said.
The Jets have their own Frankenstorm brewing as Hurricane Sandy bears down on the East Coast. It’s Hurricane Tim, colliding with weakening system Mark and growing in strength under the dark clouds of East Rutherford.
Maybe the winds from Hurricane Sandy can blow the Jets out of town. It can take them all, starting with Mark Sanchez.
Halfway through the schedule, the Jets are broken. The season has spiraled out of control, and the chances of stopping it may be about as slim as Sandy veering east instead of west.
Rex Ryan was frustrated again after Sunday’s loss, a feeling that’s becoming a regular thing for the Jets coach.