Found December 20, 2011 on
Turn On the Jets:
When you’re fighting for a divisional title at 7-7, there is nothing to brag about. When you’re a 8-6 club hanging onto a wildcard berth by a thread after guaranteeing Super Bowl appearances, there is no need for boasting either. The Jets host the Giants Saturday in a stadium both call home, but the only real award awaiting the winner may be life beyond the final week of the regular season.
The Jets have been second class citizens throughout their fifty year history, albeit aside from Joe Namath’s miracle and a few Bill Parcells years sprinkled in. This until Rex Ryan came to town. Loud and brash and proclaiming a take over.
Over his first two seasons, the Jets HAVE arguably been better. Just ask Rex if you need proof. He’ll tell you that it is true, due to the club’s exciting and improbable late season road runs to the AFC Championship Game. This as the Giants slipped from their 2007 Super Bowl champion pedestal.
Gang Green’s newfound perch as one of the best in the AFC, a date wi...
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Rex Ryan talking to the media after the Jets loss in Philadelphia.
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- In Rex Ryan's eyes, there's no alternative.
First off we have bonus coverage here. You don’t get this every place, but you get it here. Alright, guys who did not practice today. Jeremy Kerley, he has an illness so he was sick. I think we sent him home. Joe McKnight, shoulder, elbow, did not participate. Brandon Moore with his hip. Guys that were limited, all three of these guys were limited with (a)...
Coughlin on Rex Ryan’s comments: “Talk is cheap, play the game” [Giants]
LaDainian wants to stay a Jet, says team is special [ESPN]
Jeremy Kerley absent from practice for second straight day [NJ]
Rex: ‘I don’t care about Tom Coughlin or anybody else’ [NFP]
Santonio Holmes Focused For Rebound [Jets Insider]
Rex wants ‘green out’ on Saturday [ESPN]
Despite their loss yesterday, the Rex Ryan's Jets remained in playoff position and in control of the final wild-card spot. Thought the Titans, Raiders and Chargers are still alive, the Jets have to be most concerned with the Bengals.
If they both win out, they will finish 10-6 and...
'Talk is cheap, play the game,' Coughlin says today
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PHILADELPHIA — The Jets look like a Super Bowl contender right now about as much as Rosie O’Donnell looks like a threat for the Miss America crown.
Rex Ryan’s crew delivered an embarrassing performance yesterday, losing an ugly 45-19 game to the Eagles to end their three-game winning streak...
T HE JETS are used to their coach’s bravado, so Rex Ryan’s declaration Monday that he believes they are a “better team” than the Giants didn’t send many shockwaves through the locker room as Gang Green prepared for its Christmas Eve showdown with their MetLife Stadium co-tenants.
The morning after his team was thoroughly embarrassed by the Eagles, Rex Ryan morphed into Don King, promoting the Jets-Giants showdown on Christmas Eve like it was going to be shown on pay-per-view.
Every Tuesday I’ll take a look at the five biggest questions surrounding NFL teams for that week. This week I take a look at the huge Monday night matchup in the NFC South, the “Battle for New York” and the late-pushing Chargers.
Atlanta Falcons Matt Ryan throws in the second half of their NFL football game against the New Orleans Saints in Atlanta, Georgia November 13, 2011...