Posts Tagged ‘Braylon Edwards’

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Proceed with caution

March 15, 2010

The Jets want Brandon Marshall

A day after signing LaDainian Tomlinson to a two-year contract, The New York Jets have now reportedly turned their attention towards Wide Receiver Brandon Marshall.  Mike Tannenbaum is no stranger to talented players with baggage, and Marshall is the next player in line that should not be viewed without hesitation.  Read the rest of this entry ?

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The price you pay for victory

December 4, 2009

 

Mark Sanchez limps to the locker room after injuring his right knee in the Jets 19-13 victory

 

I guess the Jets should ask Joe Girardi for a refund for those sliding lessons. Well, not exactly.    

The Jets defeated the Buffalo Bills 19-13 in Toronto Thursday night, keeping their playoff dreams alive at 6-6.  Sanchez threw a go-ahead touchdown pass to Braylon Edwards before hurting his right knee, and Darrelle Revis and the Jets swarming defense finished the job en route to a victory. Sanchez finished 7-of-15 for 104 yards in an abbreviated night that was a much better performance than his previous game against Buffalo, when he threw a season-worst five interceptions, including one that set up the winning field goal.  Nonetheless, he suffered another knee injury and that might hurt his chances of playing the rest of the season.  

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J-E-T-S…. JUST END THE SEASON

November 15, 2009

The New York Jets may have seen their playoff chances fly away Sunday as they lost 24-22 against a mediocre Jaguars team.  Despite first half struggles, the Jets were in prime position to win the game in the final minutes, with their 2nd ranked defense on the field leading by 1.  There were plenty of early mistakes and missed chances, but all could have been forgiven.  Instead, Bart Scott, Kerry Rhodes and the rest of the obnoxious Jets defenders let their fan base down. 

“Embarrasing…just embarrasing” said Bart Scott after the game.

Embarrassing?  More like pathetic. 

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