Found December 25, 2011 on
Turn On the Jets:
Third and ten from the 1 yard line. The New York Jets held a 7-3 lead and had put together an encouraging performance so far. One ten yard out route, two missed tackles, a poor angle, and 99 yards later. The game was over. If you have watched the Jets this season, you knew at that moment they didn’t have the character or the team this year to overcome that type of play.
I remember from the Oakland game when they couldn’t bounce back from a muffed kick. I remember from the New England game when they were ripping down the field on the opening drive but had to settle for a short field goal, which they missed and couldn’t bounce back from it. I remember defenders purposely staying on blocks to avoid tackling Tim Tebow on Denver’s game winning drive. I remember last week when a Santonio Holmes fumble gave the Eagles a quick 7-0 lead and the Jets didn’t have an answer.
The 2011 New York Jets don’t have the fight they did last year. They don’t have that irrational confidence that made the...
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Rex Ryan was brash and confident all week, insisting his Jets were the kings of New York. He was quieter after losing to the Giants.
Rex Ryan isn't about to change his approach.
What lessons will Ryan take from this? None, of course
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Following the N.Y. Giants win against the N.Y. Jets, Saturday afternoon, running back Brandon Jacobs had a few words to say about Jets Head Coach Rex Ryan.Jacobs talked to ESPN, after the game, as he expressed his TRUE FEELINGS towards the New York Jets and their Head Coach:I'm glad we came out here and gave it to him. I wish I could have got a change to go over there on that...
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Mike Garafolo of the Newark Star-Ledger writes that Brandon Jacobs told...
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Jason Pierre-Paul continues to establish himself as a dominant force. He ripped through the Jets' offensive line on his way to two sacks.
Merry Christmas Jets fans! Your team gave you the gift of inexplicably trying to throw 59 times. 59! En route to an embarrassing 29-14 loss. I am putting this loss squarely on the shoulders of the Jets offense, notably Brian Schottenheimer who called an awful game and Mark Sanchez who came up small in a big spot.
I defend Sanchez as much as anybody but he looked skittish all day...
Well, I guess that’s it folks. The Eagles season is over. Anytime your fate rests in the hands of Mark Sanchez, you may as well pack it in anyway. I’m saying this out of frustration obviously, as the Eagles really have no one to blame but themselves.
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“All in.” It’s a phrase Justin Tuck said over and over again late yesterday to explain the dominating performance by a Giants defense that had been anything but dominating for most of this season.
The Giants’ pass rush made life miserable for Mark Sanchez, sacking the Jets quarterback five...
We'll give a shiny dime to anyone who can figure out the 2011 New York Giants.
After 15 games and countless opportunities to define themselves, it remains impossible to come up with any kind of accurate prediction abut what the Giants will do when they hit the field for a do-or-die date with the Cowboys this Sunday. Everything they've done this season defies easy characterization...