Rex Ryan never has been someone who passes up a good punch line, particularly at the expense of the Patriots. He was in fine form Tuesday during the NFL’s coaches breakfast.
After nearly two weeks, Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker has finally owned up to his mid-January foot-in-mouth press conference.
Jets center Nick Mangold countered Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker’s tongue-in-cheek words Thursday with some words of his own, via Twitter.
Following a week of name-calling, accusations and challenges, the Jets are looking to get past the Patriots and reach the AFC championship game for the second straight season.
Bill Belichick’s New England Patriots are well known for making trash talk a one-sided affair. Apparently, Wes Welker didn’t get the memo.
Craig was all kinds of pumped up on Friday morning about the Jets and their upcoming tussle with the Patriots in Foxboro Sunday afternoon. Boomer was also all sorts of excited, but his joy stemmed from a 1-0 win by the Rangers.
With the Jets just days away from defending their hubris against the hated New England Patriots, Craigie has a surprise up his sleeve. Craig, believing the Jets can win, is picking the Patriots to take the game.
Please forgive Antonio Cromartie for his mouth. He just hasn’t been himself all season. And it’s all Darrelle Revis’ fault. Well, at least one theory.
Sure, Tom Brady is great. So are Peyton Manning and Michael Vick. But in Rex Ryan’s always humble opinion, they pale in comparison to Darrelle Revis.
Tom Brady was unfazed by it all. He shrugged off the brutal weather, dismissed one of the league’s stingiest defenses and all but yawned when someone mentioned the New England Patriots are headed back to the playoffs.
Tom Brady and the Patriots were dominating the Jets after three quarters. Not good enough for Bill Belichick’s bunch.
Starting a season 0-1, especially when you have Super Bowl aspirations, is never an ideal situation. But, starting 0-1 with the Patriots as your next opponent is asking for trouble.
After failing to impress in an opening loss to Baltimore, the New York Jets receive no respite when they host the New England Patriots this weekend to resume one of the nastiest rivalries in the NFL.
Wes Welker would prefer that defenders pay less attention to him. That’s not likely to happen against Jets, the team he set career single-game marks against last year with 15 catches for 192 yards.
Wes Welker was back just seven months after tearing up his left knee, and Tom Brady wasted no time going to his favorite receiver in a 28-10 preseason victory over the Atlanta Falcons on Thursday night.