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ganggreen2003 Icon : (Yesterday, 06:45 PM) I hope he rips Marty a new asshole
Jetsman05 Icon : (Yesterday, 06:45 PM) yeah cause Rex has perfectly coached many a games
canuckfan Icon : (Yesterday, 06:45 PM) morningwheeg what an idiot....hope re4x throws him under the bus during the presser
Jetsman05 Icon : (Yesterday, 06:45 PM) you want the NFL to say sorry and you want Morningwig canned. You're a clown
bleedsgreen Icon : (Yesterday, 06:45 PM) Gotta give credit to greenbay. That's a good football team
Mr_Jet Icon : (Yesterday, 06:46 PM) f*** an apology. It's not going to change anything in the standings which is what matters at the end of the season.
FlyHiJets Icon : (Yesterday, 06:46 PM) definitely reminds me of AFC Championship in Denver
canuckfan Icon : (Yesterday, 06:46 PM) marty ranks up there with bittfumble
canuckfan Icon : (Yesterday, 06:47 PM) buttfumble
Mr_Jet Icon : (Yesterday, 06:47 PM) The should have made sure he knew who was calling the time out. Hell Rex was on his right and Marty was on his left.
mgjetman Icon : (Yesterday, 06:47 PM) Getting lazy with a minute 50 on the clock before half was the nail in the coffin.
Mr_Jet Icon : (Yesterday, 06:48 PM) The ref
Mr_Jet Icon : (Yesterday, 06:49 PM) There is plenty of blame to spread around. No team should lose a 17 point lead anyway.
ganggreen2003 Icon : (Yesterday, 06:50 PM) DUDS - Miliner and Marty
ganggreen2003 Icon : (Yesterday, 06:50 PM) BRUTAL LOSS
Mr_Jet Icon : (Yesterday, 06:52 PM) I really don't blame Marty because it's the refs job to make sure he sees who is calling the timeout. Plus the ball had already been snapped before he even noticed somebody was calling a TO.
mgjetman Icon : (Yesterday, 06:53 PM) Just gave that game away. WTH!!!
Mr_Jet Icon : (Yesterday, 06:54 PM) He didn't even blow the whistle until Geno already had dropped back to pass. The play was already well underway.
bleedsgreen Icon : (Yesterday, 07:03 PM) I heard it when the ball was already in the air
ganggreen2003 Icon : (Yesterday, 07:05 PM) but it shouldn't of come down to that TO blunder
ganggreen2003 Icon : (Yesterday, 07:05 PM) we did give up a 18 point lead
ganggreen2003 Icon : (Yesterday, 07:05 PM) so we fucked up and lost
bleedsgreen Icon : (Yesterday, 07:05 PM) True
ganggreen2003 Icon : (Yesterday, 07:05 PM) time to get ready for MNF
santana Icon : (Yesterday, 07:09 PM) Well it sucks when you start to feel the jets are going to lose the game them selves
santana Icon : (Yesterday, 07:09 PM) the Vick play worthless
santana Icon : (Yesterday, 07:09 PM) that run on 3rd and 5 worthless
santana Icon : (Yesterday, 07:09 PM) chris Johnson also I don't know what his numbers were but ivory seemed to be a better back
ganggreen2003 Icon : (Yesterday, 07:13 PM) Marty just picks the worse time to call those wildcat plays
ganggreen2003 Icon : (Yesterday, 07:13 PM) they are drive killers
ROBJETS Icon : (Yesterday, 07:27 PM) Problem is the corners. We knew this before the start of the season. I was amazed at how well they did last week and the first half but eventually the weakness showed
ROBJETS Icon : (Yesterday, 07:28 PM) The corner positions will be addressed next year. Technically we are still in a rebuilding phase.
ganggreen2003 Icon : (Yesterday, 07:39 PM) we did go toe to toe against a SB contender and we really shouldn't be heartbroken but if you call yourself a JETS fan and aren't a little pissed over a W that we had in our control then you need to go and hand in your JETS gear ... I'm looking at you 115
ganggreen2003 Icon : (Yesterday, 08:24 PM) 18 penalties in 2 games
ganggreen2003 Icon : (Yesterday, 08:25 PM) unacceptable
ganggreen2003 Icon : (Yesterday, 08:27 PM) Geno dropped from #1 to #28 in TOTAL QBR
ganggreen2003 Icon : (Yesterday, 09:10 PM) Cutler just got popped right in the chest
ganggreen2003 Icon : (Yesterday, 09:11 PM) that was a squared up right in the middle of the chest hit
ganggreen2003 Icon : (Yesterday, 09:13 PM) nice one handed catch by Marshall
MikeGangGree... Icon : (Yesterday, 10:06 PM) NFL rules state that only the head coach can call a timeout on the sidelines…

