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Who is the most reliable target? [ESPN]
Jets’ Sanchez focused on improving, not boos [Sportsline]
Jets says Mark Sanchez being unfairly singled out for team’s problems [NJ]
Rush hour in D.C. [ESPN]
Jets TE on IR Jeff Cumberland Shows Off Optimus [Jets Twit]
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As I watched Mark Sanchez give his post-game press conference in the aftermath of Sunday’s sloppy but exhilarating win over Buffalo, the third-year Jets quarterback never once even came close to cracking a smile. After such an emotional and important win, the quarterback exuded zero positive energy. He said, stone-faced, that he was “thrilled” with...
Rich Cimini of ESPN New York has the following article in which Washington Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall breaks down Jets QB Mark Sanchez.Calling Sanchez “confused” and a “middle of the pack QB”, Hall has definitely outdueled Jets head … [visit site to read more]Redskins Hall says Jets Sanchez gets “confused” - The Jet Press - The Jet Press - A New York Jets Fan...
Mark Sanchez gets it. Playing quarterback in New York comes with a unique set of standards that can be impossible to live up to. All the Jets QB can do is play consistent football and the rest will fall into place.
Jets safety Jim Leonard wasn't pleased with the fans' treatment of Mark Sanchez on Sunday.
Mark Sanchez said there's no chance the New York Jets will make the playoffs if the offense continues to play like it did Sunday against Buffalo.
There are times when it feels like everything having to do with the Jets revolves around Mark Sanchez.
Quarterbacks have been given a place of priority in the NFL, mostly because the state of the game right now demands a crisp passing attack if you harbor any hopes of contending for a championship. Crisp doesn't usually describe Sanchez's play all that well, which leaves...
Jim Leonhard left no secret that he wasn't happy with the boobirds directed at Mark Sanchez before the Jets' 28-24 win over the Bills on Sunday.
For the Jets, a Victory That Exposed Some Weaknesses [New York Times]
Dustin Keller leaps to defense of Mark Sanchez after win over Bills [NYDailyNews]
Plaxico Burress: Stevie Johnson sorry [ESPN]
Stevie Johnson says he may stop touchdown celebrations after Jets incident [NJ]
Jets likely without DT Mike DeVito for Redskins matchup [NJ]
On this edition of Open Mike, Michael sees trouble on the horizon after several Jets players took pot shots at Jets fans for booing the team and Mark Sanchez during the club's lackluster victory over the bumbling Buffalo Bills.
Michael then previews the Giants huge clash with the Green Bay Packers, as Green Bay tries to remain undefeated.
Finally, Michael welcomes in Dan...
Safety Jim Leonhard appeared on WFAN Radio today and aired a grievance that has been festering since yesterday afternoon, expressing his disappointment in the fans for booing Mark Sanchez during pre-game warm-ups.
Jim Leonhard left no secret that he wasn’t happy with the boos directed at Mark Sanchez before the Jets’ 28-24 win to the Bills on Sunday. The veteran safety, one of...
Green Lantern with some deserved praise for Plaxico Burress
Burress is quickly becoming one of the most popular players on the team because he is one of the few players who has been improving down the stretch. He has already earned his contract by catching seven touchdowns and it is hard to see the Jets not making a strong push to bring him back next year. He has clearly matured...