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The Jets are playing with fire and are certain to get burned if they don’t name a quarterback soon after tomorrow night’s game against the Giants.
Coach Rex Ryan and his offensive underlings are now leaving open the possibility the collective collaborative choice between Mark Sanchez and Geno Smith could drag into the fourth preseason game against the Eagles on Thursday a mere 10 days before the regular-season opener.
“We’re not putting a timetable on this” Ryan said. “We want to make sure that our evaluation’s complete before we make that decision.”
Complete the evaluation and make that decision after this game for crying out loud.
To the best of my knowledge a Waffle House has never fielded a winning football team.
Quarterbacks coach David Lee: “We’re not near ready to name a quarterback yet.
“[When] we know we’ll tell ya. We don’t know right now.”
This Delay of Game is debilitating and self-destructive to a team that cries out for leadership at the most important position
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Mark Sanchez entered Saturday nights preseason game in the fourth quarter and was sacked three times before exiting with a shoulder injury.
Sanchez had been competing with Geno Smith for the starting quarterback job of the Jets.
Mark Sanchez had XRays. He will also be undergoing a MRI, I'm told. #nyj
— Manish Mehta (@MMehtaNYDN) August 25, 2013
Smith may be named the quarterback...
In his first real game as a rookie Geno Smith looks horrible. I am sorry but this guys is looking really bad. I am not counting him out but his mistakes are killing the Jets. Earlier this week the New York Daily said that if Geno wanted to start he could not make a mistake, […]
Enjoy the video New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez took of the treatment his infected toe is getting, because it sure doesn't look like he is.
New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez left the team's preseason game against the Giants late in the fourth quarter with what appeared to be a shoulder injury.
Sanchez, in with the backup offense after Geno Smith played into the fourth quarter, rolled out under heavy pressure and completed a 23-yard pass to Mohamed Massaquoi before having his right shoulder slammed into by Marvin...
The New York Jets wanted rookie Geno Smith to win the starting quarterback, but the West Virginia product has done his best to squander that opportunity. Smith threw three interceptions in one half of the team’s third preseason game, which is often viewed as the most important preseason contest. He got the opportunity to start […]
This is third preseason game and this is where the starters play the entire first half. This should make the fans of the New York Jets shudder.Here are five things learned from this preseason game.So this is what "brutal" looks like:Geno Smith started the game and played three quarters. The first half we got a glimpse of what brutal looks like. Smith ended the game...
Rich Cimini of ESPN New York believes that the Jets are desperate to bench QB Mark Sanchez.
Cimini notes that people who spoke to owner Woody Johnson following the team’s embarrassing loss to the Titans last season said there was a “never again” look in his eyes.
The Jets have made it very clear all preseason that they are looking to give rookie Geno Smith every opportunity...
Usually preseason games don’t have a lot riding on them, but this is not the case for the New York Jets. With Mark Sanchez taking the backseat to Geno Smith this week, offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg is calling on the rookie to “turn it loose.”
Mark Sanchez is already a laughing stock and the butt fumble of just about any joke you can think of. Well, let’s welcome Dan Orlovsky Geno Smith to the list of Jets that we can rip on this season. Check out the GIF below:
2 Girls, 1 Dirty Mark Sanchez
Mark Sanchez’ License Plate
The New York Jets emphasized eliminating turnovers this preseason, so when rookie Geno Smith tossed three first half interceptions Saturday night, he waived goodbye to his chances of starting in 2013.
BY NICK ST. DENISIn an opportune moment, Mark Sanchez didn't run away with the starting job in the New York Jets' second preseason game, which saw Sanchez play the entire first half with rookie Geno Smith sidelined to injury.But even if Sanchez lit up the place, he wouldn't have been handed the keys at the finish.As expected, Smith will get the nod in the team's third...
(via Getty Image)Mark Sanchez: Shonn, this has been a terrible start to the season. Cannot think of a worse training camp in my life. I don’t even know if I’m starting this season, much less if I’m going to be starting during this weekend.Shonn Greene’s Empty Locker:Mark Sanchez: Is it going to be Geno starting? Have you heard anything?Shonn Greene’s Empty Locker:Mark Sanchez...
BY NICK ST. DENISThe New York Jets entered the third week of the NFL preseason with an undecided positional competition between a rookie quarterback who probably isn't ready and a veteran quarterback who is clinging to the starting job only by default.They finished the third week of the preseason with an undecided competition between a rookie quarterback who definitely isn'...
The New York Jets organization gave its players handy cards called "Media Bridges" complete with phrases to use with reporters. It's chock full of the standard responses that seem to divert answers and avoid controversy.
Manish Mehta of the N.Y. Daily News posted photos of the front and back of the cards which will hopefully bridge the gap between the Jets players...
The third annual MetLife Bowl will take place tonight, as the Jets hope to regain the Snoopy Trophy, after a 23-3 loss last preseason.
The story lines could end, appetizingly, with just the battle of New York. However, the game will have a lot more meaning for Gang Green than just a rivalry.
Geno's job to win or lose
Whether you're a glass half empty or half...