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New York Jets
Week one means it is time for the first pick of the week. The season opener did not exactly go how many people planned, so lets hope that everyone out there with some action on the game will be able to make it back up on Sunday.
Full slate of games to start the day, but we will take a look at the Bills heading to face the Jets for an early season AFC East clash that could tell as much much about the team from upstate as the team that plays in Jersey.
The Bills got out to a surprisingly hot start to the season last year, but Fitz struggled through injuries in the second half of the season and after Fred Jackson went down, it was hard for them to rebound.
But they look like a new team, with a staunch defence that is salivating at the thought of Sanchez throwing up ducks into the secondary. Mario Williams is the big new name on the edge, but sophomore Marcell Dareus is only getting better and the other new face on the line, Mark Anderson, looks like he is ready to go after ...
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How did Mark Sanchez react to the news that the Jets had acquired Tim Tebow? Maybe not quite as well as we've been led to believe.
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Second year running back Bilal Powell is on punctually on the prowl. A year after suffering the residual effects of a rookie off-season amidst a lock-out, the Louisville alum has pulled up a third seat in the Jets backfield table for two.Flashing glimpses of a third-down back, who can not only run and catch the ball but excels in pass protection, Powell is...
In my pre-preseason predictions, I had the New York Jets making the playoffs with Tim Tebow taking over the starting job mid-season. After seeing the Jets in pre-season I can't stick with that prediction. Unless Tebow plays most of the snaps on offense, the Jets have no chance of making the playoffs.
New England (12-4) No doubt, steady every year.
It seems that while many fans are excited, none are more excited and ready to put their new-look team on the field than those of the Buffalo Bills. This could be the year the Bills finally become a contender again in not only their division, but in the playoffs as well.
Rex Ryan has a message for New York Jets fans who grow impatient with Mark Sanchez and start chanting, "Te-bow, Te-bow, Te-bow" at the first sign of trouble with Mark Sanchez: Save your breath, Sanchez is staying in the game.
Ryan is ready to unleash the Wildcat offense against the Bills in Sunday's season opener but won't cow tow to fans screaming for Tebow as...
Heading into training camp, many were quick to anoint Bilal Powell as another busted draft pick from Mike Tannenbaum and the New York Jets front office. Bilal Powell had a very limited role last season and with Terrance Ganaway being drafted, many assumed Powell was on his way out. Instead, Bilal Powell was one of the most impressive players throughout training camp and has secured...
New York Jets owner Woody Johnson disputes the ''circus'' label many fans and media have used to describe his team, instead saying ''we're deadly serious here.''
Johnson echoes comments Thursday by coach Rex Ryan, who says the ''circus thing is kind of a little old for me.'' The Jets have been in the headlines all summer - and...
Santonio is very pleased about his helping hand. Mark…yeah, not as much.
The New York Jets have been a media circus since Rex Ryan got hired as their head coach, but the spotlight has been intensified by a thousand since New York traded for Tim Tebow. How would Mark Sanchez, who has been called coddled by his teammates, react to having a super-popular miracle worker as his...
The Jets haven't even opened their regular season, the circus is already in full effect. The biggest storyline for this year's version of Gang Green centers around the men under center -- the quarterbacks. The Jets grabbed back page supremacy this offseason by trading for Tim Tebow. It was a move that garnered plenty of fanfare, while also putting some pressure on incumbent...
The New York Jets have decided to cut ties with P T.J. Conley who an awful preseason and was their starter last season.
They signed new punter Robert Malone who played for the Buccaneers and Lions for the past two season.
Over the two years he averaged 42 yards per punt on a total of 57 punts. This is probable the first great move for the Jets before opening day against the Bills.
While people in the media are attacking the young wide receiver from Georgia Tech, I still believe that it was a good pick. His own head coach Rex Ryan disagrees with me, and is not even sure if it was the best pick for the organization.
“Well, nothing told me he would (contribute),” Ryan told Don Banks of Sports Illustrated. “Nothing. When I saw the tape (of his collegiate...
By Marianne O’Leary
New York Jets owner Woody Johnson was asked if the jobs of head coach Rex Ryan and general manager Mike Tannbaum are on the line in any way.
“I’m very optimistic,” Johnson told The Newark Star-Ledger.”I’m confident in this organization and this group of young players and experienced players for getting the job done.”
Translation: Let’s see how...
The following are 10 things I expect to see throughout this year’s 2012 NFL season.
10. Tebow will steal Sanchez’s Thunder All Season Long
Tim Tebow may only make one pivotal play that converts a difficult redzone opportunity for a score, but it will be enough for many to call for a QB change all season. Mark Sanchez is about to become the unappreciated housewife of the New...
Rex Ryan believes this will be his best New York Jets team.
It's going to need some dramatic improvement now that everything counts.
Surrounded by a whirlwind of tumult, the Jets will try to jump start their seemingly anemic offense against the Buffalo Bills and their re-tooled defense Sunday in the Meadowlands.
Ryan is known for his bombastic, confident comments and has made...