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Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links October 5, 2012

Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links October 5, 2012
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  • Injury report: No Po’uha again
    Analysis: Ominously, NT Sione Po’uha (back) didn’t even make it to the practice field. He stayed in the building for treatment. Don’t count on him to play Monday night. … WR Stephen Hill (hamstring) is unlikely to play. … TE Dustin Keller (hamstring) was close to playing last week, so the team is holding out hope. But he didn’t practice for the second straight day this week. … LB Bryan Thomas (hamstring) said he expects to play.

    NEW YORK JETS

    Out: CB Darrelle Revis (knee).

  • Sparano: Mark’s a Piece to the Puzzle
    Jets OC says everyone must step up
  • Westhoff Wants to Win on Every Play
    Jets Special Teams Coordinator putting pressure on himself and his unit
  • Gastineau on Ring of Honor: I’ll likely cry
    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Mark Gastineau, who will be inducted Monday night into the Jets Ring of Honor along with Wesley Walker, spoke on Friday afternoon about the years since he retired from football. He detailed his peaceful life in New Jersey with his church, his wife and their two dogs. His pension, he said, is a blessing.

    Inevitably, he was asked about the current Jets’ defensive problems.

    “I don’t have any right to comment on those things and I will never step on a coach’s toes,” Gastineau said.

  • Week 5 Predictions: Jets vs. Texans
  • Extra Practice Session Added for Extra Focus on Run Game
    Florham Park, N.J.- The Jets have all sorts of problems that need to get worked out if they hope to be as good as they think they can be, but their two biggest problems, by far, revolve around the running game.
    The league may have changed into a more pass oriented league than ever before, but [...]
  • Turn On The Jets – NFL Week 5 Best Bets
    Chris Celletti with his Best Bets for week 5 of the NFL Season
  • Jets get physical in practice
    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — When Rex Ryan met with his coaching staff early in the week, he put out a suggestion box, so to speak, asking for ideas on how to get the team out of its funk. OL coach Dave DeGuglielmo offered this:

    An eight-minute period in practice in which the first-team offense faced the first-team defense — the type of thing they do in training camp.

    So they did it Thursday, and Ryan loved it. All but one play in the period was a run.

  • Three-point stance: Houston Texans
    The bright lights of Monday Night Football will set the stage as the Jets and Texans face off in the final matchup of Week 5 in the NFL. The Texans (4-0) come to town as the only unbeaten team in the AFC and the NFL leader in point differential at plus-70. The Jets (2-2) have an unbeaten record of sorts, having won all five regular-season meetings with the Texans, including Rex Ryan’s head coaching debut in 2009.

    Texans quarterback Matt Schaub is coming off his best performance of the season, with a Total QBR of 86.

  • 10/5 Rex: "I Want to Use Everybody"
    Coach Ryan is looking to all of his coaches this week for ways to improve the team.
  • NY Jets vs. Houston Texans: Week 5 Preview
    After the “Mashing at the Meadowlands,” last weekend at the hands of the 49ers the Jets need to have a huge bounce back week this Monday night against the Houston Texans. Houston comes in 4-0 with a high powered offense and a very good athletic defense. The Jets have dominated Houston (Texans not Oilers) in [...]
  • Nick Mangold Twitter Chat
    This past week, New York Jets center Nick Mangold took part in a twitter chat that was provided by Chase and MasterCard.  Nick Mangold started the day at the Lincoln Building Chase branch in Manhattan with Antrel Rolle from the NY Giants.  They took photos and signed autographs with the fans. Then they moved on [...]
  • Fantasy Football Start \ Sit
    Last week I was able to go 6-4 for the Overachievers highlighted by Alfred Morris, Willis McGahee  and Torrey Smith while going 8-2 for under achievers being led by Tony Romo, Steven Jackson, and Kenny Britt. Overachievers Philip Rivers (11)-If he does not break out versus the Saints, it may never happen, they are the [...]
  • New York Jets: Sanchez’s Last Stand
    Mark Sanchez is running out of opportunities as the New York Jets starting quarterback
  • Quarterly report: Playing time for O
    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — A playing-time breakdown for every player on offense through four games (261 total snaps):

