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New York Jets: What to Watch for Week 3 vs. Chicago Bears

The Jets blew a clear-cut opportunity to make a statement on the road against the Packers in Week 2, struggling to effectively run the ball in the second half, which ultimately proved costly to the offense’s ability to score points. The Jets should have more success on the ground at home against the Bears, who rank 27th in run defense through the first two weeks of the season.New...
Via Pro Football Spot
10 hours ago  |  Discuss

Geno 'pissed off' for two days but ready to move on

BY NICK ST. DENISNew York Jets quarterback Geno Smith saw some good and bad Sunday in a 31-24 loss to the Green Bay Packers.Up until Wednesday, he was pretty much only focused on the bad. The worst? The whole "loss" part, especially considering Gang Green had the game well in hand in the first half.“It took me [until] today’s practice," Smith said Wednesday, via...
Via AFC East Daily
1 day ago  |  Discuss

New York Jets Passing Game Breakdown – Week 2

Welcome back to our weekly New York Jets passing game breakdown, primarily focusing on the quarterback and receivers. Let us know any plays you want to see going forward down in the comment section or on Twitter! Today we’ll look at what went right and then very wrong against the Green Bay Packers, along with preview what to expect against the Chicago Bears on Monday Night Football...
Via Turn On The Jets
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Jets QB Smith shows poise when facing adversity

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) The New York Jets had just seen a tying touchdown erased from the scoreboard by an ill-timed timeout call when Geno Smith and the offense huddled up again. There was no whining about what could have been. No frustration from the quarterback, either. The Jets still needed to convert a fourth-down play to give themselves a chance against the Green Bay Packers...
Via AP on Fox
1 day ago  |  Discuss

If Decker can't go, Jets have other options

Florham Park, N.J. – As if blowing an 18 point lead to the Packers wasn't disheartening enough, the Jets may be without one of their most important offensive weapons for their Monday night showdown against the Chicago Bears.Late in last Sunday's loss, Eric Decker was forced to leave the game with a hamstring injury. Not much is known about Decker's status but if he...
Via Jets Insider.com
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Is the New York Jets Week 3 tilt with Chicago a top game to watch?

Some teams are pleasant surprises thus far, making them intriguing to check out in more detail. While others are shocking flops, creating a sense of desperation just two weeks into the season. Both scenarios help create some interesting match-ups on the NFL docket. To see the “Fab Five” – the best games on the docket – for Week 3, CLICK HERE. You may also be interested in...
Via cover32 - Jets
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After tough Week 2, New York Jets’ Geno Smith drops in QB rankings

Every week, from now through the Wednesday before the Super Bowl, the editors at cover32 will gather to rank the NFL’s 32 starting quarterbacks. Depending on what’s happened the previous week, some will rise and some will fall, and even some of the names on the list will change. It’s a never-ending evolution, as the status of the league’s top signal callers is always in flux...
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Much Maligned, Tramon Williams Comes Up Big Again

For much of the first half Sunday, very little went right for the Green Bay Packers. The New York Jets had the ball at the Packers’ 27-yard line coming out of the two-minute warning of Sunday’s contest, already up 21-9 and in great position to add at least a field goal to their lead heading into the half. As has been the case often during his eight-year career, cornerback Tramon...
Via Pro Football Spot
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Despite loss to Packers, New York Jets still looking sharp

The New York Jets should be 2-0. But bad luck, including a dumb timeout by offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg that neglected a game-tying touchdown toss by Geno Smith resulted in a 31-24 loss to the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field. Even though Mornhinweg made an awful decision, league rules state that only the head coach can call timeout, so this was a terrible break all along...
Via cover32 - Jets
2 days ago  |  Discuss

This weekend in NFL stupid

Perhaps never in history has the word “stupid” been used to describe the NFL as often as has been the case in the last week. Most of the stupidity has taken place off the field, but let’s take a moment to acknowledge some of the stupidest moments from the field on the second weekend of the 2014 campaign. The stupidest timeout fiasco  New York Jets’ offensive coordinator...
Via Bloguin Best
2 days ago  |  Discuss

This weekend in NFL stupid

Perhaps never in history has the word “stupid” been used to describe the NFL as often as has been the case in the last week. Most of the stupidity has taken place off the field, but let’s take a moment to acknowledge some of the stupidest moments from the field on the second weekend of the 2014 campaign. The stupidest timeout fiasco  New York Jets’ offensive coordinator...
Via This Given Sunday
2 days ago  |  Discuss

New York Jets vs. Green Bay Packers: 3 Things We Learned

The New York Jets went into Lambeu Field and didn't embarass themselves.  They in fact actuallly showed they belonged on the same field, at least for four quarters and 13 odd minutes.  But then once again it became a hazy unimaginable ending.  Well, not unimaginable if you reside in that gang green haze.  In that haze anything is possible.  And it usually does.  And so...
Via Football Nation
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Marty Mornhinweg Accepts Blame For Ill-Advised Timeout In Jets’ Loss

The New York Jets had a huge “New York Jets” moment in their loss to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday. Geno Smith delivered a beautiful strike to Jeremy Kerley for a touchdown that should have equalized the score in the fourth quarter, but offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg called a timeout just before the snap to negate the play. After the game, Mornhinweg expressed regret...
Via NESN.com
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Timeout-gate: Mornhinweg takes back the blame

