Found November 25, 2011 on Jets
He's been apart of two memorable runs to the AFC Championship game. He's personally taken on the maturation process of Mark Sanchez. And he's one of the most polarizing figures on this New York Jets team. He's been praised when the team's winning and crucified when losing. He's been considered the mad genius of the Jets offense -- usually more mad than genius. But no matter where you stand on the topic of Brian Schottenheimer, one thing is indisputable: he's not going anywhere after the 2011 season.It has come to the attention of the, that the Jets have extended...

Jets extended contracts of OC, DC during offseason

The New York Jets quietly extended the contracts of offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer and defensive coordinator Mike Pettine during the offseason. The team did not announce the terms of the extensions Friday, but both Schottenheimer and Pettine are under contract through at least next season. first reported the extensions Thursday night. Both coaches have...

Jets extended Schottenheimer during offseason

The New York Jets quietly extended the contract of offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer this offseason.

Fate of Jets' OC might ride on Sanchez's next five weeks

Jets offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer said Wednesday that Mark Sanchez must play smarter to help get himself and the Jets out of their current funk.

Sanchez drives Jets to victory

Mark Sanchez threw four touchdown passes, including the winning score to Santonio Holmes with just over a minute remaining, as the New York Jets kept pace in the AFC playoff race with a 28-24 comeback victory over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. With the Jets trailing 24-21 and facing a third-and-11 from the Bills 36, Sanchez connected with Plaxico Burress, who made an impressive one...

Playoffs or bust for embattled coordinator

Here is how irrational some Jets fans have gotten when it comes to offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer: A fan website conducted this poll earlier in the week: “Would you sacrifice the playoffs this year to be rid of Schotty?” Fifty-three percent of the respondents to the Jets Insider poll said...

Refs Not Being Kind to Sanchez

From Rich Cimini’s blog: Game officials seem to have it out for QB Mark Sanchez. He has been victimized by at least two illegal hits that resulted in fines — the Broncos’ Von Miller ($25,000) and the Ravens’ Haloti Ngata ($15,000) — but no flag was thrown in either case and there have been no roughing-the-passer penalties all season. Sanchez has drawn two personal-foul...

Jets' coordinators got new deals during offseason

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) -- The New York Jets quietly extended the contracts of offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer and defensive coordinator Mike Pettine during the offseason.

Sanchez's 4 TD passes helps Jets rally past Bills

Mark Sanchez threw a career-high four touchdown passes as the New York Jets rallied past the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, 28-24.

Mental State Of Mark Sanchez Key To New York Jets Making A Run

Over the last seven days, Mark Sanchez has been beaten by a quarterback who rarely throws a forward pass, and replaced in practice by another who hasn’t seen the field in a meaningful game in years. The mental state of Mark Sanchez, has expressed both confident and fearful tendencies over two and a half NFL seasons, and is the key component for the Jets playoff hopes. As the club...

Recap: NY Jets vs. Buffalo

Mark Sanchez completed less than 50 percent of his passes and heard boos from the crowd. But those same fans cheered in unison when the third-year quarterback found Santonio Holmes for a 16-yard touchdown with 1:01 remaining in the fourth quarter to lift the New York Jets to a much-needed 28-24 win over the Buffalo Bills.

Assessing the Jets' Playoff Chances

During his weekly visit with the media, Mark Sanchez sounded upbeat when he said he thought the team had a good shot of making the playoffs. You know things are bleak for Rex Ryan's team when a good shot at the playoffs qualifies as pie-in-the-sky dreaming. The Jets have a shot at the playoffs, but is it a good shot? With half a dozen games left for a team that has played to...

Jets Show Up Just in Time for 28-24 Win

We haven't seen much of the Cardiac Jets that made the 2010 season so exciting, but they showed up just in time to save the season.  Down 24-21 late in the fourth quarter, Mark Sanchez led the team on an 82-yard drive that ended with a touchdown to Santonio Holmes with one minute to play. It was Sanchez's career-high fourth touchdown pass of the day, a number that makes...
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