Found December 02, 2011 on
The Jets Blog:
Getting a late start … more on what I was up to last night, later today. Stay tuuuuuuuuuned!!
Kerley is ready to roll. [NewYorkJets]
Cimini gives his thoughts on the Maybin mania. [ESPN NY]
Did Sanchez deserve the boos? [NJ.com]
Sanchez isn’t worried about the boos. [AP]
Best thinks fans should get behind their QB, rather than on his back. [Newsday]
Shonn’s injury’s this year make it hard for him to stay “fresh to death.” [Star-Ledger]
Sanchez is clutch in the crunch. [NYDN]
David Harris is helping his team make the playoff push. [Grand Rapids Press]
JN previews the game. [JetNation]
BEST OF MAXIM
LaDainian Tomlinson says he feels ''fresh'' coming off a knee injury that sidelined him the past two games and is open for a bigger workload as the New York Jets make a playoff push.
The running back returned to practice this week after spraining the medial collateral ligament in his left knee against New England on Nov. 13. The sixth-leading rusher in NFL history...
The Jets have put their playoff hopes in peril with a midseason slump in which they have gone from 5-3 to 6-5, but as far as outspoken cornerback Antonio Cromartie is concerned, there is no doubt the Jets will be in the tournament come next month.
The Jets are 6-5 and face an uphill climb to make the playoffs, but Rex Ryan says, “I think the best is yet to come.”
Back in October as Rex Ryan’s New York Jets were preparing to face off against the San Diego Chargers, Ryan made a statement to the press that he would probably have a “couple of rings” by now if he had inherited the talent that Norv Turner had when Turner was hired as San Diego’s coach. Rex quickly retracted the statement then promptly coached his team to a victory over...
The New York Jets' offensive line will have its hands full this weekend at Washington.
It has been a rough season for the five guys usually recognized as one of the league's best units and a major strength of the team. Next up is a big-time test against the Redskins and their sack-happy defense.
After not allowing Mark Sanchez to be sacked last week against Buffalo, the...
Darrelle Revis does not want Redskins coach Mike Shanahan messing with his mind. The Jets’ All-Pro corner is coming off one of the toughest games of his career against the Bills, and despite praise from Shanahan, he expects the Redskins to test him again Sunday.
The Redskins actually play a very important game this week. It's not the Giants, Eagles, or Cowboys who will line up across from them, but the New York Jets that come to town. The Redskins have not dominated too many NFL teams of late, but the Jets (as well as the Cardinals and Bears) are the exceptions to the rule. Since the NFL realigned in 2002, just three teams in the...
On Thursday, New York Jets offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer revealed that, during the offseason, he interviewed for the head coaching position with the Miami Dolphins, Baltimore Ravens and Buffalo Bills.Clearly not hired by those … [visit site to read more]Jets Schottenheimer interviewed for 3 head coaching jobs - The Jet Press - The Jet Press - A New York Jets Fan Site...
LaDainian Tomlinson, after his second full practice in three weeks after injuring his left knee, said he felt fresh on Thursday.
Jets tight end Dustin Keller joined NBC SportsTalk on Thursday night, and he addressed a variety of issues. For starters, Keller addressed with Russ Thaler the ongoing criticism of quarterback Mark Sanchez. “Any time something breaks down offensively, immediately all the pressure goes on Mark Sanchez, Brian Schottenheimer, our offensive coordinator, and that’s absolutely not…
In this weekend’s game, the New York Jets will have a young man coming in to rush the passer on passing downs. His story is so phenomenal that it wouldn’t be a stretch to see it become a best-seller or a movie. I don’t have enough time to write it all, but I have had the honor of knowing Aaron Maybin for a long time and can share a few of my experiences with him.
Jets offensive consultant Tom Moore was at practice yesterday, traveling from his South Carolina home to have some face-to-face meetings with the coaching staff. The Jets said the visit was planned and was not due to the offense’s recent struggles. Moore usually works from home, breaking down film and...
The Redskins are looking for a silver lining on the rain clouds that hang over their season thus far, while the Jets look to hold on to the dwindling sunshine of an AFC wildcard spot.
Tomlinson, Greene good to go