If Jets' D gives a Week 2 effort in Week 7, Jets just may snap the Pats' streak.
Bilal Powell may be the Jets' quietest man. But he knows how to get noticed.
Finally, Jets' defense and offense share same mentality: attack, attack, attack.
Rex Ryan's flip-flop on using a wristband suggests Ryan is scared of Old Rex.
Rex Ryan's lame-duck contract year is looking even lamer by the hour.
Rex loves him some Michael Vick. Be afraid, Jets fans -- be very afraid.
The Jets didn't see this coming? They definitely should've known better.
Mark Sanchez was benched. Will his follies ultimately bring Rex Ryan down?
The Jets have a Sanchez problem more than a Tebow problem.
Their expectations downsized, meet the Incredible Shrinking Jets.
Rex Ryan still doesn't have answers for how to use Tebow or the Jets' struggles.
Return of Jets' swagger and bravado must end better than it has in the past.
Mark Sanchez wasn't the Jets' hero against the Colts, but he did his job.
The Jets played the Texans close, but the truth is, they're miles apart.
Rex Ryan was mad. His Jets were just plain bad. And the future isn't bright.
Losing Darrelle Revis is just one of many problems the Jets have right now.