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FLORHAM PARK, NJ -- Kansas City Chiefs running back Thomas Jones loved playing in New York. He loved the atmosphere, the location, and the gripping buzz the city has to offer. For Jones, playing with the Jets was the perfect match."I'll always have love for New York City and the Jets. I miss being in Morristown and Florham Park, I loved that area. It was perfect for me. If my family wanted to come up to Virginia it wasn't too far off. If I wanted to go shopping I'd go to the Short Hills mall. It's a 30-40 minute...
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The talk of this week has been the decision of the New York Jets to keep offensive consultant Tom Moore with the team full time the rest of the season. Moore had originally been working part time, only occasionally showing up for practices and games, including an appearance in the booth last week versus Washington.
As you would expect, the coaching staff and players talk in reverential terms...
Less than 24 hours removed from a fourth-quarter strip sack of Rex Grossman that helped seal the Jets' 34-19 win, Aaron Maybin had a seat in Rex Ryan's office, chatting it up with the coach.
The Jets have not made it a secret that Tom Moore is part of the Jets staff this season as a consultant — but what’s the end game? Moore has made it abundantly clear that he is there to “strictly observe” and has denounced negativity in all forms. He doesn’t like being negative? Well … there goes any shot of him becoming an OC in New York …
But let’s not forget...
Former Jets RB Thomas Jones ‘didn’t want to leave’ New York [NJ]
Ryan: Jets will be dangerous if they make playoffs [NFP]
Tom Moore stays a spell [ESPN]
Jets DT Mike DeVito ‘very doubtful’ for Sunday [NJ]
Dolphins, Jets, and Bucs put waiver claims in on Taylor Price [ESPN]
Haley: Jets had eyes for Plax in 2000 [ESPN]
Answer: So precious that its value cannot be determined.
Question: What is Priceless?
This could have been a quote from Alex Trebek on Jeopardy or it could have easily been uttered from anyone who attended the Monday night event at the Jets Atlantic Health Training Facility thanks to The New York Jets and MasterCard.
Monday night I was fortunate enough to attend an event I will...
When Jets safety Jim Leonhard rejoined the team fully recovered from a fractured right leg in training camp, coach Rex Ryan promised the player’s wife, Katie, no undue risk would be taken regarding her husband’s role. Namely, he would no longer return punts.
I know some of you are fond of Football Outsiders, (as am I) so once the season gets underway and trends start developing, looking at an opponent’s rankings on Football Outsiders helps to give fans some perspective.
(As a heads up, negative percentages are good on defense, bad on offense & specials)
Pass Offense: -17.9% (30th)
Rush Offense: -8.6% (30th)
As it’s now Wednesday, it’s time to start looking ahead to the Jets next opponent, the Kansas City Chiefs. So far this year, the Chiefs have overcome a lot of injuries to star players and have had themselves quite the rollercoaster season. The Chiefs won last week against the Bears, ending a losing streak, and with Matt Cassel out, they did it with their defense.
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Sanchez has been through a lot in his three years with the Jets, no one will argue that. But what might be understated is just how battle-tested and ready the
Brian Costello spoke with Chad Pennington about Mark Sanchez, looking for his impressions of whether or not Mark is the genuine article.
For all of his stumbles on the field, Sanchez has shown remarkable maturity in the...
Here are the pertinent numbers and statistics from the Washington Redskins 34-19 loss to the New York Jets on Sunday:
304 - Total yards for the Redskins, to the Jets 266 yards. Washington led in many of the offensive statistics, but got clobbered on the one that counts - the score. The Redskins ran 71 offensive plays, and the Jets ran 62; they both averaged
221 - Yards passing...
It’s time to take a final look back at Sunday’s win over the Redskins in BGA Extra – now with limited access to coaches film! After the jump, I respond to your questions from the comments in the original BGA post, which you can access here if you missed it.
No way was Smith supposed to be covering Armstrong down the field. That was his blown assignment on the Fred...
With the news that Charlie Weis has returned to the Midwest to become the new head football coach at the University of Kansas, it’s time to revisit the Weis -Haley earthquake that shook the Kansas City Chiefs a year ago at this time.