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Somewhere over the last two years, the Jets have lost their way. GM Mike Tannenbaum has lost his touch with personnel. Coach Rex Ryan has lost his bravado. Quarterback Mark Sanchez has lost his confidence as the offensive line has lost its ability to pr…
Gang Green has eyes on gettin' Luck-yUpdated Oct 13, 2012 Share TweetOne afternoon in the spring of 2009, Konrad Reuland, then a Stanford tight end, played a game of pickup basketball with football teammates inside the Arrillaga Center for Sports and Recreation on the east end of campus.Share TweetThis game would have looked like a walkover for the Jets at the beginning of the season but not now, with the Colts at 2-2. Luck's game-winning drive against the Packers could be remembered as the seminal moment of his career.
Matchup: Colts (2-2) at Jets (2-3)Updated Oct 13, 2012 Share TweetA shaky performance by Mark Sanchez against Indianapolis - after regaining his favorite receiver, Dustin Keller, and another outside threat, Stephen Hill - would be a disaster heading into next week's game at New England.Source: nytimes.com
Sunday Morning QB: The strife of RyanUpdated Oct 13, 2012 Share TweetRex Ryan has reached the first crisis in his four years coaching the Jets. It’s bigger than Mark Sanchez eating a hot dog on the sidelines, or Ryan flipping the bird to a bunch of Dolphins fans at an offseason event.
Behind Enemy Lines: Five Questions for ColtsAuthorityUpdated Oct 13, 2012 Share TweetWe asked Greg Cowan over at ColtsAuthority.com (formerly 18to88.com) to answer some questions about this weekend’s matchup between the Colts and the Jets. Here’s what Greg thought about his team and their chances this weekend. Be sure to read my ansSource: thejetsblog.comShare TweetProfessional wrestler John Cena will be an honorary captain for the Jets' game against the Colts on Sunday. Cena will lead a J-E-T-S chant before the game, according to the WWE.Share TweetTexans linebacker Brian Cushing suffered a torn ACL when Jets guard Matt Slauson dove at Cushing’s knee on Monday night. Asked whether Cushing regards the hit as a dirty play, Cushing opted to avoid the debate. “Whether it was or it wasn’t, I’mSource: profootballtalk.com