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The Victory Formation:
The NFL is getting down to the nitty gritty. Tebowitis has infiltrated the nation. The NFC East is a big dewey pile. The Packers are still undefeated. Rex Ryan is still loud and fat. Enjoy the games
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Head coach Rex Ryan celebrates his 49th birthday today. Happy birthday coach! Birthday task? Figuring out how to stop Mike Vick and the Eagles’ … [visit site to read more]
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Get ready for Rex Ryan to build up the Eagles this week to sound like a cross between the 1985 Bears and the 1999 Rams. The Jets coach began talking up his team’s next opponent yesterday. He clearly wants the Jets to see past the Eagles’ 5-8 record and...
In the AFC, four teams have three losses, no teams have four losses, and five teams have five losses. Six of those nine teams will get to the playoffs. Three won’t. The Jets are one of the five 7-5 teams. Maybe they’ll make it, maybe they won’t. Coach Rex Ryan has an observation to make,…
East Rutherford, N.J. - For the past three seasons the Jets have been known as notorious slow starters, today with the team needing a win over a far inferior opponent the Jets answered the bell by jumping out to an early lead and continuing to beat the Chiefs into submission. The Jets won the opening coin toss, Rex Ryan elected to receive the opening kickoff instead of deferring...
The famous “And the Home of the Jets!” chant in the locker room following wins has been widly popularized since Rex Ryan came to town but lo and behold, Gang Green Nation’s dvdvil has found that the chant can be traced back to at least 2003 and perhaps even farther than that. Some familiar faces and a look at the less than stellar facilities. Ah, the good old days.
Jets coach Rex Ryan ruled safety Jim Leonhard out for the remainder of the season after tearing the patella tendon in his right knee while attempting to return an interception against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday. The Daily News first reported the loss of Leonhard. “It’s a huge blow to ...
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While it’s all So what happened that caused the Jets to burn a timeout before their first play from scrimmage? Rich Cimini wrote about what lead to that rather odd moment.
Rex Ryan said it was a miscommunication with regard to the personnel package. The Jets had only 10 men on the field, and the 11th was FB John Conner, who ran on late. With the play clock running down, QB Mark...
This was the New York Jets team Rex Ryan had promised all season.
Jets head coach Rex Ryan isn't afraid to speak his mind. Sometimes it gets him in trouble, but it appeals to his players, and they usually respond. Ultimately, that's all that matters. He's taken New York to the AFC Championship game in each of the last two seasons, and he's done it while proving to be a thorn in the side of the Patriots and Bill Belichick.
Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez has been booed at home a few times this season, and with good reason. But Jets coach Rex Ryan thinks that’s about to change. Ryan said that with the Jets having no margin for error against the Chiefs at home on Sunday, Jets fans will show their support. And he said…
Jets coach Rex Ryan says safety Jim Leonhard will miss the rest of the season with a torn patella tendon in his right knee after being injured in Sunday's victory over the Kansas City Chiefs. Leonhard underwent an MRI exam, which confirmed Monday what the Jets first feared when he went down on a tackle following and interception.
FLORHAM PARK-Brandon Moore was on the practice field today, but that was the only difference between Wednesday and Thursday when he didn’t appear at all. He stood off to the side wearing sweat pants, a sweat shirt and a knit cap.
Moore is officially listed as questionable for Sunday, but according to him, he will play. Rex Ryan also seemed fairly confident that Moore would be...
Will Jets get help in Week 14? [ESPN]
Is ‘Sanchize’ really a franchise QB? [NFP]
Brandon Moore says he will play Sunday [NJ]
Five questions (or more) with Aaron Maybin [CBS]
Plaxico Burress says Jets are ‘no doubt’ a playoff team [NJ]
Rex Ryan doesn’t expect Mark Sanchez to get booed [SportingNews]
Pettine-Penn State rumor [ESPN]