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By Martin Alvin Woody Johnson, in his ever-present, goofy, green, Jets tie and snappy, white, Jets cap, fired Mike Tannenbaum because Mike couldn’t fix the broken Jets … or was it because Mike broke the Jets in the first place? I’m not sure. Neither
Mehta: Usually loud Rex silent amid Gang Green messUpdated Jan 1 Share TweetRex Ryan -- the loudest coach in the NFL -- had suddenly gone quiet after avoiding the ax on a day when seven head coaches got their walking papers.Source: nydailynews.com
Jets Awful Finale Ends a 6-10 Season with Lots of QuestionsUpdated Jan 1 Share TweetBy Jordan Aaron Well, it’s finally over. We were able to go four weeks without throwing a passing TD. The only thing that was exciting about this passed game is that we can start moving on from it. It hurts to say 6-10 after the last few years, but withSource: jetsgab.com
Jets Take on Another Reclamation Project in Safety Jaiquawn JarrettUpdated Jan 1 Share TweetWhen the Jets added eight players through futures contracts, one stuck out to me in particular aside from some of the names that we’ve heard already - the name of Jaiquawn Jarrett. Jarrett was a second year draft pick for the Eagles in 2011 and wasShare TweetHere’s a new name for the list, via Jay Glazer on Twitter. Correction on Caldwell, Chargers and Jets, not Cardinals, have asked permission to interview him- Jay Glazer (@JayGlazer) January 01, 2013 Brian Bassett, theJetsBlog.com The Caldwell in questi
Ryan Ducked Media, Causes StirUpdated Jan 1 Share TweetWow, Cannizarro gets serious about the Jets this morning because of the higher ups who ducked talking to the press yesterday. I have a longtime Jets fan friend who has become so disgusted by the direction of the franchise he coined the term agnorance -Share TweetDarrelle Revis spoke with reporters on Monday and while he felt bad for Mike Tannenbaum and the situation he was in, he also told reporters the same thing he did last summer about this offense … that it needed more talent. Above all else, the cornerbackShare TweetMike Tannenbaum, who was fired by the Jets, had a decidedly mixed record in a critical role as general manager: evaluating college talent.Source: nytimes.com
Most Appealing Coaching VacancyJan 1Tedy Bruschi and Damien Woody discuss their picks for the most appealing coaching vacancy in the NFL.
What to do with Sanchez?Jan 1Charley Casserly and Solomon Wilcots debate what the New York Jets will do in the offseason with quarterback Mark Sanchez.
Peter King: Rams started their rebuilding effort the right way in 2012; ma…Jan 1On Black New Year's Day, as 11 NFL teams try to figure out what to do with either their organization, GM, coach, coaching staffs -- or all of them -- I bring you my Smart Team of the Year: the St. Louis Rams.
Jim Trotter: Seahawks defense short on marquee names, but not superstar pl…Jan 1There were 53 cornerbacks selected in the 2011 NFL draft, and Richard Sherman wasn't among the first 33 chosen. If you think that doesn't grate on him, then you don't know Sherman, who was taken in the fifth round by the Seattle Seahawks.