Found October 31, 2011 on New York Times Sports:
TEAMS: New York Jets
The Jets face an unusually tough scheduling challenge in a few weeks, playing New England on a Sunday night and then at Denver four days later.

Bye Week Leaves New York Jets Primed For Second Half Run

After all of the hysterics and theatrics of the New York Jets three game losing streak, here is their current situation after 8 weeks of football. Buffalo: 5-2 New England: 5-2 Jets: 4-3 One game behind both the Patriots and Bills, with two games left against Buffalo and one left against New England, in complete control of their own destiny after an extra week to get healthy and...

Santonio Holmes and Jets not getting it done

7 games into the 2011 season, the New York Jets had to expect more from Santonio Holmes and Dustin Keller.With QB Mark Sanchez asked to air the ball out more, the Jets receivers expected to benefit nicely.That hasn’t happened.The Jets … [visit site to read more]Santonio Holmes and Jets not getting it done - The Jet Press - The Jet Press - A New York Jets Fan Site - News, Blogs...

Audio: 1050 ESPN – Rex Ryan 10/31

1050 ESPN – Rex Ryan 10/31 Rex Ryan talks to Michael Kay about his time off, the Jets season and even his decision to wear a Joe Namath jersey around the mall.

SportsNite (Rex / Mangold / Revis) – 11/1/11

SportsNite coverage from last night of sound from Rex Ryan, Nick Mangold, and Darrelle Revis.

Jets expected to sign tight end Nelson

The Daily News has learned that the Jets are expected to sign former Bills tight end Shawn Nelson to the 53-man roster on Monday. The 6-5, 273-pound Nelson worked out for Gang Green last Tuesday. The Bills fourth-round pick in the 2009 draft had 20 receptions for 181 yards and a touchdown in ...

Jets Announce Transactions

We had heard the rumors through the past week however today, the reported flurry of transactions the Jets made during the BYE are now official. To help get the Jets ready, there are five new/old players on their active and practice squad rosters, as we tweeted a short while ago. On the active roster is TE Shawn Nelson (6’5″, 240) who was Buffalo’s fourth-round pick in 2009...

Slauson: Hunter an upgrade over ex-mate Woody 

LEFT GUARD Matt Slauson took a subtle jab at former teammate Damien Woody Monday by calling his replacement, Wayne Hunter, “an upgrade” at right tackle. Told that he won’t be getting a Christmas card from Woody this year, Slauson cracked, “I never did, so itís okay.”

"People write you off after one week in this league,” linebacker Bart Scott said Monday. “Now, it’s..."

““People write you off after one week in this league,” linebacker Bart Scott said Monday....

Chargers loss is Chiefs and Jets win

The San Diego Chargers seem to always find a way to lose.One week removed from its loss to the New York Jets after leading 21-10, Philip Rivers and the Chargers found another way to get it done last night in Kansas City.With a first down at … [visit site to read more]Chargers loss is Chiefs and Jets win - The Jet Press - The Jet Press - A New York Jets Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

Rookie Quarterbacks on Opposite Ends of Puzzling NFL Attendance Figures

Statistics can sometimes be misleading. Attendance numbers are no exception. But that doesn’t mean they are not interesting to chew on. Here are some numbers to think about. As of week seven, the New York Jets are the only team to have totaled over 500,000 fans in attendance — both at home and on the [...]
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