Found December 23, 2011 on
The Jets Blog:
When both home teams play in one game, preparation is a little different. [NY Times]
Namath thinks Rex is too unstructured. [Newsday]
Pace was fined for his hit of Mike Vick. [NY Post]
Pace vows to put Manning under pressure. [NY Post]
Calvin Pace’s big hit on Eli was part of this week’s gameplan. [NYDN]
Burress and Gilbride will reunite Saturday. [NY Times]
The laundry cleaner is just hoping for a stain-free game. [NY Times]
The rest of the country does not care about this game. [NYDN]
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New York Jets linebacker Calvin Pace has been fined $15,000 by the NFL for an illegal hit on Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick last Sunday.
Pace slammed into Vick as he threw a 26-yard touchdown to Brent Celek in the Eagles' 45-19 victory, and was called for a 15-yard roughing-the-passer penalty. Pace told reporters Thursday he planned to appeal the fine. He told...
Calvin Pace was fined $15,000 for a hit on Michael Vick.
When Calvin Pace arrived at the Jets facility for Tuesday, defensive coordinator Mike Pettine gave him a green binder with a photograph of Giants quarterback Eli Manning emblazoned across the cover.
Playoffs or no playoffs, Michael Vick is healthy and the Eagles are winning.
The All-Pro quarterback’s 293-yard day was his third best passing performance of the season. He teamed up with a ferocious defense to fend off the Cowboys in a game that was virtually irrelevant.
Vick and the offense started off red-hot. The four-time Pro Bowler [...]
Michael Vick threw two touchdown passes to lead the Philadelphia Eagles to a 20-7 victory over the Dallas Cowboys on Saturday in a game that had all the intensity of a preseason dress rehearsal.
This game became somewhat meaningless midway through the first quarter. A victory by the Giants eliminated the Eagles from the playoffs and turned the Dallas-New York game next weekend into...
Michael Vick tossed a pair of touchdown passes as the Philadelphia Eagles cruised to a 20-7 road triumph over the Dallas Cowboys, who lost quarterback Tony Romo to a hand injury and opted to rest some of their starters on Saturday.
On the team's first series, Romo suffered a contusion on his throwing hand after he hit the helmet of Philadelphia defensive end Jason Babin. In...
Reading through the Sports Illustrated Vaults are how I like to spend some of my free time. Some of the best and most crisply written sports pieces lie in the internet pages of SI.com and I wish I could read every story. Anyway, the other night Timbaland’s E! True Hollywood Story came on television and it got me reminiscing about growing up in Tidewater Virginia and what it was...
Eagles QB Michael Vick. Completed 24 of 38 passes for 182 yards and two touchdowns. His passer rating was 107.9. He took some big hits and was sacked twice but continued to make plays.
Patriots WR Chad Ochocinco said he would delete his massively popular Twitter accound if he lost to Eagles QB Michael Vick in a game of "FIFA Soccer 12." Luckily for fans of the wideout, Vick managed a tie in the Xbox showdown.
The Jets defense hopes to turn Eli Manning’s No. 10 into a bull’s-eye. After getting embarrassed by Michael Vick last week, the Jets’ D has some frustration to take out. They plan on doing that tomorrow at Manning’s expense. They know if they give Manning time in...
In a game that was rendered meaningless early in the first quarter with the Giants’ victory over the Jets--meaning that next week’s meeting between the Cowboys and Giants will decide the NFC East--the Eagles defeated the Dallas Cowboys in convincing fashion on Saturday, 20-7.
In an opening drive that was frightfully reminiscent of the first meeting between the teams, the Eagles...