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Lupica: Rex feels fans' pain about Jets season

Lupica: Rex feels fans' pain about Jets season

nydailynews.com Updated Nov 17, 2012
The Jets have been backing up for a while now, back to when they were 8-5 last season before the bottom fell out. They have lost nine of 12 games since then, lost those games by an average of 16 points. You think about where they were at 8-5, even where…
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  • Jets hitched to Sanchez with season on brink

    Jets hitched to Sanchez with season on brink

    nydailynews.com Nov 17, 2012
    The Jets may look nothing like the offensive juggernaut that exploded in the season opener, but Rex Ryan & Co. still believe it’s not too late to reverse course and keep their shrinking playoff hopes alive. Ryan’s 3-6 team has scored just one touchdow
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  • If NY Jets teammates think Tim Tebow is so ‘terrible,’ let the …

    If NY Jets teammates think Tim Tebow is so ‘terrible,’ let the quarterback prove it

    It was a bad idea back in March when the Jets traded for Tim Tebow and it looks even worse in November, especially following the events of last week when teammates and members of the organization trashed him.
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  • BGA: Scouting Kahlil Bell

    BGA: Scouting Kahlil Bell

    thejetsblog.com Nov 17, 2012
    Earlier this week, the Jets signed free agent running back Kahlil Bell. Jets fans might not know too much about Bell, so I’ve been looking at game footage in detail to investigate what he could bring to the table. Bell spent his first three years in the
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  • Raissman: Jenkins backtracks on KOing Sanchez comment

    Raissman: Jenkins backtracks on KOing Sanchez comment

    nydailynews.com Nov 17, 2012
    From Joe Namath, the original rebel with a cause, to Marty Lyons, to Ray Lucas, to Damien Woody to Joe Klecko, the coaches, Bill Parcells, Herman Edwards, and others. They all walk softly and carry big mouths.
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  • The Playbook: Jets (3-6) at Rams (3-5-1)

    The Playbook: Jets (3-6) at Rams (3-5-1)

    The bad-mouthing of Tim Tebow by anonymous teammates is symptomatic of a larger problem on a 3-6 team whose season is spiraling away in a series of ugly losses. If it keeps up, they could soon be playing for the jobs of Rex Ryan and Mike Tannenbaum.
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  • Jets GM not worried about job security

    Jets GM not worried about job security

    ESPN.com Nov 17, 2012
    The New York Jets created another media circus this week when teammates anonymously ripped quarterback Tim Tebow. That controversy, along with a 3-6 record, forced owner Woody Johnson make a rare media appearance and lay down a verbal gauntlet this week…
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  • Howard Remains Thankful for Mentor, Wayne Hunter

    Howard Remains Thankful for Mentor, Wayne Hunter

    thejetsblog.com Nov 17, 2012
    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Jets starting right tackle Austin Howard knows a different side to Wayne Hunter. He is of course the most polarizing man on the Jets last year not named Brian Schottenheimer and fans loved to abuse and ridicule Hunter. The Jets star
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  • Early draft primer: Miami Dolphins

    Early draft primer: Miami Dolphins

    ESPN.com Nov 17, 2012
    Let’s be honest: Playoff chances are virtually over for three teams in the AFC East. The New York Jets (3-6), Miami Dolphins (4-6) and Buffalo Bills (4-6) already have played their way out of contention in 2012. Unless one of these teams can run the tab
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  • Saturday morning one-liners

    Saturday morning one-liners

    profootballtalk.com Nov 17, 2012
    South Korean rapper Psy will go Gangnam Style when the Bills host the Seahawks next month.  (Maybe Reggie Bush will show up to help sing the “Hey, sexy lady!” part.) Jets CB Darrelle Revis says “[t]his week has been a tough week for the team. . . .
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  • Mike Tannenbaum defends trading for Tim Tebow

    Mike Tannenbaum defends trading for Tim Tebow

    profootballtalk.com Nov 17, 2012
    Jets General Manager Mike Tannenbaum’s decision to trade for quarterback Tim Tebow this offseason has been a non-factor on the field at best and a major distraction off the field at worst. But Tannenbaum isn’t willing to call that trade a mistake. Tan
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  • Video - Inconsistency is at  the forefront of New York Jets' problems 01:51

    Inconsistency is at the forefront of New York Jets' problems

    Nov 17
    The New York Jets continue to struggle to find consistency in 2012 and Brian Billick doesn't see things getting fixed soon.