Sanchez leads Jets past Jaguars 37-13
He went 13-for-23 with one touchdown. Unfortunately he made two errors: No. 1 A red zone interception to Jaguars cornerback Marcus Trufant No. 2 As the second quarter came to a close, he held onto the ball for an extended period of time. He then overthrew wide receiver Clyde Gates in the end zone as time as the clock hit zero. “That won’t happen again,” Sanchez said referring to the play. However Jets head coach Rex Ryan took the blame saying “that one was on me” for managing time more efficiently.
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Vasquez, USA TODAY Sports New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) congratulates wide receiver Danny Amendola (80) after catching a touchdown during the first quarter against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Gillette Stadium. Greg M. Cooper, USA TODAY Sports New Orleans Saints wide receiver Nick Toon (88) catches a pass over Oakland Raiders cornerback Tracy Porter (31) during the first quarter of a preseason game at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Derick E. Hingle, USA TODAY Sports Minnesota Vikings quarterback Christian Ponder (7) is sacked by Buffalo Bills defensive end Jerry Hughes (55) during the first quarter at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Kevin Hoffman, USA TODAY Sports New England Patriots tight end Zach Sudfeld (44) celebrates a two point conversion with wide receiver Josh Boyce (82) during the first quarter against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Gillette Stadium. Stew Milne, USA TODAY Sports Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith (11) scrambles under pressure from San Francisco 49ers linebacker Michael Wilhoite (57) in the first half at Arrowhead Stadium. John Rieger, USA TODAY Sports Buffalo Bills cornerback Stephon Gilmore (24) breaks up a pass to Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Jarius Wright (17) during the first half at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Timothy T. Ludwig, USA TODAY Sports Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith (82) runs for a 77-yard touchdown on a pass from quarterback Joe Flacco (not pictured) against the Atlanta Falcons at M&T Bank Stadium. Mitch Stringer, USA TODAY Sports Atlanta Falcons running back Jacquizz Rodgers (32) avoids the tackle of Baltimore Ravens safety Matt Elam (26) at M&T Bank Stadium. Evan Habeeb, USA TODAY Sports Cleveland Browns tight end Jordan Cameron (84) makes a catch for a touchdown in the first quarter of a preseason game against the Detroit Lions at FirstEnergy Stadium. Andrew Weber, USA TODAY Sports San Diego Chargers inside linebacker Donald Butler (56) celebrates an interception of a pass from Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler (not pictured) during the first quarter at Soldier Field. Dennis Wierzbicki, USA TODAY Spor Chicago Bears running back Michael Bush (29) is tackled by San Diego Chargers defensive end Jarius Wynn (99) during the second quarter at Soldier Field. Dennis Wierzbicki, USA TODAY Spor Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton (1) gets away from Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Cedric Thornton (72) during the first half at Lincoln Financial Field. Joe Camporeale, USA TODAY Sports Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh (90) hits Cleveland Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden (3) in the first quarter of a preseason game at FirstEnergy Stadium. Andrew Weber, USA TODAY Sports Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders (88) runs after a catch as New York Giants outside linebacker Spencer Paysinger (52) defends during the first quarter at Heinz Field. Charles LeClaire, USA TODAY Sport Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle (35) dives for a touchdown during the fourth quarter at O.Co Coliseum. Ed Szczepanski, USA TODAY Sports New York Jets tight end Jeff Cumberland (87) celebrates with Mark Sanchez (6) after catching a pass for a touchdown in the first quarter of a preseason game against the Detroit Lions at Ford Field. Andrew Weber, USA TODAY Sports Detroit Lions wide receiver Matt Willis (12) catches a pass in the end zone for a touchdown while being defended by New York Jets running back Chad Spann (30) in the second quarter of a preseason game at Ford Field. Andrew Weber, USA TODAY Sports Carolina Panthers wide receiver Armanti Edwards (14) jumps up to catch a pass against the Chicago Bears during the first quarter. Jeremy Brevard, USA TODAY Sports New England Patriots running back Shane Vereen (34) makes a touchdown catch against the Philadelphia Eagles during the first half of a preseason game at Lincoln Financial