Tag:

Main Page

I know some of you are fond of Football Outsiders, (as am I) so once the season gets underway and trends start developing, looking at an opponent?s rankings on Football Outsiders helps to give fans some perspective.

(As a heads up, negative percentages are good on defense, bad on offense & specials)

Pass Offense:?43.3% (4th)

Tags: bentdouble, brianbassett, Main Page, Brian Bassett
Read More

I know some of you are fond of Football Outsiders, (as am I) so once the season gets underway and trends start developing, looking at an opponent?s rankings on Football Outsiders helps to give fans some perspective.

(As a heads up, negative percentages are good on defense, bad on offense & specials)

Pass Offense:?-17.2% (29th)

Tags: brianbassett, Main Page, Brian Bassett
Read More

I know some of you are fond of Football Outsiders, (as am I) so once the season gets underway and trends start developing, looking at an opponent?s rankings on Football Outsiders helps to give fans some perspective.

(As a heads up, negative percentages are good on defense, bad on offense & specials)

Tags: bentdouble, brianbassett, Main Page, Brian Bassett
Read More

I know some of you are fond of Football Outsiders, (as am I) so once the season gets underway and trends start developing, looking at an opponent?s rankings on Football Outsiders helps to give fans some perspective.

(As a heads up, negative percentages are good on defense, bad on offense & specials)

Tags: brianbassett, Main Page, Brian Bassett
Read More

I know some of you are fond of Football Outsiders, (as am I) so once the season gets underway and trends start developing, looking at an opponent?s rankings on Football Outsiders helps to give fans some perspective.

(As a heads up, negative percentages are good on defense, bad on offense & specials)

Tags: brianbassett, jmcguire860, Main Page, Brian Bassett
Read More

I know some of you are fond of Football Outsiders, (as am I) so once the season gets underway and trends start developing, looking at an opponent?s rankings on Football Outsiders helps to give fans some perspective.

(As a heads up, negative percentages are good on defense, bad on offense & specials)

Pass Offense:?58.6% (2nd)

Tags: bentdouble, brianbassett, Main Page, Brian Bassett
Read More

I know some of you are fond of Football Outsiders, (as am I) so once the season gets underway and trends start developing, looking at an opponent?s rankings on Football Outsiders helps to give fans some perspective.

(As a heads up, negative percentages are good on defense, bad on offense & specials)

Tags: bentdouble, brianbassett, Main Page, Brian Bassett
Read More

I know some of you are fond of Football Outsiders, (as am I) so once the season gets underway and trends start developing, looking at an opponent?s rankings on Football Outsiders helps to give fans some perspective.

(As a heads up, negative percentages are good on defense, bad on offense & specials)

Tags: brianbassett, Main Page, Brian Bassett
Read More

Game: The Jets kickoff the 2014 season against the Raiders at MetLife Stadium on Sunday.

Time: The game is scheduled to for?1 p.m. and will air on CBS, radio is ESPN-FM 98.7.

Tags: Audible, avsny, jfsilver, Main Page
Read More

The biggest points of emphasis in the NFL's annual officiating clinic were illegal contact and defensive holding, according to former NFL Vice President of Officiating and current Fox Sports analyst Mike Pereira.

https://twitter.com/MikePereira/status/490340440248307712

"Last time the NFL had this as a major emphasis was 2004," Pereira further explained, "and the number of illegal contact fouls went from 79 to 191."

Tags: Main Page, NYJets, Brian Bassett
Read More

Woo hoo! ?Who's excited to see tonight's 2014 NFL Pro Bowl, Twilight Edition?

This year's event will be different than the conventional Pro Bowl format which split teams by conference. ?This year, the 2014 Pro Bowl features the first Pro Bowl Draft. Hall of Famers Deion Sanders and Jerry Rice each captained a team and selected their roster from the available pool of Pro Bowl players. ?Team Rice and Team Sanders will face off against each other, but don't fret. ?Both Jets in attendance (C Nick Mangold and CB Antonio Cromartie) wound up on Team Rice.

Tags: Main Page, Brian Bassett
Read More

Here?s a spot for you to log your reactions to the Week 8 early games that are taking place this afternoon.

Yeesh, what a bunch of stinkers. ?Some thoughts we have as a quick look at the early setup today:

Tags: Audible, Main Page, Brian Bassett
Read More

The Least You Should Know?

