The 2008 season is—without a doubt—a disappointment. But that doesn’t mean we were left without anything to smile about. The New York Jets can boast having seven players selected to the Pro Bowl, and a strong foundation established for the future. With the season in the books, there are plenty of players who deserve recognition for what they accomplished. And
This may seem a bit late. After all, it has been nearly two weeks since Eric Mangini was shown the door out of New York, only to find his way through another door leading to Cleveland. However, in those two weeks there has been a growing sense of acceptance for Eric Mangini as everyone’s patience wears thin with Brett Favre.
No stranger to coaching controversy, Eric Mangini is making a legitimate attempt at luring away members of the New York Jets coaching staff, reports Daily News’ Rich Cimini. Fans of the New England Patriots have considered Mangini among the lowest of scum—not only for his Spygate whistle-blowing, but for his attempts to snatch away members of Bill Belichick’s staff after
It’s been a week since the New York Jets sent Eric Mangini packing. And in the days since, Eric has emerged as the favorite for the Cleveland Browns’ vacancy as the Jets continue to turn over every rock they see. One of the rocks the Jets kicked over recently comes from the dark part of the forest. Stepping from beneath
And the glass slipper comes crashing down to the turf, shattering into pieces as the reality of Chad Pennington’s incredible season struck midnight against the Baltimore Ravens. Pennington threw four interceptions against the Ravens, and confirmed everything Jets’ fans said about him prior to the season—he loses big games and can’t compete against top defenses. But that’s an unfair criticism,
The countdown to 2009 is over as a new countdown officially begins. With the New York Jets’ 2008 season finished, one of the NFL’s most recent annual traditions commences—the Brett Favre retirement watch. If the rest of the Jets had any control over it, Favre’s retirement papers would have been signed, sealed, and delivered yesterday. Maybe even the day before.