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New York Jets legend Joe Namath isn’t shy when it comes to talking about his former franchise. He spoke a lot about the Jets last season, and it was often nothing to feel good about.
In a recent interview with NFL.com, Joe Namath was asked what he thought about the current status of the team he helped put on the map.
“I’m concerned with how the Jets are trying to build a team and win a championship. They seem more interested in making headlines.”
I normally don’t agree when former players speak negatively about teams they used to play for, but given the last few years, (Since Rex Ryan took over as headcoach) it’s easy to see where Namath is coming from. And while Rex Ryan came very close to getting his team to the Superbowl 2 years straight, it really looks as though they took huge steps in the wrong direction. Everything from refusing to resign good players, to all the arrogant statements often made by a coach or player.
Only time will tell if this team can get it t...
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New York Jets owner Woody Johnson put his opinion of the Jets backup quarterback quite succinctly when he stated, "I think you can never have too much Tebow."
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I don't know why or when "reporter getting pummeled in the middle of a hurricane" became a thing, but Jim Cantore is the Joe Montana of the craft. As he stands in the streets of New Orleans with Hurricane Isaac coming through, Cantore takes a moment to drop to one knee and say, "for whatever it's worth, I hope I'm making Tebow proud."
The New York Jets head into their pre-season finale tonight against the Philadelphia Eagles with plenty of questions surrounding their roster. On the field tonight will be a minimal amount of impact players for the 2012 team, however there are a handful who still have an opportunity to lock down prominent roles. After the game Mike Tannenbaum needs to get to work in adding depth...
Rex Ryan was asked about a scenario this morning if Mark Sanchez suffered an injury who would be the #2 to go right in and fill his shoes. Tim Tebow is the answer, but I truly believe it should be Greg McElroy (IF he had the Reps).
If starting QB Mark Sanchez were to suffer a long-term injury, he’d be replaced by Tim Tebow, not Greg McElroy, Rex Ryan said Wednesday...
The Jets swapped disappointment tackles with the Rams when they sent Wayne Hunter to St. Louis for Jason Smith. I was in the middle of recording a podcast with my brother so if you feel like hearing our reaction as it was happening, go give it a listen.
Maybe I’m stating the obvious, but I am convinced this trade has nothing to do with replacing Austin Howard but everything...
As week one of the 2012 NFL season approaches, rosters are taking shape as teams gear up for the regular season.Here is a comprehensive look at the Jets roster as they gear up for week one versus the Buffalo Bills on September 9th.OFFENSEQB 1 - Mark Sanchez QB 2 - Tim Tebow QB 3 - Greg McElroyRB 1 - Shonn Greene RB 2 - Bilal Powell ...
It looks like LaDainian Tomlinson transition away from the football is going very smoothly.
L.T. even went out and got himself two new gigs.
USA Today is reporting that Tomlinson will join the teams at Sirius XM Radio and the NFL Network.
Tomlinson will be hosting In the Endzone with LT, a fantasy football-oriented show that will air Wednesday nights during the season on Sirius’...
He goes by Joe Namath, Broadway Joe or Joe Willie.Whatever you prefer to call him, it is without a doubt that Joe Namath is the most famous New York Jet in the history of the franchise.Namath embraced the spotlight as a professional football player in the Big Apple and his charisma drew fans from all types of backgrounds, making him a perfect fit for the New York Jets.After his...
Rex Ryan has grown irritated with his locker room constantly being in disarray, so yesterday Rex came up with a family type bonding situation.
In a report from USA Today, Rex sent Mark Sanchez, Darrelle Revis, Tim Tebow, Santonio Holmes, and 15 other Jets players to a “leadership training” seminar in Bedminster, N.J.
The players had the joy of being excused from...
There is never a dull moment with the New York Jets, right? I know, you are so over the Jets with all their coverage from ESPN. Probably tired of us bringing them up as well, right? Tough. The latest news about the team that has yet to score a touchdown in the preseason is that [...]
Tim Tebow's intangibles won't be found in the box score. Find out why New York's Wildcat quarterback isn't concerned about his low completion percentage, but intent on leading the Jets into the end zone.
The NFL Network has unveiled its schedule of subjects for the first two months of its A Football Life series. Jets back-up quarterback Tim Tebow will be the first subject when the new season debuts on September 12th at 8:00p.m. ET. Here is the list of subjects through the end of October: September 12 – Tim
NEW YORK (AP) The Jets and Rams swapped struggling right tackles Monday night as New York acquired Jason Smith from St. Louis for Wayne Hunter.
Both the Jets and Kenny Zuckerman, Hunter's agent, confirmed the deal, adding that it was pending physicals on Tuesday.
Smith was the No. 2 overall pick by the Rams (No. 28 in the AP Pro32) in the 2009 draft, but failed to live up to...
It has been a whirlwind week for New York Jets tackle Wayne Hunter. The veteran lineman went from New York's public enemy No. 1, to the St. Louis Rams newest right tackle.