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Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links October 10, 2012

Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links October 10, 2012
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  • Jeff Cumberland Latest Jet to Delete Twitter Account
    Jets Tight End Jeff Cumberland apparently deleted his account as some followers noticed this past week when they tried to reference him because of his dropped pass at the end of the Texans MNF game.

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

  • MORNING AFTER REPORT: The Good, Bad & Ugly
    The good news is the New York Jets showed progress on both sides of the ball last night. The bad news was the same old story for both sides of the ball: third-down efficiency, stopping/using the rushing attack and overall inconsistencies.
    The 23-17 loss to the undefeated Houston Texans could be viewed as a moral victory [...]
  • Jets sign Muir, place Mauga on IR
    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — The Jets have signed defensive tackle Daniel Muir and placed linebacker Josh Mauga on injured reserve with a torn pectoral muscle. Muir will be needed to produce right away — the team is thin at the defensive tackle spot as Sione Po’uha and Kenrick Ellis battle injuries.

    Muir, 29, signed with the Packers in 2007 after not being drafted out of Kent State. Muir later played for the Colts from 2008-11, starting 26 games during that time.

  • Keller, Hill to return to practice
    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Good news for the Jets’ struggling offense: TE Dustin Keller and WR Stephen Hill, both battling hamstring injuries, are slated to return to practice Wednesday. They will be limited, but it’s a step toward returning to game action.

    Keller has a better chance than Hill of playing Sunday against the Colts, according to Rex Ryan, who reiterated what he said Tuesday: He expects Keller to be back out there after missing four games.

  • New York Jets – Embrace The Youth Movement
    It is time for the New York Jets to stop playing old, unproductive players who won’t be on the roster next year
  • Mark’s joy of six? Don’t think so
    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Two days ago, the Jets played in the 666th Monday Night Football game, naturally fueling Satanic references. Well, you ain’t seen nothing yet.

    Mark Sanchez’s current stat line is … uh … rather beastly. Check it out:

    Mark Sanchez
    No. 6 | QBNew York Jets
    2012 STATS


    • Touchdown passes: 6
    • Interceptions: 6
    • Passer rating: 66.6
    • Average yards per attempt: 6.

  • 10/10 Rex: "I Think We’ll Get Better"
    Coach Ryan believes the defense still has what it takes to break into the top 5
  • Here Comes the Boom
    Actor Kevin James visits the Jets
  • Post Game Drill
    In the aftermath of a disappointing 23-17 loss to the Houston Texans, a game the Jets showed infinitely more heart than they did a week earlier, I want to attempt to point out some positives we as fans can draw.  The Jets sit at 2-3 but are certainly in no way playing for draft position [...]
  • Playing-time analysis: Defense
    A breakdown of the defensive snaps from Monday night’s game (based on a total of 66):


    Muhammad Wilkerson — 55 snaps, 83 percent

    Mike DeVito — 51 snaps, 77 percent

    Kenrick Ellis — 40 snaps, 61 percent

    Quinton Coples — 30 snaps, 45 percent

    Damon Harrison — 5 snaps, 8 percent


    Davis Harris — 66 snaps, 100 percent

    Calvin Pace — 65 snaps, 98 percent

    Bart Scott — 46 snaps, 70 percent

    Bryan Thomas — 36 snaps, 55 percent

    Garrett McIntyre — 18 snaps, 27 percent

    Aaron Maybin — 12 snaps, 18 percent

    Josh Mauga — 11 snaps, 17 percent

    Demario Davis — 10 snaps, 15 percent


    Antonio Cromartie — 66 snaps, 100 percent

    Yeremiah Bell — 65 snaps, 98 percent

    Kyle Wilson — 59 snaps, 89 percent

    LaRon Landry — 53 snaps, 80 percent

    Eric Smith — 23 snaps, 35 percent

    Ellis Lankster — 14 snaps, 21 percent

    Josh Bush — 2 snaps, 3 percent

    Analysis: Some interesting developments here.

  • Fantasy Football Waiver Wire
    We are now 5 weeks in and the lack major impact free agents have continued week in and week out.  We have 2 open running back positions but of course they are on teams that have shaky offensive lines and do not always commit to the run.  But last week we had a few good [...]
  • Jets’ Matt Slauson taking a TON of Heat from his Hit on Brian Cushing
    Offensive guard Matt Slauson is taking a lot of heat for the play where he hit Brian Cushing low during the Monday Night Football game.

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

  • Chad Johnson Follows T.O. and Tweets that he is Available for the Jets
    Not to be left out, Chad Johnson, the former football player formerly known as OchoCinco, indirectly put the Jets on notice that he is also available.

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

  • Film study: Tebow package gets messy
    The Jets were right: The Wildcat is causing a lot of confusion — for them, not the opponent.

    They wasted two timeouts and hurried another play — all in the fourth quarter of Monday night’s 23-17 loss to the Texans — and the common denominator was … you guessed it, the Tim Tebow package.

    The first two hiccups came after long gainers. After a 36-yard completion, OC Tony Sparano wanted to change on the fly with the ball at the Houston 16 with 13:17 remaining.

  • A cheap shot by Slauson?
    Matt Slauson might not want to take a trip to Houston anytime soon. The Jets’ guard is taking a lot of heat for his cut-block on Texans LB Brian Cushing, which resulted in a torn ACL for the team’s defensive MVP. The Texans confirmed the knee injury Tuesday, meaning Cushing is lost for the season — a devastating blow.

    It happened in the second quarter of the Texans’ 23-17 win Monday night at MetLife Stadium. On a run off right tackle, Slauson dived at Cushing’s lower legs from behind.

  • New York Jets Week 5 Report Card – Good Effort?
    Turn On The Jets hands out grades for the Jets week 5 game against Houston
  • LB Mauga out for the season
    The Jets lost a key backup and core special-teams player Tuesday with the news that Josh Mauga will miss the remainder of the season with a torn pectoral muscle, according to a league source.

    Mauga, injured late in Monday night’s 23-17 loss to the Texans, became the third player in the last three games to suffer a season-ending injury. He joined CB Darrelle Revis (knee) and WR Santonio Holmes (foot) on that list.

    In five games, Mauga played in 50 defensive snaps (14 percent of the team’s total).

  • Jets, Texans Review
    Jets show improvement, but drop a 2nd consecutive home game
  • Turn On The Jets Stock Watch: Jets vs. Texans Edition
    Mike Donnelly with his weekly Stock Watch, which is buying and selling after Jets/Texans

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