[sny-box]Geno Smith was benched at the start of the second half in favor of Matt Simms. ?Through the first half, Geno Smith was 4/10 for 29 yards with one interception. ?Worse, the team had only two first downs through thirty minutes and each time he left the field, boos rained down from an increasingly impatient crowd.

Tags: Geno Smith, Main Page, News, NYJets, the Jets, Brian Bassett
Read More

The Least You Should Know?

[sny-box]The Jets drop to 5-6,?knocking them out of the final playoff spot and putting them in a bad situation in their head-to-head against the now-rising Ravens.

The Jets were in the game through the first half, but the continued three and outs on offense made it untenable for the defense to keep the Ravens from scoring. ?That Baltimore score came in the last moments of the third quarter in the form of a Jacoby Jones 66 yard touchdown right between Ed Reed and Dee Milliner to put the Ravens up 19-3.

Tags: Main Page, News, NYJets, Brian Bassett
Read More

The Least You Should Know?

[sny-box]It was not the Jets day, taking until halfway through the third quarter to get on the board and only after the Jets had allowed 20 points, mainly due to an anemic offense with two turnovers.

The battle of the rookie quarterbacks tells the story of the day. Bills QB EJ Manuel was 20 for 28 with 245 yards and two scores while Geno Smith went 8 for 23 with 103 yards and no scores along with a fumble and three picks.

Tags: Main Page, News, NYJets, Brian Bassett
Read More

Based on Rex's press conference on Thursday, the Jets coaching staff is quite excited to have Ed Reed in the building, but they aren't the only ones that are thrilled to have Reed in the fold.

Dawan Landry, who has credited Reed with teaching him the work ethic of a pro, was happy to have Reed come full circle and?help the Jets make a playoff push.

?We?re just trying to take that next step,? said safety Dawan Landry, who played with Reed in Baltimore. ?The playoff run is on our mind.?
From veteran to youngster, this seems to be true. ?Kristian Dyer writes for Metro that?Josh Bush was pretty stoked.

Tags: Links, Main Page, News, Opinion, Brian Bassett
Read More

With the Jets on a bye this weekend, here?s a spot for you to log your reactions to the Week 10 games.

Some thoughts we have as a quick look at the early setup today:

Tags: Audible, Main Page, Brian Bassett
Read More

The Least You Should Know?

[sny-box]The Jets?came out strong against the Saints running for 198 yards as a team on 36 carries and getting two interceptions of Drew Brees in a upset victory, sending the Jets to 5-4 as they head into the bye and putting the Saints at 6-2 still atop the NFC South.

While Drew Brees threw for 392 yards, the Jets defense held Drew Brees and the Saints to just 20 points, a full eight points below their season average coming into the game.

Tags: Main Page, News, NYJets, Brian Bassett
Read More

The Least You Should Know?

[sny-box]Andy Dalton and Marvin Jones hooked up for eight receptions for 122 yards and four touchdowns. Dalton totaled 19/30 for 325 yards and five touchdowns and one interception to Mo Wilkerson.

Tags: Main Page, News, NYJets, Brian Bassett
Read More

Here?s a spot for you to log your reactions to the Week 8 early games that are taking place this afternoon.

Some thoughts we have as a quick look at the early setup today:

Tags: Audible, Main Page, Brian Bassett
Read More

The Least You Should Know?

[sny-box]The Jets losing streak of six straight losses (to the Pats) came to an end in an overtime victory.

Tags: Main Page, News, NYJets, Brian Bassett
Read More

?The Least You Should Know?

[sny-box]The third quarter was where the Jets seemed to let?the game get away from them. ?In it, the Steelers scored the only touchdown of the game and Geno Smith had an untimely interception in the red zone, keeping them from getting back into the game.

The Jets offense was unable to get into the end zone all day, only putting six points on the board in Nick Folk's only two attempts of the game.

Tags: Main Page, News, NYJets, Brian Bassett
Read More

The Least You Should Know?

[sny-box]The Jets dominated the first half, scoring 17 points and capping the half by stoning the Falcons on a 4th & 1 run from the Jets one yard line with one second remaining. In the second half the Jets struggled to keep the momentum of the first half alive as the Falcons regained some life. ?The Falcons led for the first time with 1:54 remaining in the game on a "Matty Ice" drive to put the Jets backs to the wall.

