Found December 19, 2011 on
The Jets Blog:
George Bretherton explains why the Jets are still in the six spot. [NYT Fifth Down]
It was a long day all around for the Jets. [Star-Ledger]
Sanchez said he’s OK injury-wise after the game. [Bergen Record]
No matter what you think of the Jets game yesterday, there’s something to be said for the way they make the playoffs the last few years. [WFAN]
Looks like the Jets are going to have to get Woody Johnson to sign their report card. [NY Post]
Brent Celek abused the **** out of the Jets secondary. [Philly]
The Jets secondary looked like swiss cheese. [Newsday]
With their win yesterday, the Eagles kept their hopes alive. [NY Post]
It’s just as tough a Monday at the facility too. [NY Post]
BEST OF MAXIM
Rex Ryan talking to the media after the Jets loss in Philadelphia.
Bad news for the Jets tonight, Joe McKnight might have a separated shoulder, which he suffered during the Eagles game.
Per Dennis Waszak of the AP.
A person with knowledge of the injury says New York Jets running back/kickoff returner Joe McKnight has a separated right shoulder.
The person, who spoke on condition of anonymity because the team has not announced the injury, says McKnight...
NJ.com : Politi: Santonio Holmes proves Jets lacking in leadership after loss to Philadelphia...
If the 45-19 drubbing Philadelphia gave the Jets wasn’t enough, a few key offensive players may have been hurt during the game.
According to Jane McManus, Joe McKnight, Matt Slauson, and Shonn Greene were all seen entering the x-ray room after the loss to the Eagles. McKnight, who wasn’t seen for most of the game, may have reinjured his hyperextended elbow. Shonn Greene was apparently...
SNY.tv’s Ted Berg and I talk about Gang Green’s rough loss to the Eagles.
When you’re fighting for a divisional title at 7-7, there is nothing to brag about. When you’re a 8-6 club hanging onto a wildcard berth by a thread after guaranteeing Super Bowl appearances, there is no need for boasting either. The Jets host the Giants Saturday in a stadium both call home, but the only real award awaiting the winner may be life beyond the final week of the...
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Team captain plays large role in defeat
Jets receiver Santonio Holmes had a terrible game in Sunday’s blowout loss to the Eagles. His first-quarter fumble set up Philadelphia’s first touchdown, and a pass bounced out of his hands and into the hands of Philadelphia’s Asante Samuel, setting up the Eagles’ second touchdown. To top it all off, even when Holmes finally made…
PHILADELPHIA — The Jets look like a Super Bowl contender right now about as much as Rosie O’Donnell looks like a threat for the Miss America crown.
Rex Ryan’s crew delivered an embarrassing performance yesterday, losing an ugly 45-19 game to the Eagles to end their three-game winning streak...
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/988965-nfl-playoff-picture-jets-vs-giants-to-decide-fate-of-new-york-playoff-footballJim McIssac/Getty Images By Wes O'Donnell - Bleacher Report 12/20/11