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New York Post - Jets:
Jets linebacker David Harris was back at practice Friday after being excused for non-injury reasons Thursday.
Running back Joe McKnight and defensive back Marquice Cole are questionable for the teamâs game against the Giants because of injuries that limited them in practice.
McKnight, the NFLâs leading kick returner...
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Today, the New York Times asked me to write about why I thought the Jets would win, so in my parsimonious word budget, I discussed the Jets cornerbacks and the Jets running game and why they are key to the Jets outcome.
Hereâs all the pieces from this week in case you missed any:
12/24:Â Protecting the Outside Is the Jetsâ Bright Side
12/23:Â Jets Fans Have a Home at Last
Coughlin on Rex Ryanâs comments: âTalk is cheap, play the gameâ [Giants]
LaDainian wants to stay a Jet, says team is special [ESPN]
Jeremy Kerley absent from practice for second straight day [NJ]
Rex: âI donât care about Tom Coughlin or anybody elseâ [NFP]
Santonio Holmes Focused For Rebound [Jets Insider]
Rex wants âgreen outâ on Saturday [ESPN]
The Jets offensive line will have their hands full protecting Mark Sanchez against the Giants' pass rush.
Ted and I preview Gang Greenâs matchup with Big Blue.
The New York Jets play the New York Giants on Christmas Eve in what could decide the playoff fate of both teams. The Jets come in at 8-6, the leading candidate for the sixth seed in the AFC. The Giants enter the game 7-7 and out of the playoffs, but if they win their final two games, they would beat Dallas in the tiebreaker and win the NFC East.Â
Naturally, a game with so many...
Big Blue held on in a dramatic fourth quarter, delivering the Jets a devastating playoff blow. With a win in Week 17, the Giants will win the NFC East.
FLORHAM PARKâVictor Cruz said teams no longer fear Darrelle Revis. Hakeem Nicks said heâs just a âdecentâ cornerback. Revisâ response? âI donât even know who this guy isâŚIf I want entertainment, Iâll watch reality shows.â
He then added, âIt doesnât matter what I say. It doesnât matter what other receivers say. You gotta prove it.â As for whether people...
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. â After an intense week of back-and-forth between the New York Giants and the New York Jets, it was the Giants who perhaps shushed their crosstown rivals with a 29-14 win at MetLife Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
The Giants are poised to win the NFC East for the first time since 2008 and the Jets must win on Sunday in Miami coupled with losses by Denver, Oakland...
http://www.nypost.com/p/sports/jets/santonio_sounds_off_twT3iBy2PPrKk2Bk694glLNEIL MILLERMOTOR MOUTH:Â Jets wide receiver Santonio Holmes had choice words for the Giantsâ secondary, just days after turning in a disastrous performance against the Eagles in Philadelphia.By Brian Costello - NY Post 12/22/11
It isn't often in a football season that players and coaches get a one-game chance to redeem everything that went wrong over the course of the year.
There's almost always too much at stake every single week to say that 60 minutes in Week 16 really matter more than all of the minutes leading up or the minutes that will follow in the final game of the season. Almost always...
Antonio Cromartie returning kickoffs in last SundayĂ˘ÂÂs 45-19 loss to the Eagles was no slight against Joe McKnight, Jets special teams coach Mike Westhoff told reporters on Monday. But Westhoff said he's prepared to "go either" way.