New York Jets
The Miami Marlins have defined dysfunctional franchise in baseball for years, but in the NFL the team that is putting the fun in dysfunction lately is the New York Jets.
New York Jets owner Woody Johnson has watched as his team became the laughing stock of the NFL this season, but even he is now claiming one of the biggest problems with the team in 2012 was not his decision.
For the second time in as many months, former Miami Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano is once again looking for work after he was reportedly fired by the New York Jets Tuesday morning.
The soap opera that is the New York Jets organization took another strange turn Friday when the New York Daily News reported that Rex Ryan said he’d rather be fired if owner Woody Johnson doesn’t fix the personnel and coaching issues on offense.
Tim Tebow was sent to the New York Jets in the offseason in a much-ballyhooed trade and was the obsessive focus of ESPN during training camp. Since then, Tebow has fallen off the radar and may have lost the luster he once had as the ultimate team first player.
After Sunday’s ugly 28-7 loss in Seattle, all indications pointed at a long, long week for Jets starter Mark Sanchez. But instead, with the calls for a change at quarterback as loud as ever, it’s Tim Tebow who has suddenly found himself on the hot seat.
Jacksonville Jaguars fans had a brief moment of hysteria Tuesday night when a local television station, WTEV, reported the team was making a move to trade for New York Jets backup quarterback Tim Tebow.
New York Jets fans have had enough of quarterback Mark Sanchez and it may finally be Tebow time in the Big Apple.
Matt Moore stepped in for an injured Ryan Tannehill and the Miami Dolphins didn’t miss a beat, rolling past the New York Jets 30-9 for their third straight victory.
A pair of injuries to star players marred the last meeting between the New York Jets and Miami Dolphins. It’s been five weeks, but the emotions from that matchup are still lingering.