Posts Tagged ‘New York Jets’

Montee Ball could get his shot with Broncos

In today’s Three and Out: Montee Ball appears ready to take the reins of the Broncos running game.

Michael Vick could provide interesting fit for Jets

In today’s Three and Out: Could Michael Vick land with the Jets? Could Johnny Manziel go to the Raiders? Meanwhile, Kirk Cousins probably isn’t going anywhere.

Christine Michael’s chances could increase in 2014

In today’s Three and Out: There could be a battle brewing for Seattle’s No. 2 running back job and the Jets could be looking for a No. 1 receiver.

Norv Turner planning big changes for Adrian Peterson

In today’s Three and Out: Norv Turner wants to find new ways to get Adrian Peterson the ball; the Jets are looking to upgrade at wide receiver.

Teams interested in Mark Sanchez, says coach

In today’s Three and Out: Could Mark Sanchez find another starting job? Is it time to think twice about Danny Amendola?

That Helps No One: Geno Smith goes Broadway

A lot of things have been said and written about Geno Smith this season. Let me add two more that probably haven’t been used much — if at all. Fantasy stud. That was the case on Sunday when the Jets rookie quarterback threw for 214 yards with two passing touchdowns while rushing for another 48 yards and a score in New York’s win over the Cleveland Browns. In total, it adds up to 27.36 points — more than Cam Newton, Drew Brees and Adrian Peterson. Combined. It was also a season high for the former West Virginia star in an up-and-down season that has now seen him score better than 20 points twice in the past three weeks. All of that is wonderful news, […]

Santonio Holmes expected to miss a few weeks

In today’s Three and Out: Santonio Holmes thins out an already thin jets WR corps while Willis McGahee might be more like Trent Richardson than he gives himself credit for being.

Jacoby Jones to have MRI on sprained knee

In today’s Three and Out: Jacoby Jones is set to undergo an MRI on his sprained knee; there’s more big talk surrounding the Dolphins offense.

Gronk practices again, White should be healthy

Gronkowski has second straight limited practice: It may not sound like a big deal at first, but it is considering Gronk seems to be a tad ahead of schedule in his estimated return. I remember reading some articles which wondered whether Gronk’s entire 2013 season was in jeopardy. Now, it appears as if he’ll be back before the calendar turns to October. If you drafted him and stashed him on your bench while living with whatever fill-in you could find, chances are you’ll be rewarded for your patience. Holmes misses Thursday practice: Santonio Holmes took a scheduled day off from practice on Thursday, and the team said it’s because they’re trying to limit his reps. Scheduled or not, no one […]

Jets go with Geno … for now …

Jets show lukewarm commitment to Smith: By now, you’ve surely heard that Geno Smith will be starting under center for the Jets against the Buccaneers in Week 1. Rex Ryan said the team isn’t committed to Smith beyond the opener. Well, that’s certainly reassuring. Whether the reason behind this decision is because Mark Sanchez’s shoulder is still healing really isn’t relevant. What is relevant is you shouldn’t have either Smith or Sanchez anywhere near your fantasy roster. The Jets offense is a mess from top to bottom, and it’s not easy to envision where their point production will come from. Maybe Smith’s game will evolve and develop after he gains some real in-game experience, but for now, he belongs on […]

Competition is strong for Seahawks No. 2 RB job

In today’s Three and Out: There’s a battle to see who will back up Marshawn Lynch and it’s looking more likely that Jeff Tuel starts Week 1.

Mark Sanchez out of preseason finale

In today’s Three and Out: More QB drama for the Jets and Maurice Jones-Drew’s recovery could be slowed.

Le’Veon Bell, Isaac Redman listed as co-starters

In today’s Three and Out: Logjam at the top of the Steelers’ RB depth chart? Braylon Edwards says he can ‘play at an elite level’, we’re not so sure.

Bills plan to work C.J. Spiller

In today’s Three and Out: C.J. Spiller is going to run, run and run some more in Buffalo while Chris Ivory won’t be running any time soon for the Jets.

Training Camp: Unneccessary quarterback controversies

Quarterback uncertainty can be tough for a team this time of year.  Just ask Michael Vick, who plead, very publicly, with coach Chip Kelly to cut the Eagles’ quarterback contest short for the good of the team. Does Vick have a point? No team entering camp with a quarterback controversy in 2013 was particularly great on offense in 2013. With a prolonged battle at the most important position on the field, the other ten offensive starters only stand to lose valuable practice time. That problem only worsens if there’s a clear-cut favorite at quarterback on the roster right now. The Eagles have a serious quarterback competition, but the same can’t be said for other squads around the NFL. With that in […]

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