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FLORHAM PARK–Sunday’s game against the Patriots didn’t go quite as well as the Jets had hoped. All week long, the focus was on beating the Patriots and taking over the division lead. Not only did it not happen, but New England’s win turned into a trouncing.
It was odd, especially since the first drive of the game was exactly what the Jets had wanted to do all season long — efficient and maintaining control of the clock. It worked like a charm until not only couldn’t they score a touchdown, but Nick Folk missed a 24-yard field goal. It was only his second miss of the season.
In the locker room after the game, the players who were still in there were at a loss to explain what happened. “Inconsistent” and “miscommunication” were two of the words used by more than one guy. LaDainian Tomlinson said he thought that failing on that first drive was so deflating it actually put the team in a lull for a while. Certainly a “lull” is not optimal against any team, and especially the Patriots.
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Rex Ryan seems to not have fully worked on his cursing or anger management issues. Following The Jets being embarrassed by the New England Patriots on Sunday Night Football, Rex was walking off the field and was asked by a fan: “Hey Rex, Belichick is better than you.”
Rex Ryan responded as only Rex Ryan can: ”Shut the f*ck up.”
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New York Jets running back LaDainian Tomlinson will not be available for Thursday's game against the Broncos in Denver after spraining his left MCL Sunday against the Patriots, the New York Daily News reported, citing sources.
Tomlinson did not practice with the team Tuesday but the Jets refrained from officially ruling him out.
Jets coach Rex Ryan said the 32-year-old would...
The Jets took the loss to the Patriots in ugly fashion last night. Losses put people in bad moods. That's a given. Fans like to get liquored up during the game and scream obscenities to anyone within shouting distance. That also is a given. But when you combine the bad mood with the drunk fans, what you get is the following video with Jets head coach Rex Ryan.
In 2009 and 2010, the Jets had to navigate the road to the Super Bowl the hard way, as wild cards forced to win away from home. Each year, the Jets won two playoff games on the road, with their Super Bowl quests derailed in Indianapolis and Pittsburgh, respectively. This year, the Jets have a…
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. - Rex Ryan's emotions got the best of him - again.
The NFL is looking into an Internet video...
Jets coach Rex Ryan has made guarantees and he has conceded that his team has missed the playoffs. Both have backfired. So last night, with his team licking its wounds after a 37-16 beatdown from the Patriots, Ryan was asked about the Jets playoff chances.
“It looks doubtful right now,” Ryan said after the game, appearing appropriately somber. “What am I going to say? Maybe...
DENVER — As we’ve all come to know, Rex Ryan loves making guarantees as much as he loves eating Mexican food.
So in the spirit of Rex, here’s a guarantee: The 4-5 Broncos cannot and will not beat the 5-4 Jets with quarterback Tim Tebow throwing the ball eight...
The NFL is looking into an Internet video that appears to show New York Jets coach Rex Ryan using an obscenity while angrily responding to a fan after the team's 37-16 loss to the New England Patriots. NFL spokesman Greg Aiello says Monday that the league is aware of the 48-second video, which shows the Jets walking off the field Sunday night.
Rex Ryan post Jets loss to the Patriots talks to fans: "Shut the **** up!"
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Jets coach Rex Ryan is preparing to face Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow on Thursday night, and Ryan says he’s admired Tebow since he was in college. “I thought he was a great competitor and he is a winner, and that’s what he’s showing right now,” Ryan said, in comments distributed by the Jets’ PR staff.…
Time isn't on the side of the Jets, and the latest signs point toward running back LaDainian Tomlinson sitting out Thursday night's game in Denver.
Pool, Nelson not on the field
Running back LaDainian Tomlinson will have an MRI on his left leg Monday after suffering an injury late in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s loss to the Patriots.
New York Jets RB LaDainian Tomlinson, 11.15
On responding to the loss…
The good thing is the game is coming fast. You have no choice, really, then to put the last game behind you and move on. So, for us, we have a big challenge against us. Obviously, we’ve got to travel way across country and then you’re playing against a team that’s not normal, (compared to) what other teams...