Tag: erik coleman

  • Free Agency

    Jets make Faneca highest paid OL

    The New York Jets and Pro Bowl OG Alan Faneca agreed to terms on a five-year, $40 million contract Saturday, which includes $21M in guaranteed money, making the former Pittsburgh player the highest-paid offensive lineman in the NFL. Faneca, 31, planned to fly to New York on Sunday, take a physical and officially sign the deal…

    March 1, 2008

  • Jets Regular Season

    Pennington leads Jets to first win

    QB Chad Pennington showed that the New York Jets are still his team, as he threw two touchdown passes and ran for another win en route to a 31-28 win against the Miami Dolphins. The Jets took a 7-0 lead, their first lead of the season, on their second possession when Pennington connected with WR…

    September 23, 2007

  • Jets Preseason

    Jets win but starters struggle

    The New York Jets defeated their cross-town rivals, the New York Giants, 20-12 but the game raised only more questions about the Jets’ starting quarterback and entire first team unit. The Gang Green got off to a flying start as QB Chad Pennington connected with RB Leon Washington for a 79-yard touchdown pass on the…

    August 26, 2007

  • Jets Playoffs

    Solid effort, just not enough

    The New York Jets fought their hearts out but costly mistakes, inept running attack, and lack of pass-rush played key roles in their loss to New England, 37-16. The Jets kept the game within reach up until last six minutes of the game when the Patriots scored two touchdowns in a one minute span. New…

    January 7, 2007

  • Jets Regular Season

    Jets close in on playoffs

    The Gang Green made another step towards the playoffs as they defeated their archrival, the Miami Dolphins, 13-10. Both teams struggled offensively in the scoreless first half, although the Jets had a chance to score a field goal but P Ben Graham mishandled the snap for the second week in a row. The beginning of…

    December 26, 2006

  • Jets Regular Season

    Jets finally beat Pats

    It took just two attempts for the pupil to beat his mentor and eight attempts for the Jets to finally beat their archrival, the New England Patriots, and get themselves back into the AFC East race. Both teams exchanged punts in the first quarter but late in the period the Pats finally managed to march…

    November 13, 2006

  • Jets Regular Season

    Jets beat Lions, 31-24

    The New York Jets won their second game in a row as they defeated the Detroit Lions, 31-24, and solidified their second-place position in the AFC East standings. The Gang Green got off to a good start, scoring on their first two possessions in the first quarter. RB Leon Washington scored on a 5-yard TD…

    October 22, 2006

  • Jets Preseason

    Jets suffer another loss

    The New York Jets suffered their season preseason loss, as the offense gained just 184 yards against the Giants. The cross-town rivals did not look much better but did enough for a 13-7 win. The Gang Green's first team offense failed to score, raising more and more concerns about this unit's ability to put points…

    August 26, 2006

  • Jets Regular Season

    Jets win to end season

    The Jets won't have a shot at drafting USC's RB Reggie Bush, but at least the Gang Green showed some pride, as they defeated the Buffalo Bills to finish the season 4-12. The Bills took a 3-0 lead on their first possession of the game, but the Jets quickly tied the score with a field…

    January 1, 2006

  • Jets Regular Season

    Bad gets only worse

    The helpless Jets added to their embarrassment this afternoon as they lost to the New England Patriots, 3-16. This loss extended the Jets' losing streak to seven games - their longest since 1996, the season all Jets' fans would like to forget. The Gang Green possessed the ball for just under five minutes in the…

    December 4, 2005