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New York Jets
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The Jets have already lost their best defensive player and
their best receiving option for the season. Their starting quarterback has been
unbelievably ineffective, and their backup option, while popular, might be even
They surprisingly have one of the worst run defenses in the
NFL, and their 2-3 record is actually better than they deserve. How much
worse can things realistically get?
Well, while the Jets were mired by yet another dismal
offensive performance against the Texans on Monday night -- even if the final score would
indicate otherwise -- Rex Ryan might have gained some
understanding of just how bad it could be.
So, while Ryan continues to reaffirm his belief in Mark
Sanchez as his starting quarterback, the conversation now turns to how he can
help his struggling signal caller. That answer might have come in a tweet
during that Jets' loss on Monday night.
The Jets once again showed off some persistent problems
in the passing game on Monday,...
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After Terrell Owens took to Twitter to plead with the Jets to take a flier on him, Jets head coach Rex Ryan didn't say the team would do so but didn't rule it out, either.
Jets Coach Rex Ryan Won’t Rule Out Signing Terrell Owens -Coach Rex Ryan didn’t completely rule out signing free agent WR Terrell Owens during a Tuesday press conference. Owens made an open plea to the Jets via Twitter during Monday night’s loss to the Texans. “Hey JETS!!! I’m available! I’m ready, willing & able! Call my agent [Jordan Woy] & let’s make it happen...
Free agent wide receiver Terrell Owens told the New York Jets on Twitter that he’s ready to come help them out.Hey JETS!!! I’m available! I’m ready, willing & able! Call my agent @jordanwoy & let’s make it happen.— Terrell Owens (@terrellowens) October 9, 2012It probably would have helped if he actually mentioned the Jets on Twitter so their account would get his...
According to Gary Myers of the New York Daily News, the Jets aren’t interested in bringing in free agent wide receiver Terrell Owens even though head coach Rex Ryan wouldn’t rule it out.Forget about T.O. to the Jets. Sources just told me they have no interest in Owens. No surprise. Better chance they bring back Don Maynard.— Gary Myers (@garymyersNYDN) October 9, 2012This is...
Terrell Owens on Monday night, while watching Monday Night Football, offered his services to the New York Jets via Twitter. The Jets lost 23-17 at home to the unbeaten Houston Texans. While TO may have 1.2 million followers on Twitter, I am not sure how many of his followers are general managers and/or head coaches in the NFL.His tweet read, “Hey JETS!!! I’m available! I’m...
I know it's not Patriots related, but most Patriots fans have enjoyed watching the Jets failures the past few weeks, and this tidbit about TO is sort of funny on top of it.During the Jets' Monday Night Football loss to the Houston Texans last night, Terrell Owens tweeted that he was available to play for New York. The Jets are a circus show right now between the quarterback...
If the New York Jets are still looking at options at wide receiver, Terrell Owens believes he'd be an upgrade. Owens, who spent part of training camp with the Seattle Seahawks, said via Twitter during Monday's loss to the Houston Texans that he's ready if the Jets call. "Hey JETS!!! I'm available! I'm ready, willing & able! Call my agent@JordanWoy...
JJ Watt was such a dominant force blocking passes during the Texans’ 23-17 win over the Jets on Monday night, Rex Ryan joked that he should be playing for the Knicks. “That JJ Watt’s the real deal,” Ryan said in his postgame press conference. “I think the Knicks should pick him up too with all the shot-blocking he did. It’s not like he doesn’t do it to everybody, but...
Rex Ryan used every gimmick in his arsenal to try to breathe some life into the his team's stagnant offense during the New York Jets' 23-17 loss to the undefeated Houston Texans on Monday night at MetLife Stadium.
Well, almost every gimmick.
Ryan went for two fourth downs in his own territory in the second quarter, including a fake punt. He called for a third-quarter onside...
Yes, I added this for Gay Porn Traffic10) Ryan is an agnostic who rejects ESPN and all of His works9) Once he plays this card and loses, the Jets will no longer be interesting to even the tabloids8) Wants to keep Designated Sidehow Tim Tebow fresh for those crucial fake punts7) Hasn't done quite enough to bury the man's chances at every having a career outside of New York...
People are going to read into the wording used by New York Jets coach Rex Ryan when he said on Wednesday that Mark Sanchez will remain the Jets starting quarterback "this week." The fact that Ryan did not commit beyond Sunday's game against Indianapolis may or may not mean anything, but it certainly will fuel speculation about whether Tim Tebow could become the starter...
Mark Sanchez is still the starting quarterback for the New York Jets, according to the head coach of the New York Jets.
Head coach Rex Ryan continues to stand behind his quarterback, despite continued aerial ineptitude, which was showcased for all of the nation to see on Monday during a Monday Night Football loss to the Houston Texans.
Terrell Owens and Plaxico Burress are veteran free agents that could serve as placeholders during Alshon Jeffery’s absence. Yet GM Phil Emery said he’s happy with the team’s current wideouts.
The New York Jets will be without defensive end Kenrick Ellis for 4-6 weeks with what coach Rex Ryan labeled a "significant" knee injury. The MCL injury suffered Monday against the Houston Texans is likely a small tear. Ellis isn't the only player on injury watch this week. All-Pro center Nick Mangold didn't practice Thursday and safety Eric Smith, who sprained...