Found October 04, 2012 on
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- Drees Brees on the brink of breaking Johnny Unitas’ record.
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It should come as no surprise to anyone that the budding relationship between New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez and Eva Longoria generated a lot of headlines since the rumors began floating some time ago up through Longoria’s admission that the two were involved. A high-profile quarterback playing in New York dating a high-profile actress [...]
Let the quarterback controversy winds start blowing. Jets' owner Woody Johnson may start pushing the team to play Tim Tebow over Mark Sanchez. This not-so stunning bit of news comes from Rich Cimini of ESPN New York, who reported that, "Two people who know Johnson, and know how he runs his football operation, believe he will push his football people to start Tebow."...
New York Jets Quarterback Mark Sanchez and Co. came out to support the ladies as they attended the unveiling of Marchesa’s limited edition Jets T-shirt,which adds a feminine spin to New York Jets apparel, now women can represent “Gang Green” in more of a elegant manner.I read today that 45% of football fans are females, so designing a fashionable tee especially for them...
With Drew Brees in position to break Hall of Fame quarterback Johnny Unitas' record for consecutive games with a touchdown pass, Unitas' son has sent words of encouragement to the Saints quarterback.
A letter from Joe Unitas, which the Saints posted on a team website, congratulates Brees for tying the record of 47 straight games last weekend in Green Bay.
Joe Unitas says...
There was at least one bright spot for the Saints in the loss to the Packers on Sunday. During the game, Drew Brees tied NFL great Johnny Unitas’ record of 47 consecutive games with at least one touchdown. Brees now has a chance to break the record that has stood for 52 years this Sunday when the Saints play the Chargers. And all he has to do is do what he does best, throw a touchdown...
Just when New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez received a vote of confidence from his head coach, the team's owner is reportedly pushing for a change, according to an ESPNNewYork.com report. Johnson could reportedly "push" Rex Ryan and Mike Tannenbaum to start backup quarterback Tim Tebow, who came off the bench to lead the Denver Broncos to the playoffs last season...
The suspended Saints coaches and GM have been cleared by the NFL to attend Sunday's game to watch Drew Brees go for a record.
After Mark Sanchez’s poor showing against the 49ers on Sunday, the Tebow Watch has officially started. Gary Myers would like to give Sanchez until Halloween to fix things, while Peter King thinks Sanchez will last a couple more weeks. Kevin Kernan wants to start Tebow now, as does Vinnie Iyer, and Michael Tomaso thinks that the Jets actually stuck with Sanchez in Sunday’s...
The Saints are 0-4 and the only thing we have to really root for at this point is Brees getting the consecutive games with a passing touchdown record. He's currently tied with Johnny Unitas and one touchdown pass in this game will give him what he needs to eclipse it. So who will be the man to catch that touchdown pass? I'm going with Jimmy Graham. Of course while the Saints...
Tweet On Sunday New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees has the chance to move past Johnny Unitas and establish a new NFL record for touchdown passes thrown in consecutive games. Unitas’ son Joe and his family will be watching and cheering on the Saints signal caller. Until recently it appeared currently suspended head coach [...]
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