Tags: Main Page, News, NYJets, Brian Bassett
Read More

Here?s a spot for you to log your reactions to the Week 5 games since the Jets are playing on Monday Night Football.

Some thoughts we have as a quick look at the early setup today:

Tags: Audible, Main Page, Brian Bassett
Read More

The Least You Should Know?

[sny-box]The game got off to a rocky start for the Jets, when on the second play of the game Geno Smith threw an interception to Alterraun Verner that set up a score by the Titans. ?The turnovers continued from Smith, who on a second quarter scramble had the ball knocked loose which set up the Titans short second touchdown drive of the day and then threw another one to a contested Santonio Holmes. ?Verner also recovered a Smith fumble. ?On the day as a whole, the rookie committed four turnovers, of which the Titans converted for a touchdown each time.

Penalties were again a major factor in the game, as the Jets committed 10 for 66 yards on the day, many of which came in the first half.

Tags: Main Page, News, NYJets, Brian Bassett
Read More

Here?s a spot for you to log your reactions to the Week 3 early games that are taking place this afternoon.

Some thoughts we have as a quick look at the early setup today:

Tags: Audible, Main Page, Brian Bassett
Read More

Here's a quick recap of what is going on around the rest of the AFC East.

Buffalo Bills:

Miami Dolphins:New England Patriots:
Tags: Links, Main Page, Brian Bassett

The Least You Should Know?

[sny-box]The Jets move to 2-1 on the season and importantly posting their first divisional win.

In the first series with the offense, Geno Smith led the Jets right down the field to a touchdown on the back of a 45 yard hookup with Stephen Hill to get the drive going. ?Later, Hill had another long play for a touchdown to help put the Jets up early on the Bills.

Tags: Main Page, News, NYJets, Brian Bassett
Read More

Here?s a spot for you to log your reactions to the Week 3 early games that are taking place this afternoon.

Some thoughts we have as a quick look at the early setup today:

Tags: Audible, Main Page, Brian Bassett
Read More

Quinton Coples has been turning heads at training camp through being a more vocal part of the team's defense, but also because he's lost 12 pounds to play his new spot as a DE / rush linebacker. ?While there's a lot of new things for Coples to get a hold of, his coach Rex Ryan appreciates the gains that Coples is making as a part of his defense, per the New York Post.

Ryan has said Coples is thinking too much in practice and that has slowed him some, but overall he has been happy with what he has seen from the player the Jets took with the 16th pick in the 2012 Draft.

?I think just knowing the pro game and working at a higher tempo. I see him doing it,? Ryan said. ?We?ll give him a lot. He?s playing in, he?s playing outside, he?s doing a lot of different things. And you can?t do that if you don?t know what you?re doing, so I see that from him.

Tags: Main Page, News, Brian Bassett
Read More

In case you missed it, last week Matt Williamson graded the AFC teams and how they improved via free agency and the draft. There's been a lot of shade cast on the Jets moves, but Williamson didn't see it that way at all.

Here's a few of the choicer quotes from the ESPN Insider article?(some more info on the AFCE blog), like this one about the overall status of the team's work, giving the team a B- overall.

Many criticize the Jets and what seems like a circus-like environment around this organization, but I think this front office has done a solid job this offseason. The Jets did lose a lot, but many of these players needed to go.
And this about the common thread in the moves made at the quarterback position

Tags: Links, Main Page, NYJets, Reports, Brian Bassett
Read More

Stephen Hill has had a tough time staying on the field of late with the swelling of his knee after his surgery last winter, but according to Jets receivers coach Sanjay Lal, Hill is learning quickly and Santonio Holmes has been a big part of helping translate the technique to real world examples, according to Brian Costello of the New York Post.

Lal said Hill was making strides this offseason before his knee swelled up. Lal said his main point of emphasis for Hill has been route running.

?It's really feeling and understanding what you're trying to accomplish within a specific route,? Lal said. ?What am I trying to do to the defender? It's not just get from point A to point B. It's what happens along the way.?

Tags: Main Page, Brian Bassett
Read More

When the Jets drafted Sheldon Richardson the move initially seemed like a good chance to add a playmaker, but what seemed unclear was what exactly the defense would look like in 2013 between Wilkerson, Coples and the rookie Richardson. ?Now with a few practices and some instruction from the coaches, Richardson sounded very definitive on where he's going to help the Jets in 2013 according to Kristian Dyer in Metro.