Except in Green Bay where anybody up to the third row can call a timeout.
MikeGangGree... Icon : (Yesterday, 10:06 PM) I love NFL memes
MikeGangGree... Icon : (Yesterday, 11:30 PM) Well I will be at the game next Monday night
MikeGangGree... Icon : (Yesterday, 11:30 PM) So I will be doing everything I can to help our team win!!
MikeGangGree... Icon : (Today, 10:15 AM) 2nd year in a row we should be 2-0
santana Icon : (Today, 12:17 PM) TIMEOUT!!
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  1. Jets Hoping Chris Johnson Returns To Explosive Form

    Posted 17 Jun 2014



    NY Jets hoping Chris Johnson can rediscover explosive form
    Gang Green running backs coach Anthony Lynn says the 28-year-old will get plenty of touches, but whether that will lead to a 1,200-yard (or more) season is 'up to him ... he's definitely going to get the ball.'
    BY MANISH MEHTA NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Published: Monday, June 16, 2014, 11:12 AM Updated: Tuesday, June 17, 2014, 6:08 PM A A A


    The Jets are hoping Chris Johnson still has some of the explosiveness that made him one of the league’s most dangerous offensive players with Tennessee.
    The Jets are hoping Chris Johnson still has some of the explosiveness that made him one of the league’s most dangerous offensive players with Tennessee.
    Chris Johnson may no longer top any lists of the NFL’s best running backs, but the artist formerly known as CJ2K may still have enough life in his legs to make a difference for the Jets.

    Does Johnson, who has averaged an eye-opening 1,661 total yards during his six-year career, have a great rushing season left in him this season?

    “That’s up to him,” running backs coach Anthony Lynn told the Daily News Monday. “He’s definitely going to get the ball. So, it’s what he does with the ball… He can have as many yards as he wants.”

    The Jets signed Johnson, who will turn 29 in September, to a two-year, $8 million deal that includes a team option after this season to add a legitimate threat that was missing last season. The prevailing thought is that Johnson and Chris Ivory will work in tandem, but the distribution of touches has yet to be determined. However, there’s enough flexibility built into the system that it’s possible Johnson could grab a lion’s share of the work if he exhibits the dynamic playmaking ability that he once had with the Titans.

    Jets running backs coach Anthony Lynn says Chris Johnson is going to get plenty of touches this season.
    Jets running backs coach Anthony Lynn says Chris Johnson is going to get plenty of touches this season.
    “He wants every single rep,” Lynn said. “That’s the type of attitude most running backs have. I think that’s good. I think that’s healthy. It just means that he’s competitive. But how we split those up remains to be seen. By the time we go through the process, the cream will rise to the top like it always does. We’ll go ahead with a couple guys. And then they’ll do it by committee anyway.”

    “We’ve always played the hot guy,” Lynn added. “It doesn’t matter who it is. If you go in there and produce, you usually stay in.”

    Johnson finished with his sixth consecutive 1,000-yard season in 2013, but had a career-low 3.9 yards per carry. Lynn attributes the decline in production to a meniscus injury that Johnson suffered early last season that ultimately required arthroscopic knee surgery in January. Johnson isn’t expected to participate much in the three-day minicamp that begins on Tuesday.

