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Bart Scott isn't fazed by angry, disappointed NY Jets fans yelling slew of derogatory comments at Gang Green
nydailynews.com Updated Nov 28, 2012
Bart Scott has a message for Jets fans who heckled the team as it walked to the locker room at halftime following the 52 Seconds From Hell against the Patriots: He doesn’t care what you say or think.Upvote Share Tweet
The Jaguars, with the No. 2 spot on the waiver priority list, had dibs on defensive end Jason Babin over every team but the Chiefs. But having dibs is one thing. Using them is another. As it turns out, the Jags used their dibs over only two other teamUpvote Share TweetNew York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez has committed 41 turnovers over the last two seasons, the second-highest total in the NFL. The 41st won't be forgotten anytime soon.Upvote Share TweetFLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- New York Jets backup quarterback Tim Tebow would love to play Sunday against Arizona -- despite his broken ribs -- but he acknowledged the final call is out of his hands. Tebow has dealt with his rib injuries for several weeks but …Upvote Share TweetThe Miami Dolphins (5-6) have a huge opportunity to upset the New England Patriots (8-3) Sunday at Sun Life Stadium. But according to AccuScore, that’s not going to happen. The Dolphins only have a 35-percent chance of beating New England, according toUpvote Share TweetThe Seahawks, who picked up a win in September via one of the worst calls in recent NFL history, were upset that a potential game-clinching interception against the Dolphins was wiped out by a roughing the passer call on safety Earl Thomas. “It just looUpvote Share Tweet
AccuScore: Jets bounce backThe New York Jets embarrassed themselves on Thanksgiving. But the Arizona Cardinals have lost seven straight games. Something has to give between these two 4-7 teams. It turns out AccuScore has New York getting the win at home Sunday over the Cardinals.…Upvote Share Tweet
Belichick is concerned about Reggie BushThe New York Jets wanted to put extra "hot sauce" on Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush earlier this season. The New England Patriots, on the other hand, are just concerned with stopping Bush from making big plays. Patriots head coach Bil…Upvote Share TweetIf you tuned in to PFT Live on Wednesday, you heard from Colts rookie wide receiver T.Y. Hilton talk about his big day against the Bills in Week 12. Believe it or not, things get even better than talking to Florio. Hilton has been named the AFC special …Upvote Share Tweet
Dolphins sign Michael CoeThe Giants placed cornerback Michael Coe on season-ending injured reserve earlier this month, but his season hasn’t ended. Coe was released off of injured reserve by the Giants on Monday and his season will continue in Miami. The Dolphins announced WednUpvote Share Tweet
Low-cost tickets available to Cardinals-Jets gameAs the Jets prepare to try to turn their season around by beating the Cardinals (or at least by not running into the buttocks of any of their teammates), anyone inclined to watch the game in person will be able to do so fairly cheaply. According to CBS …Upvote Share TweetThe Buffalo Bills (4-7) will see a familiar face at quarterback Sunday when Chad Henne leads the Jacksonville Jaguars (2-9) into Ralph Wilson Stadium. This is a game involving two struggling teams, but the Henne element adds a little spice to the matchu…Upvote Share TweetMaybe if the Jets make enough bottom-of-the-roster moves, the top will magically improve. The latest through the revolving door is wide receiver Mardy Gilyard, who was signed Tuesday, according to Conor Orr of the Newark Star-Ledger. Gilyard spent a wee…Upvote Share TweetSaid Bills coach Chan Gailey of CB Justin Rogers, “I think that he can be a decent player, but he’s got to go out and do it every down.” The Dolphins gave FB Charles Clay the most playing time he’s had all season on Sunday, and he responded with aUpvote Share Tweet
Jets and Colts: Jeers and Cheerleadersnytimes.com Updated Nov 28, 2012During the N.F.L.'s Week 12, the Jets' biggest cheerleader quit, and two Colts cheerleaders shaved their heads for a cause.Upvote Share Tweet
Boston Hot Button: Biggest Threat to Patriots in AFCNov 28ESPN Boston's Field Yates and Mike Rodak debate who in the AFC are the biggest threats to the Patriots' playoff hopes.
Countdown Daily AccuScore: ARI-NYJNov 28Prim Siripipat goes inside the numbers for the Cardinals-Jets
Countdown Daily AccuScore: NE-MIANov 28Prim Siripipat goes inside the numbers for the Patriots-Dolphins.
Countdown Daily AccuScore: JAC-BUFNov 28Prim Siripipat goes inside the numbers for the Jaguars-Bills
Rolando McClain to be released by Oakland Raiders, according to sourceNov 28Oakland Raiders linebacker Rolando McClain to be released Thursday, according to source.
Jim Trotter: 49ers players continue to marvel at Kaepernick's star turnNov 28NEW ORLEANS -- This was the tipping point Who Dat Nation had been waiting on. Its beloved Saints, after surrendering 21 consecutive points, had scored to make it a one-touchdown game, and now they had 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick facing 3rd-and-11…
Clayton mailbag: Eagles spent money for nothingNov 28The Eagles tried to build their dream team with older free agents. It would be wise for teams to heed the lesson learned in Philly, writes John Clayton.