He turned a loyal fandom against itself, just because he could.
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This time it looks like the real deal. Brett Favre will end his NFL career after 20 seasons.
If I were a New York Jets fan, I wouldn’t even bother watching the teams playoff game this weekend against New England at Gillette Stadium.
The off-field issues continue for Brett Favre and the New York Jets. While this issue dates back to Favre’s time with the Jets’ organization, both Favre and the Jets have made off-field headlines this season.
After the year that he has had, Brett Favre may have wanted his exit from the NFL to be quiet. If that was the case, it doesn’t look like he will get that wish.
This has been a season of distractions and controversy for the New York Jets. From the show to the reporter to the knee to the feet, the Jets haven’t been able to stay away from controversy.
While the NFL can’t prove that Brett Favre in fact sent the inappropriate messages to Jenn Sterger, they still felt they had enough information to fine him $50,000.
The Bears have played in some of the highest rated games this season. But the Bears-Jets game on Sunday, was the biggest in 13-seasons for CBS.
You’ve worried about the offense. And, now, you’ve worried about the defense.
At least one of the hot topics leading up to this week’s Bears-Jets game appears to have been put to rest.
It takes a full week to prepare for an NFL opponent, and that’s if the coaching staff doesn’t have any distractions, but distractions are nothing new the Jets.
(WSCR) – It hasn’t been uncommon, this season, for the Bears to face a team’s backup quarterback. And it appears that could potentially be the case, again, on Sunday. Jets coach Rex Ryan says Mark […]
It’s fair to say that the Chicago Bears have already exceeded all expectations this season.
Up next for the Chicago Bears is the 10-4 New York Jets, a team that entered the season with high expectations, but is still looking for an identity.
Controversy surrounds Jets coach as they prepare to take on the Chicago Bears.
Say they don’t win another game. Say the Bears lose to the Jets, lose to the Packers and lose in the first round of the NFC Playoffs. (I’m not saying they will, mind you. Not at all.) Would you still declare Chicago’s 2010 NFL season a success?
Consider it a week off for Lovie Smith’s lucky horseshoe as the Bears welcome the New England Patriots to Soldier Field this coming Sunday.
The perception of the Chicago Bears changes week to week. One week their destined for the playoffs, the next they’re doomed to get passed, by the Green Bay Packers. For the team, their only focus is on the next game.
Last Sunday, after the Bears upended Philly, I was eating crow. Seven days later, after watching them struggle to beat the better-but-still-bad Lions, I was about ready to cough it back up.