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N.Y. Jets at Pittsburgh Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET, at Heinz Field, Pittsburgh - TV: CBS; DirecTV: 715 *TV announcers: Jim Nantz, Phil Simms *Keys to the game: How long Mark Sanchez put his critics to bed with an outstanding Week 1 performance depends on how he follows it up against a much more imposing Pittsburgh defense on the road. Among the encouraging signs was three combined touchdowns to young wide receivers Stephen Hill and Jeremy Kerley and no sacks allowed. Sanchez's time in the pocket and ability to find those receivers will be much more difficult against Pittsburgh if the ground game isn't able to manage more than the 3.3 yards per carry it did against Buffalo. Pittsburgh's offense under new coordinator Todd Haley asks Ben Roethlisberger to go through his progressions more, but he showed against Denver that one of his best attributes remains freelancing on the run. The Jets' run defense was gashed by the speedy C.J. Spiller last week, but Pittsburgh's...
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Quarterbacks (A) - If Mark Sanchez is completing 70% of his passes and throwing 3 touchdowns on a regular basis, the Jets are going to be one of the toughest teams to beat in the NFL. Sanchez showed accuracy, poise and a short memory after a first quarter interception. He pushed the football down the field and spread it around to seven different receivers, consistently finding...
Social media guru and New York Jets fan extraordinaire Erik Manassy explores why the world's most famous Jets fan is changing his jersey number to support quarterback Mark Sanchez this season.
Hold the press. Delay the papers. Week 1 of New York Jets' football is in the books and Tim Tebow isn't the starting quarterback yet.That title remains in Mark Sanchez's hands, and rightfully so. With three touchdowns, 266 yards, and one interception in the Jets' season opener against the Buffalo Bills, Sanchez can worry a little less about his job security this...
Even with his team's dominating win on opening Sunday in the NFL, Jets signal-caller Mark Sanchez is keeping things in perspective.
Mark Sanchez is flying high after Sunday's convincing win over the Buffalo Bills and won't let doubters or even cartoonists get him down. Last night the New York Jets quarterback and a couple of Flight Crew cheerleaders hit a promotional event in Manhattan and Sanchez even joked about being caricatured as a clown in a newspaper NFL guide.
Sanchez, Tim Tebow and Rex Ryan...
I like em young and old T...
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...
While we are happy to say we told you so about the Buffalo Bills being overhyped and the New York Jets remaining the second best team in the AFC East, we certainly can’t say we saw that coming. 48 points? Special teams touchdowns? The Jets looking like a high functioning NFL offense for an entire game? Today was a fun one at MetLife Stadium. Fun, because today demonstrated just...
Mark Sanchez threw three touchdown passes, including two to rookie Stephen Hill, and the New York Jets eased concerns about their offense with a 48-28 rout of the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.
The Jets sprinkled in their wildcat package with Tim Tebow, who was mostly quiet but recovered a late onside kick by Buffalo, and Jeremy Kerley had a touchdown catch and a punt return for a score...
By Jeffrey Beall
A couple of days ago, New York Jets wide receiver Santonio Holmes came out and stated that quarterback Mark Sanchez was rattled when Tim Tebow was acquired in the offseason.
Sanchez went on the radio and told Larry Hardesty of ESPN New York 98.7-FM that Holmes made everything seem more dramatic than it really was.
“I think (Holmes) made it a little more dramatic...
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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Now this is just plain hilarious. Every week, NFL.com releases it’s power rankings; a list of where their experts feel each team ranks compared to each other. After week one, NFL.com released their power rankings with one slight mishap; instead of the “Jets” the ranking has them listed simply as “TEBOW”: Even after Mark Sanchez [...]
With the first round of games completed in this 2012 NFL season, we’ve seen plenty of story lines pop up. Quarterbacks who had the weight of the world’s expectations on their shoulders stepped up and performed admirably. Some quarterbacks who were hyped up in the offseason by coaches, fans, and reporters didn’t show up prepared to play. And even one quarterback, a year removed...
Once everyone thought, the Jets couldn't score a touchdown in the preseason, well there is a reason why it is called preseason.
They scored 48 points yesterday proving their offense can be really good, even though it was against the Bills.
Mark Sanchez was on fire making great accurate passes to his receivers downfield as he threw 3 touchdown passes.
It's seems like a...
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...
The first week of the NFL always brings about surprises. The pre season is to find out who’s going to make your team and not necessarily how you use your playbook. That was apparent when the Jets demolished the Bills at Met Life Stadium yesterday. New York really didn’t surprise Buffalo with the “Tebown Offense” but did catch them off guard when Joe Namath showed up...