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“Same Old Jets” used to be the phrase Jets fans uttered when their team inevitably disappointed them, despite moderately high expectations. Since they assembled an organization in which nobody involved can just shut the hell up, it can also pretty much sum up how Jets fans feel when things like Antonio Cromartie predicting a playoff appearance happen.
Forbes released a totally arbitrary, yet still plausible list of the 10 most overpaid players in the NFL in 2012. Of course, it’s not an exact science, especially with the way the NFL’s pay structure is set up to avoid such overcompensation as Forbes notes, but it’s a believable bunch. And what would a list reeking of disappointment be without a healthy dose of the New York Jets?
Yes, that’s Antonio Cromartie, the New York Jets’ second-best cornerback that thinks he’s also the Jets’ second-best wide receiver. (And no, America, Tim Tebow’s not the one ahead of him.) The skinny, after the jump.
The trailer for Field of Dreams 2: NFL Lockout debuted on SportsCenter this morning. Christ, we need this lockout to be over.
Just two weeks ago, the league warned players to cool out on the trash talk, which makes it pretty surprising that the NFL created a new aggregated twitter feed (sponsored by VISA) that pulls all tweets from players around the league.
If you thought the elimination of the New York Jets from the NFL playoffs Sunday meant the disappearance of Antonio Cromartie, the end of smack talk and cursing for the rest of the season—well, you were wrong.
After a long week of press conferences expressing almost nothing but mutual admiration, the AFC Championship Game matchup between the New York Jets and Pittsburgh Steelers finally has some smack talk backing it up.
When Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie let loose with his true feelings on Tom Brady, coach Rex Ryan defended him. Would Ryan show the same level of understanding when an opponent was perceived as taking shots at him?
Reggie Jackson was never one to be shy. When asked about Antonio Cromartie’s comments about Tom Brady, he answered in a very Reggie fashion.
Well, that escalated quickly. New York Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie, in response to a question about what he thinks of Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, told the NY Daily News that he thinks Tom Brady is an “asshole.”