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Someone has produced video of Jets fans berating and screaming obscenities the team’s players as they exited the field for the locker room at halftime of their blowout loss to New England on Thanksgiving. Sure, there’s the temptation to scold the fans for being disloyal or rude or whatever, but I see their side of this. The Jets had just executed perhaps the derpiest quarter in football history. Against their archrivals. At home. On Thanksgiving.
If that doesn’t piss you off, I’m not really sure what you’re doing calling yourself a fan and attending a football game. Really, the only thing I take issue with are the calls for Tebow to save them. That sh*t is out of line, brother.
– Jamaal Charles and Dwayne Bowe waited around after the Chiefs loss to the Broncos on Sunday to get Peyton Manning’s autograph. Hey, if I had to spend that much time with Brady Quinn and Matt Cassel, I’d be excited to meet a real quarterback, too.
– DeSean Jackson will miss the rest of the season bec...
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Jets guard Brandon Moore said that he is bothered by being associated with the now notorious "butt fumble" play where Mark Sanchez fumbled after running into his backside.
Not this season T…maybe next year…
The New York Jets have become the biggest laughingstock in the NFL. In my opinion, Rex Ryan is the Jets biggest problem. He never shuts his mouth…and is always spouting off some bold prediction that never pans out. Check out Mark and the Jets latest motivational t-shirt. Looks like the inventor of the ass fumble still believes in the Gang...
It feels like I could just copy and paste parts of this column from the last few weeks and nobody would be able to tell the difference. Week after week it’s becoming the same old stuff when it comes to this Jets team. Too many turnovers, ineffective run game, blowouts, Calvin Pace sucks, Bart Scott sucks, Kyle Wilson is a delusional finger-wagger with an incredibly false sense...
If a Thanksgiving blowout loss at home and basically getting eliminated from the playoffs wasn't enough, this news is certainly absolute rock bottom for the New York Jets. Ed Anzalone, famously known as "Fireman Ed" has for years lead the famous "J-E-T-S JETS JETS JETS!" chants at all home games in the Meadowlands for the Jets. However, he has lead his last...
I don’t blame Fireman Ed for walking away disgustipated with his Jets. It’s hard to stay upbeat and ready to support your team after such a performance. By now, we’ve all learned that Mark Sanchez is a big Sir Mix-A-Lot fan with his unholy gravitational pull towards Moore’s backside. But for fantasy purposes and for nearly as much humor we were treated to another...
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By DENNIS WASZAK Jr. AP Sports Writer Rex Ryan is making no guarantees.
But the Jets coach still believes his team has a shot at the playoffs, despite the fact New York is 4-7, coming off an embarrassing loss to New England, and hasn't won two straight games all season.
This year appears to be all but over for the Jets - except...
New York Jets fan Ed Anzalone writes in a guest column for Metro New York newspaper Sunday that he will no longer lead the “J-E-T-S!” chants at home games or wear his firefighter’s hat because “confrontations” between him and other fans “have become more common.” The former New York City firefighter, who left the Jets’ 49-19 loss to New England at halftime Thursday...
Brandon Moore was the butt of many jokes over the past few days following the play where New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez did a face-plant into the right guard's rear-end causing a fumble returned for a touchdown in the Thanksgiving Day rout by the New England Patriots.
The Jets lineman can be accused of accidentally giving his quarterback the Dirty Sanchez but Moore won...
New York Jets coach Rex Ryan expects Tim Tebow to be cleared to play against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, Ryan told reporters on Wednesday. That does not necessarily mean Tebow will play, however. "We'll see how he progresses during the week," Ryan told the New York Daily News. "He's limited right now and we'll see, but I guess the answer is &...
The New York Jets signed WR Mardy Gilyard Tuesday evening following a workout, per Mark Garafolo.
Following injuries to Clyde Gates (concussion), Chaz Schilens (concussion) and Jeremy Kerley (heel, hamstring), the Jets added depth at wide receiver with a player who can also assume return duties if Kerley is indeed out this week.
New York needs impact receivers and the explosive Gilyard...
Former Fireman Ed, Ed Anzalone released an op-ed in the Metro late last night explaining why he decided to leave the Patriots-Jets blowout before halftime on Thanksgiving and unfortunately it was not to become a brony or Ed Mau5.
I decided to leave Thursday because the confrontations with other Jets fans have become more common, even though most Jets fans are fantastic.
Jon: WELCOME BACK TO GRUDEN TALK, THE TALK SHOW THAT COVERS THE MOST IMPORTANT ISSUES OF THE DAY. BANDLEADER HERM EDWARDS, HOW WAS YOUR THANKSGIVING?
Herm: GOT TO EAT MY FAVORITE PART OF THE TURKEY: THE BONE!
Jon: THAT’S TOUGH, MAN. YOU’RE A REAL GRUDEN GRINDER.
Herm: WHEN YOU EAT BONES YOU EAT CALCIUM. CALCIUM MAKES YOU STRONG. THAT’S WHY I MADE THE JETS EAT BONES...
The Butt Fumble.
One year and 309 days ago---less than two years ago!---the Jets were playing for a place in the Super Bowl. They lost on that day, 24-19, to the Pittsburgh Steelers, a game they could have easily won if not for some Schotty goal line play-calling and Rashard Mendenhall reincarnating as Walter Payton. Now, on Nov. 27, 2012---less than two years later!!---they are...
The HQ, probably, should have taken the hint when he hung up his Twitter feed...
But one of the iconic figures in NFL fandom, the NY Jets Fireman Ed, has decided to retire from being Fireman Ed. At the end of the last nationally-televised Jets game, he had taken off his fireman's helmet and had even decided to leave before the game was officially over.
Ed Anzalone, Fireman...
Regardless of what you may think of Rex Ryan as head coach of the New York Jets, the guy has a pretty impressive coaching resume. Ryan went from a graduate assistant at Eastern Kentucky in the late 1980s to one of the best defensive coaches in the game leading the mid-2000 Baltimore Ravens' defense. A few years later, he's the lead guy for New York's green team. But Ryan...