Found December 16, 2011 on
The Jets Blog:
Kris Jenkins and Ray Lucas break down the Jets’ game plan for Michael Vick and the Philadelphia Eagles.
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It’s probably a good thing that Michael Vick had to stand on the side yesterday and watch practice rather than participate. Vick’s ribs were hurting from his previous injury and Sunday’s game against the Dolphins.
He needs to experience the pain his daring brand of football has had on this squad. This football team isn’t going [...]
PHILADELPHIA -- Michael Vick returned from practice Thursday, still wearing the quarterback's invincibility cloak: the red jersey that lets defenders know he can't be hit.
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the New York Jets and is expected to start.
This Sunday, when the New York Jets travel down to Philly to face Michael Vick and the Philadelphia Eagles, there are going to be a lot of very nervous fans—from both sides. This past weekend, the Jets’ position in the AFC did a complete switch flip. They went from a team kind of in the hunt for a spot in the post season, to a team that currently sits in the No. 6 playoff seed...
Michael Vick watched practice from the sideline Wednesday, still sore from taking a beating in his first game back after breaking his ribs last month.
Michael Vick watched practice from the sideline, still sore from taking a beating in his first game back after breaking his ribs last month.
Florham Park, N.J. - This week's mission for the Jets defense, should they choose to accept it, contain Michael Vick and LeSean McCoy. It's no secret that Vick is one of the most explosive and dangerous quarterbacks the league has ever seen and it's become less and less of a secret that McCoy is among the league's most complete running backs currently playing. While...
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. - The New York Jets know they're going to have their hands full with Michael Vick.
If not for seeing Vick's successful return to the league, Burress isn't sure he would have been able to do the same.
Controlling your own destiny never made much sense to me. Destiny in itself is predetermined by definition so controlling it (while understandable), is ambiguous. What a strange way to start off. Anyway, the Jets need to win and to do that they need to beat an extremely talented 5-8 Eagles team. Nothing is scarier than a team that has (almost) nothing to play for except playing...
Decisions, decisions, decisions … sticky sit/start dilemmas dominate the thoughts of every owner this time each year. One false move, and no amount of Sam Hurd's finest could numb the pain. One risky, yet profitable, play, and a championship berth is earned. In this season of single elimination, every player in a favorable situation, no matter the points projected, deserves...