Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links September 18, 2012
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- Turn On The Jets Offensive Film Breakdown – Jets vs. Steelers
Breaking down the offensive game film from Jets/Steelers
- Jets / Steelers – Week 2 by the Numbers
- Tebow’s future … in politics?
He listens to Frank Sinatra. He honors cancer-stricken kids every time he suits up for practice. He waits patiently for his lifelong dream to be built in the Philippines. He battles dyslexia — and wins. He looks into the future and sees … Senator Tebow?
Tim Tebow is more than just an unconventional quarterback who runs the New York Jets’ Wildcat offense. He’s one of the most popular athletes in America, a rock star who acts like the boy next door.
- The Rex Diaries: Chapter 1 – Observations and Unpopular Opinions
I am irritated. I am frustrated. I am confused. I am a Jets fan. Add to that that I’m a Sanchez fan and the totals double basically any week you talk to me. Add to that again that I am a Rex Ryan supporter and, well, you get the picture. Why did I throw Rex [...]
- NY Jets Get Throttled By Pittsburgh Steelers At Heinz Field
After the Jets opened the season with a decisive win, they fell flat on their face against the Pittsburgh Steelers, losing 27 – 10. The Jets opening drive was fantastic, with quarterback Mark Sanchez going 4 – 5 for 80 yards with a touchdown pass. Receiver Santonio Holmes made the touchdown grab on a slant [...]
- Question the D? Go ahead, Rex dares you
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — One of the characteristics of a Rex Ryan-coached defense is that it doesn’t take long to get humming in the regular season. Look at the points-allowed total after two games from 2009 to 2011 — 16, 24 and 27, respectively.
This season: 55.
Cause for concern?
“Hey, bet against us, that’s all I’m saying,” Ryan said Monday, defiantly. “Bet against us and we’ll see where it ends up. I know where it’s going to end up. I tell you every year, it’s the same thing.
- Jets, Steelers Review
After a promising start, the Green & White succumb to the Steelers
- Game Review: Where it All Went so Wrong
Florham Park, N.J.- No one expected the Jets to go into Pittsburgh and throw up 48 points on the Steelers like they did against the Bills, but this was a winnable game and it sure looked winnable after the Jets first drive, but then… slowly things fell apart.
The Jets defense let the Steelers work their [...]
- Sanchez Breakdown: Jets Offense Grounded in Pittsburgh
Rob Celletti breaks down Mark Sanchez’s performance against the Pittsburgh Steelers in week 2