Found September 24, 2012 on Football Nation:
The New York Jets and the Miami Dolphins entered their week three contest tied atop the AFC East at 1-1.The Jets needed overtime (and some help from Dan Carpenter) to beat the Dolphins, who looked like the better team most of the day.Dolphins' kicker Dan Carpenter, who missed two field goal attempts including the potential game-winning try from 48 yards, earned the "zero" award. Jets' wide receiver Santonio Holmes wins the "hero" award after his strong nine catch performance.Zero Of The GameDan Carpenter, K, MIAAfter missing a 47-yard field goal attempt in the 4th quarter, Carpenter went over to the sideline and was visibly frustrated. Carpenter would get a chance to redeem himself. Just like that, with 16 seconds remaining in the game, Carpenter would hit a 41 yard field goal to send the contest into overtime.The Dolphins sent Carpenter out for a 48-yard field goal attempt and a chance to win the game. However, he would miss almost identically to his 4th...

New York Jets Week 3 Report Card – A Lost Island

Quarterbacks (D) - Mark Sanchez picked up his play in the 4th quarter and overtime, leading two key drives that helped get the Jets a victory. Throughout those drives he repeatedly made big time throws, which is the only reason this grade is not a F. Sanchez must improve his accuracy and decision making. Sub 50% passing days are unacceptable at this stage of his career, regardless...

Jets and their Fans praying Revis injury isn't season ending

MIAMI FL - After the Jets ugly win against the Dolphins Sunday, the biggest thing on everyone's mind involved with the organization... staff, media and fans isn't the team's  unimpressive performance on both sides of the ball, it's the status of their franchise player, All-Pro CB Darrelle Revis who injured his knee during the game.Revis left the game in the second...

Initial prognosis: Revis has torn ACL

Initial reports indicate that Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis may have a torn ACL, but the team is hoping an MRI reveals that the injury is not season-ending.

UPDATE: Jets have confirmed it is a torn ACL and Revis is lost for the season.

Jets cut LB Thomas day before game

The New York Jets have released linebacker Bryan Thomas, their longest-tenured player, to make room on their roster for cornerback Donnie Fletcher, who was signed off the practice squad. Thomas was the team's first-round draft pick in 2002 and has been a key part of the Jets' defense. He missed most of last season with a torn left Achilles tendon, but was re-signed to a...

Bush gets 'great news' after knee issue

DAVIE, Fla. (AP) -- Reggie Bush's knee problem may not be a major issue for the Miami Dolphins. Bush tweeted on Monday that he "received some great news," one day after leaving the Dolphins' game against the New York Jets late in the first half with a left knee injury. The Dolphins have not issued any official updates on Bush's status. They said he was "...

Jets problems mounting, Revis may be lost for the season

It was only a concussion that kept Darelle Revis out of action last week, but going forward the New York Jets fear it might be much more serious. Revis left early against the Dolphins with an apparent knee injury. Rex Ryan said during the postgame press conference the Jets will be sending him for an MRI on Monday when they are back in New York. Revis was injured when he was planting...

Week 3 NFL Preview: New York Jets at Miami Dolphins

The Jets are about as unstable as unstable comes. The Dolphins are slightly more stable with worse players. Currently, the AFC East is a four way tie with all four teams currently 1-1. The Bills, however, can take a seat in last place after they were stomped out in Week 1 by these New York Jets. This is a tough game to call. It’s supposed to be raining which you think would be...

Jets have bigger issues than Mark Sanchez

For once, I'm going to defend Mark Sanchez. Even though he may be accurate only about 51% of the time, it's time we started focusing on the Jets problems with a larger microscope. He is not the problem.For once, let's talk about the Jets running game. It's among the worst in the NFL. Shonn Greene, their starting running back for the last few seasons, wouldn't...

Jets DB Darrelle Revis out for season with torn ACL

New York Jets star cornerback Darrelle Revis will be missing the rest of the 2012 season with a torn ACL, which was confirmed by the Jets Monday morning: Darrelle Revis: torn ACL. Done for year. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 24, 2012 Revis went down in the first quarter of the Jets 23-20 overtime victory [...]

Jets rule out Dustin Keller

According to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News, the Jets have ruled out tight end Dustin Keller for tomorrow’s game against the Dolphins. Fullback John Connor has also been ruled out.

Jets LB Pace suggests team tried to injure Bush

ESPN reported Monday that New York Jets linebacker Calvin Pace is not expected to be disciplined by the NFL for comments he made suggesting that the team intentionally tried to injure Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush. Bush injured his left knee when it struck a helmet while being tackled by a group of Jets with 23 seconds left in the second quarter of the Dolphins' 23...

Week Three Report Card

The New York Jets pulled off a miraculous victory on Sunday in South Beach. While Rex Ryan and company are pleased to earn the win, New York's Week Three performance was far from an A in Green and White Report's grade book.

Reggie Bush and C.J. Spiller Get Good News

The NFL's two leading rushers going into week 3 went down with first half injuries on Sunday. Miami Dolphins' Reggie Bush and Buffalo Bills' C.J. Spiller both were sidelined and didn't not return to their games. Both received encouraging news after test were done. Bush did not suffer any structural damage to his left knee against the New York Jets, according...
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