It looks like Jets Beat Writer Manish Mehta is moving on from the New York Jets Football beat. Jason McIntyre broke the news from his twitter account from the @TheBigLead. Some NFL media picked up on the tweet and wished Manish well.
Sounds like Manish moving off #Jets to beat to NFL writer role with NYDN (similar to Hubbuch with Post) guessing Walder moves to beat
5/25/13 11:39 AM
There was a time when I used to call Rich Cimini and Manish Mehta the Ying and the Yang of the Jets beat. Rich played the pessimistic role well and believe it or not, Manish was (still is) a very good writer when he isn’t get caught up with what his editors want him to write about ie: Tebow etc.
I can’t imagine that Manish WANTED to engross himself with the “circus” but maybe I’m just wrong and it had nothing to do with what sold papers. Maybe Manish really like the circus.
With Manish off the beat, I think it’s safe to say that Rich will be getting all the heat (like he has been). So this begs the question: Who do you really enjoy reading of the Jets beat writers? Is there anyone? CHIME IN ON THE COMMENTS BELOW and I’ll tweet out some answers.
Here is some Fan Reaction:
I understand why @MMehtaNYDN rubbed some fans the wrong way, but now that he’s off the beat he won’t have to appease bosses w/ Tebow crap
5/25/13 11:54 AM
Offensive Coordinator, Marty Mornhinweg, was unavailable to explain himself to the media after the game Sunday, but Yahoo sports have reached out this morning and here are some quotes from the Jets' OC.
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