- Rams Distinguish Themselves With Teammate-On-Teammate Violence
- This Just In: Andy Dalton and Victor Cruz Are Tied In Touchdown Receptions
- Is MSU's Connor Cook College Football's Most Underrated Quarterback?
- Utah Quarterback Travis Wilson Gets Wrecked Mid-Air And Lands On Head
- Reggie Bush's Comments On Disciplining Daughter Could Prompt Investigation
New York Jets
The Jets did a very Jets thing yesterday and called a timeout moments before Geno Smith threw a beautiful, game-tying touchdown pass against the Packers late in the fourth quarter. Should the referees have let that happen?
Welcome to “This Is Totally Your Year,” our overly optimistic preview of the 2014-15 NFL season for all 32 teams. We’ve broken down why every team — yes, even your team (and yes, even your team, Rams fans) — will win it all this year. We’ll also give some reasons for pessimism and even estimate an actual season prediction. Next up: The New York Jets.
So why didn’t he show up for the game? Is it the calf and leg injuries? Is he having second thoughts about playing football? Or is he having second thoughts about playing for a dysfunctional organization like the Jets?
Rex Ryan And Cowboys TE Coach Mike Pope Compete To Have The Weirdest Training Camp Drills In The NFL
Apparently Ryan was bothered by the endless questions about Tim Tebow a couple years back. Who would’ve guessed?
Note: The author of this post is a New York Jets fan and doesn’t like Geno Smith and thinks
Michael Vick anyone not named Geno Smith should be the starting quarterback this season. Keep that in mind while reading this admittedly biased post.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell announced Thursday that the 2015 NFL Draft will either take place in Chicago or Los Angeles. There’s a very good chance that whichever city is chosen, Jets fans will boo.
Sure, adults prank calling other adults is in bad taste — especially when they invoke someone’s prison time or, ya know, systemic/brutal torture of domesticated animals. HOWEVER, it’s hard not to laugh when the Jets’ backup has to address whether his competition with Geno Smith should be considered a “black on black crime.”
In the end, said Jerry Seinfeld, we’re all just rooting for laundry. It’s just that in New York some of it happens to be on fire right now.