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New York Jets
Last week: 19 (+0)
Yeah, how’s that Jets’ offense doing now? After scoring 48 in the opener in a heavily defense and special teams aided effort, the Jets scored just 10 points last week and Mark Sanchez, who was 19 of 27 for 266 yards, 3 touchdowns, and a pick in the opener, completed just 10 of 27 for 138 yards and a touchdown against a Steeler defense missing Troy Polamalu and James Harrison. In actuality, Sanchez is probably not as bad as he looked last week, but he’s not as good as he looked week 1 either. The Jets, meanwhile, rank 26th in the league in yards per play differential.
LG Matt Slauson: Did not allow a pressure on 29 pass block plays, run blocked for 37 yards on 3 attempts
LT D’Brickashaw Ferguson: Allowed 1 quarterback hurry on 35 pass block plays, run blocked for 4 yards on 1 carry
RE Muhammad Wilkerson: Allowed 3 quarterback pressures on 28 pass rush snaps, 2 solo tackles, 2 assists, 2 stops, 1 missed tackle
QB Mark Sanchez: 10 of 27 for 138...
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It is no secret the New York Jets haven’t done an adequate job of developing Mark Sanchez since spending a first round pick on him in the 2009 NFL Draft. They certainly did not make a strong effort to upgrade his supporting cast heading into a critical year for his development. A week 1 point explosion against a suspect Buffalo defense temporarily shelved the debate but a disappointing loss...
Eva Longoria, the main squeeze of New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez, dropped by for a chat with Chelsea Handler on the host’s show on E!, Chelsea Lately. Invariably, the topic of Longoria’s new beau came up. As she did during a recent appearance on Extra!, Longoria attempted to somewhat downplay discussion of the relationship and sidestep [...]
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...
The New York Jets are set to visit the Miami Dolphins at Sun Life Stadium for the rivalry’s 93rd meeting. Both teams find themselves 1-1 and at a gridlock in the AFC East. Many are wondering if Mark Sanchez can rebound from a dismal loss where he threw for just 138 yards. As for Tim Tebow, he’s been absent from the field nearly all season. Joe Philbin earned his first win as...
Turn On The Jets broke down the offensive game film from the New York Jets week two loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. A big thank you to everybody who sent in their questions on Twitter on what they specifically wanted to see broken down from the film. Make sure to check back tomorrow when Chris Gross will go through the defensive game tape -
Let’s start with something positive...
With week two of the 2012 NFL season in the books, the New York Jets are tied with the rest of the AFC East at 1-1.Overall, this isn't a terrible start to the season as the Jets did show some positives in the first half of the their week two loss.Mark Sanchez connected with Santonio Holmes on their first drive for a 14 yard touchdown pass giving the Jets an early lead.On their...
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...
The second the Jets pulled the trigger on trading for Tim Tebow, it was only a matter of time before these articles started being written – and based on Sanchez’s performance on Sunday, he only managed to make it till the end of Week 2. Mark Sanchez was able to keep the Tebow conversation quiet after a stellar Week 1 performance, but Week 2 may serve as a wake-up call for all...
The TOJ Staff discusses what match-up they are most looking forward to in the Jets/Dolphins game. Make sure to give everybody a follow on Twitter to check back later in the day for this week’s Fact or False -
Joe Caporoso - The Jets wide receivers/passing game against Miami’s secondary. The Dolphins have a stout front seven, which is going to make it difficult for the Jets to...
PITTSBURGH (27) d NEW YORK JETS (10)
The Headline: Wakeup call for the Jets as Big Ben leads a dominating win
One team came into this game 1-0 on the back of a resounding week 1 victory while the other was facing serious questions about its future after a disappointing opening day loss where they were made to look relatively amateurish. In the NFL one week is a very long...