New York Jets
2009 REGULAR SEASON
Sunday, 09/13/09 1:00 PM Houston @ Houston CBS 1050 ESPN W
Sunday, 09/20/09 1:00 PM New England New England CBS 1050 ESPN W
Sunday, 09/27/09 1:00 PM Tennessee Tennessee CBS 1050 ESPN
Sunday, 10/04/09 4:05 PM New Orleans @ New Orleans CBS 1050 ESPN
Monday, 10/12/09 8:30 PM Miami @ Miami ESPN 1050 ESPN
Sunday, 10/18/09 4:15 PM Buffalo Buffalo CBS 1050 ESPN
Sunday, 10/25/09 4:05 PM Oakland @ Oakland CBS 1050 ESPN
Sunday, 11/01/09 1:00 PM Miami Miami CBS 1050 ESPN
Week 9 - BYE BYE
Sunday, 11/15/09 1:00 PM Jacksonville Jacksonville CBS 1050 ESPN
Sunday, 11/22/09 TBA* New England @ New England TBA* 1050 ESPN
Sunday, 11/29/09 TBA* Carolina Carolina TBA* 1050 ESPN
Thursday, 12/03/09 8:20 PM Buffalo @ Buffalo NFL Network
Sunday, 12/13/09 TBA* Tampa Bay @ Tampa Bay TBA* 1050 ESPN
Sunday, 12/20/09 TBA* Atlanta Atlanta TBA* 1050 ESPN
Sunday, 12/27/09 TBA* Indianapolis @ Indianapolis TBA* 1050 ESPN
Sunday, 01/03/10 TBA* Cincinnati Cincinnati TBA* 1050 ESPN
|07-25-2009, 02:34 AM||online - #2|
07/24 — In just a few days, the Jets will be up at SUNY Cortland for the beginning of their 2009 training camp. And we’ll preview camp and our coverage early next week here on newyorkjets.com, but I just wanted to quickly touch on three league topics before our final weekend without football until February!
Draft Adds a Day, Goes Prime Time
In an anticipated move, the NFL will hold next year’s first round of the draft on Thursday night, April 22. Then the league will hold the second and third rounds on Friday evening and finally conclude the draft with rounds 4-7 on Saturday.
"We continue to look for ways to make the draft more accessible to more fans," said NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell in a statement. “Moving the first round to prime time on Thursday night will make the first round of the draft available to fans on what is typically the most-watched night of television."
Start times for the 75th draft, which will be held at Radio City Music Hall and covered by both ESPN and NFL Network, will be 7:30 p.m. ET on Thursday, 6:30 p.m. on Friday and 10 a.m. on Saturday.
If I’m a football fan who lives on the East Coast, I love the switch. You can still get in your full day of work on THURS and FRI and then make evening plans to watch the early rounds. But if I’m a football nut out west and can’t dictate my work hours, I might not be too crazy about the move.
More importantly, how will it affect the scouts? The draft will start two days earlier than usual, so they’ll be pumped to get it going and spend less time overanalyzing. Another positive for those in the war room will be the ability to restack their boards after the first and third rounds and possibly make better decisions in the later rounds.
Favre Watch Continues
Here’s some advice for folks tired of the Brett Favre saga — this is America, people, and you control what you read, what you watch and what you listen to. Don’t get upset about something silly because the Jets have completely moved on from Favre.
The guy is a legend and I applaud Mike Tannenbaum for going out and trading for No. 4 last August. It was the right move at the right time. The Jets ultimately decided that acquiring Favre was not only a unique opportunity but it gave them a shot at a championship last season. And after 11 games last year, the Jets appeared a sure shot for the playoffs before a forgetful stretch run.
So many things have changed since late December. The Jets have a new coach in Rex Ryan and they drafted Mark Sanchez, who they believe will be their franchise quarterback for years to come. Sanchez will have to beat out veteran Kellen Clemens for the '09 job in training camp, but he is the Jets’ future.
If Favre decides to ultimately sign with the Minnesota Vikings or stay “retired,” it shouldn’t matter to any Jets fan. This organization has headed in a new, exciting direction and is not looking in its rearview mirror.
Ruling on Vick
According to multiple reports, suspended quarterback Michael Vick met with Commission Goodell in New Jersey this week. Vick has completed his sentence for financing a dog fighting operation and yearns for a return to the NFL.
Goodell, who indefinitely suspended Vick back in 2007, has said he’ll make a decision in the “near future.” If Vick is reinstated, it will be interesting to see if there are any suitors for him.
|09-20-2009, 06:44 PM||online - #3|
09/20 — Three points, 57 total yards (including minus-2 net passing) and four first downs. In the first 30 minutes of football, the Jets’ offense was effectively shut down by the Patriots and nobody was happy about it.
“We came in at halftime,” said RB Leon Washington, “and some of the leaders spoke up and said, ‘We don’t have to do anything special. Just go out there and do what we do.’ ”
“We just came inside and said, ‘Let’s do what we do.’ Football is two halves,” added WR Chansi Stuckey. “We have another 30 minutes to go out and see what kind of team we have.”
After the defensive unit played a whale of a half to keep the deficit to only 9-3, NT Kris Jenkins talked. Thomas Jones, an emotional offensive leader, and Washington also made their voices heard.
