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Joe Namath is not going to stop until he gets the reaction he is looking for. What exactly that reaction might be, we aren’t sure. What we do know is that no matter what the 2011 edition of the New York Jets does, Broadway Joe is going to find something wrong with it. If his [...]
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Joe Namath is at it again. He has been a big criticizer of the Jets this year. Now his is making it personal with Rex Ryan. Ryan was seen wearing a Joe Namath jersey to the mall recently, and Joe commented saying "I'm just stunned that the jersey with No. 12 come in that size."
Ryan took the shot pretty well saying "Shoot, hey it doesn't matter,"...
Joe Namath and Rex Ryan are the Bickersons.
Rex Ryan walks into a Foot Locker wearing a Joe Namath jersey.
Namath, during a weekly radio appearance on The Michael Kay Show, hears about the homage via Rex's mall attire and was asked about it. His response was less than enthusiastic. "I'm just stunned that the jersey with No. 12 come in that size," he said.
That's despicable, Joe. How could you possibly...
After all of the hysterics and theatrics of the New York Jets three game losing streak, here is their current situation after 8 weeks of football.
New England: 5-2
One game behind both the Patriots and Bills, with two games left against Buffalo and one left against New England, in complete control of their own destiny after an extra week to get healthy and...
5) Rex Ryan: I don't hate Rex Ryan as much as a lot of people do. Yes, he's a loudmouth, but honestly, I kind of find that refreshing. However, he's a little too much sometimes. The things that come out of his mouth about declaring Super Bowl titles multiple times come off as being the Boy who cries wolf too often . How about when he dresses up for press conferences...
The offensive line will always be the backbone of “Rex Ryan Football,” the grind-it-out, mauling style that Gang Green was missing in the first month of the season. For all the preseason chatter about the Jets’ promising aerial attack, Ryan & Co. have returned to their ground-and-pound roots thanks to a reenergized line that has found its way after a shaky start.
FLORHAM PARK–Everyone is back and seems to be ready to get right back to work to prepare for Buffalo.
Most players took at least part of the bye week to go visit friends and family. Here’s a sampling of activities:
Martin Tevaseu went home to California and had his hair braided. He joked that he hoped it would make him “more aerodynamic.”
Nick Bellore went back to his high...
SportsNite coverage from last night of sound from Rex Ryan, Nick Mangold, and Darrelle Revis.
Jets OLB Aaron Maybin has been a spot player for New York thus far this season getting about 10-12 plays a game. But according to Jets head coach Rex Ryan his snap count could be increasing this week.
“Yeah that’s a real possibility because Buffalo does spread you out,” said Ryan. ”But it’s not like the old spread where you throw out of it. Buffalo spreads you out to run...