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You probably didn’t hear all that much about the Jets the past two days from the national media. Well, at least not as much as you did the previous four weeks anyway. Funny how that works, huh? After weeks and weeks of the media portraying the Jets as an absolute joke and pundits everywhere seemingly taking great joy in taking shots at them, the Jets went out and absolutely slaughtered the Buffalo Bills in the first game of the season that actually counted. Yep, that’s right, believe it or not those 4 preseason games actually didn’t mean crap, and the Jets not scoring a touchdown meant even less than that. When the lights came on, the Jets dropped a 48-spot on everyone’s sleeper darling team, the Buffalo Bills. It felt good. It felt damn good. Let’s break down what we saw..
BUY: Mark Sanchez – I hate to say “I told ya so”, but… Ok, I’m not going to get too carried away just yet, but that was as good as we’ve ever seen the Sanchize look. He had time in the pocket, he looked poised a...
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On Tuesday the New York Jets made several roster moves that may impact this Sunday's game versus the Pittsburgh Steelers, including waiving wide receiver Patrick Turner. Last week they brought cornerback LeQuan Lewis back as part of the practice squad, but he was released to make room for linebacker Ricky Sapp, who was released when Lewis was added.
The waiving of Patrick...
Hot New York Jets Cheerleaders. Today's ladies are from the AFC East and represent the last team in the division, the New York Jets. Feels appropriate to drop them today since they had probably the best showing in the first weekend of the NFL. They didn't score any points in the pre-season and came out and dropped 48 to beat the Bills. Not a bad way to start. ...
New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis has been cleared to run and lift weights - but not for contact - after suffering a concussion in the team's season-opening victory over the Buffalo Bills.
Coach Rex Ryan says Revis won't practice Wednesday, but it's an encouraging sign that the All-Pro is resuming normal activities. Revis must be cleared by the team physician and...
New York Jets head coached Rex Ryan told the Pittsburgh media on Wednesday during his conference call that All-Pro cornerback Darrelle Revis will not practice today as he continues to recover from the mild concussion that suffered in the Jets week 1 win against the Buffalo Bills.
Revis, who was kicked in the head by linebacker...
Last week: 23 (+4)
The Jets didn’t score a touchdown with their 1st or 2nd team offense all preseason and then they score 48 against the Bills week 1? What the hell? Well, all of their offensive problems are not solved. They may have scored 48, but 14 of those were scored by the defense or special teams and several other scores were helped by great field position as...
New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis suffered a mild concussion in the Jets 48-28 win over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, but he is expected to suit up next week against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
When asked on Monday whether or not Revis would play Sunday, Jets head coach Rex Ryan said that he would "lean on the doctors and the trainers"
Adam Schefter of ESPN reported...
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Breitling president Thierry Prissert and New York Jets starting QB Mark Sanchez pose with New York Jets cheerleaders at Breitling And Mark Sanchez Host Monday Night Football Kick-Off Event last night in New York. Sanchez looks super relieved after the Jets blowout win on Sunday – He at least bought himself another six weeks as the starter. Check the...
Even with his team's dominating win on opening Sunday in the NFL, Jets signal-caller Mark Sanchez is keeping things in perspective.
HOF quarterback and current FOX Sports football analyst Terry Bradshaw talks with the Joe & Evan show on WFAN in NY every Tuesday at 11 am. Today he had some pointed advice for NY Jets QB Mark...
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Going into preseason, there were certain expectations for the New York Jets’ offense. The word “circus” was ever-present in the media. Were there circus-like elements? Sure, but a lot of it was media-hyped. Mostly, it was long stretches of boredom interrupted by brief moments of stupid mistakes. Infamously scoring just one touchdown throughout the entire [...]
In case you missed my Jets Week 1 Stock Watch, you can read that here. Today I’m taking a look around the NFL and in familiar fashion will be buying and selling the comings and goings of a chaotic week 1. But since this column and site in general have a distinct Jets flavor to them, let’s start with the St. Louis Rams and their new genius offensive coordinator…
IRVING, Texas (AP) -- The Dallas Cowboys have signed cornerback LeQuan Lewis.
Dallas announced the move Wednesday, a day after Lewis was released from the New York Jets practice squad. Lewis filled the roster spot created when the Cowboys released tight end Colin Cochart on Tuesday.
Undrafted out of Arizona State, Lewis signed with the Tennessee Titans in July 2011, but was released...
According to Brian Costello of the New York Post, the Jets announced that cornerback Darrelle Revis suffered a mild concussion during Sunday’s win over the Bills.
Revis has a mild concussion, Jets announce #nyj
— Brian Costello (@BrianCoz) September 10, 2012
Revis will be forced to pass a series of concussion tests before he’s able to get back on the field.