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NFL Injury Report:
New York Jets linebacker Bart Scott is among several players
listed as questionable for tomorrow’s contest against the Seattle Seahawks,
while quarterback Mark Sanchez is probable to suit up despite a lower back
Scott is lining up to be a game-time decision for the Jets,
as he’s expected to travel with the team regardless. He is dealing with
swelling, not pain, in his injured toe, according to Kimberly A. Martin of Newsday.
Along with McKnight, who’s dealing with a high ankle sprain,
defensive lineman Kenrick Ellis (knee) is also doubtful to play. The Jets will
turn to Clyde Gates and Antonio Cromartie to handle kick-return duties in
Center Nick Mangold (ankle), safety Eric Smith (knee) and
running back Bilal Powell are all questionable to play. Defensive linemen Mike
DeVito (finger) and Damon Harrison (thumb), wide receiver Jeremy Kerley (heel),
linebacker Calvin Pace (shin), safety LaRon Landry (heel) and offensive lineman
Matt Slauson (knee) are all probable to play.
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The New York Jets defense came to play today. This isn’t the most talented unit and they are lacking in many key areas. Regardless, they put forth a respectable effort and gave their team every chance to be competitive and win.
The offense? Putrid. Embarrassing. Pop Warner quality. The Jets had two weeks to prepare and their major revelation was bringing Tim Tebow in the game...
The Jets enjoying being the center of attention, this season they're getting their wish. I don't know what they are doing with Tebow and how they are helping Sanchez succeed. They have so little talent on offense I don't care who the QB is, they are going to struggle. Ownership and the GM need to figure out what they are going to do as a franchise.
Grantland came up with this genius idea of setting up a fake email for Jets QB Tim Tebow giving us a glimpse of what his inbox probably looks like.
Click the inbox for a bigger version.
Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie is feeling being the top dog while Darrelle Revis is injured.
Cromartie to his credit has picked up some leadership responsibilities, and played pretty well.
Cromartie believes in his teammates, so much that according to ESPN New York, Cromartie says the Jets will definitely make the playoffs this year.
“The Jets will make the playoffs this...
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Think Rex Ryan and company spent the last two weeks sleepless over Seattle? The Jets are hoping to be Jet-lagged free on Sunday where a time zone cautious coaching staff is focusing on east coast time management on their furthest trip west on the season."I think by staying on the east coast time, even though you're out there west, I think that helps...
Dustin Keller vividly recalls the last time the Jets traveled to the unfriendly confines of Seattle.
He may not want to, of course. But he does nonetheless.
''It was 2008 ... and it was loud,'' Keller said. ''It snowed that day, so people were throwing snowballs at me. I was ducking a lot of them.''
The Jets could not manage any offense on Dec....
The Race for Steak continues. Note that last week’s record includes the most recent Thursday Night game -
1. Mike Donnelly (70-60-3)
2. Rob Celletti (69-59-5)
3. Chris Gross (66-63-4)
4. Chris Celletti (61-68-4)
5. Joe Caporoso (57-72-4)
Last Week (9-5)
New England (-11) vs. Buffalo
Giants (-3.5) vs. Bengals
Tampa Bay (-3) vs. San Diego
Mike Vorkunov of the Newark Star-Ledger writes that Jets senior personnel executive Terry Bradway was reportedly very high on Russell Wilson heading up into this year’s draft.
In fact, Wilson was nicknamed “Russell Bradway” around the Jets organization.
“We knew about him and liked him,” said Jets’ defensive coordinator Mike Pettine. “He’s proving he’s a...
Pete gets to face Sanchez
Mark Sanchez and the New York Jets come into CenturyLink Field on Sunday to face off against Sanchez’s former head coach, Pete Carroll of the Seattle Seahawks.
Matchup: New York vs. Seattle
Venue: CenturyLink Field
Time: 1:05 (local)
Date: November 11th, 2012
Weather: 47 high. 40 low. Cold and cloudy
Team Records: Seattle (5-4) New York (3-5)
The Jets' front office can't seem to get enough offensive lineman to protect quarterback Mark Sanchez. Add Hayworth Hick's name to the list of the newest members of the Green and White.
Coming out of a bye week, no one is expecting the 3-5 New York Jets to beat the 5-4 Seattle Seahawks. The Seahawks have the 3rd best defense in the league, are undefeated at home, and have the advantage when it comes to both their offense and their defense. Unlike the dismissive and treasonous so-called Jet fans that have been outnumbering the real Jet fans in Metlife stadium, the...
The New York Jets (3-5) will play the Seattle Seahawks (5-4) this Sunday afternoon in CenturyLink Field from Seattle, WA.
Game starts at 4:05 pm on CBS (TV) and WEPN (Radio).
Seahawks favorites over Jets.
Spread is -6 points.
My pick is the Seahawks.
Coming off the bye week. The Jets will try to turn the tod here while they travel out on to the pacific...