    “He’s got plenty left in the tank based on what I saw on tape,” Lynn said. “He obviously played hurt last year. He could have had surgery and sat out. He chose to compete and show up every Sunday…. He played last year pretty damn good with a bad knee. His numbers were down but he chose to play through that injury, which was really impressive to me.”

    The Jets have stockpiled running backs, hoping for as much depth as possible. Bilal Powell, who had a nearly 50/50 split with Ivory in 2013, and Daryl Richardson, whom Lynn calls a good “space back” with “quicks,” are also in the mix. Mike Goodson, rehabbing from season-ending ACL/MCL surgery and entangled in legal issues, didn’t attend OTAs and isn’t expected to be on the roster when the season begins. Alex Green is also on the roster.

    Johnson almost certainly won’t duplicate his magical 2,006-yard season from 2009, but the Jets believe that can still provide an electric dimension.

    Chris Johnson averages just 3.9 yards per carry last season, a stat Jets running backs coach Anthony Lynn attributes to the 29-year-old’s knee injury.
    Chris Johnson averages just 3.9 yards per carry last season, a stat Jets running backs coach Anthony Lynn attributes to the 29-year-old’s knee injury.
    “The reason he’s on this team is because he’s explosive,” Lynn said. “The (primary) thing we wanted to do as an offense was to get more explosive. We liked the players we had, but we wanted to add some speed and some playmakers. He is still explosive.

    “I know that he’ll play at a high level here, because he’ll be coached to play at a high level,” Lynn added. “From Rex (Ryan) to Marty (Mornhinweg) to me, he’ll be coached to play at a high level. That (running backs) room right now is so competitive that if you’re not playing at a high level, it’s going to be hard to get on the field.”
  2. Milliner Hopes "to Get A Feel" For New Secondary Mates

    Posted 17 Jun 2014



    As Jets' Dee Milliner returns at mini camp, he hopes 'to get a feel for' new secondary mates

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    Jets quarterback Geno Smith and Michael Vick during mini-camp at the Jets training facility in Florham Park. 6/17/14 John O'Boyle / The Star-Ledger
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    FLORHAM PARK – The plan for Jets cornerback Dee Milliner involved him using this offseason as a springboard for significant progress in Year 2. That has not gone exactly as planned. But as the Jets’ spring workouts wind down this week, Milliner is back on the field, with the first-team defense, preparing to show he can be a No. 1 corner in the NFL.

    Milliner, the Jets’ top draft pick last year, had a rocky rookie season, but peaked as it concluded. His development was hampered by him missing offseason workouts because of shoulder surgery. Then he missed chunks of training camp because of a calf injury, and three games during the season because of a hamstring strain.

    Three times during the season, Jets coach Rex Ryan benched Milliner. But as offseason workouts began, Ryan expressed optimism that Milliner would be able to do more this offseason – and that his increased participation would carry over into the season.

    As it turned out, Milliner was limited during organized team activities by hamstring tightness. The Jets held nine OTA practices. Milliner barely participated in the final five. The tightness in his hamstring was nothing serious. The Jets were simply trying to avoid creating a lingering injury.

    But because of Milliner’s absence from most of OTAs, he was not able to play alongside two newcomers in the Jets’ secondary: safety Calvin Pryor (their first-round draft pick) and cornerback Dimitri Patterson (a journeyman signed in free agency).

    Last Wednesday, when the Jets held their final OTA practice, Milliner got some work in 11-on-11 team periods, but not a lot, as Ryan expressed hope that Milliner would return for mini camp.

    In the Jets' final OTA session, Darrin Walls manned the corner spot opposite Patterson, as the Jets continued to team Pryor and third-year pro Antonio Allen at the safety spots. Veteran Dawan Landry – who, like Allen, is a returning starter – practiced mostly with the backups during OTAs, so Pryor and Allen could get needed work, Ryan said.

