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Tom Brady has New England Patriots no-names on top of AFC East
nydailynews.com Updated Oct 16, 2013
It’s just about Tom Brady and the no-names these days for the Patriots, which means if the Jets can’t beat New England now, maybe it won’t happen again until Brady retires. The Patriots have been wiped out by injuries, and there’s no sympathy, of course…Share Tweet
This week, the Jets are about 4-point underdogs in hosting the Patriots, but a statistical model solidly favors the Jets.Share Tweet
Brady and Patriots shrug off Jets 'hate'nydailynews.com Oct 16, 2013Tom Brady is conditioned to hear trash-talking from the Jets after Antonio Cromartie said he hated him and called him an “ass----” before a playoff game three years ago, so the latest from Willie Colon didn’t raise his blood pressure.Share TweetNew Jets WR/KR Josh Cribbs had been waiting and waiting for the call back to the NFL. On Monday, he heard exactly what he was hoping for. Cribbs missed a call from his agent while he was driving his car, but received a text message that said to call bac…Share Tweet
Mehta: For staying with Jets, Rex's history is his best defensenydailynews.com Oct 16, 2013Rex Ryan will never give up the good fight against the NFL’s Evil Empire and lay his lips on Bill Belichick’s diamond-encrusted jewelry, but he sure wouldn’t mind borrowing his quarterback. Whispers surrounding Ryan’s possible ouster after the season wi…Share TweetAfter losing to the inept Steelers, and on the eve of hosting the Patriots, Jets head coach Rex Ryan instructed his players this week to take it easy. Actually, the phrase the Daily News relayed from Josh Cribbs, quoting his coach, was "don't do no…Share Tweet
Jets rookie DT: Pats' Brady isn't SupermanDespite a history of heartbreak against Tom Brady, the New York Jets believe they'll be ready for him Sunday.Share TweetRyan tells Jets to abstain from activity this weekShare Tweet
Jets injury update: Wilson (concussion) sitsFLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Cornerback Kyle Wilson suffered a concussion in last Sunday's loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, the New York Jets confirmed, and he didn't practice Wednesday. His status for Sunday against the New England Patriots remains uncertain.…Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Oct 16, 2013The Jets have played without first-round pick Dee Milliner for the last three weeks as the cornerback recovers from a hamstring injury, but they may not need to come up with other plans for a fourth straight game. Milliner returned to practice as a limi…Share Tweetthejetsblog.com Oct 16, 2013Brian Bassett, TheJetsBlog.com The Jets were taken to task last week by Heath Miller, so could a tight end get the best of the Jets this week again? The Jets are staring in the crosshairs of one of the league’s main storylines this season, the absence o…Share TweetFLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- The New York Jets likely will be facing the New England Patriots with a beat-up receiving corps. Santonio Holmes (hamstring) didn't practice Wednesday, David Nelson (undisclosed) was limited in positional drills and newcomer Greg S…Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Oct 16, 2013When Willie Colon was a Steeler, his battles with the Ravens were heated, but professional. It appears his feelings toward his newest rivals have grown more personal. The Jets right guard said he had “a lot of different reasons,” for his new distaste fo…Share TweetThe questions are bound to come up a hundred times this week: Are the New England Patriots vulnerable? Is this the New York Jets' big chance? You've heard this storyline for more than a year, and it will be on the forefront this week because the Patriot…Share Tweet
New York Hot Button: Jets vs. PatriotsOct 16This week's New York Hot Button is answered by NFL Analyst Eric Allen: Could the Jets actually beat the Patriots?
Chadiha: Not time for Texans to bench SchaubOct 16As the best quarterback in Texans history, Matt Schaub deserves a chance to play his way out of his slump, writes Jeffri Chadiha.
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Clayton's mailbag: NFC's decline helping Detroit, SeattleOct 16Clayton's mailbag: The strength-of-schedule shift has put Detroit and Seattle on favorable paths.