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Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links October 15, 2012

Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links October 15, 2012
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  • New York Jets Week 6 Grade Report – High Marks
    The grade report for the New York Jets week 6 trouncing of the New England Patriots
  • Sanchez Breakdown: Efficient, Sufficient
    Rob Celletti breaks down Mark Sanchez’s performance against the Indianapolis Colts
  • Revis Surgery Set for Tomorrow, Focused on Return
    Florham Park, N.J.- Today was the first time Darrelle Revis talked to the media since his season-ending injury in Miami three weeks ago and it was quite obvious that this entire process has been wearing on him. You could see the hurt in his eyes as well as hear it in his voice.
    “I know it [...]
  • 10/15 Rex: "It’s Gonna be a Slugfest All the Way"
    Coach Ryan discusses being locked in a 4-way tie in the AFC East.
  • No Huddle – New York Jets Very Much Alive Edition
    TJ Rosenthal goes No Huddle on the New York Jets after their big win over the Indianapolis Colts. Are they ready for New England?
  • NY Jets Tailgate (vs Houston Texans)
    Courtney Aurillo was back at Metlife Stadium before the New York Jets game vs the Houston Texans. Talking to NY Jets fans who certainly know how to support the Jets.  If you have a great tailgate and would like to have us stop by before a game, drop a comment in the Jets Nation forum [...]
  • Report card: Straight A’s … no joke
    EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Handing out some good grades (for a change) after the Jets’ 35-9 rout of the Colts:
  • Darrelle Revis News Conference 10/15
    Star CB to undergo surgery on Tuesday
  • Jets Replay: Aaron Maybin
    OLB says defense finally hitting its stride
  • Jets Replay: Nick Bellore
    New Target in the Jets Attack Reflects on his 4th Down Conversion
  • Jets Replay: Antonio Allen
    Rookie Safety Racks up a Sack in his Pro Debut
  • Stock watch: Risers and fallers
    Some of the studs and duds from Sunday’s 35-9 rout of the Colts:

    THREE UP

    Shonn Greene: The Colts’ run defense is about as imposing as a troop of Boy Scouts, but there was something about Greene’s performance (other than the 161 yards and three TDs) that made you take notice. He looked fresh and quick, the way he did at the end of his rookie season. He also ran cut backs better than he has all season — definitely a positive sign for the running game.

  • Playing-time analysis: Defense
    A breakdown of the defensive snaps from Sunday’s game (based on a total of 71):

    DEFENSIVE LINE

    Muhammad Wilkerson — 55 snaps/77 percent

    Quinton Coples — 55 snaps/77 percent

    Mike DeVito — 30 snaps/42 percent

    Daniel Muir — 12 snaps/17 percent

    Damon Harrison — 7 snaps/10 percent

    LINEBACKER

    David Harris — 66 snaps/93 percent

    Calvin Pace — 58 snaps/82 percent

    Aaron Maybin — 36 snaps/51 percent

    Bart Scott — 34 snaps/48 percent

    Demario Davis — 30 snaps/42 percent

    Bryan Thomas — 23 snaps/32 percent

    Garrett McIntyre — 8 snaps/11 percent

    Nick Bellore — 5 snaps/7 percent

    SECONDARY

    Antonio Cromartie — 71 snaps/100 percent

    LaRon Landry — 71 snaps/100 percent

    Yeremiah Bell — 71 snaps/100 percent

    Kyle Wilson — 70 snaps/99 percent

    Ellis Lankster — 49 snaps/69 percent

    Antonio Allen — 11 snaps/15 percent

    Josh Bush — 10 snaps/14 percent

    Isaiah Trufant — 9 snaps/13 percent

    Analysis: The lopsided outcome allowed some veterans in the front seven to get a rest.

  • Playing-time analysis: Offense
    A breakdown of the Jets’ offensive snaps from Sunday (based on a total of 64):

    QUARTERBACK

    Mark Sanchez — 60 snaps/94 percent

    Tim Tebow — 6 snaps/9 percent

    RUNNING BACK

    Shonn Greene — 42 snaps/66 percent

    Lex Hilliard — 22 snaps/34 percent

    Bilal Powell — 14 snaps/22 percent

    Joe McKnight — 8 snaps/12 percent

    TIGHT END

    Dustin Keller — 48 snaps/75 percent

    Jeff Cumberland — 36 snaps/56 percent

    Jason Smith (OT) — 22 snaps/34 percent

    Konrad Reuland — 4 snaps/6 percent

    WIDE RECEIVER

    Chaz Schilens — 50 snaps/78 percent

    Jeremy Kerley — 40 snaps/62 percent

    Stephen Hill — 18 snaps/28 percent

    Jason Hill — 13 snaps/20 percent

    Antonio Cromartie — 1 snap/2 percent

    Analysis: Greene was right when he said he’s the No.

