Found December 20, 2013 on
PLAYERS: Geno Smith
TEAMS: New York Jets
  getty images The New York Jets drafted Geno Smith in the second round and while the rookie quarterback has had more downs than ups the coaching staff is still behind him. On Thursday offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg gave Smith a vote of confidence. “I’m even more certain now than I was earlier that he could be a really good one,” Mornhinweg said, via New York Daily News. Smith’s 21 interceptions this season have stalled out the Jets offense numerous times. “Everybody progresses at a different rate at really all positions, but (in) particular the quarterback,” Mornhinweg said, though he also admitted, “I felt like we had to restart almost a few weeks back.” The Jets may bring in another veteran this offseason but for now it appears that Smith is safe atop the depth chart unless a new coaching staff arrives. “He’s got skill and ability. He’s a bright young man. . . He’s got instincts,” Mornhinweg said. “Now, from afar or if you’re not really in it, it’s probably hard to

Siri confirms which signal-caller is the NFL's worst quarterback

Geno Smith is the NFL's worst quarterback -- so says Siri, anyway. Yes, the iPhone's famous voice-activated assistant confirms what most think about the Jets' rookie signal-caller, who holds a 62.9 rating, lowest in the league. Don't believe me? Just ask her for yourself (provided you have an Apple product handy). Smith has thrown 21 interceptions -- five...

Infographic of Every NFL Touchdown Celebration of 2013

There have been plenty of funny and entertaining NFL touchdown celebrations in 2013.  With the playoffs just around the corner, the Wall Street Journal decided to dissect all 1,150 scores so far this year in a comprehensive infographic and video montage to find out the most common celebrations. The “Bump and Jump” is the most common celebration, having occurred 130 times...

Former Jets LB Lance Mehl joins JetsInsider Gameday this Sunday

Jets Insider Gameday presented by Momo's Sports Bar will be broadcasting live on Sunday Morning from 10 am- Noon on Champions ESPN Radio Long Island 96.9-107.1 FM with all you need to get ready for the Jets matchup against the Browns at Met Life Stadium. We will recap the Jets tough loss last week against the Panthers and  give you all the latest team news and notes as well...

Siri Thinks Geno Smith Is Worst QB In NFL (Photo)

  When Siri is clowning you, then there’s a problem… Siri confirmed what we all may have already known about Jets struggle QB Geno Smith   Et tu Siri? H/T:

The NY Media Needs ED-ucating

Florham Park, NJ - Ed Reed wouldn't speak to the media yesterday. Some writers complained about it around sandwiches...which were really good. Today, Reed did talk today, but his frustration and disdain for those surrounding him with recorders was evident when the first question was asked.What's up with the missed tackles and big plays the Jets have allowed recently?"...

New York Jets – Morning Cup of Coffee

The Jets playoff hopes have come to an end, but there is still football to be played. The Cleveland Browns come into MetLife Stadium this weekend in what is expected to be a warm and rainy day. The Jets are a young team with a lot of big question marks heading into the offseason. Will the team lay down these next two weeks or fight for Rex Ryan’s job? Let’s take a look at this...

Jets players squarely in Rex’s corner

If Rex Ryan’s fate was decided by popular vote of the players instead of the electoral college chaired by John Idzik and Woody Johnson, he would win in a landslide, a resounding mandate to bring him back. “I’m 100 percent confident that if it was up to the players, that he’d be back next year,” David Nelson told The Post. “I’m 100 percent confident that if the GM and...

Cam Newton “I have the best hands on the team”

(US Presswire) Panthers quarterback Cam Newton was mic’d up for Sundays match up against the New York Jets on Sunday. During a Jets onside kick attempt Newton’s mic caught him saying,  ”Why am I not on the hands team? I have the best hands on the team!”. LINK:   The Panthers hands team boded...

Cleveland Browns at New York Jets: Three Bold Predictions

When the scheduling committee of the NFL put this matchup together between the New York Jets and the Cleveland Browns, there might have been a laugh or two had once it was carved in stone.Two teams that have had their share of exciting and not so exciting moments this season meet in what could be a meaningless game this weekend.I have a feeling this will be a better contest than...

Winslow: Browns 'can't guard me'

As Kellen Winslow Jr. gets ready to face his old team, the Cleveland Browns, the New York Jets tight end is confident he has the upper hand. "Really, they can't guard me," Winslow told "That's how I feel, and I can't be guarded, you know?" The 30-year-old Winslow signed a one-year deal with the Jets during the offseason. The Browns...

Wilkerson, Pace closing in on Jets' milestone

With just two games left, the Jets’ top pass rushers are looking to put their names in the team’s record books. Calvin Pace looks to reach double digit sacks on the season, marking a career high for the veteran. It will also mark the first time in over 30 years that Gang Green has had two players double digit sacks in the same season.

Green and White Breakdown: Jets v. Browns reporters Ashley Iaconetti and Evan Slavit breakdown what to expect from the Jets when they host their last home game this season against the Cleveland Browns (4-10)...

Westhoff: To put it kindly, Jets 'limited in personnel'

BY NICK ST. DENISMike Westhoff was talking about the New York Jets' special teams unit, but he might as well have been talking about the entire team. Well, minus the defensive front."The Jets are limited in personnel," Westhoff said Tuesday, via ESPN New York. "And I'm being kind."Westhoff, the Jets' former longtime special teams coach -- and one of...

Rex Ryan: Geno Smith has 'bright future'

Rex Ryan looks at Geno Smith and sees an improving player. Really, he does. "I've seen him improve in a lot of areas," the New York Jets coach said Wednesday. "Statistically, it doesn't jump off the chart, but I know he's getting better. ... I think the young man has a very bright future." No, the numbers don't jump off the chart. The rookie...

Opinion: Holmes needs to move on from Jets

Injuries, poor quarterback play and shoddy coaching have led to Santonio Holmes' dip in production the past few seasons. While the Jets' top wideout is willing to take a pay cut this offseason to remain in New York, it's time to move on for Holmes, writes The Jets Beat's Erik Manassy.
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