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Rex Ryan insists it is not time for a quarterback change, no matter who thinks it might benefit the Jets if Tim Tebow stepped in for Mark Sanchez.
The Jets coach says Monday he knows ''in my heart'' that switching quarterbacks is not the move that will jump-start the team, even after an embarrassing 34-0 loss to the San Francisco 49ers. Ryan says there's plenty more that needs to improve than just the quarterback - although Sanchez needs to bounce back from a few lousy performances.
Ryan says Sanchez gives the Jets the best chance to win games as the starting quarterback. But, while they are standing by Sanchez right now, perhaps their biggest potential playmaker - Tebow - is just mostly standing by.
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Let the quarterback controversy winds start blowing. Jets' owner Woody Johnson may start pushing the team to play Tim Tebow over Mark Sanchez. This not-so stunning bit of news comes from Rich Cimini of ESPN New York, who reported that, "Two people who know Johnson, and know how he runs his football operation, believe he will push his football people to start Tebow."...
New York Jets’ coach Rex Ryan reiterated during a Monday press conference that Mark Sanchez is their quarterback. “He’s definitely our guy,” Ryan insisted. “I know this is killing him. He’s going to want to respond.”
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On Friday, New York Jets coach Rex Ryan invoked the Super Bowl when he explained his decision to leave cornerback Darrelle Revis on the team's active roster, at least for the time being, despite Revis tearing his left ACL last week against Miami.
Ryan is probably safe placing Revis on IR now, though, because after the way his team played in Sunday's 34-0 loss to the San...
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Not long after the San Francisco 49ers and New York Jets clashed at the Meadowlands, it was explicitly clear which team prepared their team for victory and the other struggling to find answers. By the end, the sound of victory struck with profundity as the Niners hopped a flight headed west with a 34-0 victory in hand.After a tough loss to Minnesota, the 49ers embarked upon their...
I’ll start this off by saying that Rex Ryan is my favorite Jets coach since Bill Parcells. He’s a great personality, knows how to build a defense, and knows how to motivate his players. The success he had in his first two years as Jets head coach, bringing them to two straight AFC Championship games, was nothing short of marvelous.
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“I think right now, with the way Mike Tannenbaum is and the scouting department, we look at all the possibilities and things, but I think the big thing, hopefully...
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That apparently is not the case as defensive back Carlos Rodgers continues to taunt the Jets.
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San Francisco 49ers backup quarterback, Colin Kaepernick, scored his first NFL touchdown by surprising the New York Jets with a Tim Tebow-style Wildcat play.
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The New York Jets received a 34-0 beat down at the hands of the 49ers on Sunday, prompting head coach Rex Ryan to say, “We got our ass kicked. There’s no two ways, ins or outs about it.”
To add injury to insult, Santonio Holmes left the game after sustaining what appeared to be a knee injury while trying to make a cut. Holmes fell to the ground in pain, while giving up the...
The news is as expected. New York Jets wide receiver, Santonio Holmes, will miss the rest of the 2012 season with a Lisfranc injury.
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