“There were a bunch of guys, not just one guy, saying, ‘Hey, step it up, especially on offense. We need to carry the defense a little bit because they did a heck of a job in the first half. That’s what it’s going to take,' " Washington said.
Just three plays later, the Jets took their first lead on a beautiful 9-yard toss from rookie Mark Sanchez to tight end Dustin Keller. It should be noted that Washington got everything started with a 43-yard kickoff return to start the third stanza, which was followed by a Sanchez strike to Jerricho Cotchery on a post for 45 yards. Jones got a carry for 2 yards before the Jets found the end zone. It took just 1:03.
“All I knew was when we get the ball, if we’re not going to get many snaps, we have to make the most of all the snaps we get,” said Sanchez, the talented rookie signalcaller, “then to come out after halftime and set a tempo, make a statement on offense. And I felt like that’s what we did.”
After the defense forced the Pats into a three-and-out, the Jets responded with another scoring drive that culminated on Jay Feely’s 24-yard field goal. Starting from their 45, Sanchez and Keller got 9 on a critical third-and-9. A few plays later, Sanchez hit J-Co again for 22 that moved the Green & White inside the 10.
Feely’s second field goal only came after the Jets had a Chansi Stuckey touchdown come off the board (as the receiver only got one foot inbounds) and then Sanchez and Stuckey just failed to convert on a third-and-goal.
“The mistakes that we did make didn’t k!ll us — we still got points,” Sanchez said. “The throw to Stuck in the end zone is a 'gotta have it.' That’s pitch-and-catch and that’s all me. Some people are staying he stumbled coming out of the break, but I’m not buying it. … I don’t care if I’m a rook, I don’t care if I’m a seventh-grader — I need to make that throw, especially against that team.”
Sustaining the momentum, the Jets scored on their third consecutive second-half possession when Feely was true from 39 yards out with 9:54 left in regulation. It was a magnificent 14-play, 63-yard drive orchestrated by Sanchez that took 8:21 off the game clock and gave the Jets a huge lead at 16-9. The way this defense was playing today, it felt like a two-touchdown advantage even with Brady at the opposing controls.
Despite going 3-of-5 for 15 yards in the first half, Sanchez finished 14-of-22 for 163 yards with the TD.
“The guy’s poised," Washington said. "Collectively as an offense we had a horrible first half and we came back in the second half and put things together."
“He is the same guy in the huddle every time and when we needed him most he came up with big plays,” Keller concurred. “That’s what we’ve come to expect from him and we know he’s going to continue to do it the rest of the season.”
The whole offense got better but No. 6 played big down the stretch. A day after the University of Washington upset his alma mater largely due to ineffective offensive play from the Men of Troy, it was Sanchez, who left USC after his junior year, who once again he showed he belonged on football’s biggest stage.
“He definitely settled down after the first half,” Stuckey said. “This was the first really big game that he’s been in, so he started settling down in the second half and made some plays and we were able to back him up and give him some confidence.”
|09-23-2009, 09:12 AM||away - #4|
We goin in!!!!!!!!!!!!
|10-22-2009, 09:21 AM||online - #5|
from 3 and 0 to 3 and 3....
WE CANNOT AFFORD TO LOSE 4 STRAIGHT.
|10-23-2009, 08:10 AM||away - #6|
|07-13-2010, 08:55 PM||away - #7|
|11-12-2010, 07:27 AM||away - #8|
Kyle Wilson is gonna start at nickel since Drew Coleman been getting abused. [pic]
Wilson might get picked on this game but with our blitzing and Colt Mccoy's inexperience this might be a good thing.
|11-12-2010, 03:24 PM||away - #9|
This year's draft has been a disaster. I can't remember a previous draft where none of the picks touched the field.
|12-01-2010, 01:43 AM||away - #10|
I like this thread. , Mark Sanchez and the jets should breeze thru there schedule except for Altlanta
maybe a problem. lol
|12-03-2010, 12:01 AM||away - #11|
[pic] this thread is a disgrace
Pats bout to win Monday!!!!
|01-07-2011, 04:41 PM||online - #12|
|01-18-2011, 07:24 PM||away - #13|
J e t s jets jets jets!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
|01-18-2011, 09:06 PM||away - #14|
14 posts in a year and a half
|02-08-2011, 09:15 AM||away - #15|
If any of you have twitter. Follow @TheJetsStream
Dude is a beat writer for the Jets and all his info is on point.
And whoever knows anything. Fill me in on college DE that can get to the QB. That's what we desperately need.
|05-25-2011, 11:37 AM||away - #16|
|09-18-2011, 10:50 PM||away - #17|
I would rather a few real jet fans be here than a slew of fake pats fans.
|04-21-2012, 03:35 PM||away - #18|
|09-17-2012, 04:38 PM||away - #19|
Yo get the !! in here JetBros.
Lets talk Jets @ Fins Next week
9/23/12 1:00 PM
How do you like our chances?
How should we utilize Tim?
What needs to be addressed following last weeks debacle vs Steelers?
Who will fill our gaping need at WR... do we bring back Plax? TO? Ocho?
|03-13-2013, 10:40 AM||away - #20|
The !! is going on?
This season is gonna blow. [pic]
Keller bout to go to the !!ing Dolphins [pic]
Greene possibly to the Titans [pic]
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