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Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links October 12, 2012

Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links October 12, 2012
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  • Priceless NY: Win – Skills Competition @ Jets Training Center
    Our friends at Mastercard have another Priceless NY promotion going on and they have given us several tickets to give away to a skills competition.  This will be held at the Jets training facility in Florham Park NJ.  Here are the event details: Event: Skills Competition @ Jets Training Center Date: Tuesday, October 23rd Time: [...]
  • Where is the Pass Rush?
    Florham Park, N.J.- Ever since the Jets traded away John Abraham they have struggled to effectively pressure opposing quarterbacks and this year is no different. The Jets only have one defender with a positive pass-rushing grade (according to ProFootballFocus.com) and it’s highly unlikely you’ll guess right if you try (answer soon to come and bound to [...]
  • Turn On The Jets 12 Pack, Week 6 – Jets vs. Colts
    Turn On The Jets with 12 predictions for Jets/Colts in week 6
  • Injury report: Jets vs. Colts
    JETS

    Out: CB Darrelle Revis (knee).

    Doubtful: RB John Conner (hamstring), DT Kenrick Ellis (knee), WR Edmond Gates (shoulder), DT Sione Po’uha (back), S Eric Smith (knee).

    Questionable: C Nick Mangold (ankle).

    Probable: LB Nick Bellore (shoulder), CB Aaron Berry (ribs), CB Antonio Cromartie (shoulder), TE Jeff Cumberland (ribs), LB David Harris (hamstring), WR Stephen Hill (hamstring), T Austin Howard (back), TE Dustin Keller (hamstring), WR Jeremy Kerley (illness, finger), S LaRon Landry (heel), G Brandon Moore (hip), LB Calvin Pace (achilles), QB Mark Sanchez (back), LB Bart Scott (toe), G Matt Slauson (knee), LB Bryan Thomas (hamstring).

  • PREVIEW: Colts (2-2) vs NY Jets (2-3)
    WILL THE COLTS RUN OUT OF LUCK AT METLIFE STADIUM THIS SUNDAY?
    After an up-and-down five weeks — a period in which many pundits predicted the rise of New York’s prodigal back-up quarterback, Tim Tebow as the starter — Mark Sanchez is still the man for the New York Jets. The fourth year starter is in [...]
  • 10/12 Rex: "We Will Place Darrelle on IR"
    With the team in need of a roster spot, Darrelle Revis will be placed on injured reserve
  • New York Jets Fact Or False: Week 6 Edition
    Chris Gross gives his weekly Fact or False, previewing Jets/Colts
  • Congrats to Wesley and Mark from Jets Nation!
    Fans congratulate the Jets most recent Ring of Honor inductees, Mark Gastineau and Wesley Walker. Presented by New York Film Academy. Visit www.nyfa.edu
  • Week 6 Predictions: Jets vs. Colts
  • Practice Report: Reintroduction
    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — The Jets started off Friday’s practice by playing Jay-Z’s music from a recent concert, culminating with “Public Service Announcement.” If there ever was a team that would like to reintroduce itself it’s the Jets this Sunday.

    And it looks like a few of their skill players will be back to help them.

    Tight end Dustin Keller (hamstring) and rookie wide receiver Stephen Hill (hamstring) could return to face the Colts at 1 p.

  • Turn On The Jets Interview With Kristian Dyer
    Chris Celletti interviews Kristian Dyer of Metro New York about the state of the New York Jets
  • Jets Talk LIVE – Mike Pettine
    Defensive Coordinator talks up Demario Davis’ development
  • Turn On The Jets NFL Week 6 Best Bets
    Chris Celletti with his Best Bets for week 6 of the NFL season
  • Drew Stanton Talks About His Time WIth Jets Before Tebow Trade
    Five days before the Jets traded for Tim Tebow in March, the team had signed another backup quarterback to sit behind Mark Sanchez — current Indianapolis Colts backup Drew Stanton. Stanton talked with Newsday’s Bob Glauber about the circumstances that lead to his signing with the team, how and why he asked to be traded [...]
  • Dilfer: Sanchez Must Show Fight
    ESPN Analyst Says No. 6 Has an Opportunity to Earn “Street Cred”
  • W2W4: Jets vs. Colts
    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — This is a must-win for the Jets, based on the premise, “If they can’t beat the Colts, who can they beat?”

    The rebuilding Colts (2-2) are a motley mix of new (led by rookie QB Andrew Luck) and old (holdovers from the Peyton Manning era). They were an inspired team last week, storming back to stun the Packers and dedicating the win to their leukemia-stricken coach, Chuck Pagano. It remains to be seen whether the “Chuckstrong” emotion can travel.

