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nydailynews.com Oct 7, 2012The Texans’ Andre Johnson was stymied by Darrelle Revis in the past and while he should see more double coverage this time, he’ll also have more opportunities to beat Antonio Cromartie, who, as good as he is, isn’t Revis.Share Tweetnydailynews.com Oct 7, 2012For all the criticism and second-guessing that Mark Sanchez has endured through the years, his biggest challenge begins on a national stage Monday night with a no-name supporting cast.Share TweetThree games are in the books for Week 5 in the AFC East. The division went 2-1 on Sunday with the New York Jets still on the docket against the Houston Texans on "Monday Night Football." Here are four things we learned about the AFC East durin…Share TweetThe backup quarterback is always more popular than the starter because he is an unknown quantity; he theoretically could be better than the starter. Tim Tebow is not an unknown quantity. We know exactly what his strengths and weaknesses are. His strengt…Share Tweet
Open Thread: Week 5 Sunday Gamesthejetsblog.com Oct 7, 2012With the Jets playing the Monday nighter, here’s a chance for you to talk about the games you are watching unfold this afternoon. The battle for Pennsylvania resumes when Philly takes on Pittsburgh, the Atlanta-Washington game actually has promise andShare Tweet
BGA: The Expendables — Update #1thejetsblog.com Oct 7, 2012Every year, teams have to let some players go. Even though the Jets brought back Sione Po’uha, Bryan Thomas and Nick Folk, they chose not to bring everyone back. During preseason, I kept track of the progress on the guys who left so we could at least stShare Tweetprofootballtalk.com Oct 7, 2012It’s a homecoming day for Bills WR Stevie Johnson. Turnovers have been the biggest negative about Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill’s performance in his first four weeks. Patriots WR Brandon Lloyd is looking forward to his matchup with Champ Bailey. The JetsShare Tweet