Posts Tagged: New York Jets

Drew Bledsoe

Rewriting History: How Tom Brady & Mo Lewis Altered A Decade’s Football Fortunes

By J. Tinsley | 10 Comments

The most ironic thing about modern day dynasties is that many of them begin from the most inauspicious beginnings.

Ben Roethlisberger

Your NFL Recap: The Conference Championships

By TSSCrew | 28 Comments

A trip to Dallas and immortality on the line, four cold weather franchises known for hard hitting defenses took to the field in frigid mid-January temps.

MP3s

Consequence – “J.E.T.S. (Put Your Arms Out)”

By TC | 14 Comments

Photo via NFL Consequence thinks the New "Jersey" Jets are going to the Super Bowl.

Aaron Rodgers

Your NFL Recap: The Divisional Playoffs

By TSSCrew | 23 Comments

The Divisional playoffs of 2011 will be remembered for some epic upsets, Aaron Rodgers' coming out party and the precise moment when Patrick M. stopped caring about sports. Ravens Vs. Steelers Pre-Game Chatter: The division foes split the regular season series in two of the most physical games of the season. With both defenses chomping at the bit to back up their reps, there was no reason to expect anything different. What Went Down: It was the best of halfs, it was the worst of halfs for the Ravens. Their defense forced two first half turnovers including a head’s up Cory Reading fumble return of an assumed dead ball. But the overall anemia of Baltimore’s offense proved their demise: dropped passes, turnovers and a hideous -4 yards of third quarter offense. The game was still tied late in the fourth when Ben Roethlisberger added to his postseason resume with a perfect third down strike to rookie Antonio Brown. A dive from Rashard Mendenhall gave the Steelers a lead they wouldn’t relinquish, as a last gasp Ravens drive ended with a predictable heartbreaker. The Saga Continues: The Steelers move on to the AFC Championship against the Jets, who beat them at Heniz Field only a month ago. The Ravens will have to figure out why they continually lose to their rival in big games, and if off-season acquisitions T.J. Houshmandzadeh and Anquan Boldin can get over their drops. Packers Vs. Falcons Pre-Game Chatter: Despite Atlanta’s dominance of the NFC, most experts preferred the six seed Packers to prevail behind the offensive fireworks of Aaron Rodgers and company. What Went Down: Pretty much exactly what the experts preferred. Atlanta took an early lead thanks to a kickoff return from dynamo Eric Weems, but that was pretty much it for the Dirty Birds. Rodgers carved up their defense like a Thanksgiving turkey, completing over 85% of his passes for 300 plus yards and three touchdowns. By the time Atlanta knew what hit them, the Pack had put up 35 straight points on the number one seed. The Saga Continues: Atlanta’s left to pick up the pieces following a crushing defeat that de-legitimized their entire season. Green Bay continues on their run as the six seed no one wants a piece of against rival Chicago. Skip Bayless gloats.

New England Patriots

Wes Welker Plays Footsies With Rex Ryan

By J. Tinsley | 10 Comments

So here's how the story goes, in a nutshell: -- Jets easily dispose of Patriots 28-14 in Week 2.

Baltimore Ravens

Your NFL Recap: Wild Card Playoffs

By TSSCrew | 40 Comments

The first round of the playoffs saw a mix of upsets and last second heroics.

Cincinnati Bengals

Open Thread: Thanksgiving Football

By J. Tinsley | 38 Comments

Pic via Dirk In the long and storied history of this country, it doesn't get much more American than Thanksgiving and the NFL.

Ben Roethlisberger

Your NFL Recap: Week 11

By S.Cadet | 22 Comments

It seems like the NFL's power rankings become fleeting as each week winds down.

David Garrard

Your NFL Recap: Week 10

By MZ | 14 Comments

We can champion the NFL for its parity all day long, but someone has to go to the playoffs at the end of the day. The cream will begin to rise to the top, the minute hand will tick faster towards midnight for Cinderellas & some teams will have to relish playing the spoiler & fighting for roster spots. Yet, on a week where things should begin to sort themselves out, many questions arose as opposed to answers. How valuable is Santonio Holmes to the Jets? After missing the first 4 games of the season and enduring a near-scoreless five quarters, the former Buckeye snagged a 37-yard reception from Mark Sanchez to neutralize the Cleveland Browns entire game in the blink of an eye. There's nothing worse than having the "W" slip through your fingers at the last second but for the Browns, it's just another day at the office. The Patriots kept pace with the Jets behind Tom Brady's 350-yard, three touchdown performance against the Pittsburgh Steelers.  The Steelers may have made the score respectable in the fourth quarter, but their vaunted defense had no answer as the Patriots marched up and down the field virtually at will all game. All week long, the talking heads at Bristol pegged the Giants as a Super Bowl sleeper team and possibly the best team in the NFC. All of that was before they ran into a rejuvenated Cowboys team hellbent on making sure Jason Garrett won his NFL debut. Where this effort was the past few weeks is anyone's guess, Jon Kitna had his best outing in years tallying 327 yards with three touchdowns and a QB rating of 124. Dez Bryant didn't look too shabby either. The Giants brand new stadium had some technical difficulties and the squad lost a valuable chance to gain some separation from the Eagles & Redskins, who face off tonight.

Albert Haynesworth

The 2010 NFL Season: 12 Things To Watch

By TSSCrew | 38 Comments

There's nothing better than the start of a new NFL season.

Hard Knocks

The New York Jets Don’t Tolerate Rookie Mistakes

By TC | 7 Comments

While we patiently wait for the REAL sports to start (hehe), you know the players are getting ready with conditioning and more things of that nature.

New York Jets

Antonio Cromartie Should Probably Write His Kids’ Names Down

By David D. | 21 Comments

AFC Championship

“Tell ‘Em Why You Mad, Rex…”

By J. Tinsley | 9 Comments

The Jets may not be heading to the "Big Dance," but the organization and their fans can find solace in knowing they've got one of the most entertaining coaches in all of sports.

Adrian Peterson

Your NFL Conference Championship Recap

By TSSCrew | 20 Comments

To quote esteemed sports philosopher Reggie Noble, "this is what it’s all about.

Brett Favre

TSS 2009 Playoff Preview: Conference Championsips

By TSSCrew | 15 Comments

Each conference's best teams battle it out for a trip to the Super Bowl this weekend.





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