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BY NICK ST. DENISA lot of people think the New York Jets won't be worth a damn in 2013. The Jets aren't those people."I think half the NFL thinks we should just pack it up now," Jets guard Willie Colon said Thursday, via Kimberley A. Martin of Newsday. "That's all the motivation I need."Gang Green is coming off a 6-10 season that resulted in everyone in charge minus head coach Rex Ryan getting replaced. Much of the on-field personnel has been turned over, as well.Incumbent quarterback Mark Sanchez is dueling with rookie Geno Smith for the starting job, and Ryan is considered in some circles to be a lame duck this year. All that, coupled with the "circus" campaign the media has been pushing the last two years, and not many people are taking the Jets seriously.ESPN ranked the Jets dead least in their preseason power rankings -- behind some pretty awful teams."I'm pretty sure a lot of teams already have us checked off on their schedule...
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How will the New York Jets ever survive without Fireman Ed? Last season, Fireman Ed — aka Ed Anzalone — stepped down from his position as Jets superfan because of the losing culture and drama surrounding the team and its fans. The problem (if you want to call it that) is that Fireman Ed has [...]
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An unnamed New York Jets player anonymously said that rookie quarterback Geno Smith "can do more" than incumbent starter Mark Sanchez.
Mark Sanchez feels as though he's having a ''great camp'' as he tries to hold off rookie Geno Smith for the New York Jets' starting quarterback job.
Sanchez, entering his fifth season, is in a tightly contested competition with Smith at training camp, but says Friday that he feels ''strong, I feel accurate, I feel like I'm in command. So I'...
Sometimes being successful in the NFL is about schemes, matchups, and good fits.
Chris Ivory is hoping to become the shining example of a good fit, jump starting a career. After signing Ivory to a three-year $10 million deal, The Jets are hoping a guy who couldn’t get on the field in New Orleans, will emerge as the team’s every-down back.
“I have real high expectations,”...
The New York Jets opened up training camp earlier this week with a serious competition between Mark Sanchez and Geno Smith for the starting quarterback job.
After leading the Jets to the AFC Championship Game in his first two seasons in the NFL, Mark Sanchez has been far from spectacular since then, and played absolutely atrocious last season. In 2012, Sanchez threw for 13 touchdowns...
BY NICK ST. DENISMark Sanchez hasn't had to worry about a primary job the past three summers. Four, really.Sanchez won the New York Jets' starting quarterback gig his rookie season in 2009 basically by default, since his competition was Kellen Clemens. From 2010 to 2012, he was the clear-cut top option and leader at his position.But after a couple of sub-par seasons and the...
Despite recent reports that Geno Smith has been edging out Mark Sanchez in the New York Jets quarterback competition.
Questions have risen about Smith’s conditioning. Smith may have been out-passing his competitors, but when doing sprints at the end of practice one analyst reported Smith looked like he “had done no conditioning.
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The Turn On The Jets 12 Pack is back to preview the New York Jets Green/White Scrimmage. A key marking point in many of the positional battles, particularly quarterback, this scrimmage is now at the point of having a sideline reporter and having play by play called for it…so cancel those Saturday night plans! What should you be on the lookout for? Crack open the 12 pack and find...
In “New York Jets Therapy Session” Cole Patterson examines a particular issue that the New York Jets face in a metaphorical therapy scenario. Treatments are prescribed from the perspective of a position of control with the franchise or through actions that have already been taken. Today’s edition focuses on “Franchise Communication Disorder”
Diagnosis: You say the...
Welcome to August. Just EIGHT days until the Jets' first preseason game.
Mark Sanchez recovered decently from yesterday's bad practice, going 10 for 16 with 2 TDs, one sack, and one INT.
Tight End Kellen Winslow, Jr. began the day doing individual drills with pads on, but took them off and worked on the bicycle during team drills. Jets training staff will have a...
Jets Insider reporter Evan Slavit gives a brief update on Thursday's practice at SUNY Cortland.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yD43oWnUEdw
Looking to move past his unproductive 2012 campaign, Kellen Winslow expects himself to record 100 receptions this season and firmly establish himself as a mainstay on a thin New York Jets roster.
The New York Jets have been the punching bag for the media over the past couple of seasons, but find out where the line should be drawn at 2013 training camp.