The only thing special about Kevin O’Dea is that smile on his face. Because there definitely isn’t anything special going on when the ball is being kicked around. Acquired from the Chicago Bears after Mike Westhoff decided to limit his coaching responsibilities to focus on his health, Kevin O’Dea has been unimpressive since receiving control of the unit. Coming from
Here goes something you never thought you’d read: Chad Pennington and the Miami Dolphins diced the New York Jets for over 250 passing yards, and two touchdowns. It’d be a little easy to write about how Chad Pennington’s efforts in the fourth quarter culminated in an interception by Darrelle Revis. But that would be unfair to his performance. The man
The New York Jets ended their 2008 preseason campaign with a record of 3-1. One of the Jets’ primary issues in 2007 has been addressed, as the offensive line excelled in pass protection during the exhibition contests. However, fans must wonder if the things the team didn’t do well are a cause for concern. The New York Jets running game
The world needs to be reminded that the acquisition of Chad Pennington does not change the Miami Dolphins’ (mis)fortunes. It does provide for a wonderful sports’ story, but that does not translate well to logical sports’ analysis. It’s actually quite sickening. Are football fans to understand that the New York Jets were in for trouble this season with Chad Pennington
With the roster now meeting the league’s requirement of 53-men, the New York Jets were forced to make some difficult decisions, parting ways with some unexpected players. Rookies were released, some veterans were kept in favor of others, and now it’s time to figure out which players might be brought back in a practice squad capacity. The Jets’ decision to
Jesse Chatman played like a monster against the Philadelphia Eagles. With 180 yards of total offense on his legs, the Jets battled with the Eagles for the lead until his fourth-quarter touchdown put the team on top for a 27-20 victory. Chatman used his stocky frame and low-center of gravity to fight for yardage and keep plays alive all night.