Found March 21, 2013 on
Football Extra Points:
In sports, teams work to reach the point where a phrase like “The rich get richer” can be used in a way to describe their successes. It looks like the New York Jets are a bit confused and got the words “rich” and “poor” mixed up.
Mark Sanchez has been given chance after chance and has steadily gotten worse as the years have gone on. Whether it is a game-ending interception, a costly under throw or the infamous “Butt Fumble”, #6 has proven that he is not the answer. The sad part is, no one knows who is.
No, ESPN, it won’t be Tim Tebow. If last year was any indication, the Jets would literally need to have zero active quarterbacks for him to sniff the field with some consistency. Is the recent signing of David Garrard the answer? Probably not – he’s 35 years old, just came off of arthroscopic knee surgery and would have to learn an entirely new offense. Maybe the young buck Greg McElroy can surprise everyone and take over the starter spot? If the Jets played the 2
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Tim Tebow recently had a religious speaking engagement, and the rules for media attending the event were pretty darn strict.
Finally something Rex Ryan has some control over as he will be calling the defensive plays in 2013. It seems the Jets front office is making all the moves, but when the team actually takes the field, the defense will be called by Ryan.
He will be going back to his roots as the Ryan family (Brother Rob, Father Buddy) are known for being defensive minds. Ryan will have a defensive...
During the AFC coaches' breakfast Tuesday at the NFL owners' meetings in Phoenic, reporters had many questions for New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan. Of course, there were a lot of questions about the Darrelle Revis situation, but he also answered some about his own future with the team. 2013 will be the final year of his contract, and there's a new GM in town. It'...
Rex Ryan in the past has delegated a lot of the play calling and choices about defensive scheme to his assistant coaches. Ryan who is entering the final year of his deal, and basically coaching as a lame duck is going out his way.
Ryan told the New York Daily News that even though Dennis Thurman is the defensive coordinator, it will be Ryan himself, making all the calls.
The national media has weighed in on the Jets potential trade of Darrelle Revis to the Buccaneers. While reports have said anything from it happening this week to not happening until this summer, none have labeled their cornerback situation better than NFL Network’s Charles Davis.
Appearing on 98.7 The Fan Wednesday morning with Justin “The Commish” Pawlowski, Davis was asked...
It is time for another rebuttal to a story that was a rebuttal to previous stories which was a rebuttal for… Well you get the hint. To follow up yesterday’s story about the Bucs’ 2014 draft picks comes a story from the New York Post saying general manager John Idkzik isn’t even clear what he wants in return from the Bucs to trade Darrelle Revis.
According to league sources...
The New York Jets added Mike Goodson to complement new offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg's system while filling a depth chart void left by Shonn Greene.But that doesn't mean Goodson will have the No. 1 tailback spot handed to him. "... in my opinion it’s wide open,” Jets running backs coach Anthony Lynn recently told the team's website. “That is what...
As we reported earlier this week, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are growing tired of the games the New York Jets seem to be playing in regards to working out a deal for star cornerback Darrelle Revis.
The Buccaneers are still the only team we hear in regards to the Revis trade, and it appears they are not going away quietly. The Star Ledger via Peter King of Sports Illustrated is reporting...
Hot News for NT Antonio Garay
An offensive lineman who spent all 10 of his NFL seasons with the New York Jets could be joining a division rival.
A source told FOXSports.com that guard Brandon Moore is taking a free-agent visit with the Miami Dolphins and will meet Thursday with team officials upon their return from the NFL owners meetings.
Moore, 32, is considered the top guard remaining on the free-agent market...