Glauber's NFL Hot Reads
Newsday's Bob Glauber goes the extra yard for the inside scoop on the NFL.
Geno Smith threw up a clunker in Buffalo on Sunday with four turnovers. It happens.
But, if you recall, part of the reason the Jets drafted Smith early in the second round was because Sanchez led the NFL in turnovers over the course of the previous two seasons (52 from 2011-12).
Have a look at how Smith's turnover rate through 10 games compares with that of Mark Sanchez, the Jets' starting...Read more »
Geno Smith and Eli Manning have been off-target, to say the least, this season.
The Jets and Giants quarterbacks, respectively, have tossed a combined 25 interceptions during the first six weeks of the seasons.
But those picks have come back to bite one franchise far more often than the other.
Here is Manning's interception log: Date Opponent Quarter Time Location Type of pass...Read more »
The Jets announced the signing of second-round draft pick Geno Smith on Monday morning. Smith was signed to a four-year contract worth about $5 million.
But even before Smith was officially in the fold, he wanted everyone to know he could be the team's starter.
The Mark Sanchez-Smith quarterback competition takes center stage when the Jets open their training camp practices on Friday...Read more »
As unsettled as the Jets’ quarterback situation looks heading into training camp, Rex Ryan prefers what he has now to what he had when he first came into the league as a rookie head coach in 2009.
“I like our quarterback situation much better than I did the first year I was here,” Ryan said in an interview Friday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” program.
That’s the year the Jets drafted Mark...Read more »