The Jets are in a tough spot with their second year QB Geno Smith, with veteran Michael Vick on the sidelines. Hines Ward thinks the team is just a QB away from being a contender.
The Jets players are not loyal to Geno Smith. They are not loyal to Michael Vick. They are loyal to themselves and their bank accounts. They are loyal to themselves and their bank accounts. The quarterback who gives them the best chance...Show More Summary
Michael Vick knows something about second chances. He's supported former teammate Riley Cooper, embattled commissioner Roger Goodell, and now he's got Geno Smith's back.
It's time for Rex Ryan to bench Geno Smith, the F-bomb-dropping quarterback who is crumbling under the pressure of playing in New York. Michael Vick is no savior, but at least he can provide a spark to another Jets season quickly falling apart.
Week 4 was full of surprises when it came to fantasy football. Is it time to trade Calvin Johnson? Is DeAndre Hopkins a WR1? Should fantasy owners pick up Michael Vick? Watch as Stephen Nelson and Bleacher Report Fantasy Expert Anita Marks play a game of fact or fiction with the knee-jerk reactions to Week 4. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
The New York Jets dropped to 1-3 after a Week 4 loss to the Detroit Lions. Is Geno Smith to blame for the Jets poor start? Would starting Michael Vick give the offense life? Watch as Adam Lefkoe goes in-depth with Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms and Bleacher Report NFL Insider Jason Cole in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
Sheldon Richardson has a message for Jets fans clamoring for Michael Vick to replace Geno Smith: "Shut up." Good message. [NJ.com] Read more...
Willie Colon thinks one of the reasons there is already outside discussion of a change at quarterback is the Jets’ recent history at the position. Geno Smith hasn’t played up to expectations early in 2014 — committing five turnovers in three games — but Colon believes the Jets should not have a quick trigger finger when it comes to their young quarterback.
Jets offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg admits he may have put too much too soon on QB Geno Smith but there are no plans to turn to veteran backup Michael Vick.
The Philadelphia Eagles were remarkably healthy throughout the 2013 season. Although they lost starting wide receiver Jeremy Maclin to an ACL tear during training camp, their only significant injury was to quarterback Michael Vick, and...Show More Summary
Michael Vick seems to now be the people’s choice for starting quarterback – especially if those people are loyal fans of the New York Jets. The New York Jets’ season has definitely not gotten off to the great start that most Jets fans...Show More Summary
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After the New York Jets' loss on Monday Night Football to the Chicago Bears, fans and critics alike are now calling for Michael Vick to take over for Geno Smith. Would Vick really be an upgrade over Smith? How should head coach Rex Ryan...Show More Summary
Mike Florio calls for Michael Vick to start in New York, saying at this point they have nothing to lose by starting him, but Rex Ryan has everything to lose by stubbornly starting Geno Smith.
EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ--This game was there for the Jets to take. And they couldn’t, losing 27-19 to an injury-ravaged Chicago Bears team because their quarterback is way too inconsistent. The Chicago Bears enter the game without cornerbacks...Show More Summary
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has come under fire for the last two weeks, from his initial bungling of the Ray Rice case to his disappearing act at a time when the league needs leadership. But he’s now got more than a few influential owners in his corner. “I think he’s doing a great job,” Jets…
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has been under an enormous amount of scrutiny, but there’s still one man who stands behind him, Michael Vick. The former NFL star and dog fighting aficionado said that Goodell is “doing a great job” dealing with the Adrian Peterson and Ray Rice scandals. Show More Summary
Michael Vick knows a thing or two about running afoul of the law, and getting punished by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. So what does the Jets quarterback think of the fact that Goodell is getting widely criticized for his recent handling of some high-profile incidents of player misconduct? “I think he’s doing a great job,” Vick told reporters […]
Michael Vick thinks Roger Goodell is 'doing a great job.'
Roger Goodell might be under siege for his handling of the Ray Rice situation and his disappearing act in the wake of the Adrian Peterson mess, but Mike Vick still believes that the NFL commissioner should be given the benefit of the doubt.