In fact, ask Richardson where the Jets ideally want him to play and the answer was clear and concise.

?They want me at the 3 for sure,? Richardson said, referring to lining up inside on a guard as opposed to a tackle.

Tags: Links, Main Page, News, Brian Bassett
Read More

OL Willie Colon

As the Jets headed into training camp, the biggest concerns on the offensive line were around the two openings at starting guard. ?While the Jets didn't draft a player in the first or second round, the team gained lots of depth through the team's free agent acquisitions and drafting.

Of that group, former Steeler Willie Colon is penciled in as a starting guard, but shared with Seth Walder of the Daily News that a year ago, it wouldn't have been easy to identify himself as such. ?But when asked about his role last week, Colon told Walder that he was "definitely" a guard for the Jets.

Tags: Main Page, News, Brian Bassett
Read More

Kenrick Ellis

While the offseason can be a tough time for fans, it can also afford some great chances to interact with players. ?With that in mind, we're proud to announce that on 1:30PM ET Friday, TheJetsBlog will host our second in a series of "Ask Me Anything" Q&As right here on TJB with Jets Defensive Tackle Kenrick Ellis. ?After discussing this with Kenrick, Kenrick is thrilled?to come on the site and answer your questions.

Kenrick was drafted by the Jets in the third round of the 2011 NFL Draft out of Hampton University. ?In the last two seasons, Ellis started twice in 2012 and accumulated 17 ?tackles and his role has gradually increased as he's honed his game against the run, with his one of his best games coming against the Steelers in replacement of the then-injured Sione Pouha.

Tags: Main Page, News, NYJets, Brian Bassett
Read More

Here's some notes on some of the goings-on around the Jets.

Paying a Visit -- The Jets have started their draft prospect visits and it is something they took very seriously under the Tannenbaum era and likely will continue to do so under Idzik. ?Late last week players like Oregon DE Dion Jordan and Alabama CB Dee Milliner announced as visitors in the coming days and the Jets will continue to bring in prospects that are either local or out of area, but the Jets are only allotted 30 of those special visits, we'll be bringing out list to you in the coming days, but pay attention to whom the Jets bring in for one of those invites ... those are big.

Comes Down to Compensation -- Rich Cimini reports on ESPN NY that the Jets are going to take a more aggressive stance at netting compensatory draft picks. ?It's an interesting direction and one that the Jets barely used under Mike Tannenbaum's tenure, but it is not without it's own risks. ?Losing a free agent / potential starter this year for the purpose of gaining late round draft picks more than a year later is long-term thinking and while that's good and the strategy of teams like the Packers, owners and fans will want results now, and so this paradigm can be dangerous. ?It puts more reliance on the draft -- and that's a good thing in our perspective. ?Of course, there's a ramp-up period for such a strategy, so while there's going to be a bridge period to make this seamless ... and depending on the results of this strategy, it might make for more?

Tags: Main Page, OpEd, Brian Bassett
Read More

Eric Crocker

While the offseason can be a tough time for fans it can also afford some great chances to interact with players. ?With that in mind we're proud to announce that on 1:30PM ET Friday, TheJetsBlog will host an "Ask Me Anything" Q&A right here on TJB with recently signed Jet safety Eric Crocker. ?After talking with Eric about this idea earlier this week, Eric is?very?excited to be a Jet and can't wait to answer your questions.

Eric was signed to the Jets just about a month ago. ?Crocker has persevered and played his way up from the Arena league to reach the NFL, and despite some early adversity, he has a great story to tell and wants to share with all of you. ?To learn more about Eric, follow him on Twitter, see the links below and be sure to check out his interview with OneJetAtATime?from a few weeks ago.

Tags: Main Page, News, NYJets, Brian Bassett
Read More

In his third year straight, Nolan Nawrocki of Pro Football Weekly has ripped one of the top quarterbacks in the draft class and for the third year straight, the quarterback is of African-American descent. ?What's so odious about it, is that it comes on the same page where Matt Barkley, a much inferior prospect is seemingly given every benefit of the doubt.

I'm no Geno Smith apologist, but Nawrocki's previous complaints about Cam Newton and RG3 seem to have missed the mark. ?So maybe I'm more disposed to drafting Smith, solely based on Nawrocki's terrible evaluations?

