Is Chris Johnson The Answer?

Chris Johnson

Former Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson is now a New York Jet. Five years removed from his two-thousand yard season, Jets fans everywhere are now anxious to see what impact his presence will have on what has been an anemic offensive squad for far longer than any Jets fan wants to admit. Johnson is …

Jets vs Cardinals 2012: After Rex Ryan Benches Mark Sanchez, Greg McElroy Leads New York to a Win

The New York Jets are back in the win column after defeating the Arizona Cardinals, 7-6, in Week 13 of the 2012 NFL season. Mark Sanchez’s three thrown interceptions got him benched by Rex Ryan, and rather than going to Tim Tebow (who was deactivated), Ryan inserted former Alabama QB Greg McElroy. It wasn’t pretty, …

Has Tannenbaum’s Time Finally Come?

Mike Tannenbaum

The New York Jets stink. In fact, the stench is reaching epic proportions. The evidence of the Jets demise has been clearly seen ever since the very public on field fiasco between Santonio Holmes, Mark Sanchez and the rest of the organization. What has not been so clear to see is, who is to blame? …

NFL 2011: Will T.O. and Ochocinco Play for the Jets in 2011?

Terrell Owens Chad Ocho Cinco Hall Fame Game

Scoop Du Jour is reporting that Cincinnati WR’s Chad Ochocinco and Terrell Owens are lobbying to play for the New York Jets next season. An intriguing idea with both of New York’s star wide outs, Santonio Holmes and Braylon Edwards, becoming free agents this off season. With 17 players becoming free agents this off-season, and …

NFL Offseason 2011: Where Do the New York Jets Go From Here?

The NFL season is now over for the New York Jets. Three days removed from the agonizing loss in the AFC Championship game to the Super Bowl bound Pittsburgh Steelers, the Jets now have to get to work on preparing for the coming 2011 season. Head coach Rex Ryan has made it abundantly clear that …

AFC Championship 2011: The Agony of Defeat in the Steel City

New York Jets wide receiver Braylon Edwards (17) listens to a coach during an NFL football game against the Miami Dolphins in Miami, Monday, Oct. 12, 2009. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

This was supposed to be our year. This was supposed to be our time. This was not the end the New York Jets had in mind. The Jets season ended in bitter disappointment with their 24-19 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC championship game Sunday night. A bitter taste the team knows all …

New York Jets Vs. Miami Dolphins – Who Will Win?

Tonight’s NFL match up between the AFC East rival New York Jets and Miami Dolphins should be a great night of football. Leading up to this game, the Jets have made a pretty big splash with the surprise acquisition of Cleveland Brown WR Braylon Edwards, while the Dolphins have remained surprisingly stoic following the big …

Clowney & Smith; The Future Of The NYJ Receiving Corps?

NY Jets Brad Smith

The Star-Ledger is reporting that the New York Jets are high on WRs David Clowney and Brad Smith”>New York Jets will go into the 2009 season with WR’s David Clowney and Brad Smith. Apparently, the franchise decided against drafting a wideout based on the feeling that these two could and would be their guys. According …

Who Is New York Jets Quarterback Mark Sanchez?

In the days leading up to the NFL draft, I was as confused about the Jets draft possibilities as a new born in a topless bar. Do they take USC quarterback Mark Sanchez, gambling the farm to get him in the process? Do we stick to Kellen Clemens, knowing full well he has not impressed …

Jets To Draft Sanchez? Don’t Bet On It!

Surfing around the web today I was hit by an epiphany of sorts. Anyone who thinks the Jets have a shot at nabbing QB Mark Sanchez is basically delusional. All this talk and debate about Mark Sanchez and the Jets is just never going to happen. Never, ever. Over the last week, the fervor over …

USC’s Sanchez May Be Costly, But What Will NOT Drafting Him Cost?

Dave Hutchinson, reporter for The Star-Ledger, is reporting today that the cost for the Jets to move up to the 8th spot in the draft to acquire USC QB Mark Sanchez is simply too high. In an article found on this morning’s Star-Ledger website, Dave predicts the Jets would have to give up their first …

New York Jets QBs: To Draft or Not to Draft…That is the Question

CHAD PENNINGTON

In an interesting article in this Sunday’s Daily News, Rich Cimini makes some great points about how little overall success the Jets have had selecting quarterbacks in the NFL draft. According to Rich, only one of the 15 QB’s selected by the Jets since the Joe Namath era have mustered a winning record as a …