(Getty Images) With a comfortable lead over the Raiders in the 4th quarter of Sunday's game, Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez had time to take a breather and maybe get his blood sugar up by quickly chowing down on a hot dog. The QB was caught by CBS cameras Sunday as he sat on the sidelines and spread mustard over his hot dog shortly before downing the thing in just a few bites. The Jets ended up shutting out Oakland with a final score of 38-0. After the game, Sanchez apologized for the...Read Full Story
After 18 seasons in the NFL, legendary quarterback Brett Favre has reportedly told the New York Jets he's done. If this whole scenario feels oddly familiar, that's because it is. Only 11 months ago a tearful Favre announced his retirement from the Green Bay Packers, then surprisingly signed with New York for the 2008 season. This time, the retirement may stick.Jets general manager Mike Tannenbaum told USA Today, "He did not ask to be released. Everything he said was, he is done playing...Read Full Story
Tennessee's dream of an undefeated season was shattered Sunday, but for Brett Favre it was just another day. After all, that's what the Favre does. He makes quick decisions on the field to keep his offense moving, something that Titans quarterback Kerry Collins obviously needs to work on. Tennessee's 34-13 loss showed that the Titans were anything but perfect and that the Jets were in fact a well-oiled machine, with the offense and defense working equally to the best of their abilities...Read Full Story
Brett Favre #4 of the New York Jets stretches before a preseason game against the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field on August 28, 2008 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Getty Images North America) In a surprising team decision, quarterback Brett Favre was voted one of the New York Jets' offensive captains, after being with the team for almost a whole month.Favre, who was acquired from the Packers on Aug. 6, after coming out of retirement will join left guard Alan...Read Full Story
Someone finally gave quarterback Brett Favre a home, and it wasn't Green Bay. Since Favre announced (yet again) he's desire to come out of retirement, who he would play for was up in the air.Green Bay didn't want him, then they did, now they don't. Then there were the talks of Tampa Bay, but Thursday morning it was official. Favre would be the new quarterback for the New York Jets .As of Wednesday, Tampa Bay was Favre's favored choice, but it seems that the Jets management won him over. After...Read Full Story
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