If the Jets win their regular-season finale, they'll be back in the playoffs. Why, then, do their fans feel Charlie Brown's sense of dread, Greg Garber asks?
Outside of the fact they are both from New York and play a division foe in the playoffs, the Jets and Giants have very little in common, writes Greg Garber.
Outside of the fact they are both from New York and both play a division team in the playoffs, the Jets and Giants have very little in common, writes Greg Garber.
Despite -- or maybe thanks to -- two surgeries, a huge pay cut and nearly losing his job, Chad Pennington is a stronger, and better, player.
Want intrigue and excitement? Look no further than the eight QBs left in the playoffs.
After a 2-5 start, Herman Edwards righted the Jets and has the team on the verge of a playoff spot.
Rich Gannon is the epitome of an NFL journeyman, while Chad Pennington has shot to stardom in his first year as a starter.
More confidence and a quarterback change have Laveranues Coles among the NFL's best receivers.
Rich Gannon's march through the season has him on pace to break some of the league's top passing records.
Who thought the Rams would start 0-4? And what's with the Jets, Vikings and Bengals, too?