Field. Joe Camporeale, USA TODAY Sports Green Bay Packers running back Johnathan Franklin (23) runs for short yards during game against the Arizona Cardinals at Lambeau Field. Benny Sieu, USA TODAY Sports Miami Dolphins running back Jonas Gray (32) runs with the ball as Jacksonville Jaguars free safety Josh Evans (26) defends during the second quarter at EverBank Field. Kim Klement, USA TODAY Sports Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith (11) rolls out while pressured by New Orleans Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan (94). Chuck Cook, USA TODAY Sports Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush (21) runs the ball in the first quarter of a preseason game against the New York Jets at Ford Field. Andrew Weber, USA TODAY Sports Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson (10) carries for a touchdown during the first quarter against the New England Patriots at Lincoln Financial Field. Howard Smith, USA TODAY Sports San Diego Chargers running back Ryan Mathews (24) jumps over the line for a first down during the first half against the Seattle Seahawks at Qualcomm Stadium. Christopher Hanewinckel, USA TODAY Sports Baltimore Ravens wide receiver LaQuan Williams (15) makes a touchdown reception over Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive back Rashaan Melvin (28) during the third quarter at Raymond James Stadium. Douglas Jones, USA TODAY Sports San Francisco 49ers linebacker Michael Wilhoite (57) and tight end Demarcus Dobbs (83) sack Denver Broncos quarterback Brock Osweiler (17) during the second quarter at Candlestick Park. Kelley L Cox, USA TODAY Sports Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick (27) breaks up a pass intended for Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Kevin Cone (15) in the first half at the Georgia Dome. Daniel Shirey, USA TODAY Sports Cleveland Browns wide receiver Greg Little (18) makes a catch while St. Louis Rams free safety T.J. McDonald (25) goes in for the tackle in the first quarter at FirstEnergy Stadium. Rick Osentoski, USA TODAY Sports San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick (7) runs against the Denver Broncos at Candlestick Park. Kelley L Cox, USA TODAY Sports Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson (3) scrambles out of the pocket for a short gain during the first half against the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium. Christopher Hanewinckel, USA TODAY Sports Washington Redskins wide receiver Leonard Hankerson (85) dives into the end zone to score a touchdown against the Tennessee Titans during a preseason game at LP Field. Frederick Breedon, Getty Images San Diego Chargers linebacker Manti Te’o (50) waits for the snap during the first half against the Seattle Seahawks at Qualcomm Stadium. Christopher Hanewinckel, USA TODAY Sports Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning (18) throws a pass during the first quarter of the game against the San Francisco 49ers at Candlestick Park. Ed Szczepanski, USA TODAY Sports Baltimore Ravens tackle Michael Oher (74) blocks Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive end Lazarius Levingston (78) during the second quarter at Raymond James Stadium. Kim Klement, USA TODAY Sports Atlanta Falcons defensive end Osi Umenyiora (90) and nose tackle Travian Robertson (92) tackle Cincinnati Bengals running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis (42) in the first half at the Georgia Dome. Daniel Shirey, USA TODAY Sports Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson (28) gets past Washington Redskins linebacker Brian Orakpo (98) while running 58 yards for a touchdown in the first quarter. Wade Payne, AP Tennessee Titans quarterback Jake Locker (10) passes against the Washington Redskins during the first half at LP Field. Don McPeak, USA TODAY Sports Cleveland Browns defensive tackle Phillip Taylor (98) tries to tackle St. Louis Rams running back Isaiah Pead (24) in the first half at FirstEnergy Stadium. Rick Osentoski, USA TODAY Sports Miami Dolphins wide receiver Brian Tyms (85) is tackled by Dallas Cowboys defensive back Jakar Hamilton (43) and cornerback B.W.
No QB decision, but Geno says he’s ready
Reuland has been targeted three times so far in the preseason. He recorded a 31-yard reception against the Jaguars on Saturday, showcasing natural strength while breaking free of defenders for a big gain. Reuland also almost scooped a muffed punt for a touchdown, but was taken down inside the five-yard line. Tight end was a position of relative concern for the Jets entering camp. But Jeff Cumberland and Reuland have exceeded outsiders’ expectations. Reuland should see an increase in playing time in 2013.
