October 25, 2020

Kris Jenkins Done for the Season

An MRI today has confirmed defensive lineman Kris Jenkins tore his ACL last night in the Jets loss to the Ravens. This is the second season in a row that Jenkins has suffered a season ending knee injury which might also lead to ending his career. This is a big blow to the Jetties especially coming off their home opening loss in front of a national TV audience. Deep down I was holding on to the notion of no injuries or controversies so Rex Ryan would have no excuses when they fell flat on their face and didn’t make the playoffs. I will give Rex Ryan a little recognition because previously I didn’t even think twice about the Jets, but now I watch with hopes of them losing and losing bad.

The Jets Hard Knocks

New York Jets, come on down. You’re the next contestant on HBO’s hit TV series “Hard Knocks.” The show reports on the day-to-day routine of NFL teams during the very busy season of training camp and shows a lot behind-the-scenes action. Coach Rex Ryan, GM Mike Tannenbaum and owner Woody Johnson announced the exciting news today at their training facility in Florham Park, New York during a scheduled press conference. The upcoming season promises to be a interesting to watch taking into account the colorful comments coach Ryan will surely share along with Bart Scott who is one of the biggest s*$# talkers in the league. Pile on Darrelle Revis the best cornerback in the NFL, future Hall of Famer LaDainian Tomlinson and rising star quarterback Mark Sanchez and you should have a very entertaining series. Typically NFL teams tank the season they are on the show, but last year the Bengals bucked the trend and made the NFL playoffs after participating in “Hard Knocks.” I know the Jets expect to do even more because they have aspirations of making it all the way to the Super Bowl this coming year.