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The Jets have no offense. They even managed to injure Tim Tebow in the limited time he's getting on the field. Which coaches survive this disastrous season?
After an average Thanksgiving week of picks I'm sitting at 114-63. I need to step my game up as we sprint to the postseason.
Jacksonville at Buffalo - Chad Henne is proving that he can play QB in the NFL. I liked him in Miami and thought they should have held onto him. The Jaguars are not a good team, but Henne's value increases every week.
The Bills are one of many teams in the NFL that will be looking at the QB position as soon as the season ends. They have a running game, some receivers and a solid TE on offense, they need a QB that won't turn it over. Their defense is a mess too but there's too much to get into here.
I'll go with Henne and the Jaguars here.
Seattle at Chicago - This is a match-up of two very good defenses. The Seahawks have an elite RB to go along with...
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Backup quarterback Tim Tebow was placed on the inactive list by the New York Jets for Sunday's game against Arizona. Tebow suffered a rib injury several weeks ago and did not play during the Jets' Thanksgiving night beatdown by New England. Coach Rex Ryan hadn't confirmed this week whether Tebow would be sidelined for Sunday's game. In Tebow's place, the Jets...
The New York Jets have officially listed Tim Tebow as a game time decision for their Week 13 game against the Arizona Cardinals. Recovering from two fractured ribs, it appears highly doubtful that Tebow will play this week. Considering the nature and extent of his injury, it is completely understandable.
What is far more difficult to understand is why this is even a story.
Rex Ryan says the New York Jets are ''looking into'' Tim Tebow's availability and he could be inactive for the team's game Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals because of two broken ribs that have limited the backup quarterback the last few weeks.
Ryan says Friday that the team has not made a final decision to not play him -- contrary to an ESPN report.
New York Jets backup quarterback Tim Tebow is not active for the team's game against the Arizona Cardinals because of a rib injury.
Tebow has two broken ribs, suffered at Seattle on Nov. 11, and was limited in practice all week. Third-stringer Greg McElroy is active for the first time in his NFL career and will back up starter Mark Sanchez. Tebow was active Thanksgiving night...
No one likes when the blusterous and headline-grabbing Jets publicly air their laundry.
Not even their lone superstar player.
Speaking at Saturday's release event for his new training shoe, cornerback Darrelle Revis urged Gang Green to keep their collective traps shut during the remaining five weeks.
"Guys just need to shut up," he said, via Newsday. "Quit...
The flash in the NFL pan that’s been the Rex Ryan-era New York Jets was finally doused Thanksgiving night thanks to the New England Patriots. Losing to the dominant division foe from up north is one thing, but losing like the way the J-E-T-S Jets-Jets-Jets did is flat-out embarrassing. The fallout has been spectacular. Fan number one Fireman Ed has resigned, the boos have been...
According to ESPN’s Ed Werder, New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow is expected to be inactive for Sunday’s game against the Cardinals. Head coach Rex Ryan wants to give Tebow another week to rest his injured ribs.
A source tells me that Jets coach Rex Ryan plans to make backup QB Tim Tebow inactive vs. Cardinals to allow fractured ribs to heal #jets
— Ed Werder (@Edwerderespn...
New York Jets quarterback coach Matt Cavanaugh believes Mark Sanchez is improving and thinks Sanchez's mistakes are only highlighted because of the Jets record.
Cavanaugh spoke to reporters for the first time since early in the season on Friday, saying:
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When it comes to the United State, New York tends to the center of attention. When it comes to the NFL, the Jets, infamously, have become the new center of attention of the league. One not close to football might wonder, “Why are the 4-7 New York Jets, who have lost four of their last five games the head team that the national media wants to talk about?”
On top of having the...
Well the Jets finally did it. They benched Mark Sanchez and put in Tim Teb……I mean Greg McElroy. The one day that the Jets put Tim Tebow on the injured list, they decide to bench Sanchez. There are a few factors why the Jets benched Sanchez today.
One reason is that the Jets have no faith in Tebow. The main reason the Jets signed the Tebow was to sell tickets and PSL’s. Tim...