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One Jet At A Time:
Thursday Night Football notes from Chansi Stuckey. Image: NYDN
Chris ivory came to play— he ran hard and brought a much needed physical element to the running game Thursday night. (53 yards on 12 carries)
Geno Smith had two very impressive throws in first quarter— one to Holmes on a corner route that usually requires a lot of rapport in the QB/WR relationship. Geno threw the ball before Holmes was out of his break. Impressive. The next throw, to Clyde Gates, was in the endzone that only he could and should have caught. The ball was low and away from the defender.
Good job finding his check down receivers. He made some key mistakes at the end of the game with the interceptions, but ultimately was pretty good managing the game going against a Bill Belichick coached defense. Jets fans should be encouraged.
Receivers have to help him out by catching the ball Holmes is not yet where he needs to be. He lacks the suddenness and explosives thats an intricate part of his game...
BEST OF MAXIM
In a rainy, sloppy Thursday night game, the New England Patriots defeated the New York Jets 13-10 in a defensive juggernaut.
Stephen Hill’s fumble was one of four turnovers for the New York Jets
Geno Smith and the Jets had the ball twice late in the fourth quarter with a chance to go tie the Patriots with a field goal, or score a touchdown and snap the Patriots five game winning...
Arizona Cardinals CB Patrick Peterson is aiming to be the best cornerback in the NFL, and this week he will get the chance to cover the best receiver in Detroit Lions WR Calvin Johnson.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and his receivers had a frustrating night on Thursday. Dropped balls, slight overthrows, sloppy conditions, you name it, marred the productivity of a usually remarkably efficient offense. Brady ended up having an extremely sub-par night, especially statistically. For the first time in four years, Brady completed less than fifty […]The...
The New York Jets lost a touchdown on Thursday night after referees reviewed a play in the end zone and determined receiver Clyde Gates did not have possession of the ball long enough for a catch. The Jets were down 10-0 and drove into the red zone against the New England Patriots on their third […]
Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez will miss more than half of the regular season with the shoulder injury he suffered in the preseason.
The Jets have announced that Sanchez has been placed on injured reserve designated for return.
That means Sanchez can return to practice in six weeks and can return to the active roster in eight weeks. The Jets’ bye is Week 10 so the earliest Sanchez...
TAMPA, Fla. -- Dashon Goldson's hit on New York Jets tight end Jeff Cumberland proved costly.
Goldson, a Tampa Bay Buccaneers safety, was fined 30,000 for hitting a defenseless receiver last Sunday in the second quarter of the Jets' 18-17 victory at MetLife Stadium, the league announced Friday.
The league ruled that Goldson unnecessarily struck Cumberland in the head and...
We all remember the New York Jets' infamous "Butt Fumble" that occured last season when Mark Sanchez was knocked down as one of his own lineman was pushed into him, thus, causing for the pigskin to be fumbled. We also remember the vicious hit that took place throughout last season that caused players more than just the money in their wallet, but even playoff bids...
1) Going to be part of the next Twilight Movie?
2) Using Peyton Manning’s new Sativa?
3) Has some Serpent and the Rainbow type sh*t going on?
Peyton Manning Has His Own Type of Weed
The Many Faces of Eli Manning
It only took a few minutes before the New York Jets started pulling butt fumble-esque and Rex Ryan started giving America this face.
Arizona wideout Larry Fitzgerald is likely to be a game-time decison Sunday against the Lions. SOURCE: Darren Urban, azcardinals.comFantasy Spin:He's battling a hamstring injury. Fitz hasn't missed a game since 2007 and has only missed four games in his entire career. The Pittsburgh alum is fourth among active players in career receiving yards (10,493 in 141 games).
QB Mark Sanchez, QB Brady Quinn, WR Jeremy Kerley, G Will Campbell, T Ben Ijalana, T Oday Aboushi and LB Quinton Coples.
WR Danny Amendola, TE Rob Gronkowski, TE Zach Sudfeld, OL Will Svitek, RB Brandon Bolden, DL Chandler Jones and LB Steve Beauharnais
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