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The playoff atmosphere continues as the Jets continue to make a push for the playoffs, in a now very crowded playoff picture. The Jets are now 6-5, and make the trip south to face Mike Shanahan and the 4-7, but not easy, Washington Redskins. The … [visit site to read more]Jets TakeOff! A Week 13 Preview New York Jets vs Washington Redskins - The Jet Press - The Jet Press - A New York Jets Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
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IRVING -- Since Jack Del Rio was fired as head coach of the Jaguars on Tuesday, there has been speculation that Rob Ryan could be a head coaching candidate in Jacksonville.
There is no evidence stating there's interest from the Jaguars, but hiring Ryan wouldn't be a huge surprise.
"He's a Ryan, so he has the pedigree, his whole family's been coaching, everybody...
Alright, here we go. We ready? This is it, the few, the proud. Mike Devito (is) out. (He) did not practice, knee. Everybody else is probable for the game. They’ll all play. All these guys are full, as well: Marcus Dixon, shoulder, Vlad Ducasse, knee, Shonn Greene, rib, Jeremy Kerley, knee, Nick Mangold, ankle, who by the way is cheering for Madison....
You Probably know by now Darrelle Revis had a bad game last Sunday. He gave up a catch — eight of them, in fact, for 75 yards. A touchdown, too.
Might be time to cut the guy.
The negative fallout resulting from the Jets cornerback yielding such hefty totals to Bills...
Jets QB Mark Sanchez threw four TDs last week but still isn't getting much respect from his own Coach. Will that change with another solid performance against a struggling Redskins squad?
I have some advice for my SNY programming brethren:
1) More Westy
2) More Westy
3) More Westy
We've spent 11 games analyzing every little thing that the Jets have done and, hopefully, you've gotten your fill.
The time for analysis is done because looking back has absolutely no value for the Jets. The past is prologue and the next five weeks have to be about the three feet in front of them if they're going to salvage their season.
Now isn't the time to focus...
In this weekend’s game, the New York Jets will have a young man coming in to rush the passer on passing downs. His story is so phenomenal that it wouldn’t be a stretch to see it become a best-seller or a movie. I don’t have enough time to write it all, but I have had the honor of knowing Aaron Maybin for a long time and can share a few of my experiences with him.
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One week from Saturday, on Dec. 10, the Redskins will welcome one of the oldest and most storied sports rivalries to Washington. For the first time in it’s 112-game history, the annual Army-Navy game will be played in the Nation’s Capital, at FedExField.
At today’s Army-Navy Press Luncheon, Redskins owner Daniel M. Snyder spoke about the privilege of hosting an event with...
Though the New York Jets are very much alive for a playoff spot in the AFC, they know their overall play must improve in order for them to actually reach the postseason.
Looking to build off a much-needed victory, the Jets try for some rare success against the Washington Redskins on Sunday at FedEx Field.
New York (6-5) avoided a third consecutive loss by rallying for a 28-24 home...
Apparently four days after the fact people are still giving their opinion of what they thought of Stevie Johnson end zone celebration against the Jets. Washington WR Santana Moss was the latest to weigh in.
Moss was asked on PFT Live for his thoughts on Johnson’s celebration.
“Some guys, that’s a part of their game,” Moss said of Johnson on Thursday’s PFT Live. “They...
I’m hoping Florio doesn’t read this, because I’m about to give out a compliment. His interview with Santana Moss was one of the best ones in PFT Live history. Okay, that’s more of a compliment to Moss. The Redskins wideout was honest and engaging on a variety of topics, including his appreciation of Rex Grossman.…
In the NFL, every team is constantly searching for that golden formula to guarantee success. The concept of how to go about it is always evolving, but ultimately if a healthy balance isn’t achieved at every level of the organization, then it’s very difficult to accomplish much anything.
From what I gather, that balance hasn’t been instilled in the Washington Redskins organization...