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Jason WhitneyBreaking news! Skip Bayless has his first supporter! It comes in the form of a large, former football player, now comedic actor, Kevin James. Maybe James thought he was back in his old role of the often times dimwitted, average Joe, otherwise known as Doug Hefernan from the King of Queens. Whatever the case James agrees with Skip Bayless in that the Jets should either play Tim Tebow or get rid of him. Kevin James also had this combination words that I’ve never heard associated with Skip Bayless:
I like listening to Skip…he’s really smart, he’s spot on and he’s right.
I’ll let that resonate in everyone’s head while you check it out here:
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Lawrence Taylor made an appearance on Wednesday's Inside the NFL and he had some unique advice for Jets QB Tim Tebow on how to make it in The Big Apple.
Tim Tebow was limited in practice again with two broken ribs, leaving the New York Jets backup quarterback's status uncertain for the team's game Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals.
Coach Rex Ryan says Thursday that the Jets will continue to ''monitor his situation.'' Tebow was injured at Seattle on Nov. 11, played three offensive snaps the following week...
East Rutherford - Now that's how to ground-and-pound your way to a victory. The Jets were clicking on all levels in today's win and played a near perfect game, with the only exception being too many penalties, but the running game was easily the biggest reason why the Jets were able to coast to an easy 35-9 victory. All season long the Jets have struggled to stop the run...
When Colts quarterback Drew Stanton was signed by the Jets this past offseason, he says they told him he’d have a shot at playing this season if Mark Sanchez struggled.“Had Mark struggled, they said I’d have a chance to play,” Stanton said, via Newsday. “So there was no better opportunity than that, and I was excited about it.”The Jets ended up trading Stanton to Indy...
New York Jets wide receiver Jason Hill decided to celebrate his second quarter touchdown against the Indianapolis Colts by playing hopscotch in the back of the end zone during Sunday's NFL game at MetLife Stadium. It was Hill's only catch of the game during the Jets' 35-9 victory. Video via. Visit us at http://holdoutsports.com and Follow @HoldoutSports on Twitter.
Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez hit rookie Stephen Hill for a five yard touchdown today vs. the Colts. After the score, Hill had a pretty nifty little celebration dance, bringing back some old moves from his childhood.
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The Race for Steak continues. Note that last week’s record includes the most recent Thursday Night game -
1. Mike Donnelly (43-33-2)
2. Rob Celletti (36-38-4)
3. Chris Gross (35-40-3)
4. Chris Celletti (32-43-3)
5. Joe Caporoso (31-44-3)
Last Week (7-7)
Browns (+2) vs. Bengals
Jets (-3) vs. Colts
Vikings (PK) vs. Redskins
Chiefs (+4.5) vs. Bucs...
WWE star John Cena was asked to be the Jets honorary captain for their game against the Colts. Shhh, but Cena isn't even a Jets fan!
Preview And Prediction: Colts (2-2) @ Jets (2-3)
No matter how many outsiders call for Tim Tebow to take over as the New York Jets’ starting quarterback, coach Rex Ryan is standing behind Mark Sanchez. Andrew Luck showed last week why the Indianapolis Colts have plenty of confidence in him to guide the franchise’s rebuilding. Sanchez and the foundering Jets look to get on track...
Jets receiver Stephen Hill (hamstring) is active for the Week 6 game against the Colts. He hasn't played since Week 3.Fantasy Spin:Hill opened the season with a five-catch, 89-yard two-touchdown performance and his presence will certainly help the Jets offense and quarterback Mark Sanchez.
New York Jets tight end Dustin Keller and rookie wide receiver Stephen Hill are active for the team's game against Indianapolis after missing a few weeks with hamstring injuries.
Keller hasn't played since the season opener. Center Nick Mangold is also playing Sunday after he was questionable with a sprained ankle suffered Monday night against Houston.
Jets fullback John...
Shonn Greene ran for a career-high 161 yards and three touchdowns to power a rejuvenated ''Ground-and-Pound'' offense that rushed for more than 250 yards, Mark Sanchez was efficient and Tim Tebow made a few big plays in a 35-9 victory over the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday.
Even the Jets' maligned defense was able to shut down Andrew Luck and the Colts' offense...
1. Attack on the ground
- The Jets’ rushing attack has been nothing short of dismal this year, but if they’ve got one chance to get it going this year, it’ll be against the Colts. Indianapolis has the sixth-worst run defense in the league, and Shonn Greene, Bilal Powell and Tim Tebow should be able to find running room. If they can do that, it should take some of the pressure...
Santonio Holmes, Jets wide receiver, Cedric Benson, running back for Green Bay and Carolina center, Ryan Kalil all have something unfortunate in common; they recently suffered Lisfranc injuries. Mike Freeman wrote for the NFL Insider, that though some believe the prevalence of the injury may be increasing due to the ever-increasing speed of the game coupled with the size of the players...
Coming off of an emotional victory against the Packers on the back of Chuck Pagano, this could have the makings of a let down game. That is of course if the Jets had anything resembling an offensive attack and had the ability to put up points in any traditional manner.
Betting against the Jets can be tricky, because they will come along with a Joe McKnight return to the house...