1. New York Jets: Inability to Protect Mark Sanchez Could Spell Disaster

    For the New York Jets, Sunday's game in Philadelphia was a disaster. Santonio Holmes’ two turnovers set the tone and the Jets were never in it after that. Look, every team has a bad game now and then...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Victoria Sterling about almost 3 years ago 311 reads 4 comments

  2. New York Jets Revamped Offense: Ground and Pound and Move Around

    Two weeks ago, just prior to the Washington game, I wrote a piece wondering why the Jets wouldn’t tailor their offense to suit the skills of Mark Sanchez the way that ...

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  3. Kansas City Chiefs at New York Jets: A Season Turning Point?

    When the story of the 2011 Jets season is written, I believe that we will look back at two games as crucial turning points—Oakland and Denver. The Oakland game was when we first saw the cracks exposed...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Victoria Sterling about almost 3 years ago 478 reads 1 comments

  4. Tebow or Sanchez: The One Where I'm a Sanchez Apologist

    Here is the message I had waiting for me on my voicemail Monday morning from my best friend: Her rant goes something like this: “Victoria, I can’t believe how biased ...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Victoria Sterling about almost 3 years ago 880 reads 13 comments

  5. New York Jets Must Beat Buffalo Bills To Keep Their Playoff Hopes Alive

    It's depressing watching your team throw away their playoff hopes. Yes, throw away. Because that's what the New York Jets did in Denver ...

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  6. New York Jets: Can They Beat the Denver Broncos at Mile High?

    The Jets drive me crazy. They have plenty of physical talent, but they just don’t play smart football...

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  7. Jets in a 3-Way Tie Atop the AFC East: Need to Beat the Pats to Move into 1st

    So the Jets defeated the Bills on Sunday in a win they had to have to keep pace in the AFC East. It took me until later after the game to figure out what felt unusual about that 27-11 win...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Victoria Sterling about 3 years ago 251 reads 2 comments

  8. NFL Week 8: New York Jets Bye Week Storylines

    It’s the Jets bye week. The NFL seems like a barren wasteland devoid of gossip, rumor and innuendo...

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  9. Jets Beat Chargers 27-21 in a Statement Win

    New York Jets ! That is more like it. That’s the Jets team we’ve all been waiting on to show up. This was a total team effort top to bottom. Let’s break down what happened...

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  10. San Diego Chargers vs. New York Jets: An AFC Game the Jets Need To Win

    I think I have figured out why the Jets are starting off so slow on offense. Don't their first few offensive series seem like something you would see in preseason? They're just not in a groove...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Victoria Sterling about 3 years ago 287 reads 4 comments

  11. New York Jets: Which Way Forward? Start by Beating the Miami Dophins

    It’s never easy with these Jets , is it? Somehow these last five games have been more of a roller coaster than Mark Sanchez ’s rookie year. Back then, you were just along for the ride...

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  12. The Jets Head to Foxboro: Can They Beat the Pats?

    I wouldn’t want to be Brian Schottenheimer right now. I have a feeling that Rex Ryan is going to be in the offensive meetings all this week. He was asked about it at his Monday press conference and was non-committal as to his exact plans...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Victoria Sterling about 3 years ago 142 reads 0 comments

  13. Jets vs. Ravens: Can Mark Sanchez Keep Taking These Hits and Survive?

    It couldn’t have been that bad, could it? Yes. It could. The Jets are lucky that the game is over after 60 minutes or it could have been worse. Allow me to call out the people responsible for this fiasco...

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  14. Jets at Raiders: Here Are the Problems. Here's How to Fix Them.

    You know what I think is the problem with the Jets so far this year? It’s almost like they are collectively thinking, if we can just get back to the AFC Championship game, this time we’ll win it...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Victoria Sterling about 3 years ago 446 reads 7 comments

  15. New York Jets: This Is Not the Ground-and-Pound I Had in Mind

    Dear Mr. Ryan, Schottenheimer and Callahan, WHAT ARE YOU THINKING?!?!?!? Sending Mark Sanchez in to try to get Plaxico Burress a meaningless touchdown after the game was ...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Victoria Sterling about 3 years ago 234 reads 1 comments

  16. Jets 27, Cowboys 24: Teachable Moments from Sunday Night Football

    So, now that the dust has settled on Sunday night’s epic showdown, what have we learned? Actually, a lot. First of all, that was a textbook lesson in playing 60 minutes of football...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Victoria Sterling about 3 years ago 248 reads 0 comments

  17. NFL Opening Weekend: Cowboys at Jets and the 10th Anniversary of 9/11

    You know how I knew that we wouldn’t miss any regular season games this year? Take a look at the date of the first Sunday of the regular season: Sunday, September 11, 2011...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Victoria Sterling about 3 years ago 616 reads 1 comments

  18. Mark Sanchez Versus Derek Jeter: Who Ya Got?

    On the heels of today's stunning news that Derek Jeter and Minka Kelly are breaking up, it now looks like this fall is shaping up as an epic battle for the title of Prince of New York...

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  19. Scandal at the U: I Have Questions, and so Should Every Trojan Fan

    Holy smokes, is this Miami thing a mess. If everything that Yahoo Sports is reporting is true, Miami is in big trouble. First of all, let’s give some well earned credit to Yahoo Sports for the reporting they’ve done here...

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  20. "New York Jets? This Is Your Captain Speaking": Mark Sanchez

    So Rex Ryan made Mark Sanchez the Captain of the Offense. And not just for a game. But for the entire year. This is kind of a big deal. I love how Mark immediately realized that his role model in this endeavor is the ultimate Captain—Derek Jeter...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Victoria Sterling about over 3 years ago 345 reads 1 comments

  21. Revisiting the 2009 NFL Draft and What We Have Learned

    So, while we’re waiting for the NFL CBA to become finalized, let’s take a look at the three quarterbacks who were drafted in 2009 and try to assess how they’ve fared...

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  22. NBA Finals 2011: A Laker Fan's Perspective

    A s a Laker fan, it kills me to have to say this, but good sportsmanship demands it: Congratulations on your championship, Dallas Mavericks . A job well done. But before we talk about Dallas, we must first talk about the Miami Heat ...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Victoria Sterling about over 3 years ago 525 reads 2 comments

  23. New York Jets: Post-Draft Thoughts: Why Did the Jets Draft a QB?

    Can someone please explain to me why the Jets drafted Greg McElroy? A young accomplished QB? Attention New York Jets !!!! You already have a young accomplished QB...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Victoria Sterling about over 3 years ago 1,299 reads 14 comments

  24. NBA Playoffs 2011: L.A. Lakers vs Dallas Mavericks Postmortem

    Oh Lakers...how in the world did we end up here? This was supposed to be the historic three-peat. An unbelievable send-off for Phil Jackson with ring No. 12. Six for Kobe and Derek...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Victoria Sterling about over 3 years ago 2,638 reads 1 comments

  25. NBA Playoffs 2011: Lakers Defeat Hornets 98-80, Will Beat Mavericks Next

    Phew! Finally. Lakers dispatch New Orleans. But before we look at game six, let’s not forget the crazy that was game five, or as I call it, “The Game of the Unknown Ankle...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Victoria Sterling about over 3 years ago 681 reads 2 comments