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Jets LB David Harris left in the second quarter of Week 7 against San Diego with an apparent ankle injury. His return to the game is questionable. Harris, who had recorded a total of 33 tackles entering Sunday's game, had two stops before departing. Harris has posted at least four tackles in five of New York's six games this season as he remains one of the team's top defenders. He had been hobbled by a toe injury earlier this year and now he has suffered another setback. Source: CBS Sports
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
Hovering around the .500 mark after 6 weeks has the Jets playing exactly to their talent level. Expect this trend to hold true to form right through season’s end. The Defense may come around and give them an extra win or two, but the Offense is sure to cost them as much.
Toward the end of his rookie season, it almost seemed as though the Jets had placed first-round cornerback Kyle Wilson in the witness protection program to shield him from the experienced NFL quarterbacks who were picking on him unlike anything he ever saw at Boise State. But quietly over the first half of this season, Wilson has been showing signs of progress while playing the nickel corner.
At 4 a.m. Sunday, Jets tailback LaDainian Tomlinson woke up with violent flu-like symptoms, vomiting, experiencing diarrhea and overcome with chills. "Really and truly I knew I was still going to play," Tomlinson said. "I was able to push through and make some plays."
The Postgame Live crew talks about the Jets Week 7 win over the Chargers.
David Harris, Kenrick Ellis have ankle sprains
Before I say anything, put away your torches, pitchforks, and personal vendettas and try to follow the logic here. Brian Schottenheimer has been the Jets’ offensive coordinator since the beginning of the Mangini era, during his tenure there have been more than a few people who have called for his dismemberment and ultimately his job. Schotty’s “west coast,” quick-pass...
I want to tip my hat to our fans. I know we could barely communicate to each other, so obviously it had to be super hard for the Chargers to communicate. It was brutal. We were yelling and trying to get certain calls in, and it was rough. We talk about home field advantage, and that was probably the difference in the game. Those were two excellent teams going...
FLORHAM PARK–It’s unclear who was in a better mood in anticipation of the bye week – the team or the media, but the peppiness was universal.
Rex Ryan seemed hugely relieved that the return to the “Ground and Pound” seems to be working and, even better, having a positive impact on Mark Sanchez. “This is the offense that we built that he’s so familiar with,” Ryan said...
LaDainian Tomlinson has become the fourth running back in NFL history to catch 600 passes, reaching the milestone midway through the first quarter of the New York Jets' game against the San Diego Chargers.
It was a good couple of hours before the Jets beat the Chargers 27-21 yesterday at MetLife Stadium when a powerful motivational seed, which would help ignite a long-awaited signature performance by the defense, was quietly sown.
Still dressed in street clothes, Jets linebacker Calvin Pace was walking through the...
“Stay classy, San Diego.”
– Rex Ryan on Randy McMichael’s derision of the Jets secondary
Poor Randy McMichael, maybe he misses the AFC East’s musk … but to have the James Westhphals & Kenneth Noisewaters to defame the Jets Secondary?
Unique New York!
Maybe Milk *was* a bad choice for LaDainian …
I could literally do this all day …