Last night, given the extreme circumstances of facing Houston's terrific defense and having all his reliable targets in the passing game "riding pine," Mark Sanchez did pretty decent on Monday Night Football
Sports fans and the world of punditry are waiting with bated breath for the Jets to fail tonight. Oh they can't wait to get some laughs and cheap shots in on the big airplane on Tuesday morning. They have the Texans kicking the Jets all over the yard tonight when the Jets tangle with one of the last two unbeatens in the NFL
Taking a look back at the first Sunday of the 2012 NFL season, there were a number of surprises throughout the league. Among them was the lopsided victory for the New York Jets against the Buffalo Bills
Oh the media is having their fun, especially enjoying the lack of offense by the Jets. The fans are having their fun because as we all know those pre-season games are HUGE! Combine that with a hatred for Tim Tebow, the enjoyment of poking shots at Rex Ryan and they are doing a lot of yapping right now
Former New York Jets wideout and current Seattle Seahawks player Braylon Edwards told the media that he "sees better things" in rookie quarterback Russell Wilson than he saw in Mark Sanchez when he entered his rookie season in 2009
Earlier today, our man Jay Sanin wrote a piece for "The Team" that had me laughing regarding the New York Jets' inability to score a touchdown in the preseason. The article took a look back at events that have occurred since the last time the New York Jets scored a touchdown back at the end of the 2011 NFL season. It got us thinking about the future, by spinn
The New York Jets continued their preseason in dismal fashion on Sunday night losing to the Carolina Panthers 17-12 unable to score a touchdown for the third straight game. The Jets were inside the 10 twice, each time settling for a field goal.
Sure, dealing with the most popular player in the NFL, Tim Tebow, as your backup quarterback will be a pain in the butt for Mark Sanchez. However, there are still advantages to being the QB of the New York Jets.
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