A play that will live…in infamy. Well, at least among New York Jets fans. Thanksgiving night in 2012 is when the NY…
Last week we reported (along with everyone else) that Antonio Cromartie–NYJ cornerback and proud father of at l…
It's no coincidence that Mark Sanchez is butt of every joke. Here's your related NFL statistic of the day: the New York Jets gave up three touchdowns in 56 seconds of gametime.
One of the most popular sports miniseries is the HBO series Hard Knocks which follows an NFL team through training camp…
One of the best things about sports is that you play to win the game and there is nothing better than team coming back from a…
Yesterday's big news wasn't the fact that a head coach was suspended for a year, it was the New York Jets making a trade for Tim Tebow. The move made tons of sense for the Broncos team, but I'm sure more than a few Denver fans are upset at losing their cultural icon. Regardless of your own personal take on Tebowmania, no one can deny that ladies love him. Click to read more
Recently, Randy Moss announced on a live webcast during his birthday that he would be coming out of retirement after ret…
When the schedule first came out, fans creamed in their collective pants when they saw the Jets-Giants matchup on Christmas Eve. But over the last month or so, Big Blue and Gang Green have almost completely blown any shot they had at making the playoffs. The game's now been dubbed "The Pooper Bowl". Though the play on the field might be sh*tty, we can always hope the camera pans to sexy fans in the stands (Kate Upton maybe?). To get you excited we're presenting each team's sexiest fans and asking you to vote for the hotter squad. Click through to review.
November 11th is Mark Sanchez's birthday. On this day, the Jets signal caller turns 25. Mark's acquired a number of nicknames over the years - Sanchize, The Dirty, and most recently Flinchez for his embarrassing display against the Bills in Week 9. Being the top gun in New York is no walk in the park and Sanchez has handled most of the criticism and skepticism fairly well. From the backlash over his homoerotic photos in GQ to eating a hot dog during a game to banging a 17-year-old, it seems Mark's been a marked man. Through it all, though, he's kept winning ball games - none of which were pretty but a W's a W. As long as he keeps avoiding Ls, he'll keep getting T&A even after chicks see our birthday gift to him - funny pics and gifs of #6. Check 'em out after the jump.
In this week's NFL Upon Further Review, Atlanta’s Julio Jones had a big weekend, Mark Sanchez’s blocking leaves something to be desired, Rex Ryan can jump, Dexter McCluster can leap Miami Dolphins in a single bound, and Patrick Peterson sends St. Louis home in shocking fashion in overtime. Check out the best highlights and lowlights from week 9 of NFL action after the jump.
With the lockout-shortened offseason condensed down to a just a few weeks, football fans were treated to a flurry of trades and free agent signings that promised to shift the balance of power in the NFL. While much of the attention went to the Eagles, teams all over the league made moves that had their fans beating their chests and taking to the message boards. Click the link to see Tri-State Sports Guys' co-host Mike DePalma's picks for the ones that haven’t lived up to the expectations.
If you needed a phrase to describe week 6 of the 2011 NFL season, that phrase would be, “Everything new is old again”. The Ravens won with defense, the Raiders won with speed, and sexy Rexy threw four picks. After Sunday night, 29 of the 30 NFL teams had at least one loss on their records. The only undefeated team? The Green Bay Packers. Like I said, “Everything new is old again.” Check out the top stories, pics, highlights, lowlights, and a preview of tonight's game between the Jets and Dolphins after the jump.
As week 4 of the NFL season comes to a close, we take a look at last night's turnover-heavy Jets-Ravens matchup, the Lions' and 49ers impressive comebacks against the Cowboys and Eagles, the controversial call which allowed the Giants to come back and snatch victory away from the Cards, the Vikings' tailspin, Tom Brady and Devin Hester's milestones, and a preview of Monday night's game between the Bucs and Colts. Check out all the insight and analysis after the jump.
The last few years it seems the trend in the NFC, at least, is for #5 and #6 seeds to look mediocre during the regular season then straight up run the gamut and win it all when it counts. The AFC has been fairly more predictable with the Pats, Colts, and Steelers playing merry go round at the top of the heap. With the Lockout ending in late July, most teams are struggling to make up for lost time. With more than 250 games on tap, we've narrowed down the field to the 20 we're most looking forward to. Check' em out after the jump.
We love the Jets like Rex Ryan loves this little piggy. So with Gang Green facing 'do or die' in tonight's AFC Championship game, we thought what better way to get our game face on, than with a good old-fashioned Rex Ryan locker room rant. This speech is certain to go down in history the 2nd greatest pep talk of all-time right behind Knute Rockne's 'Win one for the Gipper". It's an incredible speech and an even better T-Shirt. "Let's Go Eat A Goddam Snack!"
