I'm sorry he's hurt, with that being said, you don't get punched in the face unless your disrespecting someone hardcore. Gino is an arrogant qb who was ranked LAST in the NFL coming into this season so he has nothing to be arrogant about. Since he's ranked last, it can't be worse for the team.
Some of you are delusional. Ed Reed was playing over the top on almost every play for deep help and yet Milner still gave up alot of short stuff because he wasn't looking at the ball whatsoever.... Milner can never play man to man successfully with his technique, it has to be disguised and not obvious or else QB's are throwing his way almost every time, even Campbell knows this and he's not very good.. Don't be fooled so easily, look how the Dolphins passing game was shut down this week, now look at how they torch Milner for over 100 next week....although I still think Jets will win this game.
The Young Turks on youtube (independent media) did a story on this Breast cancer thing the NFL is doing and they found out that only a VERY SMALL portion of the money you donate actually goes to breast cancer research. You would be better served taking that 100$, go to a supermarket and buy 100$ worth of pre packaged sandwiches, then go to a place you know has alot of homeless people and hand them out. This way your seeing immediate results and it helps your "well being" and growth as a human being because your actually present to see the smiles and gratitude.
Morningwig does this already and I think he's pretty good at it, and we have a defensive coordinator for our defense. Rex is just there for ....umm, I'm not really sure actually, but I'm pretty sure he wont be next year.
Come on, he's 22 guys as another poster said, so at 22 your not supposed to be able to catch the football just yet or understand the playbook, it's just too early in his life for such expectations... When he's 25ish, then he'll know how to catch better and remember the playbook...ok, maybe 26 for the playbook.
We have 4 wide receivers who would have to battle to make #3WR on any other NFL roster, and we have no running game whatsoever. Gino looked great for a rookie, I like what I saw. He made throws that Sanchez never makes, impressive poise and confidence in a rookie, I like. It's amazing we won today, but this was mostly because our D-line was playing very well keeping us in the game, and Gino's will to win. We won't win many games and Gino will have a very rough season if we don't get a running game going.
Simms was the best QB last week, and he was the best QB this week. I can only judge him on who he's went up against to this point, lets see what happens if he gets to play against 1st stringers...... IF we get that opportunity. I like what I see from him. He's got a rocket arm (best on the team), he has passion, looks like a leader, and just looks poised out there. I saw the same in Russle Wilson last year in the pre season, and I turned out to be right.
By Gregg Rosenthal
Around The League Editor
Published: Aug. 22, 2013 at 11:49 a.m.
Updated: Aug. 22, 2013 at 01:47 p.m.
Santonio Holmes has been medically cleared by a foot specialist to begin football activities, according to a report by the New York Post. But Holmes refuses to practice.
Brian Costello reported that many people around the New York Jets believe Holmes is just trying to avoid training camp and is healthier than he's letting on. Holmes said Wednesday he can't run routes and still feels pain in his foot every morning.
"I can't pinpoint a day when it will feel better because every day has been the same up until this point," Holmes said. "I feel good some days. I don't the others. This pain won't go away."
The Jets have publicly said that Holmes has not been medically cleared. The team is likely to double down on that approach after Costello's report in order to minimize the drama around Holmes. But there's a real concern within the team, according to Costello, that this is only the beginning.
"There is a theory around the Jets that Holmes will suddenly pronounce himself ready to play when the regular season arrives in two weeks and training camp is through," Costello wrote. "Holmes also missed most of last year's training camp with what was listed as 'general body soreness' and then a rib injury.
"Others inside the Jets think Holmes could wait to see how the team starts the season before deciding when to play. If the team is losing, he may wait a while. If things are going well, he will join the party."
This is what happens when teams just can't bear to cut ties with talented players who have clearly soured well past their expiration date with the team. We've seen this standoff coming for a while with sources "close to Holmes" telling reporters he should miss the first month of the season, while the Jets have expressed hope he'd be ready for Week 1. Holmes publicly wasn't even sure if he'd play this season.
Holmes has been the source of a lot of the off-field headaches during the Rex Ryan era. By keeping him around another year, the team invited these kind of stories.