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New York Jets Tweets of the Week: Volume 19

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Jets-Browns Game Analysis

I'm guessing between not shaking hands with the Browns players at the coin flip and that leap, this game might mean something for Winslow.

— Kristian Dyer (@KristianRDyer) December 22, 2013

Sheldon Richardson's reaction to roughing the passer call: "Get the f-- outta here, man. That's bullsh---." #nyj

— Manish Mehta (@MMehtaNYDN) December 22, 2013

Nelson's TD is his first score since Bills' 2011 game here at MetLife Stadium vs. Jets.

— Randy Lange (@rlangejets) December 22, 2013

That's why I love Rex Ryan!!!!! Standing up for his Ayers reminds me of my great coach Parcells

— Ray Lucas (@RayLucas06) December 22, 2013

Milliner has talked openly about feeling pressure to get an INT. Just took the monkey off of his back. #NYJ

— Chris Lopresti (@CLoprestiWFAN) December 22, 2013

All in all, a really crappy day for Nolan Nawrocki.

— SI_DougFarrar (@SI_DougFarrar) December 22, 2013

No surprise. #NYJ players not willing to fill in the blanks on what Rex said or didn't say to the team last night. Good for them.

— Chris Lopresti (@CLoprestiWFAN) December 22, 2013

Did #Jets win for Rex? Willie Colon: "I think we won it for each other. And he’s a part of us."

— Kimberley A. Martin (@KMart_LI) December 22, 2013

Rex didn't shoot down Glazer story at all in his post game press conference.

— Dan Leberfeld (@jetswhispers) December 22, 2013

So after yesterday's performance, Geno now DOES deserve to be the QB of the future for the #Jets?

— Louis Riddick (@LRiddickESPN) December 23, 2013

Jets-Browns Post Game Numbers

The #Browns had 283 total yards. ....The #Jets had 208 rushing yards.

— Kimberley A. Martin (@KMart_LI) December 22, 2013

Jets are 27th in total offense. 11th in total defense. Now 6th in rushing offense. #nyj

— Brian Costello (@BrianCoz) December 23, 2013

Jets-Browns Post Game PFF Numbers

Best game of the season for the #Jets in term of grades - just 2 players had 'red' grades yesterday: Brian Winters and Sheldon Richardson.

— Gonzalo Estradé (@PFF_Gonzalo) December 23, 2013

Another impressive performance by Chris Ivory grading out at +2.5 in rushing, 5.5 yards per carry (3.4 after contact) with 8 missed tackles.

— Gonzalo Estradé (@PFF_Gonzalo) December 23, 2013

Dee Milliner targeted 18 times allowed 10 catches for 113 yards with 1 interception and 2 passes defended. +1.9 coverage grade. #Jets

— Gonzalo Estradé (@PFF_Gonzalo) December 23, 2013

Per @PFF: Antonio Allen played 68% of the snaps -- most since Ed Reed was signed -- and earned his highest grade of the season (+3.0) #jets

— Kimberley A. Martin (@KMart_LI) December 23, 2013

In the last 3 games, Milliner has given up 14 catches in 25 targets for 142 yards with 3 passes defended and 1 interception. #Jets

— Gonzalo Estradé (@PFF_Gonzalo) December 23, 2013

Jets-Dolphins Pre-Game Tweets

I have a feeling quite a few Jets fans wouldn't mind losing a few spots of draft position to knock the Dolphins out in the Sixth Boro.

— Bart Hubbuch (@HubbuchNYP) December 23, 2013

Tannehill was 0/10 on passes of 10+ yards downfield vs Bills. First QB since Stafford in '09 to toss 10 such passes w/o a comp, per ESPN.

— Marc Sessler (@MarcSesslerNFL) December 24, 2013

Jets are 6.5-point underdogs at Miami. #nyj

— Seth Walder (@SethWalderNYDN) December 24, 2013

Rex said #Dolphins "probably whipped us more" than any other team. #Jets are excited to prove they've improved since last meeting.

— Kimberley A. Martin (@KMart_LI) December 27, 2013

Antonio Cromartie on facing Dolphins: ""This is our last game. We want to make sure it's their last game, too." #Jets

— Rich Cimini (@RichCimini) December 26, 2013

Analysing  Rex

18 coaches had 3 straight nonwinning seasons since 2000. Only 7 returned for year 4. That's the challenge facing Rex Ryan and Jason Garrett.

