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Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links October 9, 2012

Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links October 9, 2012
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  • Sanchez Breakdown: Passing Grade?
    Rob Celletti breaks down Mark Sanchez’s performance last night
  • Mark Sanchez 1-on-1
    Jets QB Mark Sanchez believes the team played hard in Monday’s loss to the Texans.
  • Jets Replay: “Not Another Knockout”
    EA and Randy Lange Break Down MNF
  • Jets Replay: Jeff Cumberland
    TE Says Team Fought to the End
  • Playing-time analysis: Offense
    Breaking down the skill-position snaps on offense (out of a possible 57):


    Mark Sanchez — 53 snaps, 91 percent

    Tim Tebow — 7 snaps (4 at QB), 12 percent


    Bilal Powell — 25 snaps, 44 percent

    Shonn Greene — 24 snaps, 42 percent

    Lex Hilliard — 15 snaps, 26 percent

    Joe McKnight — 9 snaps, 16 percent


    Jeff Cumberland — 50 snaps, 88 percent

    Konrad Reuland — 17 snaps, 30 percent

    Jason Smith — 13 snaps, 23 percent


    Chaz Schilens — 52 snaps, 91 percent

    Jeremy Kerley — 44 snaps, 77 percent

    Jason Hill — 21 snaps, 37 percent

    Clyde Gates — 9 snaps, 16 percent

    Antonio Cromartie — 3 snaps, 5 percent

    Analysis: Technically, Greene remains the starting RB, but they’ve shifted to a backfield-by-committee approach the last two weeks.

  • Stock watch: Risers and fallers
    Some of the good and bad performances from Monday night’s 23-17 loss to the Texans:


    1. Antonio Cromartie: The Cro was flying. He shut down WR Andre Johnson (one catch on six targets), intercepted a pass and played a little wide receiver, nearly connecting with Mark Sanchez on a deep ball. Say this for Cromartie: In Darrelle Revis’ absence, he’s playing like a No. 1 corner.

    2. Joe McKnight: The running back-turned-cornerback-turned running back is a terrific kickoff returner, and he proved it again with a 100-yard touchdown — the second kickoff-return TD of his career.

  • Rex Says ‘Never Say Never’ on T.O. but per Cimini Source; Jets have NO interest
    Rex on Terrell Owens: You never say never, will look at all options for the Jets.

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

  • Source: No interest in T.O.
    Don’t bother getting your popcorn ready. The Jets have no interest in signing unemployed WR Terrell Owens, a source said Tuesday.

    Owens offered his services during Monday night’s game, tweeting that he’s ready, willing and able to suit up for the Jets, who lost Clyde Gates to a shoulder injury. Gates is scheduled for an MRI.

    On a Tuesday morning conference call with reporters, Rex Ryan didn’t immediately dismiss the idea, saying, “You never say never or anything.

  • Sanchez dreadful again, Jets lose, again! It’s Tebow time!
    Sanchez continues his poor performance from last year. He has to show more against INDY or he needs to sit. It’s not fair to the rest of the team to have him continue to lose games like this. I’m not a fan of Tebow, but Tebow can complete 45% of passes AND run the ball. At this point, he is a better option for the Jets!
  • Rex Ryan: Mark Sanchez still the starter

    The chants for Tim Tebow will have to wait at least another week.

    New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan said on Tuesday that there is “no question” Mark Sanchez is still the starting quarterback heading into Sunday’s game against the Indianapolis Colts. But Ryan would not speculate beyond this week, according to the New York Daily News.

    Sanchez had an up-and-down performance Monday in a 23-17 loss to the Houston Texans. He threw for 230 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions.

  • Report card: Good effort, but …
    EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Handing out grades after the Jets’ 23-17 loss to the Texans:
  • 10/9 Rex: "Our Guys Stepped Up"
    Coach Ryan discusses last night’s loss to the Houston Texans in a conference call on 10/9/12.
  • Rex Needs to Let Tebow Play a Full Series
    Maybe it’s time to let Tim play at least a full series. Not saying he should replace Mark Sanchez, but it’s time to unleash the Tebow.

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

  • During MNF, Terrell Owens informs the Jets he’s Available
    The New York Jets were on national television last night and fell short with the upset over the Houston Texans. It was clear that the lack of weapons could be one reason. Guess who wants on the bus.

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

  • TEXANS 23 – JETS 17
    Sanchez, Jets can’t run with Foster, Texans
    EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — A week after the Jets’ lifeless 35-0 performance against the San Francisco 49ers, New York showed a pulse Monday Night.
    The pulse, however, was not enough to overcome the Houston Texans — or their own miscues. Mark Sanchez threw two interceptions, both coming at costly times for [...]
  • Jets Hang Tough But Lose to Texans, 23-17
    Finally! A Jets game fans can be proud of, even if they lost to the Houston Texans 23-17 and it’s from the “moral victory” perspective! Yes, it’s a glass half full view, but the Jets did show a lot of spirit. Even though they were knocked in the mouth repeatedly, they got up and stayed [...]
  • Initial Reaction – Jets Hang Tough But Fall Short, Pick Your Narrative
    The New York Jets couldn’t make a big play late to upset the Houston Texans
  • Landry in no mood to explain absence
    EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — LaRon Landry refused to discuss an apparent disagreement that occurred on the sideline in the second quarter of the Jets’ 23-17 loss to the Texans on Monday night at MetLife Stadium.

