The Jets locker room has more protesters than can be found in lower Manhattan in Zuccotti Park.
That was a long 136 days of lockout, and I really didn't think that the players and owners would get their acts together in time for the season to start on time.
We Jets fans have to wonder if Rex believes everything that comes out of his mouth as much as enjoys all the stuff that goes into it.
How many more next years can there be? When does this year ever become the next year we hoped it would be?
There is either something wrong with this picture, or perhaps it is just the silence before the fury.
A surprisingly brief playoff run puts a damper on a surprisingly dominant regular season.
Today Jets fans are bursting with green pride, while fans of the New England Patriots just might be green with envy.
These AFC rivals meet for a third battle this season, but it's win or go home and play golf time now. Let the countdown to kickoff begin!
The only thing that truly matters is when Tom Brady and Mark Sanchez walk on that field in Foxborough this Sunday.
Unlike last year, Manning goes back home and the Jets move on.