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The New York Jets quarterback drama is destined to continue, regardless of what is said by any of the team’s decision-makers. Ryan hasn't been pushed to start the popular backup QB over the struggling starter, Tannenbaum told reporters Thursday. "Rex, (owner) Woody (Johnson) and myself, we talk all the time," Tannenbaum told the Star-Ledger. "We have a great relationship and we have a good, robust debate about what's best for the team, but playing time is always going to be driven by Rex. We'll talk to (owner) Woody (Johnson) about what we're going to do ... but Rex is in charge of who plays." Sanchez is on shaky ground after posting a 69.6 quarterback rating in four games, and the Jets are ranked 27th in passing offense and 24th in scoring offense. Sanchez doesn't fear that a change is coming. "I don't feel threatened to lose my job at all," Sanchez told reporters. "It's no different whether it's Tim or Ma...
BEST OF MAXIM
You’ve certainly heard the rumors that the Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez is on the hot seat.
With that comes the prediction that started in the off-season that Tim Tebow will overthrow the USC-bred signal caller and all will be well in the land.
If that happens things for the Jets could in fact get worse. The last time that I checked, the Jets take the field with 11 players at...
Start Tim Tebow.
Not in Wildcat or Razorback or the slot. At quarterback.
Not in a couple of weeks. Now.
Not because of God or faith or any intangibles attributed to him. Not for any reason except the New York Jets are drowning and need a kick in the butt. This is not about belief at all. This is about doubt -- doubt about whether the Mark Sanchez who helped the Jets to back-to...
"It's a screen. It's the way it's supposed to be. You invite the rush and you throw it right over them. He made a pretty good play. They always try to tip it and usually that ball always goes right through." - Mark Sanchez 9.30.12 FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- In the case of passing the football, does short always precede simple? . That's what old football adages...
The New York Jets may make a change for change’s sake. It is one of the worst thing that an NFL team can do in this day and age. They panic and make a rash decision based on the poor play of one player or on the desires of the fans. Generally speaking, the say when a coach or general manager listens to the fans, he will soon be sitting with them.
But what if it is the owner making...
Asked by the NY Post whether he felt Tim Tebow had put pressure on NY Jets incumbent quarterback Mark Sanchez, former Jet offensive linemen and current ESPN analyst Damien Woody said, perhaps holding...
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Houston Texans (4-0) at New York Jets (2-2)
Prior to the Jets’ 34-0 home loss to the 49ers last week, one NFL executive compared the Revis injury to any other team losing it’s starting quarterback and he was so right. Without Revis, they can’t do any of the things to normally make them good defensively and for a defensive minded team, that’s absolutely devastating. Without...
Each week Darren looks back at the weekend that was in the National Football League. These are the three things that most significantly stuck out during Week 4.
The Jets Downfall?
The Jets are a complete mess but I am going to sit here and tell you that Tim Tebow is not the answer at this point. Bringing in Tim Tebow at any point other than training camp does nothing but turn the...
1. Stop the run
- San Francisco absolutely decimated the Jets last week thanks to their ability to run the ball. They barely took to the air, instead relying on a run-heavy attack that racked up over 200 yards on the ground. Houston has a great run game, spearheaded by All-Pro running back Arian Foster. If the Jets want to win, they’ll have to find a way to shut down Foster, Ben...
Drees Brees on the brink of breaking Johnny Unitas’ record.
Falcons and Texans are the top teams in the NFL
Jets, Tim Tebow, Mark Sanchez
Cowboys- Jerry Jones and Jason Garrett
Fantasy Football tip
Broncos – Peyton Manning