    That deployment continued Tuesday, when the Jets opened their three-day mini camp. Pryor and Allen were at the safety spots with the first team. Patterson was at one corner spot. And Milliner returned to occupy the other corner position. He participated in all of the team periods with the first team. He said afterward that his hamstring felt good.

    “I thought I had a good day,” he said.

    Shortly after Milliner was sidelined with the hamstring tightness during OTAs, Ryan spoke about the importance of Milliner’s physical conditioning, as he tries to avoid another injury-plagued training camp and season.

    “He has to understand, too, that he’s got to be in extraordinary shape,” Ryan said. “His challenge will be: Be in world-class shape, because we have to have you out there. He needs to be out there and he needs to get work, because that’s how he’s going to get better.”

    Jets coach Rex Ryan promises less penalties tomorrow
    Jets coach Rex Ryan promises less penalties during tomorrow's mini camp workout. (video by John O'Boyle)
    Milliner said he “very much” feels stronger now, as compared to this time last year, when he was coming off shoulder surgery.

    “I finally had an offseason, so that’s really big,” Milliner said. “It’s been a great offseason.”

    Ryan thought it was important that Milliner returned to team drills during mini camp, so he could “see it, get out here, play football and all that stuff you’ve done up to this point in the offseason, let’s have a couple of great days, end it on a couple of great days,” Ryan said. “I think he’s got a pretty good start right now, so we’ll see how he does these next two (days of mini camp). But I want him feeling great about himself when he leaves, and work his tail off this next month and be ready to roll (for training camp).”

    Getting back into team drills is important not only for Milliner individually, but also for Patterson and Pryor, as the secondary’s members acclimate with each other.

    “You want to get a feel for them, and they get a feel for you, how you play,” Milliner said. “You can start communicating with them now, so during the season it’ll be second hand.”

    Milliner has not gotten to play alongside Pryor all that much this spring. But based on what he’s seen from the rookie, Milliner has high expectations.

    “He’s going to make a lot of plays for us in the secondary,” Milliner said.

    Also on Tuesday, backup outside linebacker and pass-rushing specialist Antwan Barnes saw action during position drills, but not team periods. Barnes is rehabbing from a season-ending knee injury. He has said he expects to be ready for training camp.
  3. <update> Mike Goodson Released

    Posted 17 Jun 2014



    Mike Goodson a no-show for Jets
    Updated: June 17, 2014, 5:18 PM ET
    By Rich Cimini | ESPN.com
    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Troubled running back Mike Goodson didn't show up Tuesday for mandatory minicamp, and the New York Jets have no idea why.

    A miffed Rex Ryan said neither he nor anyone in the organization has talked to Goodson, who still faces a weapons-possession charge stemming from his arrest last year. Previously, Goodson skipped the 10 voluntary practices without informing the team of his whereabouts.

    "I recognize the fact that he's not here, and that situation will be dealt with," Ryan said after practice.

    Goodson's days with the team appear numbered. His off-field issues have been a major headache for the Jets, who signed him last year as a free agent for $6.9 million over three years.

    Mike Goodson
    AP Photo/Bill Kostroun
    Mike Goodson skipped the Jets' mandatory minicamp Tuesday and is subject to a fine.
    Minicamp is a mandatory team activity, so Goodson is subject to a fine, according to the collective bargaining agreement. The maximum fine is $69,455 if he is a no-show for all three days.

    Ryan noted that he has never had a player miss a mandatory minicamp, cracking that even former Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis showed up during his contract squabbles. Revis, though, missed the 2010 training camp because of a holdout.

    "That's a good question. I don't know," Ryan said when asked to explain Goodson's absence.

    Ryan spoke cryptically when asked if cutting Goodson is a possibility.

    "Let's just see what happens," he said. "I've basically said all I'm going to say about it. We'll just talk about the guys that are here."

    Goodson's agent, Kennard McGuire, released a statement, but it didn't specifically address why the veteran running back didn't report.

    "Mike must be accountable and responsible for his own actions and comprehend not only effective communication but simple communication," McGuire said.

