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New York Jets
It has been far from pretty but the New York Jets have won two games in a row and three of their last four after today’s 17-10 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars. Somehow they remain relevant in the AFC Playoff picture for the final wild-card spot, thanks to losses from both the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals today.
The Jets have fully embraced their 2009 style of football – playing suffocating defense and running the football, while shielding Mark Sanchez from taking any risks. It has helped that they played weak competition recently but wins are wins and it is working right now.
Let’s start with the defense, which hit Chad Henne 10 times, had 3 sacks and came down with 2 interceptions. They have now only allowed 16 points over the past two games and are slowly climbing up all the major defensive rankings, thanks to their feasting on mediocre offenses. Muhammad Wilkerson is turning into a legitimate All-Pro player in front of our eyes. He recorded another sack today and ...
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Apparently onesies aren’t just for kids anymore. Just days ago, we brought you Patriots running back Stevan Ridley wearing a onesie in a local television commercial. Apparently Ridley just started a trend for the rest of the NFL. We don’t have a lot of context for this photo, but we do know it features Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Chad Henne and his wife, and that it was...
You either jealous or confused right now. Yes the above photo is of Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Chad Hennne. Yes, he is wearing a green and white striped onesie.
The photo was posted by his wife Brittany on Facebook. The two have been a couple since they he was 14. Chad Henne is now 27.
Will the Henne’s continue to be happy with an upcoming game against the New York Jets?...
Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez will be nearly impossible to trade in the offseason because of the $8.25 million in guaranteed money he's due next year.
Rich Cimini of ESPNNewYork.com reports that the Jets would swallow a $17.1 million cap charge if they released Sanchez. So they'd essentially have to pay Sanchez to be a quality starter, and eat a salary cap equivalent to...
The New York Jets have found themselves in a rather familiar situation throughout the 2012 season. They are making headlines. The Rex Ryan era has been full of promises, successes, disappointments, and turmoil. The last three plus years in New York have been nothing short of a media frenzy, and it doesn’t seem to be stopping any time soon. Last Sunday, Rex Ryan chose to...
In another ugly game, the Jets maintain their wildcard hopes. Bills lose at home to the Rams. Dolphins fall to the 49ers.
The Pittsburgh Steelers were dominated by the San Diego Chargers today, but the Bengals, who were tied with the Steelers for the last playoff spot coming into the game, couldn't capitalize, losing to the Cowboys after leading most of the game.
With the losses by the Steelers and the Bengals, the Jets are suddenly right back in the wildcard race, just a game back with three...
The New York Jets (6-7) beat the Jacksonville Jaguars (2-11) 17-10, yesterday afternoon at EverBank Field from Jacksonville, FL.
The Running game wins for the Jets as they kept rushing the football downfield and let Mark Sanchez play as a manageable QB.
It was obvious Rex Ryan and Tony Sparano had no faith in Mark Sanchez so they just kept running the football for most of the game...
The Race for Steak continues. Note that last week’s record includes the most recent Thursday games -
1. Rob Celletti (105-82-6)
2. Chris Celletti (97-91-5)
3. Chris Gross (96-92-5)
4. Mike Donnelly (95-94-4)
5. Joe Caporoso (77-110-6)
Last Week (7-9)
Redskins (-2) vs. Ravens
Chiefs (+6.5) vs. Browns
Steelers (-8) vs. Chargers
Titans (+5) vs. Colts...
New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez isn't going anywhere in 2013.
Sanchez is due to make $12.8 million for next season. If the Jets were to cut Sanchez it would cost them Click Link below to read more! Tim Tebow
Are the Jets 6-7 and still alive in the AFC Wildcard race? Yes, if you can believe it. Rex Ryan pulled out some late 2009 magic dust and sprinkled it on Pittsburgh and Cincinnati, after yet another must win over the Jags and an exhausting week playing “Who Is My Quarterback?” The fact that this current roster is in the postseason hunt with three games left is a testimony to someone...
Per multiple sources including Jason LaCanfora on twitter Tim Tebow is active today for the Jets. Tebow has been the second man on the Jets depth chart all year; so, maybe it was a ‘can’t lose your spot due to injury’ piece; maybe Rex Ryan thinks he’s their best backup quarterback; or maybe it was a marketing ploy by Woody Johnson and/or NFL higherups; either way, McElroy...
The New York Jets will visit the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 14. Scheduled for a 1 p.m. EST kickoff this game will be aired on CBS where available.
Mark Sanchez will start for the Jets, a week after he was benched for third-string quarterback Greg McElroy. McElroy led the Jets to a 7-6 win against Arizona but will again be the third string option this week should Tim Tebow’s ribs...
In the midst of an easy final stretch of the schedule, the New York Jets are facing their usual late-season do-or-die situation. A win improves them to 6-7 and maintains their minuscule hope in attaining a Wildcard beth for at least one more week. A loss could mean a plethora of depth chart adjustments next week.The good thing is, the Jets are in Jacksonville to face an absolutely...
The New York Jets (6-7) survived for at least one more week as they defeated the hapless Jacksonville Jaguars by a score of 17-10.
For anyone that thinks the offensive performance provided any confidence among the fan base, you are mistaken.
Mark Sanchez–who is roughly one bad-half away from being permanently placed on the bench–passed for 111 yards, did not throw for a touchdown...