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By Matt Vensel | December 21, 2011
Derrick Mason has gotten around over the past five months. He was released by the Ravens when the NFL lockout ended. The New York Jets traded him in October. And after his brief stint with the Houston Texans ended last week, he found himself in the studio as a guest analyst for NFL Network. In this video from NFL Network , Mason breaks down the young quarterbacks he played with in his recent NFL odyssey: Joe Flacco of the Ravens, Mark Sanchez of the Jets and T.J. Yates of the Texans.
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December 18, 2012
A retread like Vick Aaron Wilson Baltimore Sun It's time for the Jets to put Mark Sanchez out of his misery: Cut him, bench him or trade him. Sanchez's erratic play can't be tolerated anymore, and Tim Tebow and Greg McElroy aren't the answer. Regardless of whether Rex Ryan and Mike Tannenbaum return, Sanchez shouldn't. If the Jets want to upgrade at quarterback, it won't be easy. Alex Smith or Matt Flynn aren't bad choices via trades but would be tough to pull off. That's why the Jets will wind up with a retread like Michael Vick once the Eagles discard him. Vick turns 33 before next season and is a flawed quarterback, but it's better than sticking with Sanchez.
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By Jeff Zrebiec | October 7, 2011
Ravens defensive tackle Haloti Ngata was fined $15,000 for his second-quarter hit on New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez that led to Jarret Johnson's fumble return for a touchdown in the 34-17 victory Sunday. No penalty was called on the play, but the league assessed the fine on Ngata for roughing the passer. Replays showed that Ngata led with his helmet while hitting Sanchez in the back. Johnson picked up the ball and ran it in from 26 yards out for a touchdown, giving the Ravens a 27-7 lead.
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By Tim Swift, The Baltimore Sun | December 5, 2012
Good morning and welcome to a fairly sleepy morning on the Internet. Twitter is mostly concerned with heady topics like Happy Hump Day and #ILoveMyPhone, but there are a few news stories bubbling up.  The lovely ladies of the annual Victoria Secret Fashion Show , which aired last night on CBS, are performing well to no one's surprise. Meanwhile, Jets head coach Rex Ryan is standing by his man, deciding to start Mark Sanchez this Sunday. Is it me or is there more quarterback drama than ever this year?
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By Tim Swift, The Baltimore Sun | December 5, 2012
Good morning and welcome to a fairly sleepy morning on the Internet. Twitter is mostly concerned with heady topics like Happy Hump Day and #ILoveMyPhone, but there are a few news stories bubbling up.  The lovely ladies of the annual Victoria Secret Fashion Show , which aired last night on CBS, are performing well to no one's surprise. Meanwhile, Jets head coach Rex Ryan is standing by his man, deciding to start Mark Sanchez this Sunday. Is it me or is there more quarterback drama than ever this year?
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March 27, 2012
He can help win games Tom Yantz Hartford Courant Tim Tebow will be a distraction, but he will help the Jets. You can start with that lavish press conference Monday to introduce their "backup" quarterback. The Jets know the power of Tebowmania. That's why the new conference, televised live on ESPN, was Monday. It could have been Saturday or Sunday. But the Jets didn't want to go against the NCAA tournament. The sports world Monday was all about Tebow. Tebow, the distraction, will bring immense attention.
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November 13, 2012
Jets have nothing to lose Dan Pompei Chicago Tribune The Jets are 3-6 and have lost three straight. They are playing another team with a losing record this week, the Rams. Mark Sanchez has a 70.4 passer rating and is not winning games. Rex Ryan has nothing to lose by giving Tim Tebow an opportunity to do for them what he did for the Broncos a year ago. If the Jets don't go to Tebow now, it made little sense to trade for him in the offseason. If they wait for another loss or two, it's going to be too late.
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December 18, 2012
A retread like Vick Aaron Wilson Baltimore Sun It's time for the Jets to put Mark Sanchez out of his misery: Cut him, bench him or trade him. Sanchez's erratic play can't be tolerated anymore, and Tim Tebow and Greg McElroy aren't the answer. Regardless of whether Rex Ryan and Mike Tannenbaum return, Sanchez shouldn't. If the Jets want to upgrade at quarterback, it won't be easy. Alex Smith or Matt Flynn aren't bad choices via trades but would be tough to pull off. That's why the Jets will wind up with a retread like Michael Vick once the Eagles discard him. Vick turns 33 before next season and is a flawed quarterback, but it's better than sticking with Sanchez.
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October 1, 2012
When they want to panic Joseph Schwerdt Sun Sentinel Rex Ryan should give Tim Tebow the start on Monday night against the Texans if he wants to throw a bomb in an already volatile clubhouse. He should start Tebow if he's ready to pound on the panic button. Ryan and offensive coordinator Tony Sparano have done a pretty good job keeping Tebowmania bottled up. What they haven't done is use Tebow effectively. Tebow is the ultimate Wildcat weapon, but he hasn't been a factor in New York and has given no indication he can spark the offense.
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December 4, 2012
Kaepernick, McElroy Sam Farmer Los Angeles Times Colin Kaepernick and Greg McElroy should be the starters. It's not as if 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh can keep flipping back and forth between Kaepernick and Alex Smith and expect those psyches to stay intact. In the eight quarters before Smith's concussion, he had completed 32 of 35 for five touchdowns with no interceptions. Now that he has been benched, a major blow to his ego, Smith might not be the same quarterback coming back.