  • Injury Updates 10/12/12
    During his press conference on Thursday, New York Jets head coach provided updates on several injured players.  Nobody asked Rex if these injuries should stop fans from purchasing tickets on www.sb-tickets.com. Opening Statement… I thought it was a great practice except there was a little scary moment in practice. Eric Smith goes up to knock [...]
  • New York Jets Tailgating Video
    New York Jets are a passionate bunch and that passion is on display at each home game.  When close to 80,000 fans are doing the J E T S chant at the same time it is easy to see how much Jets fans love this team.  The part that you don’t get to see on [...]
  • Fantasy Football Start \ Sit
    Hello Fantasy Football fans and welcome back to another week of over and underachievers.  We will continue to focus on guys who are ranked outside the top 20 for skill positions and top 10 for Qb’s and Te’s as many of you will have to always start a skill player in the top 20 regardless [...]
  • Luck reminds Jets of Manning, Brady
    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — The Jets are impressed with Colts rookie QB Andrew Luck. Who isn’t?

    “He’s one of those rare (quarterbacks) — Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, those types that only come along every so often,” defensive coordinator Mike Pettine said Thursday. “You can just tell, he’s a gym rat. He’s the kind of guy, even though he’s a rookie, you can’t treat him like one.”

    Andrew Luck
    #12 QBIndianapolis Colts
    2012 STATS

    Att177
    Comp96
    Yds1208
    TD7
    Int5
    Rat77.

  • Cromartie the key for a Jets win

    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — For a moment last Monday, Antonio Cromartie, now the de facto top corner for the Jets after Darrelle Revis’ season-ending injury, was vying for the top slot in the wide receiver rotation as well.

    As Cromartie flew down the field he caught a pass from Mark Sanchez and nearly — but not quite — landed with both feet in bounds. Still, he looked back at the corner guarding him, Houston’s Johnathan Joseph, and pointed out how much separation he just got.

  • Three-point stance: Indianapolis Colts
    Andrew Luck and the 2-2 Indianapolis Colts travel to play the Jets, who will host their third straight home game. Luck has played well in his rookie season and trails only former Colts star Peyton Manning, now with Denver, in Total QBR among AFC quarterbacks.

    Luck, the No. 1 pick in April’s draft, has passed for at least 300 yards in three out of his first four games.

    AFC Total QBR Leaders2012 Season

    >> Qualified players

    The Jets have measured well against the pass and currently rank sixth overall in passing defense, behind only the Steelers and Texans in the AFC.

  • Turn On The Jets Week 6 Roundtable – Jets vs. Colts Match-Ups
    The Turn On The Jets staff breaks down what match-ups they are most looking forward to in Jets/Colts
  • Injury report: Mangold misses practice again
    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — The injury report for Thursday:

    Analysis: Nick Mangold, Dustin Keller and Stephen Hill are expected to play for the Jets. FB John Conner and WR Clyde Gates are expected to miss the game. As reported earlier, Eric Smith is expected to miss multiple games with a sprained knee, sustained Wednesday in practice. The biggest question surround Sione Po’uha, but from all indications, he will miss his second straight game.

    NEW YORK JETS

    Out: CB Darrelle Revis (knee).

  • Jets Talk LIVE – Joe McKnight
    Versatile playmaker says it’s time for ground game to break out
  • New York Jets – No Room For Error Against Colts
    The New York Jets are facing a must win at home this week against the Colts
  • Sparano: Jets Need to Rush it Better
    OC Comments on Gap Scheme Plays
  • Westhoff Weighs Risk/Reward
    Special Teams Coordinator Reviews McKnight’s Scoring Return and the Onside Kick Decision
  • New York Jets Defensive Film Breakdown: Week 5
    Chris Gross breaks down the defensive game film from Jets vs. Texans
  • CROMARTIE’S CORNER: Stepping up in Revis’ Absence
    IN THE ABSENCE OF STARS DARRELLE REVIS AND SANTONIO HOLMES, ANTONIO CROMARTIE LEAVES HIS IMPRESSION ON BOTH SIDES OF THE BALL.
    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — With Revis Island closed for renovations that has meant Cromartie’s Corner is on shutdown status. For the Jets, that’s exactly what they need from their big-mouth, bigger play-making cornerback/wide receiver.
    Just [...]
  • Smith and Ellis Out. Keller and Hill Expected to play
    Florham Park, N.J.- Injuries are a part of the business that is the NFL and all teams have to deal with them, but it’s hard to imagine a team being dealt more crushing injuries to it’s most important players than the Jets. With the Jets having plenty of holes, even when healthy, and lacking the [...]

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