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Mark Sanchez was drafted out of USC and started off his first two seasons with a bang. He took the Jets to two straight AFC Championships, and even though they were both losses, it's still pretty impressive for a young QB. However the past two seasons, he hasn't been as fortunate.Over the past two seasons, Mark Sanchez has a combined 52 turnovers, which is absolutely gut-wrenching. Looking at a statistic like that, you could probably just throw all the blame on him for the Jets' pathetic seasons. In my book, he isn't entirely to blame. There is a reason Sanchez is turning the ball over so much and it's not all him. You don't just start two seasons hot, and then immediately play like garbage. Unfortunately, that's not how the Jets look at it.If you watch the Jets play, you can see how easily defensive lineman get to the backfield and Sanchez. Then, Sanchez is forced to check down to a running back or choose which of his wide receivers sucks the least. When...
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I know, I know. I am writing this article for two reasons. One, I almost believe my title and that I will delve into more thoroughly in a minute. Two, when is the last time someone said something, check that anything, positive about Mark Sanchez of the New York Jets? He gets crushed by everyone more than Dane Cook on the internet and if you even mention the Jets, his name is immediately...
New York Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie admitted in a recent interview that he blew through $5 million during his first two seasons in the NFL.
Another day, another Joe Namath dig at the Jets.
On the heels of questioning the Geno Smith pick and explaining his "clumsy" relationship with Gang Green, the legendary ex-Jets quarterback sounded off on Rex Ryan's player-friendly coaching style.
"I’ve always said I've never seen that kind of coaching style before in my life," Namath said, via ESPNewYork...
Tebow! Tebow! Tebow! Buried behind Glenn Beck’s strange and idiotic rant about how terrible RGIII’s new house must be (yes, Glenn, Northern Virginia is very expensive but it’s not on Manhattan’s level and the house is not in Great Falls, it’s in the sticks, so that’s why it is “only” $2.5M), there is an even worse idea. It is a bad idea whose time may have come. I...
The great thing about the NFL is that there are so many positions that every year, there is almost always at least one player who has a breakout year on every team, no matter how good or bad the team is. This is one part in a 32 part segment detailing one potential breakout player (rookies don’t count) for the 2013 NFL season on each NFL team. For the New York Jets, that player...
Rookie Sheldon Richardson is readying himself for Rex Ryan's defensive line. That mean's he's preparing to post up anywhere, and...“Everywhere,” Richardson told NewYorkJets.com's Eric Allen of his work in OTAs. “A little end, a little three tech(nique), a little nose, shade, all that… The only thing I haven’t done yet is play rush, so I pretty much have...
When athletes get that paycheck, they buy several homes and vehicles that resembles a small car dealership. That is what happened to current New York Jets player Antonio Cromartie. According [...]
Antonio Cromartie — the New York Jets cornerback who blew through $5 million in his first two years in the NFL and has fathered 12 children with eight different women — claims he is turning over a new leaf and will become the voice of reason for the incoming crop of Jets rookies and teach them not to make the same mistakes he did.
In an interview with Newsday, Cromartie tells...
We're still a ways out from Week 1, but now with the draft and most of the key parts of free agency behind us, it's a good time to see how each QB fits into the larger picture. This is part one of a two-part series, looking at what each QB could bring to the offense, with the other probable pieces in place.
The incumbent Mark Sanchez has a lot on his plate.
There are some guys that you can look at and see them giving advice to people. They are successful, nothing has ever appeared to go wrong for them, and all is well.
And they would be the wrong people to listen to. The NFL knows this which is why it has guys like Antonio Cromartie speaking to young players.
I've got how many kids by how many women?
It may seem strange...
We asked our followers at Follow @OneJetAtATime who they thought would have a breakout year for the Jets, and for any statistical predictions they had.
Here's a few of our favorite responses:
@onejetatatime Jeremy Kerley 84 receptions, 1200 yards, 7 TDs Chris Ivory 1300 yards , 11 TDs
— #JetsNation(@RobMacNYJETS) June 2, 2013
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The Mets and Jets: Shea Stadium Twins?
Often times, doesn’t it feel like the Jets and Mets are twins? Both tenants of Shea Stadium from the days the doors first opened in 1964...
It looks like when Joe Namath isn’t ripping his former team, the New York Jets, he’s filming commercials for retirement homes.
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New York Jets since the 1960sIn the 1968-69 season, Joe Namath lead the New York Jets to a Super Bowl victory. Namath would guarantee victory before they played the Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl III. One thing that Namath couldn't guarantee- the Jets having another good quarterback.After Namath, Matt Robinson and Richard Todd battled for the starting job (1978-1980). Both...