Found January 25, 2012 on The Jets Blog:
Position: Nose Tackle Height / Weight: 6’3″ 325 lbs. Age: 32 / Experience: 7 College: Utah 2011 Contract Status: Unrestricted Free Agent 2011 Analysis: When the Jets drafted Sione Pouha all the way back in 2005, he seemed an afterthought.  Now, he’s the last man standing from the class.  In what amounts to his third year as a starter, he shone more finally released from the shadow of Kris Jenkins return.  While not a stellar interior pass rusher, Pouha was a central part of the Jets ability to stop the run up front.  While it gets little credit in Ryan’s more glamorous blitzing system, Pouha’s success basically sets up Ryan and Pettine to do what they like best … get opponents in long down and distance situations to force them to throw.  Pouha’s stat lines (58 tackles, 4 stuffs, 1 sack) are never impressive, but his ability to routinely take double teams allows for guys like Wilkerson and DeVito to make the tackles for loss. 2012 Outlook: I fully expect Pouha to sign a contract to


Nick Mangold hasn't been beseiged by a barrage of inquries from other players at the Pro Bowl, wondering exactly wenet down with the Jets' late-season flame out. 

Jets Name DeGuglielmo Offensive Line Coach

The Jets have announced the hiring of Dave DeGuglielmo, affectionately known as Googs, as the new offensive line coach. DeGuglielmo joins the Jets after spending the last three seasons as Miami’s offensive line coach (2009-11). Under DeGuglielmo this season, the Dolphins’ offensive line blocked for a running game that gained 1,987 yards and produced Reggie Bush’s first career...

Chris Rock on Plaxico Burress

#bbpBox_162224555937636352 a { text-decoration:none; color:#0084B4; }#bbpBox_162224555937636352 a:hover { text-decoration:underline; }The best thing that happened to the giants this year was plaxico picking the jetsJanuary 25, 2012 12:25 pm via WhoSayReplyRetweetFavorite@chrisrockChris Rock Cue to every New York Jets fan nodding.

Namath defends Sanchez, doesn't want Jets upset with him

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Daily Links: Way More

Jets fans react to the way the season collapsed. [Jet Nation] Steve Weatherford has no love for Westy … that’s good, because I had no love for his postseason performance (and terrible fake punt play) from last year. [NYDN] Googs is in the house. [ESPN NY] Belichick thinks fondly back to his time with the Giants (but not Jets). [NY Times] Grading the QB play. [ESPN NY]

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Daily Links: Getting Closer

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