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Wife Sticks Up For Jets' Folk After Daily News Columnist Rips Kickers, PATs

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork)Nick Folk’s wife did not get a kick out of reading Manish Mehta’s column Monday.

A day after 12 extra points were missed in NFL games, the New York Daily News columnist trashed kickers, calling them “a necessary evil” and writing that they “are not people too.” He then advocated for the league to push PATs back another 10 yards to 43 yards, which he argues would essentially do away with the practice because coaches would likely go for two points instead. 236 more words


Nick Folk's Wife Went In On A Columnist For Calling Out Kickers

Sunday was a very bad day for NFL kickers when it came to extra points. Twelve PATs were missed across 12 games — some of it wind-related, some of it ineptitude-related — but it was the opening for a wildly bad take from Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News, … 315 more words


Ryan Fitzpatrick leaves briefly after hit to knee

The Jets haven’t benched quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick for a second time this season, but Bryce Petty is in the game.

Fitzpatrick left the game after taking a shot to the left knee from defensive tackle Jordan Phillips in the third quarter. 160 more words

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Jets avoid a turnover, take 3-0 lead over Seahawks

The Jets turned the ball over eight times last Sunday and the Seahawks thought they might have forced another one to kick off this Sunday’s game. 141 more words

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Jets chew up more than half the quarter, take 3-0 lead

The Jets fumbled and bumbled and ultimately got three points out of the game’s first drive.

They chewed up more than half of the first quarter on a strange opening drive and lead the Bills, 3-0. 82 more words

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Loser of Jets vs Bills Can Kiss the 2016 Season Goodbye

The Jets gave away the season opener against the Bengals, as Nick Folk missed an extra point, had a chip shot field goal blocked and… 385 more words


Jets Fall To Bengals On Last-Minute Field Goal

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) _ Andy Dalton got hit hard by the New York Jets, early and often. In the end, the quarterback and the rest of the Cincinnati Bengals were the ones standing. 502 more words