As the NFL pre-season is about to commence, one thing is inevitable: the national and local media will be unable to resist the temptation of calling the Jets a circus. There's one problem with this stereotype: It has nothing to do with reality.
The animosity of the home crowd toward Smith was so intense Sunday that one could almost forget the vitriol once dedicated to the Jets' previous embattled quarterback, Mark Sanchez.
It is worth keeping in mind, though, that after every catastrophic phase, after every setback, both Greece and the NY Jets have managed to survive, recover and, on occasion, prosper. Both Greeks and Gang Green nation are nothing but truly resilient.
The New York Jets have just announced a Mark Sanchez jersey buyback sale that launches Thursday night. This, finally, is the kind of positive publicity the New York Jets are rewarding their long suffering fans with.
A Harris poll shows that the NFL popularity is at an all time high. 59 percent of the population says they follow pro football. The other 41 percent follow the Browns.
I realize that New York City is a tough town to play in because it is the media capital or the world and all that, but does it have to be that way? Can compassion and optimism at least be considered?
The New York Daily News reports that the Jets will try to trade quarterback Mark Sanchez after the season.
The nationally televised humiliation of Tim Tebow by the New York Jets started from day one.
The Jets show Mark Sanchez the bench as Greg McElroy will start Sunday against San Diego.
Mark Sanchez is getting paid 8.3 million dollars from the New York Jets next year regardless of whether he is on their team, another NFL team or layin...
The best NFL teams perennially rise and fall with their quarterback and good or bad play at that one spot can make all the difference. Last year's In...
Where's Donald Trump when you need him to say "You're Fired" to some Jet coaches, players and perhaps even the GM?
Lost in the saga over unnamed Jets players ripping Tim Tebow is the clear indication that they would rather lose with Mark Sanchez as quarterback than win with Tebow.
There's a reason why the 300 section at Metlife stadium is called the nosebleed area, and it has nothing do with the height of the seats.
The Jets have got to do something about the Tebow situation. Whatever Tim Tebow was brought in to do, it's time to change the strategy or abort the mission.
Of all the people who should know better, it's Rex Ryan. He had three opportunities to save the game and the Jets season in the fourth quarter Monday night and passed on all of them. In the end, the Jets lost 23-17.