    Landry came off the field for a few plays and sat by himself on the bench, looking upset. Players walked by, trying to talk to him, but he remained stoic. Rex Ryan and secondary coach Dennis Thurman went over to talk to him, and CB Antonio Cromartie ended up pulling Thurman away from Landry.

  • McKnight scores TD on kickoff return
    EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Joe McKnight has been switched from offense to defense, and back again, in the past few weeks. But in the Jets’ 23-17 less to the Texans, the running back and part-time cornerback showed why the Jets keep him on special teams.

    McKnight returned a kickoff 100 yards for a touchdown, and the extra point brought the Jets within 20-14 with 5:03 to play in the third quarter.

    “I thought we had the momentum after that,” McKnight said.

  • A tipsy night for Sanchez
    EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Mark Sanchez said the situation was “eerily similar” to Nov. 21, 2010, the day he pulled out a miracle win over the Texans. That day, he got the ball with less than a minute remaining and threw a game-winning touchdown pass to Santonio Holmes. This time, he got the ball with 3:28 left in the game, needing 84 yards and a touchdown.

    But the injured Holmes was a spectator Monday night at MetLife Stadium, and Sanchez was out of miracles.

  • New York Jets Week 5 Report Card
    Week 5: Houston Texans @ NY Jets Quarterbacks: D Sanchez: 14/31, 230 yards, 1 TD, 2 INT Sanchez look decent, at times. However, he made numerous mistakes -  including missing the mark on a crucial pass to Cromartie and getting numerous passes batted down at the line. In the end, he posted yet another game [...]
  • Cromartie gets snaps at wide receiver
    EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Antonio Cromartie only had one catch Monday night — and it came on defense.

    Cromartie was targeted twice as a wide receiver in the Jets’ 23-17 loss to the Texans, but was unable to come up with a reception.

    His best chance came early in the second quarter, when he got behind the defense and was streaking down the right sideline. Mark Sanchez threw a deep ball, but it was too far right, and by the time Cromartie hauled it in he was out of bounds.

  • Tebow again gets few opportunities
    EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Tim Tebow has always presented himself as the ultimate team player with the Jets. Stripped of his former starting status with the Broncos last season and getting limited reps, Tebow maintains that he is just following the script.

    But there was a moment in the Jets’ 23-17 loss to the Texans on Monday night when that may have been more difficult.

    Tebow got the Jets to within three yards of the goal line after a 13-yard run in the fourth quarter.

  • JetNation – Week 5 Power Rankings
    Here’s the updated JetNation top ten power rankings: 10) Pittsburgh Steelers: Did anyone think they won’t be in the playoff hunt? 9) Minnesota Vikings: RB Adrian Peterson is playing like he never injured his knee last season and second year quarterback Christian Ponder looks fantastic (108 for 158, 69%, 6 TDs, QBR 95.5). 8) New [...]
  • Jets Week 5 Postgame News Conference
    Jets react following game with Texans on Monday Night Football.
  • Week 5: Tim Tebow Highlights
    New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow rushes for 19 yards on 5 attempts in the Monday Night Football matchup against the Houston Texans.
  • Rex Ryan Texans Postgame News Conference
    New York Jets coach Rex Ryan discusses his team’s 23-17 loss to the Houston Texans on Monday night.
  • Week 5 Texans vs. Jets Highlights
    Arian Foster runs for 152 yards and one touchdown in the Houston Texans’ 23-17 win over the New York Jets on Monday night.
  • Sanchez to Gates for 27 yards
    New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez completes a WR Edmond Gates for a 27-yard gain.
  • Sanchez to Kerley for 39 yards
    New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez finds WR Jeremy Kerley for a 36-yard gain.
  • McKnight 100-yd Kick Return For TD
    Joe McKnight of the New York Jets takes a kick off 100 yards and a touchdown during week 5 against the Texans.
  • Jeremy Kerley 36-yd Reception
    New York Jets wide receiver Jeremy Kerley reels in a 36-yard pass from quarterback Mark Sanchez against the Houston Texans.
  • Tim Tebow Converts Fourth Down
    On fourth-and-inches, New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow takes it himself for a first down against the Houston Texans.
  • Sanchez to Cumberland 27-yd TD
    New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez finds his tight end, Jeff Cumberland, for a 27-yard touchdown.
  • Cromartie Intercepts Schaub
    New York Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie picks off Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub.

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