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nydailynews.com Dec 10, 2012Rex Ryan's crystal ball doesn’t see beyond seven days. The Jets (6-7) may still be alive in the AFC playoff hunt, but their typically big-talking coach isn’t ready to make any grandiose predictions.Upvote Share TweetThe ex-Jet receiver that took a shot at Gang Green’s brass on Twitter recently may soon find himself in a green and white uniform. Braylon Edwards was removed from the Seahawks’ injury list Monday and will hit wit waivers at 4 p.m. Tuesday. The Jets aUpvote Share Tweet
After name drop by Rex, retired Woodall 'ready'New York Jets coach Rex Ryan jokingly names retired Al Woodall team's starting quarterback.Upvote Share Tweet
Game Balls: Two In A RowThe Jets went into Jacksonville yesterday and made a bad team look like — well — a bad team and won consecutive games for the first time this season. Embattled quarterback, Mark Sanchez, was asked by the coaching staff simply not to screw it up as theUpvote Share TweetAn MRI revealed that New York Jets wide receiver Stephen Hill has a sprained right LCL.Upvote Share TweetCan those zany New York Jets (6-7) get the final wild card for the AFC playoffs? What must happen for the New England Patriots (9-3) to get the No. 1 or No. 2 seed and a first-round bye? Do the Buffalo Bills (5-8) and Miami Dolphins (5-8) still have a m…Upvote Share TweetCNNSI.com Dec 10, 2012JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) Jacksonville Jaguars coach Mike Mularkey has been hospitalized after feeling ill.Upvote Share TweetCNNSI.com Dec 10, 2012ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) A person familiar with Fred Jackson's injury says the Buffalo Bills running back has a sprained ligament in his right knee that could force him to miss the final three games of the season.Upvote Share Tweetdeadspin.com Dec 10, 2012The New York Jets have three games left to play and despite an unexpected itchy eruption of theoretically possible playoff chances-one game behind whahuh?-they're not a draw going down the stretch. The Chargers-Jets Sunday game on Dec. 23 gets the disUpvote Share TweetThe Jets will not be playing during the Sunday Night Football game after their matchup on Monday night this coming week. Per Jason LaCanfora of CBS Sports. In week 16, Seattle/San Fran flexed to Sunday night, while Chargers/Jets moves to 1 pm - Jason LaUpvote Share Tweet
Keep Him on the LeashKristian Dyer writes for CBS New York that what the Jets did yesterday was exactly what they will need to continue to do for the next three weeks if they want to keep winning. For what Sanchez did on Sunday afternoon is exactly what he should do every g…Upvote Share Tweet
Is There an Obvious Choice Among Free Agent Receivers?While we might not yet know the diagnosis for Stephen Hill’s injury yesterday, with three games remaining in the season the Jets are going to have to consider options (again) at the receiver spot. After picking up players like Clyde Gates, Jason HillUpvote Share Tweet
Brandon Moore Provides a Wake-Up CallWith 94 yards in total offense at halftime, 50 of which came by running the football, the Jets offense looked — albeit with less terrible turnovers — much the same as it had a week ago with Mark Sanchez as the starting quarterback. Connor Orr writesUpvote Share Tweet
Buzz: Bryan Thomas Out For The Season?More bad news from Manish Mehta’s twitter feed: OLB Bryan Thomas, longest tenured Jets player, suffered what appears to be a serious pectoral injury, per source. Further tests coming #nyj A torn pectoral would usually end a player’s season even if itUpvote Share Tweetnydailynews.com Dec 10, 2012Tim Tebow sprinted onto the field following halftime to a standing ovation from his hometown crowd. Many fans wore No. 15 jerseys from his Florida days. Those were the lone cheers for Tebow because he did not get into Sunday’s game.Upvote Share Tweet
Jets A Playoff Team?Dec 10Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless give their thoughts on the Jets keeping their playoff hopes alive.