— Chase Stuart (@fbgchase) December 22, 2013

If the Jets do fire Rex Ryan, he instantly becomes the best defensive coordinator on the market.

— Pete Damilatis (@PFF_Pete) December 22, 2013

The Jets should not fire Rex Ryan.

— Peter King (@SI_PeterKing) December 23, 2013

I'm fighting for him because every player I talk to loves him & wants him back more than fans/media could even imagine. #KeepRex

— Jake Steinberg (@Steiny31) December 23, 2013

I still think Rex deserves an extension, and I don't say that because he's great with the media. Very good coach, just needs a decent QB.

— Bart Hubbuch (@HubbuchNYP) December 24, 2013

Rex would be hard to replace and has done a great job this year. But can't kill Jets if they fire him.

— gregg rosenthal (@greggrosenthal) December 26, 2013

Asked about overwhelming support he's gotten from players, Rex says you "certainly appreciate positive remarks -- as anyone would."

— Kimberley A. Martin (@KMart_LI) December 27, 2013

Twitter Poll Update: Keep or Fire Rex Ryan? I've tallied 778 votes. 723-55 (93%) to KEEP Rex. #nyj

— Manish Mehta (@MMehtaNYDN) December 28, 2013

And if Woody thinks Rex and Idzik share common philosophy/approach, can't see how this is a tough decision.

— Dennis Waszak Jr. (@DWAZ73) December 28, 2013

Rex may be returning. Never thought he should be fired, but suspected he would be because I thought Idzik would want his own guy.

— Cian Fahey (@Cianaf) December 28, 2013

Bringing Rex back was a no-brainer, IMO. They need to give him at least a 1-year extension, though.

— Bart Hubbuch (@HubbuchNYP) December 28, 2013

The #Jets have a thrifty owner enamored with the personality of a lame duck HC the GM had to inherit. If Rex says, Idzik gets an extension.

— PatriotsXLVIII (@PatriotsXLVIII) December 28, 2013

Based on my TL, Woody had Mr. Blonde tie Idzik to a chair & forced him to keep Rex, with Stuck In The Middle with You playing in background.

— Deb (@LilMissNYJet) December 28, 2013

Rex has this team halfway decent, but a new coach isn't working with "this team." In comes a new focus, scheming, and priorities. New path.

— Mike O'C (@OConnor_Jets) December 28, 2013

I'm not sure if his scheming and priorities would let him have the capacity to let a better, more talented team reach potential.

— Mike O'C (@OConnor_Jets) December 28, 2013

Other Jets Related Tweets

'The Jets are 7-8, but have the points differential of a 4.5 win team' -

— Chase Stuart (@fbgchase) December 22, 2013

Coach of the Year race: Ron Rivera, Bill Belichick, Andy Reid, Chuck Pagano, Chip Kelly, Bruce Arians.

— Chris Mortensen (@mortreport) December 23, 2013

Jets are 30th in points scored, 21st in points allowed. Idea that they've overachieved is silly.

— Chase Stuart (@fbgchase) December 23, 2013

Compare/contrast with what I keep seeing #Cowboys defenders do and it leads you to only one conclusion: coaching.

— Louis Riddick (@LRiddickESPN) December 24, 2013

Ed Reed is partaking in some DL drills at the moment...

— Kimberley A. Martin (@KMart_LI) December 24, 2013

Congrats!! @TommyBo40 Rt! "@nyjets: ...FB Bohanon - Bill Hampton Award for rookie who acts like a professional in the locker room..."

Tony Richardson (@49TRich) December 24, 2013

Answer: DT John Elliott, named team MVP in 1970. That's not Jumbo Elliott, by the way. #Jets

— Rich Cimini (@RichCimini) December 24, 2013

The Jets can still finish anywhere from 2nd to 4th in the AFC East, which will impact who they face in the AFC North and AFC South in 2014.

— Chase Stuart (@fbgchase) December 26, 2013

The fact that the #Jets have a chance to go 8-8 on Sunday with a 2013 -24.08 passer rating differential (30th) is miraculous.

— PatriotsXLVIII (@PatriotsXLVIII) December 26, 2013

People ripped Milliner early, but the rookie corner struggles are a real thing. Look at the other rookie CB's, majority have had BAD seasons — Connor Rogers (@Real_CR3) December 26, 2013

Milliner was forced into starting (not Rex's best move) but at least he is progressing upwards. Big day against Gordon was a + sign. #Jets

— Connor Rogers (@Real_CR3) December 26, 2013

Desmond Trufant (ATL 1st rounder) has been very subpar. OK start, awful middle of the season. Plays on a team that gets TORCHED by the run.

