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Nick Folk remained perfect this season by kicking four field goals, and Rex Ryan's defense outperformed twin Rob's unit as the New York Jets upset the New Orleans Saints 26-20 Sunday.
Rex is now 7-3 against his brother, and the Jets (5-4) maintained their string of winning in odd-numbered games. Folk improved to 23 for 23 on field goals and 14 for 14 on extra points.
Interceptions by Demario Davis and Antonio Cromartie highlighted New York's solid defensive performance against Drew Brees, and former Saints running back Chris Ivory rushed for 139 yards and a touchdown.
New Orleans (6-2) got two touchdown catches from Jimmy Graham, giving him 10 this season, but allowed seven plays of 19 yards or more, a season high against what has been an improved defense.
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The New York Jets are 5-4 heading into the Bye. Let that sink in.
The Jets were ranked 32/32 heading into Week One, lest we forget. Rex Ryan was a lame duck. NFL pundits lamented the exodus of Dustin Keller, Brandon Moore, LaRon Landry, Shonn Greene, Mike Devito, Sione Pouha, Bart Scott, and Calvin Pace. How could rookie capologist John Idzik, he of little talent evaluating acumen...
Tight end Kellen Winslow Jr. has returned to the New York Jets' facility after serving a four-game suspension by the NFL for violating the league's policy on performance-enhancing substances.
Winslow says Monday that he's still unsure why the positive test occurred, but thinks it was possibly for allergy medication he took. He insists that he doesn't take '&...
The week of the Patriots game Rex Ryan made an impassioned plea for Jet fans to show up and be loud as, he would say, 'heck.' The fans showed up that day and came through for Ryan and the Jets, but this week Ryan offered no such plea.Apparently he didn't need to, because the fans showed up charged with energy and made sure the Saints offense heard them."They were...
The New York Jets host the New Orleans Saints in the battle of the Ryan Brothers on Sunday. Who is in? Who is out? Find out, in your New York Jets Week 9 injury report.
Head coach Rex Ryan is at it again. He must be stuffing his “Santa Claus” like belly full of Halloween candy as he puts the rice cakes on hold for the holidays. The Jets have 17 players listed on this...
The New York Jets pulled off an upset of the New Orleans Saints on Sunday but may have lost wide receiver Jeremy Kerley in the process.
There is some concern among the Jets that the left elbow injury suffered by Kerley is serious. Tests will be run on Kerley’s elbow to determine the course of action.
Jets fear Jeremy Kerley’s elbow injury is serious, I’m told...
If the Jets are going to break out of their pattern of maddening mediocrity, now would be a good time — beginning Sunday against the high-powered Saints at MetLife Stadium. If the Jets are going to make anyone believe in them, it starts with the Saints.
“The red light has to come on now,” veteran guard Willie Colon told The Post Friday. “We have to take care of our own business...
Hobbled by injuries and starved for playing time, New York Jets running back Chris Ivory showed exactly the kind of powerful weapon he's capable of becoming when healthy this season.
According to Brian Costello of the New York Post, Jets wide receiver Jeremy Kerley suffered a dislocated elbow during Sunday’s win over the Saints.
Source confirms Jeremy Kerley has a dislocated elbow. #nyj
— Brian Costello (@BrianCoz) November 5, 2013
Former NFL team doctor, Dr. David Chao believes Kerley could miss up to four weeks.
Per @RichCimini: source says Jeremy...
Bart Scott is on ESPN radio Monday chiming in on the Richie Incognito, Bullying fiasco in Miami.
According to Steve Serby, via ESPN 98.7, Scott is going on a terrific rant, and he’s lighting Incognito up right now. Essentially, Scott called Incognito a punk, and said he wouldn’t try that bullying sh*t on the Ravens or Jets.
Bart Scott in ESPN Radio in Richie Incognito: He&...
Rookie quarterback Geno Smith took a major step forward in Week 9 by not turning the ball over to the opposition and taking what the Saints' defense gave him. While the final stat sheet won't tell the whole story, Smith's smart approach helped the Jets pull out a surprise win at MetLife Stadium.
Two Jets defenders executed a first quarter tip drill to pick off Drew Brees on Sunday. Safety Laron Landry tipped the pass and linebacker Demario Davis came down with it. The Jets turned the pick into three points.
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Cornerback Darrelle Revis went from an overachieving New York Jets team that is 5-4 to an underachieving Tampa Buccaneers team that is 0-8. The silver lining? The money. A Jets fan tweeted Revis late Sunday night, asking if "12MM per and Rex as coach has merit vs [Schiano] & 16MM." Revis responded in a way only Revis, or maybe Albert Haynesworth, would: "naw 16...
Sunday’s game between the New Orleans Saints and the New York Jets was a tale of two different styles. The Saints run a well-oiled, high-octane offense that will put up huge bunches of points. The Jets, by contrast, like to run the football, winning games instead by keeping the score low. Sunday’s game undoubtedly played in to the Jets’ hands.
Geno Smith only took 19 shots...
The New York Jets couldn't dream of a better way to enter their Week 10 bye than with a win against the New Orleans Saints. Rex Ryan and company bested twin brother Rob Ryan and Sean Payton by handing the team from the Big Easy a 26-20 loss at MetLife Stadium.
Eugene, I like it my man.
Geno Smith is helping keep the Jets in a close ball game with the Saints by making plays like this smooth and savvy 3 yard touchdown run.
H/T Bleacher Report