Found October 27, 2012 on
The Penalty Flag:
The New York Jets have already guaranteed victory over the Miami Dolphins, which is typical, considering no other team enters match-ups guaranteeing the win more than the Jets.
The last time the Dolphins met the Jets, in Week 3, Reggie Bush had to leave the game with a knee injury and Derrelle Revis’ season ended with a torn ACL. The Jets squeezed out a win in overtime (but I question the validity of any replacement-reffed game).
Since Week 3 the Jets have improved. After a shutdown by San Francisco, the Jets managed not to get trampled by Houston, and brought back the ground and pound offence to beat Indianapolis. The Jets almost won against the Patriots, but, as usual, they couldn’t pull through when they needed to.… Read more
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After a 30-9 drubbing of their AFC East rivals, Dolphins running back Reggie Bush commented on what he perceived as giving up by his opponent.
The New York Jets are taking their lumps these days, and opposing teams are more than willing to pile after laying the smack down on Rex Ryan's boisterous bunch.
The latest player to come after the Jets is Dolphins running back Reggie Bush, whose team throttled the Jets in New Jersey on Sunday afternoon, cruising to an easy 30-9 victory at MetLife Stadium.
Next up in a week filled with trash talk: Antonio Cromartie.
The New York Jets cornerback says Friday that comments by the Miami Dolphins' Reggie Bush about it being karma that Darrelle Revis is out for the season were ''unprofessional'' and don't show ''any kind of sportsmanship at all.''
Cromartie nearly let out an obscenity when he was...
Hurricane Sandy wasn't the only blast of wind swirling around in New Jersey this weekend. While New York Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie was basically a lot less blustery than his teammates, who talked trash all week leading up to the game against the Miami Dolphins, it was Cromartie who created a post-game storm by calling Reggie Bush a "punk."
You think after...
Jets defensive coordinator Mike Pettine's job just got a little bit harder, and it's all because a couple of guys couldn't keep their mouths shut.
The back and forth between the Jets and Dolphins running back Reggie Bush continued this week with the teams squaring off in the Meadowlands on Sunday. But while we'll have to wait and see what unfolds...
It may only be Thursday, but the Miami Dolphins and New York Jets have exchanged enough trash talk over the past four days to last an entire season. Most of it has centered around Reggie Bush, as some of the Jets players have vowed to get revenge on Bush after he called Darrelle Revis’ season-ending injury karma.
One of those New York players was linebacker Aaron Maybin, who told...
War Of Words Between Jets & Dolphins Continue After Game -
After New York’s loss to Miami, cornerback Antonio Cromartie addressed a personal-foul penalty he received after a first-quarter incident with Dolphins running back Reggie Bush. Cromartie addressed the situation after the game. “I didn’t lose my composure,” Cromartie said, via Mark Hale of the New York Post. “I...
All week long the Jets have been doing what the Jets do best, run their mouths. Whether it’s Rex Ryan, Laron Landry, or Aaron Maybin each of them have taken their respective shots at Dolphins stud running back and perhaps little bit of a pretty boy Reggie Bush.
While bounty might be a bit of a stretch, the Jets players have mentioned on several occasions...
The Miami Dolphins and New York Jets do not like each other. Yesterday, we heard from S LaRoid Landry and LB Aaron Maybin. Landry focused his trash talking on Reggie Bush mostly, saying that Reggie will run differently for the Dolphins on Sunday because he remembers the hit that injured his knee back in September. Landry went on to say that even if he’s penalized, it won’t...
The first matchup was a literal knockdown, drag out fight to the gritty end, and a 23-20 overtime victory by the New York Jets at Metlife Stadium. The game featured hard hits, player-injuries and a little “hot sauce” courtesy of comments made by HC Rex Ryan and some players from both sides. Both Reggie Bush and Darrelle Revis were injured in this game, and the bad blood has...
New York Jets linebacker Aaron Maybin is ready to try to take out Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush when both teams face off this Sunday. “We want to knock … Continue reading »
The New York Jets (3-4) will host the Miami Dolphins (3-3) Sunday afternoon at MetLife Stadium from East Rutherford, NJ.
Game starts at 1:00 pm on CBS (TV) and WEPN (Radio).
Jets favorites over Dolphins.
Spread is - 2.5 points.
My pick is the Jets.
This will be the final game for the Jets before their bye week. They have to get back at...