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Rex's push-up plan not workingNASHVILLE -- So is the answer more push-ups? For the second straight week, the New York Jets were an undisciplined football team, committing 10 penalties for 66 yards in a 38-13 loss to the Tennessee Titans Sunday at LP Field. That makes 30 penalties in…Share Tweet
Bad defensive day turns into slapstickNASHVILLE -- Can we please postpone the coronation of the New York Jets' defense? Full of confidence after last week's eight-sack beat down of the Buffalo Bills, the Jets were sliced and diced by Jake Locker and Ryan Fitzpatrick, who combined for four t…Share TweetNASHVILLE, Tenn. -- If Mark Sanchez were healthy, the New York Jets would have one salacious quarterback controversy. But his injured right shoulder won’t be healed until November, if then, so they have little choice but to ride with Geno Smith. Better …Share TweetNASHVILLE -- The New York Jets might have to face the Atlanta Falcons next Monday night without their starting receivers, Santonio Holmes and Stephen Hill. Hill suffered a head injury on the second play of the Jets' 38-13 loss to the Tennessee Titans, w…Share Tweet
Don Banks: Seattle's latest road victory sends message to rest of NFC; more SnapsCNNSI.com Sep 29, 2013NASHVILLE, Md. -- Musings, observations and the occasional insight as we review the results of Week 4 in the NFL, and watch the surprising 3-1 Titans dispatch the Jets at LP Field. ...Share Tweet
Nate Washington jumps over Antonio Cromartie and plows over official to get touchdownyahoo.com Sep 29, 2013Everyone in the stadium was watching a long pass to Titans receiver Nate Washington on Sunday, including the back judge, Billy Smith. Something tells us Smith should have kept an eye on the players coming right at him.During the Titans' 38-13 win over t…Share Tweetdeadspin.com Sep 29, 2013Jake Locker's excellent game against the Jets was painfully cut short with a hip injury in the third quarter.Read more...Share Tweet
The Jets Are Jetsing Really Hard Right Nowdeadspin.com Sep 29, 2013So, how about those 2-1 Jets? Showing a little bit of promise early in this season, aren't they? Not so much.Read more...Share TweetNASHVILLE -- As expected, rookie cornerback Dee Milliner and running back Chris Ivory -- both with injured hamstrings -- were among the New York Jets' inactive players Sunday against the Tennessee Titans. The Jets announced before the game that Darrin W…Share TweetWide receiver Kenny Britt won’t be able to impress any potential trading partners for the Titans on Sunday. Britt is inactive for Tennessee’s home date with the Jets. Britt is suffering from a rib injury, although his role in the team’s offense has been…Share TweetThe Bills defense had a tough time stopping Geno Smith and the Jets last weekend, but things have gone a lot better in the first half against the Ravens. Buffalo leads 20-7 after totally shutting down the Baltimore offense through the first 30 minutes. …Share TweetThird and long hasn’t gone well for the Bills on either side of the ball. The Dolphins have a long history on Monday Night Football. Which Patriots are next in line for a contract extension? The former Jets that made up the New York Sack Exchange see so…Share Tweet
Quote: Moving on: “That was last year. We’re talking about the …thejetsblog.com Sep 29, 2013“That was last year. We’re talking about the 2013 season now and we’re 2-1 and we’ve got the opportunity to be 3-1 through the first quarter of the season.” – Antonio Cromartie to the Record on Jets-Titans game last yearShare Tweet
QBs Determine Jets-Titans OutcomeSep 29Rich Cimini and Paul Kuharsky break down the Titans' 38-13 win over the Jets.
Sunday Blitz: Jets-Titans RecapSep 29Jim Basquil and Eric Allen break down the Titans week 4 win over the Jets.
Jets postgame press conferenceSep 29Jets react following game with Titans
Locker Carted Off In Titans' WinSep 29Jake Locker left the game in the third quarter after suffering a hip injury as the Titans defeated the Jets 38-13.