Earlier this season there were some reports that Tebow might request a trade at the end of the year should he not get the opportunity to start.

Earlier Woody Johnson was on CNBC to talk politics, and the topic of his QBs came up, via the Star-Ledger.

"Will we keep Tebow? Absolutely," Johnson said. "He'll be with us for three years, and I think he's going to be a real valuable asset in terms of helping us win games."

Tags: jets, Links, Mark Sanchez, New York Jets, News, NYJets, Tim Tebow, Wildcat, woody johnson, Brian Bassett
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Prepare for some Wildcateering this weekend when the Jets face off against the Buffalo Bills this weekend at MetLife Stadium! ?Yesterday Rex Ryan told reporters that the Jets will plan to use the plays in their Week One matchup against the Bills.

"I think if we don't," Ryan said, "everybody's going to be like, 'Wait a second. You guys have been saying about this Wildcat, and we haven't even seen one snap of it.' But, sure, we're going to run some Wildcat. There's no doubt."

Tags: buffalo, Buffalo Bills, News, Rex Ryan, Spread Option, Tim Tebow, Wildcat, Brian Bassett
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The New York Jets are preparing themselves for their Week One opponent, the Buffalo Bills, there are plenty of soundbites from Jets players like Mike DeVito, Siona Po'uha, Stephen Hill and more.

Tags: Buffalo Bills, Film Room, joe mcknight, Mike Devito, New York Jets, Video, Rex Ryan, sione pouha, Stephen Hill, Wildcat, Brian Bassett

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Rex Ryan talks to the media about the Jets offense and running the Wildcat.

Tags: Film Room, Rex Ryan, Wildcat, Brian Bassett

During certain points of the first few practices in Cortland, the Jets PR staff would tell us what was able to be photographed or talked about via the media as the team tried to protect some of the offensive installation. ?It sounds as if that ramped up today with a hearty dose of Wildcat plays getting installed during practice.

Here's the links to some of the articles out there already. ?Just to save you time, if you are looking for in-depth analysis, it's not there since the media relations team put the kibosh on all of that. ?It's more anecdotes than anything.

[sny-box]ESPN:?Sal Paolantonio on Wildcat (Video)

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One of the most intriguing collegiate players entering the NFL July supplemental draft is Terrell Pryor. There are more articles and opinions circulating the Internet as to where he may land, than one could hope to read in on rainy Saturday. Of the articles I've managed to get through, a recurring theme present in?analyst's opinion of Pryor, is that?he fits the?Kordell Stewart mold. He possesses the physical attributes to help a team in many different ways. The best comparison I can make to a current Jets player, is Brad Smith, who happens to be a free agent.

They compare similarly in their game, both?were mobile quarterbacks in college,?but Pryor has the physical edge. Brad Smith checks in at six feet two inches and 212 pounds. Pryor comes in at six foot six inches and 233 pounds. In looking at their production at the collegiate level, they're are some differences. Pryor's passing numbers?are impressive with a 144.6% QB rating, compared to Smiths 114.1%, many could say he played with a better supporting cast. The flip side of that argument is that Pryor played in the tougher conference, against staunch defenders. In 33 games at Ohio Pryor amassed 57 passing touchdowns and 26 interception with 2,164 rushing yards and 17 rushing touchdowns. Smith by comparison left Missouri with 56 passing TDs, 33 interceptions;? 4,289 yards rushing and 45 rushing touchdowns. In looking at numbers alone you can see that Smith was a far greater threat on the ground than Pryor, but the former Ohio signal caller can more than hold his own.

Tags: Brad Smith, draft, Main Page, nfl, Opinion, quarterback, Seminole, Stats, supplemental, Terrelle Pryor, Wildcat, Adam Rotter
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