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The New England Patriots quarterback has generally been on good terms with Trump.
ESPN's Beth Mowins made history by providing national play-by-play on Monday Night Football.
Ryan’s hubris and bravado are already beginning to ring dissonant. It’s a tune that Jets fans still haven’t forgotten.
Because you can't start the NFL season without some crazy.
'Twas a famous victory to quote poet Robert Southey (what can I do, defeating Brady and the hooded one brings out the poet in me). The New York Jets finally prevailed over divisional arch-rivals New England Patriots in a 26-20 OT thriller.
Which of these hot starting teams is for real?
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.
The conclusion is inescapable: The New York Jets are entering a new era: They are willing to spend big but wisely. Team weaknesses are not wished away but addressed. The general manager and the head coach are on the same page.
Black Monday in the NFL saw four more franchises fire their head coaches along with two general managers. Clearly there are situations where a head coach may have lost the ability to motivate his team or lost control of how to fix a losing situation and a change is needed. History shows however that stability at the coaching level is a key to success.
Atlanta Falcons: The Falcons announced the firing of head coach Mike Smith, one day after the team completed a 6-10 season
This was a Rich Kotite type of a season, punctuated by mistakes, turnovers, missed opportunities and, above all, losses. Will the Jets fly again? There is some reason for hope, but a lot of patience will be required first.
Ryan was retained after last season despite an 8-8 finish, and the fact that he wasn't Idzik's hand-picked coach when the
Many fans of the 1-8 New York Jets want general manager John Idzik fired, and they are coming up with very creative ways
At some point in November and lasting through early 2015, New York Jets general manager John Idzik might see a billboard