So Mike Tannenbaum is gone as the Jets' general manager.(3)
For the better part of his career, Mark Sanchez has been below average, but not awful.
This year, angry fans aside, hyperbolic media aside, amusedly disgusted Ray Lucas on the SNY Postgame aside, he’s been as bad as everyone’s saying.(1)
Tebow started out the season in a supporting role, just like the Jets said he would.
Tempting as it might be to characterize the Giants’ 26-3 shellacking of the Jets on Saturday as the latest demonstration of the franchises’ opposite sizzle/steak ratios, it’s instructive to remember that it was still a meaningless preseason game.
Mark Sanchez played better than Tim Tebow in practice on Thursday. Because it’s the offseason and because it’s the N.F.L. and because it’s Tebow, this is pretty much the only thing anyone covering the Jets can talk about.(2)
Hill ran a blazing 4.31 at the combine, and put up eye-popping numbers in the broad jump and vertical jump.
Hill’s status as the Official Wide Receiver Freak of the 2012 Draft translates to the field in one important way: He’s is a lethal deep threat, who averaged an astonishing 30 yards per catch his senior year. This is why the Jets packaged a fifth and a seventh-rounder to move up four spots to pick him.(1)