The New York Jets are a mess; the while world knows it, and the St Louis Rams want to take advantage of their problems as they clash this Sunday ay 1 PM ET at Edward Jones Dome.
The entire week what everybody talked was Tim Tebow, who’s not even the starter of the squad.
“If you’re not going to put your name to it, I think that’s about as cowardly of a thing there is,” Ryan said. “I don’t want to get into specifics of what I said, but I did address it with our football team. If you’re searching for things to try to drive a wedge through the team, my thing is, I believe in this team.
“I believe this team is (together), will continue to be and maybe even become tighter. I’m confident that will be the case”.
“I always find the good and the positive in every situation,” Tebow said. “The positive of this is to go and work a little harder and build better relationships with your teammates”.
However, the Jets have bigger problems than their backup quarterback getting ripped by their own teammates. “I have got to make better decisions,” said starting QB Mark Sanchez. “Careless mistakes. Totally on me”.
The Rams tied against the 49ers last week and left the bay area with a bad feeling as they could easily won the matchup.
“I think our offense as a whole has really made a lot of strides in the past couple weeks,” said Sam Bradford. “I think last week was evidence of what we’re capable of when we don’t shoot ourselves in the foot. We still made mistakes, but for the most part I think that was our most complete game as an offense. We put up a lot of yards and a fair amount of points against a really good defense.”