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Antonio Cromartie

November 27, 2013
Secondary issues: Geno not the only problem

FLORHAM PARK, NJ – Geno Smith might be the poster boy for the Jets’ struggles this season – the guy that gets the headlines and elicits the most talk radio debate – but he’s not the only one to blame. No, the Jets have a secondary problem, namely, problems with their secondary. “The big play…

November 24, 2013
Jets can’t bounce back in ugly loss to Ravens

BALTIMORE, MD – A new streak ended and an old one endured in Baltimore. And that means bad news for the New York Jets. After falling to the Baltimore Ravens, 19-3, on Sunday, the Jets failed to follow a loss with a win for the first time all season and dropped to 3-17 when facing…

October 31, 2013
Preview: Jets (4-4) vs. New Orleans Saints (6-1)

FLORHAM PARK, NJ – The Jets have keep a pretty consistent win-loss, win-loss pattern going this season, so if it holds, they should pull off a thrilling victory over the New Orleans Saints on Sunday. But as against the Atlanta Falcons and New England Patriots, teams the Jets have upset so far this season, conventional…

October 25, 2013
Cromartie’s next big test: shutting down AJ Green

FLORHAM PARK, NJ – Somewhere along the line, Antonio Cromartie became a veteran, someone who has been around the block long enough to recognize talent when he sees it. And it’s safe to say, the 29-year-old Cromartie sees something in Cincinnati Bengal’s wide receiver AJ Green. “[Green reminds me] a lot of Randy Moss, I would say…