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Welcome to New York Geno Smith. What turned out to me a sloppy yet entertaining game finally turned into the Jets favor for once. A solid defensive effort coupled with Geno Smith “managing” the offense led to a Jets 18-17 win of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. While Jets’ fans will celebrate the ending, it almost ended in epic Jets losing fashion.
Geno Smith didn’t blow anyone away with his performance. In fact, the Jets were set up to lose if not for a bone headed late hit by the Bucs on Smith... Read more
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The New York Jets defeated the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in their season opener behind the foot of Nick Folk, who hit a 48-yard field goal with seven seconds remaining.
Nick Folk hit the game winning 48-yard field goal to give the Jets a 1-0 record.
The Jets were down 17-15 when Geno Smith and the Jets offense took the field on the 20-yard line with remaining. Smith completed a pass to...
Geno Smith and the New York Jets will take on their AFC East rivals, the New England Patriots, Thursday night in their first road game of the season.
Rex Ryan looks to defeat Bill Belichick in what might be his last game in Foxborugh as the Jets head coach.
There is no better time to take on Tom Brady and the New England Patriots for the New York Jets. The Patriots will be without...
The New York Jets were expected to be one of the biggest jokes of the NFL season, but they managed to pull out a victory in their first game. They can thank Tampa Bay Buccaneers linebacker Lavonte David for the assist. David pushed Geno Smith after the Jets quarterback had already stepped out of bounds […]
LaVonte David is a talented young linebacker, and will make plenty of great plays during his career.
Sunday David’s aggression got the best of him after he got a personal foul called on him for shoving Geno Smith out of bounds with less than 10 seconds remaining in regulation.
The dumb penalty allowed the Jets to attempt the game winning field goal, and escape with a 17-15 win...
Fresh off a win in his rookie debut against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Geno Smith now gets his first taste of the New York Jets rivalry against the New England Patriots and their no-huddle passing attack. See what the former West Virginia Mountaineer had to say about his opening performance and how he will prepare to topple one of the NFL’s premiere coaching-quarterback tandems.
Geno Smith picked a great time on Sunday to play sound football for the New York Jets, and with the help of a perfectly timed late hit, it was just enough to propel the Jets to a narrow victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. With one win in his pocket, is it possible that Geno Smith will lead the Jets to a respectable record in 2013?
Well, the short and simple answer to my own...
Rookie Geno Smith will get his second start for the New York
Jets, as expected, when the team plays at New England on Thursday
Opening Sunday is always full of mishaps and gaffes, and this season’s edition was no different. Let’s get right to it.
Titans safety themselves
We saw more than one safety today, but this one stands above the rest for one simple reason. It happened three seconds into the Titans’ road game against the Steelers. Let me lay the situation down.
On the opening kickoff...
New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan credited Geno Smith's mobility in leading Gang Green to a victory at MetLife Stadium over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Buccaneers LB Lavonte David an emerging player in the league who seems primed for a breakout season not only suffered through the aftermath of his late-hit on Jets QB Geno Smith but also got fined for his actions according to a league source.
David's unnecessary roughness penalty set up the Jets comeback win giving them a field goal chance with seven seconds left to beat the...
ESPN analyst Ron Jaworski made the bold claim a few weeks ago saying Colin Kaepernick could be the best quarterback in the history of the NFL. At the time, that statement seemed ludicrous and it still does now, although maybe to a lesser extent.
Kaepernick sure looked like one of the best, if not the best, quarterbacks in the NFL on opening weekend. He enjoyed his first career 300...
The NFL Network's first Thursday night game features the surprising 1-0 New York Jets against the equally surprising 1-0 New England Patriots. It is surprising that the Jets won. It is surprising the way in which the Patriots won. Now both teams will have to dispense with the surprises and get down to some football. Here are five things we will be watching for Thursday night...
BY NICK ST. DENISESPN had the New York Jets as the 32nd-best team in its preseason power rankings, and Gang Green's position on most other major websites wasn't much better.In the wake of an 18-17 season-opening victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Ryan was asked Monday about how he feels standing in front of his squad at 1-0 after being tabbed by some as the NFL's...