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Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links September 19, 2012

Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links September 19, 2012
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  • Rex: Media won’t dictate Tebow time
    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Another day, another round of questions about Tim Tebow’s lack of involvement in the Jets’ offense.

    This time, Rex Ryan didn’t get annoyed with the questions, but he made it clear he’s not going to bow to media pressure to play Tebow in the Wildcat.

    “We control it,” Ryan said. “The media’s not gonna drive it and the opponent, they’re not going to have any idea what we’re going to do with them. I’m certainly not going to let them know, ‘Hey, by the way, Tebow is going to play 50 snaps this week.

  • New York Jets Week 3 – Early Thoughts On Jets/Dolphins
    Early thoughts on the New York Jets week 3 match-up against the Miami Dolphins
  • New York Jets – The Sabotage Of Mark Sanchez
    Writing against the Mark Sanchez sabotage campaign. When will the New York Jets support their quarterback?
  • 9/19 Rex: "This is as Big as it Gets"
    Head Coach Rex Ryan discusses the importance of playing a divisional opponent like Miami.
  • JetNation – Week 2 Power Rankings
    Here’s the updated JetNation top ten power rankings: 10) Carolina Panthers: Don’t let the loss to the Buccaneers fool you, Carolina is a dangerous team. 9) Atlanta Falcons: When you’re plus 4 in the turnover department you should win, the Falcons just hold on. 8) New York Giants: Over 600 yards of offense is impressive, [...]
  • Scouting Report: An early look at Miami
    Sunday’s game at Miami could be billed the “Hard Knocks” Bowl, past and present. Or maybe the Sparano Bowl, in honor of the Dolphins’ former coach and current Jets offensive coordinator.

    Quick thoughts on the Dolphins:

    1. The Dolphins, under new coach Joe Philbin, are 1-1 after a 35-13 thrashing of the Raiders at home. The Dolphins haven’t made the playoffs since 2008 (see: Sparano, Chad Pennington and the Wildcat), but they’re starting to become a respectable home team.

  • Woody Johnson On The Passing Of Steve Sabol
    Statement from Jets Chairman & CEO Woody Johnson On the Passing of Steve Sabol “Words cannot truly express what Steve Sabol has meant to this game. His legacy will not only be the exemplary work done by NFL Films, but the unwavering passion and dedication he devoted to the game he loved. We were fortunate [...]
  • Fantasy Football Waiver Wire
    Welcome to back to our weekly Free Agent Frenzy Fantasy Football waiver wire list pickups, I will try to only list guys who should be available in 10-12 team leagues. There were only a few major injuries in the skill positions that would affect your fantasy football team. Let’s get to this week’s list. Average [...]
  • Five Plays That Shaped The Game: Week 2
    A look back at the Jets’ 27-10 loss to the Steelers, highlighting five key plays:

    1. The Head Shot. With 13:51 left in the second quarter, QB Mark Sanchez roamed outside the pocket, looking downfield, and he was victimized by a helmet-to-helmet blow from Lawrence Timmons. The Steelers linebacker was penalized 15 yards, and he could get fined by the league. Sanchez insisted he wasn’t affected, but the numbers tell a different story. After the play, he completed only six of 22 passes.

  • Drive of the game: Oh, no, Cro!
    The decisive drive in the Jets’ 27-10 loss to the Steelers came early in the third quarter, when the Steelers padded their lead with Ben Roethlisberger’s 37-yard TD pass to Mike Wallace.

    It was a five-play, 59-yard drive that included good, bad and ugly.

    The bad was a 15-yard penalty on S LaRon Landry, who horse-collared Antonio Brown after an 11-yard reception. That put the Steelers at the Jets’ 31, but the Jets responded with two nice defensive plays — a pass breakup by LB David Harris and a tackle behind the line by DE Muhammad Wilkerson.

  • Film study: Anatomy of a dud
    After breaking down the tape of the Jets’ 27-10 loss to the Steelers, a few things jumped out:

    PLENTY OF BLAME: Immediately after the game, the prevailing explanation for the utter ineptitude of the passing attack was how the wide receivers failed to handle the Steelers’ aggressive press coverage. After watching the tape, I think that was a bit overblown. A myriad of factors contributed to Mark Sanchez’s 10-for-27, 138-yard day.

    I categorized his 17 incompletions into five different categories:

    Off-target passes — 5
    QB under pressure — 4
    Drops — 3
    Miscommunications between QB and receiver — 3
    Pass breakup/good coverage — 2

    DEEP THOUGHTS: Adhering to Tony Sparano’s vertical philosophy, Sanchez made an attempt to push the ball downfield, perhaps eschewing safer throws.

  • Special Back to School Moment for Mo and his Mom
    The Wilkersons Lead a Jets Rush to Help Interfaith Hospitality Network Students
  • Turn On The Jets Stock Watch – Jets/Steelers Review Edition
    Mike Donnelly’s weekly Stock Watch reviews Jets/Steelers. Who is he buying and selling?
  • Playing-time breakdown: Defense
    A look at the Jets’ playing time in Sunday’s 27-10 loss to the Steelers (based on 66 total snaps):

    DEFENSIVE LINE

    Muhammad Wilkerson — 52
    Mike DeVito — 40
    Sione Po’uha — 36
    Kenrick Ellis — 20
    Marcus Dixon — 19
    Quinton Coples — 16

    LINEBACKER

    David Harris — 66
    Calvin Pace — 62
    Bart Scott — 56
    Garrett McIntyre — 52
    Aaron Maybin — 13
    Josh Mauga — 6
    Demario Davis — 4

    SECONDARY

    Yeremiah Bell — 66
    LaRon Landry — 66
    Antonio Cromartie — 64
    Kyle Wilson — 61
    Ellis Lankster — 20
    Eric Smith — 7

    Analysis: Without Darrelle Revis (concussion), the Jets dressed only four cornerbacks — and only three saw time on defense.

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