BY NICK ST. DENISNew York Jets defensive lineman Sheldon Richardson tried to take the blame for causing a timeout that negated a big game-tying touchdown in the fourth quarter of the Jets' 31-24 loss to the Green Bay Packers Sunday.Offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg, however, took it back away Monday, as he should have."Look, Sheldon needs to take no accountability for...
Via AFC East Daily
3 days ago  |  Discuss

New York Jets: Next Game vs. Bears will Show True Character

The New York Jets lost in as heart-breaking a fashion as you will ever see on Sunday afternoon. As a matter of fact, I don’t even think a film director could come up with as devastating a script for Jets Nation as this. The Jets were on fire to start the game, building a 21-3 2nd quarter lead against Aaron Rogers and the mighty Green Bay Packers. However, Rogers eventually found...
Via Standing O Sports
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Jets OC accepts blame for timeout TD fiasco

New York Jets offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg expressed regret and accepted blame for a fourth-quarter timeout being called, negating what should have been the game-tying touchdown against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday. With about five minutes remaining and the Jets trailing 31-24 and facing fourth-and-4 at the Packers' 36-yard-line, Mornhinweg, who liked the play he...
Via Pro Sports Daily
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Marty Mornhinweg explains timeout mishap

Florham Park, NJ- The Jets were driving down field, trailing 31-24, faced with a fourth-and-four with 5:06 left in the game when it happened.The crowd at Lambeau Field was jumping, making all sorts of noise, the ball was snapped and Geno Smith dropped back and threw beautiful pass to Jermey Kerley in the end zone for what looked to be a game-tying touchdown, but that was only because...
Via Jets Insider.com
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Marty Mornhinweg On Jets Timeout Fiasco: ‘Ref Called The TO’

The New York Jets lost a game Sunday that seemingly only they could lose in such fashion. In addition to a 12-men-on-the-field penalty to negate an interception of Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, the Jets appeared to hit on a game-tying touchdown pass from Geno Smith on fourth down in the final minutes. But the play was negated by a timeout that had been granted to the...
Via Geeks and Cleats
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Jets' Mornhinweg says referee made error by calling timeout

The New York Jets could have made a game-tying touchdown in the match against the Packers, however, a timeout error of course made the situation complicated for the Jets, as usual. Jets offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg commented on the timeout that was called after Geno Smith hit the game-tying touchdown on fourth down in the final minutes. But, the play was “negated,”...
Via BlackSportsOnline
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Jets blow 18 point lead, lose to Pack 31-24

Green Bay, Wisconsin - In what can only be described as a tough and bizarre affair the Jets blew an early 21 to 3 lead and lost to the Green Bay Packers by the final score of 31 to 24.The Jets appeared to tie the game on a 37-yard touchdown pass from Geno Smith to Jeremy Kerley but the touchdown was negated when a timeout was called on the Jets sideline.The timeout was apparently...
Via Jets Insider.com
4 days ago  |  Discuss

New York Jets blow big lead, fall 31-24 to Packers

The New York Jets could not have gotten off to a better start, but the second half was a different story. The Green Bay Packers came behind from a 21-3 to defeat the Jets 31-24 Sunday at Lambeau Field. It was Green Bay’s first victory of the year, while the Jets fall to 1-1. With five minutes left in the game, a touchdown pass from Geno Smith to Jeremy Kerley that would have tied...
Via isportsweb.com
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Jets peak early, plateau late in tough loss to Packers

BY NICK ST. DENISIt was the ultimate Jeckyl-Hyde afternoon for the New York Jets.Entering Lambeau Field as rather heavy underdogs, the Jets came out of the gate swinging Sunday,  jumping out to a 21-3 lead over the Green Bay Packers thanks to stout defense, three scoring drives from quarterback Geno Smith and capitalization of an opening-drive Packers miscue.However, a late-first...
Via AFC East Daily
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Jets’ Spectacular Game-Tying Touchdown Called Back By Own Timeout (GIFs)

The New York Jets keep finding new ways to lose. After blowing a 21-3 first-half lead against the Green Bay Packers, the Jets had a chance to tie trailing 31-24 with five minutes left in the fourth quarter. On a fourth down play from the 37-yard line, quarterback Geno Smith uncorked a beautiful pass to wide receiver Jeremy Kerley, who hauled it in for the game-tying touchdown. Unfortunately...
Via NESN.com
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Initial Reaction – New York Jets Choose The Painful Way, Lose 31-24

On Friday, we picked the New York Jets to lose by six points in a hard fought game. They lost by seven points today in a hard fought game but they certainly picked the most painful way possible to do it. There is no shortage of scapegoats for the 31-24 defeat, in a game the Jets held both a 14-0 and 21-3 lead, so let’s dive into a frustrating Sunday afternoon at Lambeau… Offensively...
Via Turn On The Jets
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Marty Mornhinweg’s Wikipedia page received a funny update

OC Marty Mornhinweg may have cost the New York Jets a shot at overtime for calling a timeout at the worst possible time in their game against the Packers. With his team trailing, 31-24, faced with a fourth down situation, QB Geno Smith hit WR Jeremy Kerley for what would’ve been the game-tying touchdown. But the team’s OC called timeout just before the ball was snapped. The only...
Via The Sports Daily
4 days ago  |  Discuss
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