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The Turn On The Jets offensive film breakdown this week is going to focus on a handful of questions I received on Twitter - All the questions generally broke out into the following four categories, which I will review section by section. Make sure to check back later today for Chris Gross‘ defensive film breakdown.
1 – Wide Receiver Separation
Many people were curious if the Jets wide receivers were getting any type of separation against a below average Jacksonville secondary. There was only 19 attempted passes by Mark Sanchez, in what was a highly conservative game plan. To put it bluntly, the Jets basically ran a high-school passing attack this past Sunday. Extremely simplistic and meant to give Sanchez easy, quick reads that would equate to a high completion percentage. Yet, how did the receivers fare with their limited routes?
Overall, they were relatively average. Yes, there were situations where they struggled to create separation as seen below when Mardy Gilyard runs a comeba...
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Mark Sanchez and comedian Richard Belzer walk the red carpet for the premiere of ‘Django Unchained‘ at the Ziegfeld Theatre in New York City — Sanchez’ must be feeling good again if he’s showing up to an elective social function. As bad as he’s been, somehow the Jets are still in the playoff hunt.-TO
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The New York Jets will try anything to close out the 2012 season with a measure of dignity.
Their latest move was the signing of wide receiver Braylon Edwards on Tuesday.
Edwards was recently cut by the Seattle Seahawks after an unproductive run that showed promise in the preseason.
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SECOND-YEAR BACK BILAL POWELL SUFFERED A FRACTURED TOE IN SUNDAY'S VICTORY. FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Bilal Powell will be held out of practice Thursday after suffering a fractured toe in Sundays 17-10 victory against the Jacksonville Jaguars."I think he'll be okay. I'm no trainer or doctor, but I feel like he'll have a chance to go," Rex Ryan said.Coming off...
Braylon Edwards was pretty good in 2010, and so was Mark Sanchez. The two have pretty much stunk since. Edwards and Sanchez, who connected on 62 passes, eight touchdowns and more than 40 first downs in the New York Jets' 2010 campaign, were reunited this week after an odd sequence of events."We have a good chemistry together," Sanchez said Tuesday, via the Star-Ledger...
Our guest this time for our regular weekly question and answer exchange will be Buddy Crutchfield from Bloguin's New York Jets blog, Rex Sanchez. If you have any questions about the Jets, Rex Ryan, Mark Sanchez, Tim Tebow, Mike Tannebaum, or anything else Jets-related, please post them in comments and I'll send them along.
The New York Jets (6-7) beat the Jacksonville Jaguars (2-11) 17-10, yesterday afternoon at EverBank Field from Jacksonville, FL.
The Running game wins for the Jets as they kept rushing the football downfield and let Mark Sanchez play as a manageable QB.
It was obvious Rex Ryan and Tony Sparano had no faith in Mark Sanchez so they just kept running the football for most of the game...
Funny man Adam Sandler made a guest appearance at the 12/12/12 Sandy Relief Concert at Madison Square Garden. He showed off his vocals with his own rendition of the great Leonard Cohen song “Hallelujah” and called it “Sandy, screw ya!” Although Sandler wore a New York Jets shirt, he decided to poke fun at QB Mark Sanchez.
“Cause we believe this too shall pass, like...
Adam Sandler showed up last night at the 12/12/12 Sandy Relief Concert at Madison Square Garden and went HAM. He did his own rendition of the great Leonard Cohen song "Hallelujah" and called it "Sandy, screw ya!" Loved it. Huge fan of Sandler doing stand up comedy and a huge fan of his old school comedy movies. Not so much the more recent movies though. ...
For those of you who didn't tune into the "12-12-12" Hurricane Sandy relief concert, you might have this musical gem from comedian Adam Sandler.
The song is called "Sandy, Screw Ya" and pays tribute to the New York and New Jersey area that hit hard by the superstorm.
In the song, Sandler pokes fun at Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez's butt fumble and...
The semifinals are here. The question is are you still here or did your team get eliminated this final week of the regular season? Whether you’re going for a title or just playing consolation rounds, let’s scrape the last bits of meat off of the waiver wire’s bones.
Availability is based on ESPN leagues and FAAB off the $100 budget you’ve been nursing since September.
Tim Tebow hasn't been healthy enough to see the field for a month, yet New York Jets coach Rex Ryan insists Tebow remains the No. 2 quarterback. Meanwhile, Greg McElroy, Gang Green's third-stringer, is the only quarterback not named Mark Sanchez to run New York's offense in a regular season game this year. The healthy and capable McElroy replaced Sanchez in the second...
RB Bilal Powell (New York Jets) – 19 carries for 78 yards and 1 TD
WR Harry Douglas (Atlanta Falcons) – 2 catches for 29 yards
S Kerry Rhodes (Arizona Cardinals) – 4 tackles (1 solo)
CB William Gay (Arizona Cardinals) – 1 solo tackle
K David Akers (San Francisco 49ers) – 2/2; long 37
RB Michael Bush (Chicago Bears) – 1 carry for 6 yards. Michael Bush was injured after...
As Braylon Edwards rejoices a reunion with quarterback Mark Sanchez, the wideout's balky hamstring might be a cause for concern leading up to the Jets' Monday Night Showdown against the Tennessee Titans.