How one-sided was this one? Think of what the Indianapolis Colts did to the Giants in Week 2. Ok, so you get the idea. Only this time the road team did the damage.
The Jets will enjoy a victory Monday — but when they get back to work on Wednesday, they’ll have to clean some things up.
New York stormed back to beat Detroit 23-20 on Nick Folk’s 30-yard kick 2:18 into the extra period. “Obviously we feel fortunate we got the win, but we don’t care — we’ll take it,” coach Rex Ryan said.
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Safety Jim Leonhard joined Boomer & Carton Friday to preview the Jets’ Week 9 matchup against the Detroit Lions.
If the New York Giants are going to add to their knockout list of quarterbacks, it won’t be Seattle’s Matt Hasselbeck.
Mike Westhoff wants no more surprises — unless he calls for them himself. “If you don’t get an OK, you don’t run it,” said Westhoff.
Everyone, it seems, wanted to know how the New York Jets could possibly get shut out with all of the talent they have on offense.
Watching the play unfold on film made Mark Sanchez cringe. There on the screen was a wide-open Braylon Edwards streaking down the field for what could have been a go-ahead score.
Rex Ryan was still frustrated 24 hours later, and so were plenty of his players. “Inexcusable,” wide receiver Santonio Holmes said. “Everything that happened was inexcusable.”
Being humbled by Oakland in a 33-3 rout was one thing for Seattle. But Pete Carroll’s crew also left significantly beat up.
Michigan State at Iowa is the best game of the weekend. It’s clear that the Big 10 is the finest conference in the nation and here we are with another classic showdown.