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Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links August 20, 2012

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  • Jets Release Tackle Heyer; List of 2012 Offensive Lineman Transactions
    The New York Jets announced the release of another offensive lineman, Tackle Stephon Heyer was released today.     Here are the Jets’ transactions on our offensive line this year:…

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  • Rex report: Coach defends sputtering offense
    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Predictably, Rex Ryan came to the defense of his offense.

    “The offensive production isn’t there, obviously, through the first two weeks on the scoreboard, but this is a work in progress,” he said Monday, commenting for the first time since evaluating the tape of Saturday night’s debacle. “When it’s said and done, we’re going to be productive on offense. It’s as simple as that.”

    The Jets haven’t scored a touchdown in two games, but Ryan pointed to some positives from Saturday night.

  • Jets Replay: 8/18 vs Giants
    Landry, Maybin and Davis Reflect on MetLife Bowl
  • Jets haven’t got time for the Wayne
    The New York Jets’ right-tackle situation brings back memories of the wide-receiver situation in 2009. They broke camp with Chansi Stuckey as a starter by default, but after four games of watching Stuckey stuck to defenders, they made a bold move and traded for Braylon Edwards.

    GM Mike Tannenbaum needs to pull a Braylon move at right tackle. The season begins in three weeks, and it begins with a daunting challenge — Mario Williams, the Buffalo Bills’ $100 million defensive stud.

  • 8/20 Coach Ryan News Conference
    Coach Rex Ryan discusses Saturday’s preseason game vs the New York Giants
  • No Huddle – New York Jets Struggles Continue
    TJ Rosenthal goes No Huddle on the New York Jets offensive problems
  • Oh Boy!
    know it’s pre-season, but I thought the Jets were work with Hunter to improve his technique. From what I saw last Saturday, he still has a long way to go and the Jets may be in for a long ugly season.
  • Fireman Ed Weighs in on Tebow, Sanchez, and Preseason so Far
    Fireman Ed was on Twitter last night weighing in on the Giants game. He also had some thoughts on Tim Tebow after watching SNY’s JetNation.

    For more stories on the New York Jets and Social Media, visit Jets Twit! J-E-T-S TWIT TWIT TWIT!!

  • Morning wake-up call: Day 26
    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — They’re back home in Jersey, but the Jets remain in a training camp-like mode for another week. This will be a long week in more ways than one. The fan base is restless after two unimpressive offensive performances, and the Jets don’t play again until Sunday night against the Panthers.

    They could get some injured players back this week, namely WR Jeremy Kerley (hamstring). WR Santonio Holmes might try to practice on a limited basis, but the feeling here is that he’ll miss the game.

  • Recap: Jets Embarrassed By Crosstown Rival Giants 26 – 3
    The 26 – 3 loss the New York Giants handed the New York Jets was disheartening, to say the least. The lone bright spot was the starting defensive unit, which limited Eli Manning to 7 – 14 passing for 62 yards and an overthrown pass that was intercepted by LaRon Landry. While the starting defense [...]
  • What to do with Wayne Hunter?
    Yes, Jets fans are quick to point a finger or two at Wayne Hunter and want to make him the fall guy and what can I say, he had a bad game. What do we do going into the 2012 season?

    For more stories on the New York Jets and Social Media, visit Jets Twit! J-E-T-S TWIT TWIT TWIT!!

  • New York Jets: Offensive Pre-Season From Hell Continues
    Thoughts on the New York Jets after two pre-season games.
  • New York Jets: A Letter To Mike Tannenbaum
    Mike Donnelly with an open letter to Mike Tannenbaum after watching the New York Jets gets get thrashed by the New York Giants

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