Tagged: ‘Oakland Raiders’

Todd Bowles Has New York Jets Pracitce in Pads for First Time in Over Two Weeks
November 7th, 2015 at 11:50 AM
The New York Jets have lost their last two games. Both were road games, at the New England Patriots and Oakland Raiders. Tomorrow, they look to get back on the winning side of the game by defeating the Jacksonville Jaguars in MetLife Stadium. Head coach Todd Bowles is confident that...

Antonio Cromatie on Darren Woodson Criticism of Darrelle Revis: “Who Cares?”
November 5th, 2015 at 7:45 PM
Less than a week ago against the Oakland Raiders, Darrelle Revis struggled a bit (by his usual standards) to contain the wideout wunderkind Amari Cooper. ***PHOTO1*** It was a poor game all around for the Jets defense, but after the game former Dallas Cowboys defensive back Darren Woodson chose to single...

Todd Bowles on New York Jets Defense, “I Don’t Think Anyone Played Well”
November 5th, 2015 at 10:03 AM
Todd Bowles is in his first season as the New York Jets head coach. Prior to being named coach after the departure of Rex Ryan, Bowles spent the majority of his coaching career on the defensive side of the ball. Whether as defensive coordinator or secondary coach, Bowles is a...

With Top Two QBs Hurting, the New York Jets Could Be Looking for a Passer
November 2nd, 2015 at 9:49 AM
New York Jets quarterbacks Ryan Fitzpatrick (hand) and Geno Smith (shoulder, abdomen) were both injured in Sunday's loss to the Oakland Raiders, leaving the Jets with unproven rookie Bryce Petty as their only healthy QB heading into Week 9. ***PHOTO1*** Fitzpatrick was hurt diving head first to gain yardage on a scramble,...

The New York Jets’ Defense is Begining to Look Ordinary as Season Unfolds
November 2nd, 2015 at 8:57 AM
It wasn't too long ago the New York Jets' defense was the best in the NFL. After yesterday's 34-20 dousing against the Oakland Raiders, that ranking is no longer valid. ***PHOTO1*** The Jets are still third overall in total defense, first against the run and seventh vs the pass, but they aren't...