bryce petty

After a terrific 2015, the magic has ended and it's time to see what Bryce Petty can do.
Don't Stop Hoping. We are NY Jets fans after all. Next year Tom Brady will be a year older, our CAP space substantial and
Geno Smith is not a leader. Period. It would have been simply inconceivable for a Peyton Manning or a Joe Namath or [enter here the name of any great QB] to be shown such disrespect and punched for an off the field reason by a teammate.
While the gridiron may allegedly flow with milk and honey, the supply of Jets fans who thought Geno Smith was capable of leading them to glory were few and far between, even before a teammate felt the need to ruin his grill piece.
The overall impression is that the franchise is now in the hands of football savvy, mature, grownups. There are no signs of former GM John Idzik's catastrophic draft cluelessness. By all accounts, the NY Jets had a great draft this year that was universally praised.
Baylor -- should it run the table and beat K-State on Dec. 6 -- belongs in the playoff. Briles is a mastermind who in Petty has found the perfect guy to orchestrate his offense, and the Bears are one of the few teams in the country that can beat anyone.
TCU knocked off Oklahoma last week at home to vault into the Top 15 of our College Football Power Rankings. The upsets should stop there, however, as the Horned Frogs head to Waco, Texas without enough firepower to hang with one of the best all-around teams in all of college football.
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Members of the Petty family weren't the only ones cringing when Bryce went cleats over helmet for the score. Former Baylor
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