— Connor Rogers (@Real_CR3) December 26, 2013

"Collision Low Crossers" by N. Dawidoff is one of the NFL books to come out in a long time. Instant classic.

— gregg rosenthal (@greggrosenthal) December 26, 2013

Kerley could be a competent full time starter but you want to strive to build an offense where he can focus on eating in the slot #Jets

— Joe Caporoso (@TurnOnTheJets) December 26, 2013

Sheldon Richardson will appeal his fine for roughing the passer on Jason Campbell, he said. #nyj

— Seth Walder (@SethWalderNYDN) December 26, 2013

A lot of folks in media "work hard" but I don't know many websites that do *better* hard work than Turn On The Jets. @TurnOnTheJets

— Erik Frenz (@ErikFrenz) December 27, 2013

Ed Reed has politely declined to talk today...

— Kimberley A. Martin (@KMart_LI) December 27, 2013

Sheldon Richardson's fine was $15,750 for driving the QB into the ground and landing on him with his full weight #nyj

— Brian Costello (@BrianCoz) December 27, 2013

The only thing dumber than Muhammad Wilkerson not making the Pro-Bowl is Antonio Cromartie being a second alternate. What a joke. #Jets

— Joe Caporoso (@TurnOnTheJets) December 28, 2013

#NFL 2013 (thru Wk 16) Most pts: #Broncos (572), #Eagles (418), #Bears (417), #Cowboys (417), #Patriots (410), #Chiefs (406), #Bengals (396)

— Russell S. Baxter (@BaxFootballGuru) December 28, 2013

% of passes dropped for each AFC East QB (NFL rank in parenthesis): Brady--8.4 (2); Manuel--6.2 (8); Smith--6.0 (T-11); Tannehill--5.5 (17).

— Erik Frenz (@ErikFrenz) December 28, 2013

Andy Dalton has thrown a league-high 65.4 percent of his passes in 2.5 seconds or less

— Pro Football Focus (@PFF) December 28, 2013

@fbgchase definitely, has the deepest drops of any QB I believe

— Steve Palazzolo (@StevePalazzolo) December 28, 2013

Jets LB coach Brian VanGorder will interview for Notre Dame defensive coordinator job on Monday, according to @AndySlater #nyj

— Manish Mehta (@MMehtaNYDN) December 28, 2013

Random Tweets

Washington looked like they get flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct, so DeAngelo Hall's response was to attack the ref.

— Chase Stuart (@fbgchase) December 22, 2013

The Dolphins averaged two yards per play today.

— Elliot Harrison (@Harrison_NFL) December 22, 2013

The Giants and Lions deserve each other

— ryan van bibber (@justRVB) December 22, 2013

Mental conditioning issues on display all over the NFL yesterday. Not a random occurrence that some teams/players looked as bad as they did.

— Louis Riddick (@LRiddickESPN) December 23, 2013

Best attribute of Todd Bowles that all gr8 coaches have: Not only teaches what to do, but exactly how to fundamentally execute with success.

— Louis Riddick (@LRiddickESPN) December 23, 2013

So … no AFC team going for No. 6 seed "controls their own destiny." Finally, a scenario that makes sense.

— gregg rosenthal (@greggrosenthal) December 23, 2013

Marc Trestman is great. Just explained every single way the Bears were bad. "We'll throw this tape in the trash can."

— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) December 23, 2013

Dolphins have been held under 130 yards 7 times. Today was the 3rd time it happened in Buffalo.

— Scott Kacsmar (@FO_ScottKacsmar) December 23, 2013

Translation: "I was cursing, not yelling." RT: @NFL_ATL: Jim Schwartz denies yelling at fans

— Andrew Brandt (@adbrandt) December 23, 2013

It's the height of unprofessionalism to tweet or write about a player stiffing you for an interview. Take that up with player or team.

— Benjamin Allbright (@AllbrightNFL) December 23, 2013

Reporter: *generic ? about Kyle Orton* Garrett: "Coach speak coach speak coach speak coach speak coach speak coach speak coach speak"

— Thomas Melton (@TMeltonScouting) December 23, 2013

These guys got A RAISE. RT @SI_JimTrotter The NFL has to get rid of these replacement refs.

— Aaron Nagler (@Aaron_Nagler) December 24, 2013

You know who'd be a good backup for Orton in Dallas is one of those seals that can hit a ball forward with his tail for fish or Tim Tebow.

