The first NFL Sunday concluded with Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys squandering a 24-10 fourth quarter lead and losing to the New York Jets 27-24.
This was Rex Ryan after the Jets had 12 defensive players on the field during a second quarter red-zone opportunity for the Houston Texans on Monday night.
Mark Sanchez graces the cover of the September GQ and discloses a litany of non-essential information including the story regarding why he wanted to “fight” Jets head coach Rex Ryan. As he was prone to do in his first two seasons of NFL action, Sanchez endured a late-season […]
I’ll be the first to admit that I don’t know the number of NFL coaches that sport tattoos but I’ll go out on a limb and guess if someone does, none of them are as obnoxious and bizarre as the tat sported by Rex Ryan.
Never one to mince words, New York Jets linebacker Bart Scott says the possible disappearance of two-a-day practices in NFL training camps is a sign that the league is “wimping out” and that it would potentially make football “soft.” His comments stem from word that the league is […]
By evidence of this Darrelle Revis fanboy photo from PatsPropaganda.com, we have lowered our expectations for deities.
Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com is reporting that the New York Jets may still have some interest in Tennessee Titans wide receiver Randy Moss. You know the drill at this point. The lockout prevents such transactions from taking place. However, it certainly does not rule out speculation.
During a 17-minute media session in Indianapolis on Thursday, New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan brashly predicted a Super Bowl XLVI win for his team. Ryan held court as a part of the NFL Scouting Combine in the same city where Super Bowl XLVI will take place.
Deadspin reports that New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez is romantically linked to a 17-year-old Connecticut high schooler. Eliza Kruger met Sanchez at a New York club on New Year’s Eve and soon after her encounter with the former USC Trojan quarterback, she went straight to Facebook to […]
Player on player Twitter violence seems to be at an all-time high on the heels of last Sunday’s Jay Cutler fiasco during the NFC title game.