There's a lot better writers who have already weighed in on the subject and I will let them editorialize further.

Tags: Links, Main Page, News, Editorial Aside, Brian Bassett
Read More

So far through the free agency period, the Jets have shown interest in a few tight ends, which indicates that the team is considering adding some competition to the spot and not just assuming that long-term project Jeff Cumberland will assume the starting role for the 2013 team, or that the team is dead set on drafting a player next month.

While Cumberland has improved in the passing game, he lacks some of the all-around skills that a tight end in a West Coast system might need, so the team is looking to visit with Fred Davis, as was reported widely yesterday.

Per the NY Post:

Tags: Main Page, News, Editorial Aside, Reports, Brian Bassett
Read More

?Here's a list of the schedule for the NFL Combine over the next few days.

Wednesday, Feb. 20

  • PK/ST/OL/TE medical pre-exam and X-rays, orientation, interviews
Thursday, Feb. 21
  • PK/ST/OL/TE measurements, medical exams, media, interviews
  • QB/WR/RB medical pre-exam and X-rays, orientation, interviews
Friday, Feb. 22
  • PK/ST workout; PK/ST/OL/TE bench press, psychological testing, interviewsQB/WR/RB measurements, medical exams, media, interviews
  • DL/LB medical pre-exam and X-rays, orientation, interviews
Saturday, Feb. 23
  • OL/TE on-field workout (timing, stations, skill drills)
  • QB/WR/RB psychological testing, bench press, interviews
  • DL/LB measurements, medical exams, media, interviews
  • DB medical pre-exam and X-rays, orientation, interviews
Sunday, Feb. 24
  • QB/WR/RB on-field workout
  • DL/LB psychological testing, bench press, interviews
  • DB measurements, medical exams, media, interviews
Monday, Feb. 25
  • DL/LB on-field workout
  • DB psychological testing, bench press, interviews
Tuesday, Feb. 26
  • DB on-field workout
Tags: Main Page, NYJets, Brian Bassett

There was another bit of compelling information in the Foles post we ran earlier ... that the consensus right now might be that no potentially drafted quarterback is worth first round consideration.

ESPN draft analyst Todd McShay held a conference call Friday in which McShay said nobody in the NFL he has talked to has a first-round grade on any quarterback in the 2013 draft.
Obviously, that piece of intelligence from McShay can be interpreted in any number of ways. ?What remains to be seen is whether or not those teams have the will power to hold to their early assessments. ?1996 was the last time that a QB wasn't drafted in the first round.

 

Tags: Main Page, Brian Bassett
Read More

In case what you weren't sure what LaRon Landry was hoping to get in his next contract, here's what Rich Cimini wrote yesterday about Landry's contract hopes for 2013 in his secondary review.

They probably will lose Landry, who is believed to be seeking at least $6 million a year.

As Corey talked about on the podcast today, Landry was a big reason that the Jets secondary were able to collectively step up in the absence of Darrelle Revis.

Tags: Links, Main Page, News, Brian Bassett
Read More

In the past, players like David Harris, Sione Pouha and Brad Smith have all garnered mentions in USA Today's All-Joe awards, and this year,?Jets defensive linemen Mo Wilkerson made USA Today's All-Joe list.

Muhammad Wilkerson (Jets):?An unbelievable run stopper and improving pass rusher, his 69 tackles were tops among NFL linemen who didn't win defensive MVP (Watt).

Interesting enough, former Jet OL Rob Turner also made the All-Joe list with the Rams. ?He's a player that we never understood why the Jets didn't do more to try and keep ...

Tags: Links, Main Page, Brian Bassett
Read More

No one is expecting the Jets to return to a ground and pound offense in 2013, but it's plain that the Jets are going to have to address the running back spot in the upcoming draft if they are not going to even feel out what it might take to get a player like Ahmad Bradshaw over to Florham Park.

Andrew Perloff writes on SI.com a whole 2013 preview for the Jets and shares an interesting note about the Jets running game and what the Jets need to do about it.