  • MORNING AFTER REPORT: Running the Show
    AFTER ALL-OUT WIN AGAINST THE COLTS, THE JETS PASSED (OR RAN) WITH FLYING COLORS IN THIS WEEK’S GRADING.
    [Removes foot from mouth].
    One thing that can be said sure regarding the New York Jets through the first six weeks of the season: when at their best, they look damn good. On Sunday against the Colts they looked [...]
  • Jets Replay: Coach Ryan Postgame Speech 10/14
    Jets HC Addresses his Team after their 35-9 Victory over the Colts
  • Jets D to Andrew: Tough luck, kid
    EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Rex Ryan’s defense can be tough on rookie quarterbacks — even if the rookie is a No. 1 overall pick/franchise savior.

    The Colts’ Andrew Luck, coming off a breakthrough performance last week, fell back to earth in Sunday’s 35-9 loss to the Jets. He completed only 22 of 44 passes for 280 yards, including two interceptions and an overthrow in the end zone that could’ve changed the complexion of the game.

    “I know I played very poorly on my end,” Luck said.

  • Tebow, Bellore team up on punt fake
    EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Jets linebacker Nick Bellore had never had a pass intentionally thrown his way — not at any level, even going back to Pop Warner football.

    So when backup quarterback Tim Tebow hit him with a 23-yard pass from the punt formation on a 4th-and-11 just before halftime Sunday against the Colts, Bellore was suddenly tied for the most receiving yards in the game.

    “That’s what I planned going into the game — being one of the leading receivers on the team,” joked Bellore.

  • Sources: Powell has dislocated shoulder
    EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — The Jets will be down one, possibly two running backs next Sunday when they face the Patriots.

    Backup RB Bilal Powell, also their third-down back, suffered a dislocated shoulder in the third quarter of Sunday’s 35-9 win over the Colts, according to league sources. Powell, who will have an MRI exam Monday, will miss at least one game.

    Two plays after Powell’s injury, third-string RB Joe McKnight left with an ankle injury.

  • Jets Clobber the Colts, Players take to Twitter
    I like it when the Jets win for obvious reasons, but another one would be that when the Jets pull off a W, the players flock to twitter. Here are some of the tweets after the Jets dismantled the…

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

  • Rex Ryan And Tim Tebow On The Fake Punt
    Rex Ryan was asked about the Tim Tebow fake punt pass to Nick Belore.  Here is what he had to say: On the fake punt pass… (Coach Westhoff) Westy talked about it. We had talked about if we had that opportunity. It showed up. We got what we were looking for and Tim (Tebow) just [...]
  • JETS 35 – COLTS 9
    It’s “Greene Day” as veteran RB runs all over young Colts in Jets rout.
    EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ- Now that’s how to ground-and-pound your way to a victory. The Jets were clicking on all levels in today’s win and played a near perfect game, with the only exception being too many penalties, but the running game [...]
  • Initial Reaction – Return Of Ground And Pound, Jets Back To .500
    The New York Jets got back to .500 by steamrolling the Indianapolis Colts behind a power running game
  • New York Jets Report Card: Week 6
    New York Jets Report Card – Week 6: Colts @ Jets Quarterbacks: B- Sanchez: 11/18, 82 yards, 2 TD, 0 INT Sanchez can still improve his efficiency, but this is a step in the right direction. No turnovers is a positive sign. Sanchez was not plagued by tipped passes or miscommunication, as he has been [...]
  • Rapid Reaction: Jets 35, Colts 9

    EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — The Jets played their best all-around game of the season, overwhelming the young and rebuilding Colts 35-9 at MetLife Stadium. The Jets (3-3) snapped a two-game losing streak in what amounted to a must-win.

    What it means: After four weeks of ugly and occasionally mediocre football, the Jets needed a confidence-boosting win. For one afternoon anyway, they regained their Ground & Pound identity — Shonn Greene ran for a career-high 161 yards and three TDs — and they played suffocating defense.

  • Jets Week 6 Postgame News Conference
    Jets react following game with Colts

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