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The Jets are a waste of time. The fact that they are paid to be a team compiled of players who are supposed to provide entertainment and win games is a direct affront to capitalism, which in turn is a direct affront to America and Jesus. The Jets are attrocious. Horrific is too nice of a word to describe the level of malaise in which they play. There are teams with worse records in 2012 but I’m hard pressed to find a worse team. They’re a debacle. Their storyline isn’t even intriguing. Tim Tebow and his magical powers will win as many games as Mark Sanchez and his zero powers. Without Darrelle Revis, this defense is mediocre. Bart Scott is past his prime. Their draft picks have all fizzled out. Santonio Holmes (even when healthy) is far from a top flight receiver. Dustin Keller is a wanna-be Top 10 tight end. Shonn Greene is a second rate Michael Bush. Rex Ryan is still fat even after losing north of 200 pounds. It’s just an embarassment of a football team. I feel bad for all the Sandy victims who are hoping to spend time with their families on Thanksgiving hoping the Jets can deliver them some holiday cheer because the Patriots are going to make the Meadowlands look like Hotel Rwanda mixed with the Walking Dead. Just mayhem and domination for four quarters. The Jets have no chance and they know they have no chance. They can do all the talking they want. It’s really all they have. They just cannot back it up. Enjoy a top five pick next April, Jets fans. I can’t wait to see how Rex messes it up.
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LaDainian Tomlinson said Wednesday that he thinks he knows the identities of at least two of the Jets players who anonymously savaged Tim Tebow.
Add another Tim Tebow detractor to the list.
This time it's Steelers’ Hall of Famer and FOX analyst Terry Bradshaw.
The Hall of Famer Bradshaw gave his two-cents on Tebow.
“I don’t know him, but he just can’t play,” Bradshaw said.
Bradshaw then added that he doesn't understand the hype surrounding Tebow because his work in Denver was such a small sample size...
I GET SO EMOTIONAL
Known for his bluster and bravado, the Jets coach showed a different side of himself to his players following their loss to the Seahawks on Sunday.
After yet another putrid performance in Sunday’s 28-7 loss to the Seahawks at CenturyLink Field in Seattle, Washington, it is more evident than ever that Mark Sanchez is a quarterback incapable of making the New York Jets a winning organization. … Continue reading →
The horrid play of Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez along with the team's 3-6 record has some fans and pundits calling for the Jets to finally make the move and insert Tim Tebow as starting quarterback.
That might be a popular decision among the masses outside of Rex Ryan's tear-filled locker room, but inside, Tebow has anything but the support of his Gang Green teammates....
When you’re are the quarterback of a team and expected to be a leader, it’s a bad sign when your teammates have no confidence in you.According to the Daily News, New York Jets players believe Tebow shouldn’t be starting at quarterback, and going as far as saying, “he’s terrible.”There has been a lot of hoopla over the quarterback situation in New York since the offseason...
Per a report from CNN’s Sports Illustrated, New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan thinks the player(s) who called Tim Tebow “terrible” are “a cowardly thing.” Ryans comments are in response to an earlier report of over a dozen Jets players and members of the organization anonymously criticizing Tebow. Ryan is absolutely right; if you want to call Tebow terrible, be like the...
Hyperbolic headline aside, Matt Slauson isn’t actually a hero. In fact, after the dirty block that he put on Brian Cushing that ended the Texans linebacker’s season earlier this year, he might actually be an asshole. However, I nominate Matt Slauson for BESTEST JERKYFACE EVER for being the one teammate willing to go on the record bashing Tim Tebow to the New York Daily News....
In what some would consider a surprising move, the New York Jets released LB Aaron Maybin on Tuesday, November 13th. They also signed ex-Bears running back Kahlil Bell, adding depth to a depleted running back corps.
Aaron “Mayhem” Maybin led the Jets in sacks (6) in 2011 and was hoping to develop into more of an every-down linebacker for the Jets. However, after 8 games into...
After another loss to the hands of the Seattle Seahawks 28-7, The New York Jets fall to 3-6 and last place in the AFC East. Playoffs are slipping out of reach and when asked about the quarterback position Rex Ryan after the game say's he's sticking with Mark, who according to Rex gives the Jets the best chance to win. The Jets have scored 1 offensive Touchdown in 2 games...
The Jets signed former Bears RB Kahlil Bell, CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora first reported, to make room for Bell, the team released OLB Aaron Maybin, Newsday's Kimberley Martin reported.
Bell played in two games earlier this season for Chicago and had 12 carries for 32 yards and one catch for 11 yards. He had 79 carries for 337 yards and 19 catches for 133 yards last season...
The New York Jets' offense was listless in Seattle and that didn't sit well with head coach Rex Ryan.
There's a strong possibility many NFL teams will be starting backup quarterbacks in Week 11 for one reason or another, though the New York Jets won't be one of them.
That seems to be just fine with a few unidentified teammates of Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow.
Coach Rex Ryan's task of helping the slumping Jets remain positive is becoming increasingly difficult as they...
The Seattle Seahawks (6-4) beat the New York Jets (3-6) 28-7, this past Sunday at CentruyLink Field from Seattle, WA.
As soon as the Jets told media before this game saying they were going to make the playoffs, but that likely won't happen now as they got crushed by Seattle.
It's time for Rex Ryan to pull Mark Sanchez from the starting QB position, although it is unlikely...