Draft a running back.?According to to Pro Football Focus, free-agent Shonn Greene averaged one forced missed tackle every 5.42 carries -- the worst mark in the NFL. And Greene doesn't have the receiving skills for Mornhinweg's system. Idzik was part of a staff that traded for Marshawn Lynch and drafted promising running back Robert Turbin in the fourth round of the '12 draft. He can find a productive back in the mid or late rounds.
Targeting a player in the draft would come a lot cheaper in terms of cap room for 2013 than if they go out and get a retread through free agency. ?It's hard to say where players will settle in just yet, but if the Jets played their cards right they might be able to snag a player like Stepfan Taylor out of Stanford. ?I've sen Taylor has high as the second round but generally coming in somewhere on the top of the third. ?While Taylor might garner the most interest, there's other second and third day selections that could be nice pickups for the Jets.?

Tags: Links, Main Page, News, Stats, Brian Bassett
Read More

We're take a look at each position on the Jets roster and take a look ahead at what the Jets might expect and might need to address this coming offseason. ?Up next, the Linebackers.

Coming Off The Books

Tags: Main Page, News, Brian Bassett
Read More

Here's a quick barnstorming of New York football.

LaRon Landry Wants to Come Back -- Landry enjoyed playing in New York and had his first Pro Bowl season in many years with the squad, so it's hard to blame him that he wants to come back to the team. ?Yesterday he joined NFL32 on ESPN and said as much. ?Even so, with the Jets up against the wall from a cap perspective, Landry will have a tough decision to make. ?To return, he's not going to get the lucrative deal he desires -- at least against the 2013 cap. ?So while Landry played on a heavy incentive laden contract in 2012 while he proved he could remain healthy for a decision, it's going to be up to him to chose whether they payday or playing in New York matters more. ?That's a lof of bananas at stake for Gucci!

Carrying Over?-- According to PFT, the Jets cap?carry over number to 2013?is $3.4 million. ?It's not a lot, but it will allow the Jets just a little more wiggle room as they maneuver the 2013 cap. ?What's amazing is seeing a team like the Eagles with $23 million in cap carryover ... how'd they do that? ?Also, note that the Seahawks were the team with the 6th most cap carryover space with $13.2 million. ?Being able to finagle that much money to carry over would have been in the radar of John Idzik, so it's ?good sign for the Jets going forward.

Tags: Links, Main Page, News, OpEd, Editorial Aside, Brian Bassett
Read More

Over the next few weeks, we'll take a look at each position on the Jets roster and take a look ahead at what the Jets might expect and might need to address this coming offseason. ?Now? The defensive line!

Coming Off The Books

Tags: Main Page, News, Opinion, Editorial Aside, Brian Bassett
Read More

While Osi Umemyiora's public criticisms of the Giants are widely known, the defender has expressed his desire stay with his original club if at all possible ... but if that's not about to happen, Osi's not opposed to becoming a player for the crosstown Jets.

?There?s a couple of teams my agent told me he will be contacting at a later time,?? Umenyiora told The Post during an appearance on behalf of MetLife, helping to promote Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium. ?I maintained to him my preference is to return to the Giants.??

When asked if the pass-rush-starved Jets are one of the teams on his immediate list, Umenyiora said, ?Rex Ryan, when I was coming out of college he was with Baltimore at the time and he came down to work me out at Troy, he came to Atlanta, just me and him. We had a pretty good time out there so I?ve always enjoyed him as a coach and as a person. That might be a good fit. Hopefully it will be with the Giants.??Jason Taylor was able to help out the Jets in a similar spot a few years ago, but it would once again be a short-term answer to a very longer term problem that the Jets have never seriously addressed during his first four years with the team. ?Taylor was brought in as a situational pass rusher and he had some impact in that fashion.

Tags: Buzz, Main Page, Brian Bassett
Read More

Whether right or wrong, LaDainian Tomlinson has a noteworthy perspective on the Jets potential interest in trading Darrelle Revis, per ESPN NY.

Tomlinson believes it would be a mistake to trade?Darrelle Revis, but he thinks that could happen because "Rex Ryan's silence in the whole thing about Revis has spoken volumes to me that something is actually happening."

He also said of a potential trade, "I feel because of the situation that they're in, the Jets feel like that's the only way they can make some headway in turning this roster around, getting more athletes on the roster, more athletes that can perform better.Tomlinson might be onto something, but I also think that Rex Ryan is minding his p's and q's with a new GM in house and the rumors running that Woody is not so sympatico with his coach as many seem to think. ?If the initial leak of the Revis story to LaCanfora did in fact come from Woody or someone in his innermost circle, then who is the coach to go against that?

Tags: Links, Main Page, News, Brian Bassett
Read More