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The Jets were close, but no cigar on Monday night. Head coach Rex Ryan isn't in the business of celebrating any moral victories.
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Florham Park, N.J.: When the Jets decided to acquire Tim Tebow from the Denver Broncos this past offseason, talking heads around various sports media outlets claimed there was a quarterback controversy. Before practice, let alone games, were even played, Rex Ryan had to field questions on the leash length on Mark Sanchez and when the inevitable takeover would happen.Ryan gracefully...
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After Terrell Owens took to Twitter to plead with the Jets to take a flier on him, Jets head coach Rex Ryan didn't say the team would do so but didn't rule it out, either.
JJ Watt was such a dominant force blocking passes during the Texans’ 23-17 win over the Jets on Monday night, Rex Ryan joked that he should be playing for the Knicks. “That JJ Watt’s the real deal,” Ryan said in his postgame press conference. “I think the Knicks should pick him up too with all the shot-blocking he did. It’s not like he doesn’t do it to everybody, but...
The NFL will review New York Jets guard Matt Slauson's hit on Houston Texans linebacker Brian Cushing during Monday night's game.Cushing will miss the rest of the season with a torn left ACL. Slauson appeared to cut Cushing with a low block from behind during the Texans' 23-17 victory over the Jets. The NFL's vice president of football operations Merton Hanks...
Yes, I added this for Gay Porn Traffic10) Ryan is an agnostic who rejects ESPN and all of His works9) Once he plays this card and loses, the Jets will no longer be interesting to even the tabloids8) Wants to keep Designated Sidehow Tim Tebow fresh for those crucial fake punts7) Hasn't done quite enough to bury the man's chances at every having a career outside of New York...
People are going to read into the wording used by New York Jets coach Rex Ryan when he said on Wednesday that Mark Sanchez will remain the Jets starting quarterback "this week." The fact that Ryan did not commit beyond Sunday's game against Indianapolis may or may not mean anything, but it certainly will fuel speculation about whether Tim Tebow could become the starter...
And here you thought Terrell Owens was desperate when he offered his services to the Jets on Twitter. Well it seems that Rex Ryan may be even more desperate than Owens.
After watching his offense struggle so much the passing game that they had to use Antonio Cromartie on offense, Ryan admitted on Tuesday that he’s not about to rule out taking Owens up on his offer.
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Mark Sanchez is still the starting quarterback for the New York Jets, according to the head coach of the New York Jets.
Head coach Rex Ryan continues to stand behind his quarterback, despite continued aerial ineptitude, which was showcased for all of the nation to see on Monday during a Monday Night Football loss to the Houston Texans.
New York Jets coach Rex Ryan says Mark Sanchez is the team's starting quarterback ''this week'' - and wouldn't make a long-term commitment.
Ryan has been asked about his quarterback situation several times during the last few weeks, and has insisted that no switch to Tim Tebow is coming. When he was pressed Wednesday about his qualifier, Ryan got slightly...
The grades are in from Monday night's action-packed contest between the Houston Texans and NewYork Jets. Find out whether Rex Ryan and company passed on the Green and White Report grading scale.
The New York Jets are the definition of dysfunction, and the circus is only getting better as time moves forward.
In an interview on CNBC, Woody Johnson made a plethora of comical remarks that should raise our eyebrows, but more specifically, he said of the possibility of hanging on to Tim Tebow, "He's going to be with us for three years."
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Here is maybe the greatest sign ever made on a gameday set. Not much else to say other then props to the dude that made this sign.-TO
Rex Ryan Has Mark Sanchez’s Back
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With what looked like a decent Monday Night Football match up on paper when the 2012 NFL schedule was first released, the Texans at the Jets now looks like it could see the mercy rule invoked. With the Texans on the rise, consistently beating teams by double digits, the flailing Jets, who were embarrassed at home last week by a 34-0 thrashing, look to be heading in the opposite direction...