Last week, COED went 2-2 with our picks. Those wacky Seahawks done f'd us over again and the Jets took advantage of New England's mistakes to pull out a surprise win. As far as the results from our Cheerleaders / Hot Fans vote, foxy Steelers fans beat out the ravishing Ravens cheerleaders 73% to 27%, the Jets flight crew flew past the Pats pom pom pushers 61% to 39%, pretty Packers chicks crushed the fine Falcons cheer squad 68% to 32%, and the sexy Sea Gals did what their players couldn't, defeating Sarah Spain and other hot Bears girls 68% to 32%. So, who will come out on top this week? Read our analysis and predictions after the jump!
With video of Bart Scott's emotional post-game interview spreading across the 'net like whoa, we thought we'd take a look at some of the best postgame interviews ever uploaded. It's important to note we didn't include videos from press conferences. Players and coaches know what they're stepping into when those happen. These post-game interviews feature players fresh off the court, the rink, or the field, often still in uniform, still out-of-breath, and still in the heat of the moment. That's when you get the best emotion. We know you CAN'T WAIT! See the videos after the jump!
So, COED went 3-1 last week with our predictions, though our final scores were way off. Take a wild (card) guess which game we lost on. That's right. Those wiley Seahawks. Marshawn Lynch (no relation) had one of the most epic... whoops, can't use that word... the craziest run in the history of the playoffs shedding 8 tackles en route to a long touchdown. See our predictions (and pics of each team's cheerleaders) after the jump!
This weekend’s Wild Card games should be interesting. You have the Packers flying into Philly to try to ground Vi…
Our friends at deadspin.com broke a story a couple of weeks ago about a series of foot fetish videos of a woman who may or may not be Jet's coach Rex Ryan's wife. To date Coach Ryan has not confirmed or denied his wife's participation in the videos commenting only that "this is a personal matter." Well, the matter just became a bit more public with the release of two new sets of photos. One features a probable Mrs. Ryan showing off her front and very wide open end zone. And another showing the same woman having sexy time preformed on her feet by a man much darker than Rex. (Warning: You Cannot Unsee These Photos)
All three of these broads have been affiliated with the Jets which means they likely have an inflated ego and a delusional sense of reality. Choose marriage and you'll probably spend the rest of your life with a chick who thinks she wins 'Wife Of The Year' every single year because she cleaned the house and made a great dinner Week 2 of the marriage then let everything fall to shit. Play this game, Marry, F--k, Kill Jenn Sterger, Ines Sainz and Hilary Rhoda.
Frank Sinatra sang a great song about it. Too many television shows and movies are based there. The cost of living is outrageous, but what makes it all worth while are not the New York Yankees, Mets, Giants, or Jets. It's the women. For some of the finest in the city not to mention the country you have to look no further than the sideline for the Jets every Sunday.
In light of the NFL’s attempt to make the game resemble flag football (the less contact, the better), we take a look at some of the most intimidating players the NFL has ever seen. They may try to reduce the pain now, but we’ll always have the past to bask in, past players and present.
With Brett Favre slowly 'fessing up to his extramarital affaris with former New York Jets reporter Jenn Sterger, COED decided to write a letter to Brett's wife Deanna Favre to lend some support. As George Michael once sang, "You Gotta Have Faith." Place your faith in us, Deanna!
On Monday Night Football, the majority of viewers will be starving for details on Favre's sexts with former Jets sideline reporter Jenn Sterger. The question COED has is: Are Brett's balls big enough to parlay a threesome with Sterger and Azteca TV reporter, Ines Sainz, who was recently harassed by the Jets a few weeks ago.
Before last Sunday’s games, there were eight teams getting ready to hit the panic button at 0-2. Some teams gave their fans a glimmer of hope (Dallas Cowboys, Minnesota Vikings), some avoided a potential winless season (St. Louis Rams), and some still face that possibility (Buffalo Bills, Carolina Panthers).
Rumor has it when Jets wide-out Braylon Edwards was a student at the University of Michigan, two female reporters from the campus newspaper called, "The Michigan Daily" were in the midst of an interview with the receiver when he told them, "I want to have sex with both of you right now."
A new identity is starting to form for some teams with the conclusion of the NFL draft. Many teams drafted very well, filling many of the holes they had; others have been active in the trade department. Either way there are a handful of teams that have been either skirting the edge of success or have not seen it in sometime that may be in a good position to make a run for the Super Bowl in Dallas.
Boston College coach Jeff Jagodzinski has been told he will be fired if he interviews for the head-coaching vacancy with the New York Jets, according to sources.