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December 4, 2012
Kaepernick, McElroy Sam Farmer Los Angeles Times Colin Kaepernick and Greg McElroy should be the starters. It's not as if 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh can keep flipping back and forth between Kaepernick and Alex Smith and expect those psyches to stay intact. In the eight quarters before Smith's concussion, he had completed 32 of 35 for five touchdowns with no interceptions. Now that he has been benched, a major blow to his ego, Smith might not be the same quarterback coming back.
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November 13, 2012
Jets have nothing to lose Dan Pompei Chicago Tribune The Jets are 3-6 and have lost three straight. They are playing another team with a losing record this week, the Rams. Mark Sanchez has a 70.4 passer rating and is not winning games. Rex Ryan has nothing to lose by giving Tim Tebow an opportunity to do for them what he did for the Broncos a year ago. If the Jets don't go to Tebow now, it made little sense to trade for him in the offseason. If they wait for another loss or two, it's going to be too late.
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Kevin Cowherd | October 25, 2012
In the ongoing effort to fill cyber and print space space 24/7 and keep readers perpetually stirred up,  Sports Ilustrated has released an NFL players' poll that lists New York Jets backup quarterback Tim Tebow as the most overrated player in the game. The bad news, at least if you're a Ravens fan, is that Ray Lewis shows up at No. 5 on the list. Yes, in a survey of 180 players, Baltimore's sainted middle linebacker and future no-doubt Hall of Famer was listed by three percent of the player vote as a guy whose reputation -- at least at 37 years of age, with 17 years in the league -- far exceeds his production.
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October 1, 2012
When they want to panic Joseph Schwerdt Sun Sentinel Rex Ryan should give Tim Tebow the start on Monday night against the Texans if he wants to throw a bomb in an already volatile clubhouse. He should start Tebow if he's ready to pound on the panic button. Ryan and offensive coordinator Tony Sparano have done a pretty good job keeping Tebowmania bottled up. What they haven't done is use Tebow effectively. Tebow is the ultimate Wildcat weapon, but he hasn't been a factor in New York and has given no indication he can spark the offense.
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March 27, 2012
He can help win games Tom Yantz Hartford Courant Tim Tebow will be a distraction, but he will help the Jets. You can start with that lavish press conference Monday to introduce their "backup" quarterback. The Jets know the power of Tebowmania. That's why the new conference, televised live on ESPN, was Monday. It could have been Saturday or Sunday. But the Jets didn't want to go against the NCAA tournament. The sports world Monday was all about Tebow. Tebow, the distraction, will bring immense attention.
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By Kevin Cowherd and The Baltimore Sun | March 27, 2012
The world's nicest NFL Player met the New York media Monday and charmed everyone in the room. And considering the room was the cavernous Jetsindoor practice facility, crammed with enough TV cameras, tape recorders and notebook-wielding reporters to cover a papal visit, this was no small feat. At probably the biggest news conference ever held for a backup quarterback, Tim Tebow said all the right things to the howling jackals of the press, as you knew he would. He was folksy and humble and open and aw-shucksy, just what you'd expect. How many times did he say he was "excited" to be a Jet?
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By Jamison Hensley, The Baltimore Sun | September 9, 2010
An emotional Ray Lewis lashed out at the New York Jets on Thursday, ripping the team and coach Rex Ryan for their self-promoting hype. Ranting for a couple of minutes, the Ravens middle linebacker reached a point where he got fed up from all the Super Bowl talk coming from the Jets. This should increase the drama for the Ravens' season opener at the Jets on Monday Night Football. "We're talking about the Jets like we're talking about the Saints," Lewis said. "That's the Super Bowl champs.
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By Matt Vensel | October 3, 2011
Each morning, Monday through Friday, I'll hook you up with reading material to skim through as you slug down coffee and slack off at the start of your workday -- that way I'll have an excuse to do the same at the start of mine.     Running it back: The Ravens set a franchise record with three defensive touchdowns on their way to a 34-17 victory over the overmatched Jets . Joe Flacco threw 12 straight incompletions at one point and did not complete a pass in the second or third quarter . ... Tom Zbikowski suffered a concussion . ... Back in Baltimore this weekend, Rafael Palmeiro maintained that he never knowingly used steroids . ... After pulling away in the second half against Towson over the weekend, the Maryland football team is now focused on Saturday's game at Georgia Tech . Hitting the links: 1. Mike Preston hopes the Ravens learned a lesson [ Baltimore Sun ]
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By Matt Vensel | December 21, 2011
Derrick Mason has gotten around over the past five months. He was released by the Ravens when the NFL lockout ended. The New York Jets traded him in October. And after his brief stint with the Houston Texans ended last week, he found himself in the studio as a guest analyst for NFL Network. In this video from NFL Network , Mason breaks down the young quarterbacks he played with in his recent NFL odyssey: Joe Flacco of the Ravens, Mark Sanchez of the Jets and T.J. Yates of the Texans.
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By Edward Lee | November 17, 2011
Ravens free safety Ed Reed is dealing with an eight-game streak of zero interceptions, but the seven-time Pro Bowler insisted that he has no concerns about this current drought. “No, man. I've been playing ball, being where I'm supposed to be,” Reed said Wednesday. “To be perfectly honest, they haven't thrown my way. That's the game plan that some teams come with. So plays will come. I'm not worried about that. We have a winning record, we've been winning, and if me not making a play [means]
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