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Monday Morning Quarterback
No Longer Your Dad’s NFL
No Longer Your Dad’s NFL
Shawn Hochuli—the son of Ed—is all but guaranteed to be working on Sundays this fall, just as officiating undergoes a major overhaul ... plus, Johnny Football’s pro day, Jim Kelly’s latest battle, the sad saga of Mark Sanchez and more
By Peter King
Business of Football
Mark Sanchez’s Past, Present and (Lack of) Future
Mark Sanchez's Past, Present and (Lack of) Future
By all accounts, he's played his last game in New York. It's been a tumultuous couple of years for Sanchez and the Jets, but did the franchise play its cards correctly?
By Andrew Brandt
Window Into the Weekend
Video: One Last Dress Rehearsal on Tap
Video: One Last Dress Rehearsal on Tap
Every team's struggle to solidify the bottom of the roster, along with the Jets' QB situation and Dion Jordan's status, are what to watch in preseason's final weekend
By Peter King
The Conscience
The Fall Guy
The Fall Guy
Rex Ryan has taken his lumps as Jets coach and deserved some of them. But ultimately it’s the man in the owner’s box who’s to blame for the shape the Jets are in
By Don Banks
Monday Morning Quarterback
Arian Foster: The AFC’s Mystery Man
Arian Foster: The AFC’s Mystery Man
His health in question and his presence looming large in the Super Bowl picture, the Texans’ running back insists he's feeling fine; why Rex Ryan guaranteed his firing; more
By Peter King
Deep Dive
Jets Preview: Who Doesn’t Like a Circus?
Jets Preview: Who Doesn’t Like a Circus?
A little creative chaos can be quite entertaining—but it won’t win football games. To do that, Rex’s men are refocusing on defense as the offense sorts itself out
By Andy Benoit
The Conscience
Heavy Is the Head That Wears the Eagles’ Crown
Heavy Is the Head That Wears the Eagles’ Crown
Michael Vick is the Eagles' starter, but if you ask Chip Kelly, the best view for Vick this season might be the one over his shoulder
By Don Banks
Postcards From Training Camp
Desperation Means Experimentation in New York
Desperation Means Experimentation in New York
The Jets are willing to try anything—and we mean anything—to spark an offense that was moribund and ridiculed in 2012
By Jenny Vrentas