    Goodson is rehabbing his surgically repaired knee, injured in October. It's possible the Jets are keeping him on the roster because they don't want to cut him with an injury, putting them on the hook for part of his salary.

    Since signing 16 months ago, Goodson has been making headlines for all the wrong reasons. It started last May, when he was arrested in New Jersey on the gun-possession charges. He was incoherent and intoxicated at the time of the arrest, police said. He received a four-game suspension for violating the league's substance-abuse policy.

    He was indicted in November on a charge of second-degree unlawful possession of a weapon after he was found in a car with a Taurus .45-caliber handgun loaded with an illegal hollow-point bullet, according to authorities. He faces up to 10 years in prison if convicted of the charges. He also could be suspended again by the league for violating the personal-conduct policy.

    Goodson played in only two games last season before suffering a major knee injury.

    The Jets expected Goodson to provide a big-play dimension on offense. They fortified their depth by signing Chris Johnson and acquiring Daryl Richardson. Johnson, the former Tennessee Titans star, is rehabbing a surgically repaired knee and isn't participating in minicamp.
  4. The Race Is On To Find The Jets #2 Wr

    Posted 17 Jun 2014



    The race is on to find the No. 2 Jets wide receiver
    By Brian CostelloJune 16, 2014 | 8:23pm
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    The race is on to find the No. 2 Jets wide receiver
    Stephen Hill, Jeremy Kerley, David Nelson
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    Who’s No. 2?
    That is the biggest question facing the Jets as they open a mini-camp Tuesday, as in: Who will be this team’s No. 2 wide receiver?
    The Jets went out in free agency and signed Eric Decker from the Broncos to a five-year, $36.25 million deal. Some question whether Decker is an actual No. 1 receiver, but he will be for the Jets this season.
    The mystery surrounds who will be on the opposite side of the field from him. Jeremy Kerley led the team with 43 receptions last year, but he is more of a slot receiver than one who lines up on the outside.
    During the Jets’ recent organized team activities, David Nelson and Stephen Hill saw the most reps at the second wide-receiver spot during the sessions the media were permitted to watch.
    Nothing will be determined over the next three days, but someone can take the lead in the competition that begins in full next month during training camp.
    Hill will be one of the most fascinating players to watch during the next two months. The team’s second-round pick in 2012, Hill has battled knee injuries and inconsistent play in his first two years. But he still is only 23 years old and has the physical gifts to be a deep threat.
    Wide receivers coach Sanjay Lal said Hill has played well this spring. Despite Hill’s struggles and the criticism that has come along with them, Lal praised Hill’s mentality.
    “From what I see, I think he’s very confident,” Lal said. “I don’t know how much deep down what everyone’s written about him and the image he’s been portrayed with, how deeply it’s affected him. I don’t know. He doesn’t show it outwardly. But at some level when people write negative things about you it has to affect you in some way. He’s a strong person mentally. He understands that a lot of what’s written, the people may not know what happened or what the reason was. He’s smart enough to understand that difference.”
    Nelson took many of the first-team snaps during the final OTA session open to the media, and figures to be the favorite to land the second starting spot entering training camp. He joined the team in the middle of last season and finished with 36 catches for 423 yards and two touchdowns.
    The other contenders for the spot are Jacoby Ford and rookies Jalen Saunders and Shaq Evans.
    Three other things to watch
    1. Will Dee be out there?
    Cornerback Dee Milliner has been limited by a hamstring injury during OTAs. The Jets are counting on him this year. Can he practice?
    2. How are the guards?
    Willie Colon, the expected starter at right guard, is out after knee surgery. Second-year player Brian Winters moved from left to right guard last week with Oday Aboushi, another 2013 draft pick, playing left. If Colon is sidelined in training camp, this could be a problem area for the Jets.
    3. Is Amaro catching on?
    Rookie tight end Jace Amaro has been thrown in with the starting team during OTAs. He’s had some good moments, and others when he looks like a rookie.
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