Archive for September, 2012

JetsInsider Radio/Podcast Week 4 Edition

Wednesday, September 26th, 2012

The week 4 Jets Insider Radio/Podcast is complete with a full recap of the Jets-Dolphins game as well as the latest on  losing star DB Darrelle Revis.  and a preview of the upcoming 49ers game at Met Life Stadium on Sunday. We also update you on all the latest news coming out of Florham Park. Listen to the complete show below on the blogtalk radio widget!

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Guests this week are  long time NY Post Jets Columnist Mark Cannizzaro and San Francisco Chronicle 49ers beat writer Eric Branch who will chat with us about all the news from the left coast and what to expect from Jim Harbaugh’s crew coming off their awful loss against the Vikings last week.

The show is hosted by Jets Publisher Sean Deegan and veteran radio personality and long time Jets Fan, Jim “Mojo” Morrison.

The show airs globally on BLOG TALK RADIO and is also one of the hottest downloads on iTunes. You can find show archives there and also subscribe by searching “jetsinsider”.

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ARCHIVE: JetsInsider Radio Sunday Tailgate Broadcast

Monday, September 24th, 2012

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Listen above to Sunday’s special pre-game JetsInsider Radio Tailgate edition broadcast where Publisher Sean Deegan and Jim “Mojo” Morrison chat with Associated Press Jets beat writer Dennis Waszak and take calls from the fans.

We also break down the game, make predictions and get pumped up for an excellent AFC East matchup between the Jets and the ‘Fins.

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Jets and their Fans praying Revis injury isn’t season ending

Sunday, September 23rd, 2012

MIAMI FL – After the Jets ugly win against the Dolphins Sunday, the biggest thing on everyone’s mind involved with the organization… staff, media and fans isn’t the team’s  unimpressive performance on both sides of the ball, it’s the status of their franchise player, All-Pro CB Darrelle Revis who injured his knee during the game.

Everyone involved with the Jets are praying Darrell Revis' knee injury is not serious. ( Photo)Revis left the game in the second half after his left knee appeared to buckle when trying to tackle Dolphins RB Daniel Thomas. The injury initially seemed to be very serious as he winced in pain on the field and while being taken off.

Revis left the game in the second half after his left knee appeared to buckle when trying to tackle Dolphins RB Daniel Thomas. The injury initially seemed to be very serious as he winced in pain on the field and while being taken off. He was seen afterwards boarding the team bus walking without crutches but with a noticeable limp.

Revis declined to speak to the media or comment about his injury after the game. Coach Rex Ryan acknowledged that the loss of Revis would be a devastating loss for the team.

“Clearly, with Darrelle, your best player, of course you’re going to be concerned.” said Ryan.  ”I don’t know anything about it right now. We’ll find out with the MRI.”

According to the team, the MRI is scheduled tomorrow morning and everyone in Jetsland will be holding their breath until then hoping not to hear the dreaded “tear” word when the results are revealed.

The loss of Revis would be a back breaking blow to the team who despite being touted as a premier defense before the season by the Coach and many NFL experts, has struggled, giving up 72 points in 3 games.

Revis’ replacement is former first round pick Kyle Wilson who has yet to show that he can handle the role as a starter or even a replacement or extra CB for that matter. Making matters worse, Revis’ partner on the other side of the field, Antonio Cromartie has struggled the first three games.

All in all, bad news for a team seemingly going into the hardest next two weeks of the season, with matchups against the 49ers and Texans.

Be sure to check back to JI often for all the latest updates and breaking information on this and all other NY Jets news.

Desire to see Tebow as Jets QB is created by the media, not the fans

Monday, September 10th, 2012

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ: After the Jets’ shellacking of Buffalo yesterday 48-28, I was chatting with a friend  who covers the Jets for a major media outlet on the way down Rex Ryan’s post-game presser. He told me his boss emailed him to make sure he got plenty of Tebow stuff  for his game story.

Smart Jets fans want Tim Tebow to stay right here this season...on the bench ( Photo)

Tebow stuff? 5 plays for 11 yards. How do you generate “plenty of Tebow stuff” from that?

This proves it…It’s really not the Fans who want Tim Tebow playing QB for the Jets, it’s the media. Basically because he’s a news wet dream.

Don’t get me wrong. If the Jets lose to Buffalo yesterday and Mark Sanchez continued his pre-season offensive sputter and threw 3 or 4 picks, the fans would be all over him and probably be screaming for Tebow. However, if Drew Stanton was still the Jets back-up QB the cries would be the same.

The backup QB is always the savior in waiting, whether he’s Tim Tebow, Kellen Clemens, Glenn Foley or even Matt Robinson (for those old timers).

Despite Tebow’s obvious aura as a personality and his ability to make plays at times like he did in Denver, I find it really hard pressed to think that any fan who knows the game of professional football would want this man as their starting QB…not just over Sanchez, over ANY current NFL starter. I know the retorts…”he’s a winner”, “he’s a playmaker”, “he’s the golden child” etc… Playing in the SEC, those are all good points but in the NFL it just doesn’t cut it.

It’s been clear since Tebow was drafted that he cannot throw the ball on an NFL level. Did you watch Tebow this pre-season? He had every chance to show he could be the Jets’ man but failed miserably every chance he got. We also saw yesterday with his running of the garbage wildcat package, that it’s nothing more than a gimmick which doesn’t fool anyone.

Tebow had some late game flashes in Denver last year. He beat our own Jets in the final minutes. He beat the mighty Steelers in the playoffs. But honestly… the real reason Denver was even in those games last season was not due to Tebow, it was due to their overachieving  defense. If the defense didn’t keep the games low scoring and close, it’s likely none of them would have been winnable. Do you really think that Pittsburgh playoff game would have been the same if the Steelers weren’t decimated with injuries?

I’m very happy for Mark Sanchez. He did what he had to yesterday to for now, quiet his critics. He will likely have to continue to do this all season to keep the heat off of him which is really unfair based on his past success with this team. He’s the most over-criticized QB in the NFL in my opinion. However, the majority of the heat will be from the media, and not the fans.  When any QB falters fans always scream for the backup. If Tebow wasn’t here it would be Stanton or even McElroy the fans would call for.

Bottom line is that NY is the eye of the world’s sports media hurricane. There are a lot of papers and TV/Radio ad space to sell. Whether the Jets win or lose, Tebow as QB sells.

Jets fans just want to win. Who leads them to victory is really secondary.