The New York Jets piled up the yards, both good and bad, and got the win it came for. The Jets (3-1) gained 425 yards of total offense, including a career-high 166 for running back Chris Ivory, in a 27-14 win over the Miami Dolphins on Sunday at Wembley Stadium.
Andrew Nicholson showed promise as a scorer during his rookie season in 2012-13. Relying on an advanced array of low-post moves and an effective jump hook, he averaged almost 7.8 points per game and made 52.7 percent of his shots. Then a strange thing happened during his second and third seasons:
Coaching careers end after games such as this one. So do playoff hopes. And that could be the double-barreled blast that results from the Dolphins’ 27-14 loss Sunday to the New York Jets at London’s Wembley Stadium. Coach Joe Philbin, who has been the subject of questions about his job security,
Alabama, Oklahoma, Florida, Cal and Utah delivered surprising performances Saturday. Their surges are among the top 10 things we learned during the college football weekend. Chaos reigned among the top teams. With less than a month until the first College Football Playoff rankings, nobody can
The only drama to the Jets' dissection of the Dolphins was whether Joe Philbin would survive it. Would a sacrifice of defensive coordinator Kevin Coyle be enough to satisfy a 1-3 start that surely dooms the season? There will be some decisions coming from owner Steve Ross on the return flight across
To Magic fans who know defeat intimately and are down after the club’s preseason-opening stinker, take heart: All is not lost. Yes, new coach Scott Skiles benched players and was rather salty after the team’s 106-100 loss to the Charlotte Hornets on Saturday night. (Hey, Scott just got here – he