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Despite Rex Ryan vowing to stick with his starting quarterback as long as he is the Jets head coach, the fans in New York have grown tired of Mark Sanchez. It is Sanchez’s third year as an NFL starter, and he has not taken significant strides toward proving he deserved to be selected in the [...]
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Mark Sanchez says there's ''not a chance'' the Jets make the playoffs if he and the rest of the team play the way they did in a 28-24 comeback victory over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.
The maligned quarterback tells 1050 ESPN Radio in his weekly appearance Tuesday that New York's postseason hopes will end if he continues to complete less than 50 percent of...
Jim Leonhard left no secret that he wasn’t happy with the boobirds directed at Mark Sanchez before the Jets’ 28-24 win to the Bills on Sunday. The veteran safety, one of the most well-respected and fan-friendly players on Rex Ryan’s team, admitted on Tuesday that he took exception to the fans’ ...
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...
The Jets are 6-5 and face an uphill climb to make the playoffs, but Rex Ryan says, “I think the best is yet to come.”
Lambasting the fans of football in our neck of the woods is usually Brandon Jacobs' territory, but one of the Jets is now hopping on the bandwagon.
Jim Leonhard went on WFAN Tuesday and gave Jets fans who booed Mark Sanchez during pregame introductions a bit of a roasting for voicing their discontent. Leonhard said he wished the team got more of a benefit of the doubt from...
But Moore's role won't change from consultant, Ryan said.
Asks fans for the benefit of the doubt
The Redskins actually play a very important game this week. It's not the Giants, Eagles, or Cowboys who will line up across from them, but the New York Jets that come to town. The Redskins have not dominated too many NFL teams of late, but the Jets (as well as the Cardinals and Bears) are the exceptions to the rule. Since the NFL realigned in 2002, just three teams in the...
For the Jets, a Victory That Exposed Some Weaknesses [New York Times]
Dustin Keller leaps to defense of Mark Sanchez after win over Bills [NYDailyNews]
Plaxico Burress: Stevie Johnson sorry [ESPN]
Stevie Johnson says he may stop touchdown celebrations after Jets incident [NJ]
Jets likely without DT Mike DeVito for Redskins matchup [NJ]
Jets tight end Dustin Keller joined NBC SportsTalk on Thursday night, and he addressed a variety of issues. For starters, Keller addressed with Russ Thaler the ongoing criticism of quarterback Mark Sanchez. “Any time something breaks down offensively, immediately all the pressure goes on Mark Sanchez, Brian Schottenheimer, our offensive coordinator, and that’s absolutely not…
Wideout Plaxico Burress and head coach Rex Ryan discuss the Jets’ comeback victory against the Bills, which kept their playoff hopes alive.
Anyone else who saw the game on TV probably noticed that at the end of the game Sunday Sanchez was fired up about something on the sidelines, as he was obviously yelling at someone .. likely someone on defense. From what I saw, he was standing next to Brodney Pool. but Cimini thinks his yelling was directed at someone else on the defense.
Next, the cameras showed him stalking the...