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Houston Texans (4-0) at New York Jets (2-2)
Prior to the Jets’ 34-0 home loss to the 49ers last week, one NFL executive compared the Revis injury to any other team losing it’s starting quarterback and he was so right. Without Revis, they can’t do any of the things to normally make them good defensively and for a defensive minded team, that’s absolutely devastating. Without him, they can’t blitz as much as they normally do, which really hurts a team that already ranked 4th worst in the league in pass rush efficiency.
It also hurts their run defense some because they have to play their linebackers and safeties deeper in coverage, rather than stacking the box with Rex Ryan’s signature 46 scheme, as they often do. Normally a good run defense team, this team ranks 30th in the league against the run and don’t expect that to improve much, if at all, without Revis’ presence. And, of course, he hurts the overall pass defense. They currently rank 10th against the pass, but with no Revis, no p...
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It should come as no surprise to anyone that the budding relationship between New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez and Eva Longoria generated a lot of headlines since the rumors began floating some time ago up through Longoria’s admission that the two were involved. A high-profile quarterback playing in New York dating a high-profile actress [...]
New York Jets Quarterback Mark Sanchez and Co. came out to support the ladies as they attended the unveiling of Marchesa’s limited edition Jets T-shirt,which adds a feminine spin to New York Jets apparel, now women can represent “Gang Green” in more of a elegant manner.I read today that 45% of football fans are females, so designing a fashionable tee especially for them...
We decided to help out our good friends the “Battle Red Freaks” on their expedition to East Rutherford, New Jersey to see the Houston Texans take on the Jets at Met Life Stadium. Chuck “Commander Freak” Thompson, and Randy “Freaky E” Eckhart and Russell “Freak 99″ Eckhart are going to keep us updated here on State of the Texans, with photos from their trip.
Texans’ J.J Watt Named AFC Defensive Player Of The Year Award -
Houston Texans DE J.J. Watt has been voted as the AFC defensive player of the month. In the Texans’ 4-0 start, Watt has 32 tackles, 7 ½ sacks, 10 tackles for loss, 10 quarterback pressures, five passes deflected and two fumble recoveries. In his second season, Watt has helped the Texans rank first in defense and...
Just when you thought that things couldn’t get any worse, the New York Jets (2-2) placed one of their best offensive players in wide receiver Santonio Holmes on injured reserve on Wednesday, ending his season due to a Lisfranc injury in his left foot.
The news comes just about a week after the team lost its best defensive player in star cornerback Darrelle Revis for the season...
Florham Park, N.J.- The Jets have all sorts of problems that need to get worked out if they hope to be as good as they think they can be, but their two biggest problems, by far, revolve around the running game.The league may have changed into a more pass oriented league than ever before, but being able to run the ball consistently as well as stop the other team from running the...
Jets rookie receiver Stephen Hill (hamstring) missed practice on Friday and likely won't play on Monday night against Houston.Fantasy Spin:Given the state of the Jets offense, awful, it shouldn't matter whether he plays or not - he shouldn't be in your lineup. Hill is a raw talent that needs time to develop.
There are quite a few reasons to believe that the 4-0 Houston Texans and the 3-1 San Francisco 49ers are the two best teams in football right now. They'll get their latest chances to prove that this weekend when they each take on AFC East teams that are heading in the wrong direction -- the New York Jets and the Buffalo Bills respectively. See the lines for that game and the...
Texans receiver Andre Johnson (groin) is probable for Monday's game against the Jets.Fantasy Spin:Johnson was limited some in practice this week but he was a full go Saturday and is no threat to miss Monday's game. Start him as usual, especially with shutdown cornerback Darrelle Revis out.
Kris Jenkins on FOX Sports Daybreak
The New York Jets (2-2) host the Houston Texans (4-0) on Monday night football, in MetLife Stadium from East Rutherford, NJ.
Game starts at 8:30 pm on ESPN (TV) and WEPN (Radio).
Texans favorites overJets.
Spread is - 8.5 points.
My pick is the Texans.
You cannot only imagined what the Jets will through once they play the best team in the NFL...
The Bears, Vikings and Packers play the AFC South teams that aren't the Houston Texans this weekend while the Lions take a much needed bye week off.