New York Jets
The New England Patriots are going in one direction and the New York Jets are going in another. On “Thursday Night Football,” the teams are going to face off in an AFC East battle that may not be nearly as competitive as it has been in past years. Former NFL quarterback Trent Green took some time to speak with me regarding both teams, injuries, and their direction for the season.
hese divisional rivals are going in opposite directions. After a season-opening victory, the Jets have lost five in a row. While they had a chance against Green Bay and Chicago in Weeks 2 and 3, they’ve gone backwards from there.
After watching Denver’s start slow against the New York Jets on Sunday, former Broncos wide receiver Brandon Stokley thinks the team still lacks the killer instinct against a lesser squad.
The Denver Broncos’ defensive backfield has turned a corner, so to speak, and performed better this season. Just don’t tell John Fox.
The Denver Broncos were supposed to blow out the New York Jets. But it was a close game for most of the first half and got tense in the fourth quarter, resulting in poor grades for some facets of the team.
Peyton Manning threw three touchdown passes, leaving him two shy of Brett Favre’s career mark, and the Denver Broncos beat the New York Jets 31-17 on Sunday.
The Denver Broncos went to halftime with a 17-7 lead over the Jets but had starting linebackers Von Miller and Danny Trevathan leave Sunday’s game because of injuries.
For the Denver Broncos, it’s been a lucky year in terms of injuries. Though, one key strain is hurting the running back position, as well as a key backup.
Rookie Juwan Thompson gave a big boost to the Broncos’ thin running back rotation by participating in all of Friday’s final tuneup for the New York Jets.
A little time off helped get Demaryius Thomas back on track.