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Anyone who has witnessed the Jets play over their first eleven games can attest to the fact that Mark Sanchez lacks a quality supporting cast and knows that Rex Ryan has tried in vain to talk up, and coach up an undermanned team. If the Jets tank at any point during the final stretch of five winnable games though, Ryan must acknowledge that part of the problem this season has been at quarterback by sitting Mark Sanchez. For an entire series. A game. a stretch of games. Otherwise the head coach will become tied to the season long failures of the signal caller, by not even admitting that the problem behind center needs fixing too.
GM Mike Tannebaum will have alot of answering to do in the weeks to come for leaving the Jets with a mediocre and unproven receiving corps aside from Santonio Holmes, and a feature back in Shonn Greene. A power plodder who lacks the attributes needed to break off big runs and accrue big time yardage on a weekly basis. Veteran back and receivers were availabl...
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There are plenty of negative things to say about Mark Sanchez as a quarterback, but you can't discount his optimism.
Just five days after getting shellacked by the New England Patriots, the New York Jets' quarterback is still confident about his team's playoff chances, despite a 4-7 record. Perhaps when things have hit rock bottom there's nowhere to go but up, but...
Gary Myers of the New York daily News believes that the Jets will maintain QB Mark Sanchez despite another disappointing season.
With Sanchez set to make $8.25 million next year, Myers writes that the solution to the Jets quarterback problem is to give Sanchez real competition for his job. It has become quite clear that the Jets do not view Tim Tebow as an adequate replacement...
Jets guard Brandon Moore said that he is bothered by being associated with the now notorious "butt fumble" play where Mark Sanchez fumbled after running into his backside.
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A cap tip to longtime Friend of the Facts William Berry for the video: N.Y. Jets lowlights, played to the tune of the old British slapstick comedy, the Benny Hill Show.
Fireman Ed Should Buy A Tri-Cornered Hat & Learn The Pats Chant.
The New York Jets went from a “THREAT” to the New England Patriots in the AFC East to an ABSOLUTE JOKE in just four seasons.
How have the MIGHTY have fallen.
Rex Ryan DOES NOT talk much anymore.
Mark Sanchez gets WORSE every season.
And “Fireman Ed” is hanging up his helmet for good….GANG GREEN has hit...
Each passing day brings more embarassment to the Jets organization. As if every radio show and newspaper belittling the team wasn’t enough, this video surfaced online today of the Jets players making their way to the locker room at halftime of the Thanksgiving game. Remember that game? The one where Mark Sanchez ran into his o-lineman’s ass and the Jets got stomped by the Patriots...
After hearing the news that Fireman Ed stepped down from his unofficial position of leading Jets’ fans the famous J-E-T-S Jets! Jets! Jets! chant at home games, head coach Rex Ryan said he was disappointed to hear the news.
Rex on end of Fireman Ed: “I was disappointed bc I love that guy’s passion…I like Fireman Ed & if he could play LB I’d play him” #jets
Without question … Funniest Moment of Week 11 courtesy of Mark Sanchez
We here at BallersSport hope that every one of our supporters had a great Thanksgiving holiday. Week 11 in the NFL is now in the books and its time for us to put out our top 11 story lines. These are things that we learned from the weekend.
1. Lions Coach Jim Schwartz should lost his red flag...
The Jets got dominated by the Patriots 49-19 on Thanksgiving night. And along with losing their seventh game in eleven tries, they also managed to lose their unofficial mascot, “Fireman Ed”.
For the second week in a row, Ed Anzalone left a Jets game a halftime because of confrontations with fellow fans. According to Anzalone, fellow Jets fans have been pretty hostile with him...
Rex Ryan is "disappointed" about the retirement of Fireman Ed.
Ed Anzalone, the New York Jets most famous fan, handed in his resignation Sunday night after announcing he would not be appearing at future games wearing his trademark white fireman's helmet — though he would remain a fan.
"I was disappointed because I love that guy's passion and energy...
Since 1975, Ed Anzalone has attended New York Jets games at the Meadowlands, leading chants and making countless appearances on Jumbotrons and television screens.
But, it looks like the world has seen the last of Fireman Ed on their television screens. Anzalone announced in his guest column for Metro New York that he will continue to attend Jets games, but not in his famous getup...
Rex Ryan is 'disappointed' about the end of Fireman Ed. Mike Vorkunov of the Newark Star-Ledger reports. The Jets' most famous fan tendered his resignation Sunday night, announcing that he was stepping away from his post -- though he would stay a fan.
"I was disappointed because I love that guys passion and energy that he would bring," Ryan said. "Hes...
If a Thanksgiving blowout loss at home and basically getting eliminated from the playoffs wasn't enough, this news is certainly absolute rock bottom for the New York Jets. Ed Anzalone, famously known as "Fireman Ed" has for years lead the famous "J-E-T-S JETS JETS JETS!" chants at all home games in the Meadowlands for the Jets. However, he has lead his last...
Regardless of what you may think of Rex Ryan as head coach of the New York Jets, the guy has a pretty impressive coaching resume. Ryan went from a graduate assistant at Eastern Kentucky in the late 1980s to one of the best defensive coaches in the game leading the mid-2000 Baltimore Ravens' defense. A few years later, he's the lead guy for New York's green team. But Ryan...