In our last two posts, Jay took a look at the first 12 games of the New York Jets 2012 NFL schedule. We now take a look at weeks 3-17 of the 2012 Jets season and see what it means for our beloved green and white. Can the New York Jets finish the season with a bang? Continue reading
In our last post, Jay took a look at the first seven games of the New York Jets 2012 NFL schedule. We now take a look at weeks 8-12 of the 2012 Jets season and see what it means for our beloved green and white. Continue reading
On Tuesday, the NFL released the schedule for the 2012 season for all teams. Looking at the schedule you will realize that the New York Jets will face their hardest opponents in the first half of the season including their AFC division rivals as well. Not only will the Jets face the Bills, Dolphins, and pats; They will also have to see the likes of the 49ers, Texans, and Steelers. There is no doubt the Jets will have their hands filled with these opponents. With that being said, the Jets will definitely need to come out the gates swinging, especially against their division opponents. Let’s breakdown each week to address the concerns, predictions, and keys to winning this season that the Jets must address. Please keep in mind this is based on current team rosters and future injuries that can affect the outcome and predictions. Continue reading
Plaxico Burress has made it clear that he has aspirations of playing for the Philadelphia Eagles next season. Surprised? Not me. With all the off field problems and Mark Sanchez’s throwing problems, Plax wants out of New York altogether. Guess with going to the Jets and now wanting to go to the Eagles, I think he is on a mission to irritate as many Giants fans as possible.
Ladies and gentlemen, your wish has been granted…or has it? After six years as the offensive coordinator for the New York Jets, Brian Schottenheimer and the New York Jets have decided to part ways. This has to come to no shock to the football committee. Sure Rex Ryan and Mike Tannenbaum mentioned last week that Schotty would return next year as the offensive coordinator, but truth is they could not tell the media that they were praying the Schotty would be hired as the Jacksonville Jaguars new head coach so that they would be able to start the search for a new offensive coordinator… Continue reading
Fans, media, and now own teammates. Can Mark Sanchez catch a break? Does he deserve a break? It all depends on who you ask. Sure, Rex proclaims to the media that Sanchez will remain QB for Gang Green, but do you honestly believe him? I love Rex just as much as the next Jets fan, but you know he’s full of crap (something not new for Rex and Jets haters). Rex knows that Mark Sanchez cannot be trusted as leader at the helm. Heck we all know that is the case, but the Jets front office can’t justify benching their expensive “Sanchize” golden boy.