Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez was lifted during Sunday’s game against the Arizona Cardinals in what might have been the worst game in NFL history, or at least this week. While Greg McElroy led the Jets to a win over the Cardinals, Mark Sanchez was caught furiously scribbling on his clipboard. What could he have possibly been writing? We got a sneak peak with our spy camera.
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As we look ahead to an exciting Week 13 in the NFL, here are a few more enticing features from the week that was in case you missed them.
Is it time for the Jets to give Tim Tebow a shot at starting? Mark Kriegel says it is.
Plaxico Burress says with Mark Sanchez getting comfortable in a new offense, he believes the quarterback can lead the Jets to a Super Bowl.
Posted: Sunday, October 14th, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: CM Punk, Darrelle Revis, George C. Scott, Greg Little, Ian Rapoport, Jay Feeley, John Cena, Josh Gordon, Kansas City Chiefs, Matthew Stafford, Nate Burleson, New York Jets
John Cena‘s mantra is hustle, loyalty and respect. Well, at least two out of three isn’t bad.
Posted: Sunday, September 30th, 2012 | Adam Rank Tags: Unexpected (and expected), Andre Roberts, Brian Dawkins, Brian Hartline, Colin Kaepernick, Jamaal Charles, Kansas City Chiefs, Kevin Kolb, Los Angeles Raiders, Marcus Allen, New England Patriots, New Orleans Saints, New York Jets, San Francisco 49ers, Sean Payton, Thurman Thomas, Tom Brady
Well, this motivation poster clearly isn’t doing its job in New Orleans. You almost expect a new poster this week, maybe Sean Payton hanging from a branch with the inscription, “Hang in there, baby!”
Should New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow been in the game for more than two snaps during their loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers?
Eva Longoria and a win over the Bills? It’s been a pretty good week for Mark Sanchez. Take that, Tim Tebow.
Joe Namath had some strong words about Tim Tebow‘s standing as the New York Jets’ backup quarterback.
With the start of the 2012 season, NFL history — on both sides of the ball — is in the making. Watch how players and teams etched their way into record books in Week 1. Ed Reed Move over, Rod Woodson. Ed Reed is now the all-time leader in interception return yards with 1,497. ————————————————————————————————————————————– Peyton Manning In his return to the NFL, the Broncos quarterback threw his 400th and 401st touchdown passes. Manning is now third on the Passing TD Leaders list behind Brett Farve (#1) and Dan Marino (#2). ————————————————————————————————————————————– New England Patriots With a 34-13 defeat of the Tennessee Titans, the New England Patriots have won their last 9 season opening games, the longest current winning streak in the NFL. […]
Jim Kelly is excited to see how his Bills will match up with the Jets offense in Week 1.
Posted: Monday, September 3rd, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: NFL Network, AFC Playbook, Buffalo Bills, Mark Sanchez, Miami Dolphins, New England Patriots, New York Jets, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Ryan Tannehill, Tom Brady
Who will be the best AFC East QB in Week 1?
First up on Revis Island 2012 edition is Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson, Sunday at MetLife Stadium.
In two games last season, Johnson averaged 79.5 yards against the New York Jets’ four-time Pro Bowl cornerback. But against Darrelle Revis, 80 yards sometimes feels like 200.
What is the best storyline for the 2012 NFL season?
The New York Jets have looked like a disheveled mess in the preseason with question marks on the offensive line and a media-fueled quasi-quarterback controversy leading some to consider the temperature setting on Rex Ryan’s office recliner.
“This isn’t all on Rex,” NFL Network and NFL.com’s Steve Wyche said Tuesday morning on “NFL AM” when asked of the head coach’s precarious predicament. “This is on (general manager) Mike Tannenbaum, who put that personnel in place, who signed some guys to some contracts that have become prohibitive. They don’t seem like they have a lot of depth in a lot of areas; the talent really isn’t there.”