Found November 24, 2012 on
Pro Sports Daily:
New York Jets backup quarterback Tim Tebow aggravated a rib injury during the week while lifting weights and stretching, the New York Daily News reported. Jets coach Rex Ryan said Friday the extent of Tebow's injury was not known until Wednesday when a CT scan revealed two fractured ribs. He originally injured the ribs in Week 10 against the Seattle Seahawks. At the time, the Jets said, X-rays were negative. Tebow was listed as questionable on the team's injury report before Thursday's 49-19 loss to the New England Patriots, but the team did not indicate the ribs were broken. "He absolutely, 100 percent could've played in that game," Ryan said, according to ESPN.com. Tebow revealed after the game the he had broken ribs. He had not missed any practice time and was cleared by doctors to play, according to Ryan. Third-string quarterback Greg McElroy was not activated for the game. "We knew he had sore ribs, but I don't think anybody knew...
BEST OF MAXIM
Rex Ryan anticipates Tim Tebow will be ''ready to go'' in the New York Jets' next game against the Arizona Cardinals in spite of the backup quarterback's two broken ribs.
The Jets coach said Monday that the team will see how Tebow does during the week.
Tebow was in uniform but didn't play Thursday night in the Jets' 49-19 loss to the New England...
If you tuned into the Turkey Day tilt between the Patriots and Jets, you might've noticed the conspicuous lack of playing time for Tim Tebow.
In fact, the highly-publicized backup quarterback played zero -- read 'em zero -- snaps in New York's 49-19 blowout loss to the Pats.
And now we know why.
After the game, Tebow revealed to reporters that he has two fractured...
'U R RIDICULOUS'
New York Jets tight end Dustin Keller took to Twitter to call out Jets fans who apparently booed when it appeared that Mark Sanchez went down with an injury.
New York Jets head coach has no problem with Patriots head coach Bill Belichick keeping starters like Tom Brady, Wes Welker, et. al in during the 4th quarter of their blowout loss Thursday night. “It’s our job to stop them. That’s what they do. It’s our job to stop them,” Ryan said. With Brady still throwing passes while the Pats were up 49-12 in the 4th, it didn'...
After last night’s horrible loss to the Patriots, New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan still can’t believe how bad his team played.
“Obviously watching the tape, it’s still hard to fathom the one stretch,” Ryan said today, in comments distributed by the Jets’ PR staff, per Pro Football Talk. “I’ve never seen anything like it. Coaching football or even following football...
Rex Ryan is no stranger to his New York Jets being embarrassed at home by the New England Patriots. Last season, the Patriots traveled to New York and beat the Jets by a score of 37-16. Thursday’s loss was even uglier, as New England dominated in all phases of the game en route to a 49-19 Thanksgiving Day loss on national television.
If you thought the Jets had questions heading...
Rex Ryan is embarrassed yet defiant after the New York Jets
collapsed against the New England Patriots.
The New York Jets season is spiraling out of control, but Gang Green is focused on the here and now, refusing to look too far ahead.
3rd and 4 from the STL 47, 6:12 left in the 1st Quarter, tied at 0
2-3-6 Dime, Cover-3 Zone Blitz
Last Sunday marked the first time that Sam Bradford had faced a Rex Ryan defense, and the results generally did not go well. Bradford...
Anyone who has witnessed the Jets play over their first eleven games can attest to the fact that Mark Sanchez lacks a quality supporting cast and knows that Rex Ryan has tried in vain to talk up, and coach up an undermanned team. If the Jets tank at any point during the final stretch of five winnable games though, Ryan must acknowledge that part of the problem this season has been...