Keidel: Fitzpatrick Keeps Jets Relevant At Reasonable PriceRyan Fitzpatrick, a quarterback uniquely suited for a 2016 New York Jets team on the rise, can now work his Fitz-magic once again.
AFC East: Three Burning Questions For Each Team Entering Training CampToday we're taking a dive into the AFC East, which is without a doubt one of the most intriguing divisions league wide.
Keidel: Watching Football Is So Much Better NowEvery generation thinks their football players and teams were the greatest. But no one would trade today's football TV-watching experience.
Report: Darrelle Revis Fires AgentsWhen Darrelle Revis parts ways with his agents, it's big news.
Is Rex Ryan Making The Buffalo Bills Better Or Worse?Will Rex Ryan's act wear thin in Buffalo? It will if the Bills' defense, which faltered last season under his watch, doesn't improve.
Jets Lose In Buffalo, Miss Playoffs For 5th Straight SeasonWith the Pittsburgh Steelers winning Sunday in Cleveland, the Jets (10-6) will miss the playoffs for the fifth straight season.
CBS Sports' Chris Simms: New York Jets Are One Of Five Best Teams In NFLIn the final week of the regular season, Chris Simms of CBS Sports says that there may be some interesting decisions made by playoff-bound teams in the AFC.
Bill Belichick On OT Coin Flip Fuss: 'Much Ado About Nothing'On Monday, on a conference call with New England reporters, Bill Belichick continued to face several questions about the coin toss before deciding he had enough.
Tom Brady Looks Exhausted And Other Leftover Patriots ThoughtsTom Brady looks wiped, plus plenty more leftover thoughts from the Patriots' loss to the Jets.
Slater On Sports Final: You Don't Question Belichick's DecisionsPatriots special teams captain spoke about Bill Belichick's decision to kick off to the New York Jets in overtime on Sunday, saying New England players will never questions Belichick's decisions.
Ups & Downs: Bad Decisions, More Injuries Highlight Patriots Loss To JetsThe ups and (mostly) downs from New England's Week 16 loss to the New York Jets.
No Confusion: Patriots Wanted To Kick Off To Start Overtime Vs. JetsMake no mistake, the Patriots said there was no confusion on Sunday about their decision to kick the ball away at the start of overtime against the New York Jets.