— Jeb Lund (@Mobute) December 23, 2013

Gap between Falcons being 4-11 and 10-5 is a very small one. Not uncommon for a team having bad year, but that's the breaks of the NFL.

— Scott Kacsmar (@FO_ScottKacsmar) December 24, 2013

Five months ago today, training camps opened. Just saying.

— Pete Prisco (@PriscoCBS) December 24, 2013

Always amazed at the scattered, clearly not-well thought out plan of attack some teams take towards "evaluating" their players on/off field.

— Louis Riddick (@LRiddickESPN) December 25, 2013

So Orton is the 5th QB to start his first game in a season-finale, win-or-go-home playoff game. First 4 went 3-1. #RomoOrtonComps

— Chase Stuart (@fbgchase) December 25, 2013

#Chiefs actually have the lowest strength of victory in the AFC (.339). #Chargers have the highest (.533).

— PatriotsXLVIII (@PatriotsXLVIII) December 25, 2013

Dropped @MaxRapoport off at daycare, about to walk out the door. His teacher stopped me. "Before you go... Is Tony Romo going to play??"

— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) December 26, 2013

With Aaron Rodgers returning as the Packers QB, Matt Flynn has returned to doing what he does best: cashing checks & riding the bench.

— NFL Retweet (@NFLRT) December 26, 2013

Count we reported -- 50 thru Wk 13, on pace for highest on record -- included ACL injuries in games/practices/scrimmages, not just games.

— Jenny Vrentas (@JennyVrentas) December 26, 2013

....and know whether or not what they are hearing is relevant and applicable, or just "noise".

— Louis Riddick (@LRiddickESPN) December 27, 2013

Mike Pettine 1-year effect on #Bills D: Pts 26th->15th Yds 22nd->8th Pass yds 10th->5th 1st dwns 29th->10th INTs 20th->2nd Sks 10th->1st

— PatriotsXLVIII (@PatriotsXLVIII) December 27, 2013

The Super Bowl Media Day will be held in Newark this year. After a tragic Christmas night, the city registers 100 murders for 2013.

— Jane McManus (@janesports) December 27, 2013

Groupthink is the most deadliest killer amongst human beings

— Emory Hunt (@FBallGameplan) December 27, 2013

For announcing their Pro Bowlers three minutes early, the Bengals have been eliminated from the playoffs by Roger Goodell.

— Chris Burke (@ChrisBurke_SI) December 28, 2013

Kiko Alonso's had a nice season. But here's how tough it is to reach the Pro Bowl: London Fletcher was 34 at his first. Popular player, too.

— Tim Graham (@ByTimGraham) December 28, 2013

The harder you try, the worse you write. Try not to force anything.

— scott pianowski (@scott_pianowski) December 28, 2013

Ignoring INTs, Ryan Tannehill had one of the worst passing games in NFL history, after adjusting for era

— Chase Stuart (@fbgchase) December 28, 2013

#NFL 2013 (thru Wk 16): Most points allowed: #Vikings (467), #Redskins (458), #Bears (445), #Falcons (422), #Jaguars & #Raiders (419)

— Russell S. Baxter (@BaxFootballGuru) December 28, 2013

Dontari Poe's 1004 snaps are the most for a DT/NT since we started tracking in 2008

— Steve Palazzolo (@StevePalazzolo) December 28, 2013

Sadly, my lasting 2013 memory of Antrel Rolle will be the Cowboys burning him for 4 first downs on their game-winning drive.

— Pete Damilatis (@PFF_Pete) December 28, 2013

To repeat, my Top 5 Pro Bowl snubs: 1) Evan Mathis, 2) Lavonte David, 3) Calais Campbell, 4) Jurrell Casey, 5) Devin McCourty

— Pete Damilatis (@PFF_Pete) December 28, 2013

Tom Brady's Record Throwing 4 INTs: 0-6 Throwing 3 INTs: 0-2 Throwing 2 INTs: 14-10 Throwing 1 INT: 41-14 Throwing 0 INTs: 92-12

— Deep Threat (@DeeepThreat) December 28, 2013

Tajh Boyd went from being way overrated to being way underrated. Still think he could be the second- or third-best QB in this class.

— Chris Burke (@ChrisBurke_SI) December 28, 2013

Cleveland has more Pro Bowlers than wins.

— Dan Kadar (@MockingTheDraft) December 28, 2013