Tag: wayne chrebet

  • Jets Regular Season

    Jets vs. Jaguars Game Preview

    Following Monday’s disastrous performance against the New England Patriots, all eyes will be on QB Sam Darnold when the Jets take on the Jaguars (3-4) this Sunday. Will we see the Darnold that tortured the Cowboys two weeks ago or the ghost seeing Darnold who threw four interceptions against the Pats? Once again the shaky…

    October 25, 2019

  • Jets Regular Season

    Jets vs. Cowboys Game Preview

    The New York Jets will face an uphill battle this Sunday when they take on the Dallas Cowboys at MetLife Stadium. The Cowboys (3-2) lost 2 games in a row, while the Gang Green are yet to win a single game this season. Losing another one this weekend will bring up memories of 1996, as…

    October 11, 2019

  • Editorial

    A look back at other Jets week 15 collapses

    Some people wonder where the SOJ (Same ol’ Jets) mantra comes from. Well, unfortunately you don’t have to look much further than last week’s abysmal performance. This was their latest display of putrid football when they needed to play their best. We have seen the Jets bounce back from this mess before. We’ve also seen…

    December 22, 2011

  • Injuries

    Ellis misses both practices, Clemens throws another pick

    DE Shaun Ellis missed both Monday practice sessions because of knee and back problems. The injuries are not considered to be serious and Ellis should be ready for regular season, which will most likely start for him in Week 2 due to the possible one game suspension. The afternoon practice lasted less than 30 minutes…

    August 11, 2009

  • Jets Regular Season

    Jets players on pace to set records

    QB Brett Favre is on pace (48) to surpass QB Vinny Testaverde (29 in 1998) for most touchdowns in a season by a Jet. Meanwhile, WR Laveranues Coles (257 yards) and WR Jerricho Cotchery (243 yards), Favre’s main pass-catching weapons, aim to become the first Jets wide receiver duo to gain 1,000 yards apiece since…

    October 1, 2008

  • Jets Off-field

    Chris Baker wins Ed Block Courage Award

    The Ed Block Courage Award Foundation today announced the names of the recipients from each NFL team who will receive an Ed Block Courage Award. Jets' TE Chris Baker was selected by his teammates as a player who displayed commitments to the principles of courage and sportsmanship, while serving as inspiration in the locker room.…

    January 5, 2007

  • Injuries

    Thank you, Wayne

    It appears that the pass that WR Wayne Chrebet caught late in the fourth quarter against the San Diego Chargers was probably his last one in the NFL. Chrebet suffered a concussion on that play and will be placed on the injured reserve. Considering that this was an at least ninth concussion for Chrebet, his…

    November 7, 2005

  • Jets Regular Season

    Brooks can't save Jets

    It's something new every week for the 2005 New York Jets. If two weeks ago it was the turnovers that ultimately cost the Gang Green the game against Atlanta, today it was the heralded Jets' defense that came out totally flat and gave up 395 yards to the San Diego Chargers. The beginning of the…

    November 6, 2005

  • Jets Regular Season

    Jets roll past Miami

    The New York Jets got themselves into a 4-way tie in the AFC East today, as they defeated their division rivals, the Miami Dolphins, 17-7. The Gang Green took a 7-0 lead in the first quarter when QB Chad Pennington connected with WR Laveranues Coles on a 7-yard touchdown pass. The Dolphins responded with what…

    September 18, 2005

  • Jets Regular Season

    Totally outclassed

    Outclassed, outcoached and outperformed - that's how one can describe the performance displayed by the New York Jets in their 2005 season opener. The Gang Green came out absolutely unprepared and at times looked totally hopeless, as the Chiefs routed them, 27-7. RB Curtis Martin, last year's rushing champion, was limited to only 57 yards…

    September 11, 2005