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The Turn On The Jets writing staff breaks down what they are most looking forward to seeing in the New York Jets second pre-season game. Make sure to leave your comments below or on the Turn On The Jets Facebook Page
Joe Caporoso - I want to see the New York Jets offensive line find a way against this Giants pass rush. Give Mark Sanchez enough time to complete his drop back and get the football down the field. Beyond that, there is no reason this talked up “Ground and Pound” shouldn’t be able to grind out a productive night running the football. Shonn Green get the yards per carry over 4.0 and break a run over 5 yards for once in your life. Finally, let’s see Dustin Keller involved in the passing game. Tony Sparano needs to find a way to successfully keep him active every single week, no matter how vanilla the game plan is. And oh yeah…how about a touchdown?
Chris Gross - Is anyone going to step up and take the metaphorical bull that is the Jets Running Back job by the horns? I’d l...
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
The incumbent starting quarterback of the New York Jets took another step forward Thursday to assert his role as the de facto leader of the team.
If Mark Sanchez was hoping to hush the din of antsy New York Jets fans pining for Tim Tebow to supplant him as the team's starting quarterback, he did little to help his case in Saturday night's preseason home opener against the New York Giants.
Fortunately for Sanchez, Tebow was equally disappointing in relief during his home debut at MetLife Stadium, and the ineptitude...
Mark Sanchez, the starting back-up QB for the New York Jets, has been battling Tim Tebow all summer long in Cortland. But it seems that he is taking control under center and in the huddle. Last season, he had to deal with Santonio Holmes running his mouth, but he wants everyone to know that he [...]
ENOUGH IS ENOUGH
Even though he's a 49er now and not playing in New York, ex-Giants running back Brandon Jacobs is still unable to hide his disdain for the Jets, calling the team a "circus."
The most important part of any sport is obvious – winning. When the New York Jets traded for quarterback Tim Tebow, they weren’t only acquiring his talents, but they also got his fame and what I don’t understand is, his “problems.”
These “problems” are pointed out by the haters. Now, it’s no mystery that Tebow under-throws and over-throws his receivers. I understand...
MetLife Stadium: Think positive won't you?Forget Mark Sanchez interception returned for a touchdown. Make believe Wayne Hunter isn't the Jets right tackle. Stop talking about how Tim Tebow led the team to three points against the Giants second team defense.The usually radiant Rex Ryan was dreary at the podium tonight, saying, "You can say there were some positive...
The New York Jets' offense mustered just 148 net yards including 65 on the ground, five of which Tebow contributed to against the solid New York Giants' defense.
Perhaps if Sanchez and Tebow had a little better protection at the line, they'd have the time they needed to make plays happen.
Mark Sanchez went 9-of-11 for 59 yards and took three sacks. TimTebow completed...
The New York Jets coaching staff watched in horror as the New York Giants pounded both Time Tebow and Mark Sanchez into the ground last night. Tebow was sacked 4 times for 33 yards and Sanchez went down in a Giant way 3 times for 12 yards. The New York Jets were outplayed in the first quarter of their preseason game against the Giants who scored 26 points to the Jets 3. The Jets...
When the New York Jets traded for Tim Tebow, they were not trading for the “quarterback,” they were trading for the “athlete.” There is no question Tebow is a spectacular athlete and he is a tremendous physical specimen, but that is all that he is. Tebow is a glorified running back that only creates a controversy because of his last name. Sanchez is more experienced and an...
The New York Jets are going to have an extremely tough upcoming season. From a quarterback battle, no receivers you can count on, a poor defense, and a tough schedule The Jets are in store for a long rough season. Now I know they only played one pre-season game so far against the Cincinnati Bengals, but they didn’t really impress me at all in that game.
Let’s start off with the...
For yet another season, Razzball will be interviewing local NFL beat writers for some in-depth actual football knowledge to sway some insight in our fantasy football knowledge. Keep your eye out for an interview for every NFL team through the summer and check out each one on the “2012 Fantasy Football Team Previews” link. This installment comes courtesy of David Wyatt from...