Found January 06, 2012 on
For most of the season, the Philadelphia Eagles were considered the poster team for underachieving. But in the end, the New York Jets gave them a run for the title.
The Jets ended on a three-game losing streak, finishing 8-8 and missing the playoffs for the first time under Rex Ryan. They played an easy schedule, and still couldn't get it done, going 0-4 against teams that finished with winning records. They also lost six games by double digits, underscoring the gap between the Jets and the top teams.
Aside from the record, the most troubling part of the season was how they lost -- lacking cohesion and chemistry. The lasting image of the 2011 season will be that of the Jets arguing in the huddle with two minutes left in their sorry season.
All of Rex Ryan's chickens came home to roost. All the big talk that wasn't backed up, his futile effort to endow his players with leadership qualities they didn't have, and his attempt to build Mark Sanchez into a winning quarter...
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After beating the Jets and the Cowboys, the Giants open the playoffs against the Falcons and their star quarterback.
What in the name of Rex Ryan is going on here?
FLORHAM PARK, NJ—Though some in the Jets organization have expressed doubts about Mark Sanchez's role as the team's starting quarterback, head coach Rex Ryan vociferously defended Sanchez Thursday, confirming the former first-round pick was "ab...
Two days after Rex Ryan admitted that he didn’t have his finger on the pulse of the Jets this season, rookie quarterback Greg McElroy revealed a toxic attitude that permeated the lockerroom. “It’s definitely not a fun place to be,” McElroy told an Alabama radio station on Wednesday. “I can ...
Ever wondered what Bill Belichick really means when he mumurs through a postgame news conference or what Rex Ryan is really saying when he makes bold predictions about the Jets? Thanks to Charles Barkley's Postgame Translator App, sports fans can now decipher the most opaque cliches. Check out the commercial for the app from Saturday Night Live in the video below.
Something for everyone, from Jon Gruden in full snarl to Tom Brady in humble mode. With the obligatory Rex Ryan guarantee.
New York Giants Guard Chris Snee, speaking to the NY Post, had some interesting comments on the New York Jets.
If you remember, Jets head coach Rex Ryan said that the Jets were now the Giants’ “big brother” after back-to-back trips to the … [visit site to read more]
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The Jets have said that offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer will be back with the team next year if he doesn’t get a head coaching job elsewhere in a variety of forums. Rex Ryan said it in his season-ending press conference. Ryan and G.M. Mike Tannenbaum said it in a variety of radio interviews. And yet…