Coughlin On Upcoming Jets Game: ‘It Will Be A Very Good Test For Us’
— And the wait continues. Rex Ryan declined Monday to reveal his quarterback plans for Saturday night against the Giants, let alone Week 1, but it appears that rookie Geno Smith will see extended action this weekend, perhaps as the starter — if his ankle holds up in practice. Who will be the Jets starting quarterback in Week 1? “We’re hoping he’ll progress and he’ll be ready to play,” Ryan said. Smith, coming off four days of rest, returned to practice and took the first-team reps — but it was hardly a smooth day. He completed only one of six passes, including an interception. He was victimized by two Stephen Hill drops on well-thrown deep balls.
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After Billy Cundiff’s 30-yard field goal for the Jets, Gabbert carved up New York’s starting defense again using an effective no-huddle. The 18-play drive stalled, however, at the 5 and the Jaguars settled for Josh Scobee’s 23-yard field goal. Sanchez had an impressive drive of his own on the Jets’ next possession, but ruined it with a throw for Kellen Winslow Jr. from the Jaguars 3 that was intercepted in the end zone by Marcus Trufant. The sparse crowd at MetLife Stadium booed Sanchez loudly, just moments after cheering him for grounding a pass near the goal line rather than taking a risky chance and turning the ball over.
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Also, defensive end Justin Tuck has a mild hamstring injury and his status is uncertain. Jim Cordle replaced Baas, but Coughlin said he is exploring all options for his line. Well discuss that, Coughlin said. There are plenty of opportunities to play going forward, whatever decision we make, youll have Cordle and the other centers all involved. Entering his third season, Cordle has played in 25 games for the Giants, but he hasnt started one. If the coaches decide to change things up, they can move left guard Kevin Boothe to center and then shuffle the rest of the line.
Jets’ Quinton Coples out indefinitely with ankle injury
Finance Tue, Aug 20, 2013, 11:36 AM EDT – U.S. Markets close in 4 hrs 24 mins Stock Watch Home Depot Beats; Best Buy Surprises; Barnes & Noble Sinks MetLife, New York Giants, New York Jets Kick Off “The Road to MetLife Stadium” New York Giants Wide Receiver Hakeem Nicks and Former New York Jets Star Chad Pennington bring fans “cool” treats to celebrate a special year Press Release: MetLife 15 hours ago Print NEW YORK, Aug. 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Today MetLife, New York Giants Wide Receiver Hakeem Nicks and former New York Jets QB Chad Pennington served free snow cones provided by MetLife Stadium favorite, Rita’s Italian Ice. Fans had the opportunity to interact with PEANUTS Characters, the New York Jets Flight Crew and take photos alongside the Snoopy Trophy, which will be presented to this year’s MetLife Bowl Champion. The Road to MetLife Stadium event preludes the third annual MetLife Bowl, when the New York Giants and the New York Jets will compete this Saturday, August 24 at 7 p.m. ET. Image with caption: “Former New York Jets quarterback Chad Pennington and New York Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks served frozen treats to football fans at “The Road to MetLife Stadium” kick-off event in Manhattan, NY, August 19, 2013.” Image available at: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130819/MM66435-a Image with caption: “Former New York Jets quarterback Chad Pennington and New York Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks are pictured with the MetLife Bowl trophy at “The Road to MetLife Stadium” kick-off event in Manhattan, NY, August 19, 2013.” Image available at: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130819/MM66435-b Image with caption: “New York Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks and former New York Jets quarterback Chad Pennington announce a special charitable donation by MetLife Foundation to be made during this year’s MetLife Bowl on August 24, 2013 as part of “The Road to MetLife Stadium” kick-off event in Manhattan, NY, August 19, 2013.” Image available at: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130819/MM66435-c
Cromartie shines when put in man to man coverage, and this season will feature plenty of that for the 6-foot-2, 210-pound corner. According to Football Outsiders advanced metrics for evaluating corners, Cromartie ranked 6th best in the NFL among all corners in yards per pass at 5.7 on average. He saw 84 passes thrown in his direction but only allowed 33 catches during the season. His play over the past three seasons has been outstanding in New York, and it could be argued that if he didnt have such a checkered past a.k.a. eight kids to seven women outside of his now nuclear family he would have just as big of a profile as Revis did during his success in the Big Apple.
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