This is the November 22, 2012 news archive. View today's Jets rumors and news.
Five days after the Jets resuscitated their flickering playoff hopes with a rout over the Rams, Rex Ryan’s team suffered an epic meltdown at the worst possible time to the worst possible team. The Patriots embarrassed the Jets, 49-19, in a ThanksgivingShare Tweet
That game was a total disaster. What is there to say that needs to be said? There were fans dressed up in turkey outfits and pilgrim hats in the stands who looked less bizarre than the Jets players did. Jets fans, take the weekend off because the JetsShare TweetWhen the Patriots lost to the Seahawks in Week Six, they were 3-3 and hearing questions about whether they would be able to mount a challenge for the AFC crown once again this season. They’ve played five games since then and won them all. With ThursdayâShare Tweet
Pats embarrass Jets; Belichick nets 200th winESPN.com Nov 22, 2012Tom Brady threw three touchdown passes and ran for a score as the New England Patriots embarrassed the New York Jets with a 35-point second quarter in a 49-19 victory Thursday night.Share Tweet
Jets' Tebow edges President as preferred T-Day guestCNNSI.com Nov 22, 2012Jets' Tebow edges President as preferred T-Day guestShare Tweet
The Jetsiest Jets Play Ever: Mark Sanchez Fumbles After Getting Floored By His Lineman's Assdeadspin.com Nov 22, 2012A Mark Sanchez fumble, caused by a teammate's ass in mid-pratfall, returned for a touchdown. God bless you, New York Jets. You're one of life's inherently funny things, like words with "k" sounds or Millard Fillmore or talking bears. More »Share TweetBeating the Patriots was going to take something close to a flawless game from the Jets. They haven’t gotten it. Four first half turnovers have become 28 Patriots points and New England leads 28-0 with about eight minutes to play in the first half at thShare TweetNew England tight end Aaron Hernandez is active for the Patriots' game against the New York Jets after missing the last three because of a sprained right ankle.Share TweetThanksgiving night may be Tebow-free. When the Jets turn in their inactives for Thursday night’s game, quarterback Tim Tebow may be on the list. He’s questionable with a rib injury. A league source tells PFT that his availability will be determinedShare TweetJust a few hours before kickoff against the New England Patriots, the Jets have announced the promotions of wide receiver Jordan White and cornerbacks Donnie Fletcher and Darrin Walls from the practice squad. White’s promotion was a foregone conclusionShare Tweet
In or Out: The Playoffs Start NowFor the Jets, the situation is dire. On a short week against their long-time divisional rivals, the Jets need a win more than ever and this game is their biggest hurdle between now and the end of the season. Can they get the win? If they do, then theShare Tweet
Jets Receivers Questionable Going Into GameWith Gronk and Chandler Jones out of tonight’s game for the Pats, New England isn’t the only ones dealing with injuries heading into tonight’s game. Jeremy Kerley will be a game time decision, among others. Plus, Jordan White gets bumped up to the aShare Tweet
Thursday morning one-linersVarious members of the Bills tried to identify the football equivalent of Jack Taylor’s 138-point game. Though Jets S LaRon Landry visited the Patriots before signing in New York, Landry says he wants to remain a Jet. The Dolphins, though not fishes, caShare Tweet
Bold Predictions: Patriots at Jets 11/22/12In big mismatched games, we like to throw out some crazy predictions. Sometimes they work, most times they don’t. You can fully expect us to crow about the ones we get right while never mentioning the ones we totally blew. Add your bold predictionShare Tweet
Bellore’s Beard > Mangold’s Beard ?FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — The affable, somewhat sarcastic, always approachable Nick Bellore is a marked man in the Jets locker room. Bellore and his beard For 22 days now, the Jets linebacker has been the target of his teammates as part of the “No Shave NoShare TweetESPN.com Nov 22, 2012Thanksgiving is a special day to put all our worries aside and be grateful for the things we have. It’s been a rough season for our AFC East community. Only one team -- the New England Patriots (7-3) -- has a winning record. The Buffalo Bills, Miami DolShare Tweet
New York Jets running back Bilal Powell 4-yard TD runNov 22New York running back Bilal Powell bursts through the New England defensive unit for a 4-yard touchdown run, giving the Jets their first touchdown of the game.
New York Jets honor Superstorm Sandy victimsNov 22Melissa Stark tells the story of two Jets fans tragically killed in Superstorm Sandy and how the New York Jets plan to honor them at Thursday night's game.
Double Coverage: Which Ryan brother is under more pressure?Nov 22Is New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan or Dallas Cowboys defensive coordinator Rob Ryan under more pressure? Steve Wyche and Mark Kriegel discuss which Ryan brother is under more pressure.
Opening Drive: Which team will pull off the upset?Nov 22Which team is hungry enough to surprise us on Thanksgiving Day? Find out why one analyst has faith in a team that many have already written off.