    QUARTERBACK
    • Mark Sanchez: 244 snaps, 93 percent
    • Tim Tebow: 32 snaps, 12 percent

    RUNNING BACK
    • Shonn Greene: 138 snaps, 53 percent
    • Bilal Powell: 119 snaps, 46 percent
    • John Conner: 52 snaps, 20 percent
    • Joe McKnight: 7 snaps, 3 percent

    TIGHT END
    • Jeff Cumberland: 151 snaps, 58 percent
    • Konrad Reuland: 110 snaps, 42 percent
    • Jason Smith: 79 snaps, 30 percent
    • Dustin Keller: 29 snaps, 11 percent
    • Dedrick Epps: 27 snaps, 10 percent

    WIDE RECEIVER
    • Santonio Holmes: 189 snaps, 72 percent
    • Chaz Schilens: 126 snaps, 48 percent
    • Jeremy Kerley: 107 snaps, 41 percent
    • Stephen Hill: 104, 40 percent
    • Clyde Gates: 29 snaps, 11 percent

    OFFENSIVE LINE
    • Austin Howard: 261 snaps, 100 percent
    • D’Brickashaw Ferguson: 261 snaps, 100 percent
    • Brandon Moore: 261 snaps, 100 percent
    • Nick Mangold: 261 snaps, 100 percent
    • Matt Slauson: 216 snaps, 83 percent
    • Vladimir Ducasse: 46 snaps, 17 percent

    Analysis: Of Tebow’s 32 snaps, 19 came as the quarterback.

  • Is there a Mercy rule in football?
    This is the 2nd year in a row this management team failed the Jets organization. Last year, they had no offensive line backups and we lost the year. This year, they have no backups for the rest of the team.
  • JETS OFFENSE: Is short really all that simple?
    “It’s a screen. It’s the way it’s supposed to be. You invite the rush and you throw it right over
    them. He made a pretty good play. They always try to tip it and usually that ball always goes right
    through.” – Mark Sanchez 9.30.12
    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — In the case of passing the football, does short [...]
  • Holmes faces six-month rehab
    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — The Jets haven’t provided any details about Santonio Holmes’ season-ending foot injury, which will require surgery, but ESPN injury expert Stephania Bell said the typical recovery time for a Lisfranc injury is six months.

    That means Holmes should be ready to go by training camp next summer, but there will be peaks and valleys once he returns to full activity, she said. His position, wide receiver, which demands a lot of cutting, will make it “a very slow process,” she said.

  • Turn On The Jets Week 5 Fantasy Football Preview
    Mike Donnelly with his weekly fantasy football preview. Who should you bench and start?
  • Sanchez Hopes to Right the Ship
    Offense prepares for NFL’s top D
  • Injury report: Jets could be three short
    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — The Jets could be without three key contributors for Monday night’s game against the Texans as receiver Stephen Hill, tight end Dustin Keller and defensive tackle Sione Pouha missed Thursday’s practice.

    For Pouha, who played Sunday against the 49ers, he was outside during the portion of practice open to the media but left to go inside the team’s facility, which is a never a good sign. His status will become more clear over the next two days.

  • Jets’ D out to stop run vs. Houston
    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Physicality hasn’t been the problem for the Jets’ porous run defense.

    “It’s been an issue of alignment, assignment, fundamentals, tackling,” linebacker Aaron Maybin said.

    That will have to change quickly as the Jets get ready to host Houston’s high-powered running game on Monday night. The Jets are next to last in the league in rushing yards allowed at 172.8, while Houston is ninth in rushing yards per game with 136.5.

    “It’s going to be a great test for us up front,” Jets defensive lineman Mike DeVito said.

  • Tebow not frustrated with his role
    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Jets backup quarterback Tim Tebow said he is not frustrated with his role in the Jets’ offense and has not talked to anyone about his lack of involvement. ESPN’s Ed Werder said Tuesday that Tebow is frustrated with his lack of usage and believes the Jets haven’t honored promises they made upon acquiring him.

    “I mean, yeah, you get frustrated when you lose football games. I think everyone in the locker room when you lose games you’re a little frustrated, but I think that’s natural,” Tebow said.

  • Jets Talk LIVE – Kenrick Ellis
    D-Lineman Goes Inside the Trenches and Talks About Man’s Best Friend

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