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New York Jets
We’re two weeks into the NFL regular season and every team in the AFC East has one win, and one loss. The New York Jets have only scored three more points than they’ve given up this season, and the offense is still a question mark. With teams like San Francisco and Houston looming on the upcoming schedule, a win in Miami seems like a must for Gang Green. Darrelle Revis being cleared for full-contact practice increases the team’s chances of a victory, but you can’t win if you can’t move the ball.
QBs: Though I’ve been critical of Mark Sanchez and his ability to put the football where receivers can catch and run, it hasn’t all been his fault. Drops from Santonio Holmes and Jeremy Kerley stalled the last meaningful drive the Jets had against the Steelers. Having a player like Dustin Keller working the middle of the field should make it easier for Sanchez to convert third and short. Keller’s currently listed as questionable, but he should make the trip to Miami with the team. I’m still surprised we haven’t seen as much Tim Tebow as I would like. I envisioned a true blend of run and pass with Tebow being more than a decoy. I’m unimpressed with the imagination of the coaching staff, and Rex Ryan’s explanations as to why he hasn’t been used are falling on death ears when it comes to me. Three and out is three and out, but at least the ball moves forward with a QB that can run rather than three incompletions with a couple drops sprinkled in. Ryan Tannehill picked up his first NFL win on an incredible day by Reggie Bush. He’s the first QB picked in round one by the Dolphins since Dan Marino, so the fan base is expecting many, many more!
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MIAMI, FL -- Kermit the Frog said it best; it ain't easy being green. Struggling on offense for the majority of the afternoon, the Jets and Mark Sanchez certainly didn't ease their way to a victory over the AFC East rival Miami Dolphins, on Sunday, but they'll take it.Santonio Holmes, who anticipated a big day for the Jets receivers against a young Dolphins' secondary...
Hats off to Busted Coverage and their awesome find of this Mark Sanchez card from his rookie season with the New York Jets. I can see those long hours inside the USC classrooms paid off. Now let’s test the homeschooler! Oh, he’s busy doing another bare chested photoshoot.
This weekend, the New York Jets are on the road against the Miami Dolphins. Last week, Mark Sanchez and the Jets' offense were completely inept with the exception of an early touchdown drive.
To put it simply, this is a make or break game for the Jets, and more specifically, Mark Sanchez. I'll be very frank here; I don't think Tim Tebow can succeed in the...
DAVIE, Fla. Theres a guy wearing green who Wednesday actually put the Dolphins and playoffs in the same sentence.
No, not the Dolphins shade of green, the Jets one. The surprising declaration came from New York quarterback Mark Sanchez.
If he plays well, that team can make it to the playoffs, Sanchez said about Miami rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill.
So now we have yet another...
Staring a potential 1-2 start in the eyes, Mark Sanchez and the Jets found a way to pull out a victory from the jaws of defeat on Sunday.
Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Lawrence Timmons has been fined $21,000 for his first half hit this past Sunday on New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez, according to Joe Starkey of 93.7 The Fan.
The play in question happened on 3rd down with 13:51 left in the first half. Sanchez rolled out to the right side and appeared at first as if he was going to try to run with the ball...
Yesterday, we featured of clip of New York Jets back-up quarterback Tim Tebow running a fake punt against the Miami Dolphins.
Tebow later in the game had a chance to make a reception but comedy ensued when he got hit in the helmet with a pass from Mark Sanchez:
(Courtesy of Bleacher Report)
Thanks to our friends from Black Sports Online for posting this funny video from yesterday’s Dolphins-Jets game, in which Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez threw a pass towards Tim Tebow and hit him in the head.
How about this weather in New York City? There is nothing like the autumn. It reminds me of getting ready for another breakout 3 catch, 26 yard performance at Muhlenberg as we got ready to whoop up on Union College (sorry Chris Gross). Anyway, The New York Daily News or as we call them around here, TMZ has had a fun week of stirring the quarterback controversy pot and talking...
After an abysmal start to the game against the Phins, Jets platoon snap-caller Mark Sanchez took his frustration out on the stickers on his face. Did he not learn anything when Jim Leonhard was his teammate?
The New York Jets escaped an ugly game at Sun Life Stadium against the Miami Dolphins with a 23-20 win in overtime. The win was already a watered-down one based on the team's performance, but add to that the Darrelle Revis injury and a damper is really put on the victory. In the end, the Jets are 2-1 overall and 2-0 in the AFC East.
It was an ugly, ugly win for the New York...
New York Jets quarterbacks coach Matt Cavanaugh says having Tim Tebow as the backup has been ''a learning experience'' and predicts a ''successful'' year for starter Mark Sanchez.
Cavanaugh, addressing the media Thursday for the first time this season, had no concerns about how Sanchez would handle the arrival of Tebow when the Jets traded for the...