Found October 09, 2011 on
The Jets' pass-happy offensive attack is reportedly unpopular with the players most likely to benefit from such a system: the wide receivers. Santonio Holmes, Plaxico Burress and Derrick Mason have gone individually to Jets head coach Rex Ryan to complain about offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer's system, reports Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News. "Wideouts don't typically want to change when they're part of a pass-friendly offense," Mehta writes. "However, all of them recognize the importance of re-establishing a ground attack that has lost its way." The Jets throw the ball 62 percent of the time, but the lack...
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New England will deny this. Publicly, the...
The New York Jets have denied that three wide receivers went to head coach Rex Ryan to question the job being done by their offensive coordinator.
Last season, Rex Ryan’s cutting of Danny Woodhead in favor of holding onto David Clowney and Joe McKnight seemed like a bonehead move. On the New England Patriots in 2010, Woodhead went on to rack up 926 yards and six touchdowns while Clowney received one catch in all of 2010 and McKnight only ran for 189 yards.
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1. Joe McKnight, RB, NYJ - Call it a hunch. Call it foresight. Call it whatever you want. I wouldn't be surprised if Rex Ryan's return to "ground & pound" included some lightning. McKnight is almost too explosive to keep off the field, as was evidenced by his 107-yard kickoff return last week. And Shonn Greene's shown nothing that should make his job secure...
Despite a published report that suggested otherwise, the New York Jets insist they are a team in complete harmony.
According to Sunday's report by the New York Daily News, receivers Derrick Mason, Santonio Holmes and Plaxico Burress all, at separate times in recent days, approached head coach Rex Ryan to complain about offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer and his system...
There was a lot to like about the way the Jets played on Sunday afternoon against the Patriots, and then came the final defensive stand of the game.
The Jets closed within 27-21 on a touchdown pass to Santonio Holmes and simply needed their defense to make enough plays to get off the field and give Mark Sanchez a chance to make another last second comeback. The Patriots were willing...
Nine months after the Jets befuddled Tom Brady and Bill Belichick in the playoffs, the pair of future Hall of Famers exacted revenge in the Patriots' 30-21 win over the Jets on Sunday in Foxborough. Rex Ryan's team came away empty from its three-game road trip to drop to third place (2-3) in the AFC East.