Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links December 13, 2013
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- Collision Low Crossers Review – A Must Read For Jets Fans
Joe Caporoso reviews “Collision Low Crossers” by Nicholas Dawidoff. A must read for any Jets fan
- Week 15 Prediction: Jets at Panthers
- Turn On The Jets 12 Pack, Week 15 Edition
The Turn On The Jets 12 pack with predictions for Jets vs Panthers
- Part 2: Sheldon Richardson: ‘I Just Want to Win’
Rookie DL Continues his Exclusive Sit Down with Eric Allen on Jets Talk Live
- Special Teams Share Their Special Holiday Decor
Nick Folk and Ryan Quigley give you a personal tour of their festive locker rooms on Point After
- Jeremy Kerley: ‘I Think It Will Be a Good Matchup’
Jet Wideout Readies Himself for Battle in Charlotte
- The New York Jets Big Man Report – Week 14 – TOJ
Mike Nolan grades and discusses the New York Jets’ offensive line. Here is his Week 14 look at their performance and a preview for Week 15.
- Jets practice report: No Antonio Cromartie
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. – Jets CB Antonio Cromartie was not at Jets practice on Friday, the last full practice before the team heads to Carolina for a 4:05 p.m. ET Sunday game. Cromartie has been going through the NFL concussion protocol after sustaining the injury in the third quarter of last Sunday’s win over Oakland.
On Thursday, Cromartie said he first experienced symptoms, a headache, in the fourth quarter but did not alert members of the team’s medical staff.
- Jets At Panthers Preview
Your New York Jets (6-7) will hit the road Sunday at 4 p.m. in a must-win situation to face the Carolina Panthers (9-4). The Jets are coming off a season high in points but certainly have their flaws offensively and defensively. Lets take a look at the match-ups: Panthers Offense Carolina is led by third […]
- Fantasy Football Start ‘Em/Sit ‘Em Week 15
Welcome to another installment of who to start and who to sit while making your weekly fantasy football lineup decisions for the 2nd week of the playoffs. We went 14-8 in the start ‘em portion and 9-9 in the sit ‘em portion, worst week in awhile. Let’s get to this week’s list; Start ‘Em Tom […]
- I broke down and Bought the Jets Book: Collision Low Crossers
- 12/12 Thurman News Conference
- 12/12 Mornhinweg News Conference
- 12/12 Kotwica News Conference
- Green Day: Cam Newton is ‘scary’
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Rex Ryan once said Cam Newton can throw a strawberry through a battleship. He made that comment in 2011, shortly before Newton was drafted No. 1 overall by the Carolina Panthers. His opinion of the quarterback hasn’t changed.
“This guy’s a scary athlete,” the New York Jets’ coach said Thursday. “And when you meet him, he’s scary because it’s like, ‘Oh, my gosh.’ I just remember that when we were in the preseason. I’m like, ‘Who’s going to tackle that guy?
- Jets tickled by Ivory’s smashmouth style
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — The day after every win, Rex Ryan picks out a few highlight plays from the game and shows them to the team. He calls them “Play like a Jet” plays, his version of the SportsCenter Top 10 — except there’s usually about five. He chooses “effort” plays: extraordinary blocks, blow-up tackles, that sort of thing.
On Monday, it was the Chris Ivory show.
Ivory’s 15-yard touchdown run against the Oakland Raiders, a play in which he broke four tackles and caused another defender to miss, made it to the big screen.
- Jets injury report: Reed’s day of rest
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. – Ed Reed missed practice on Thursday after coach Rex Ryan approached him and said he thought the extra rest would help the New York Jets safety on Sundays.
“Ed’s on top of everything,” Ryan said. “He’s still leading the meetings with DBs. He’s there sharp. You just try to back him off where he’s not on his legs the whole time.”
Those days off of practice for veteran players – in the past for LaDainian Tomlinson and LaRon Landry – are a staple of Ryan’s maintenance plan, and he sometimes likens it to having players on a pitch count.
- Cromartie played with concussion effects
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Antonio Cromartie said he felt the effects of his concussion with five or six minutes left in the game against Oakland, but the Jets cornerback didn’t alert team trainers until after the game.
Cromartie was asked if team doctors were upset he didn’t mention his symptoms to them during the game.
“Yeah, I think everybody was,” Cromartie said.
Cromartie practiced in a limited capacity Thursday, wearing a red jersey and not taking part in any contact drills.