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49ers 34, Jets 0: San Francisco Pummels New York Jets

The New York Jets were no match for the San Francisco 49ers Sunday, losing 34-0.

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X-rays negative, Jets await MRI results on Holmes

Jets head coach Rex Ryan indicated that X-rays on Santonio Holmes injured left foot were negative, but that they're still awaiting word on an MRI and it's unlikely the wideout plays against the Texans.


Jets get grounded by 49ers

The New York Jets were hammered at home 34-0 by the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday, creating serious doubts in the process.


Jets-49ers analysis: The good, the bad, the ugly

For the New York Jets there wasn't much good about Sunday's 34-0 loss to the San Francisco 49ers.


49ers 34, Jets 0: Rex Ryan post-game transcript

The full text of Rex Ryan's remarks to the media following the Jets' 34-0 loss to the 49ers on Sunday


Ryan: 'We got our ass kicked'

The New York Jets were completely embarrassed Sunday against the San Francisco 49ets, losing 34-0 and turning the ball over five times at home. Head coach Rex Ryan has never been one to hide his feelings or mince his words, so after this game, which is up there with the worst losses of his head coaching career, he was bound to say something worth quoting, and he didn't disappoint. From his post-game press conference:

"I was going to say we got our butt kicked, but we got our ass kicked," Ryan said. "We go in and it should be 7-3 at halftime, but instead it's 10-0 because of mistakes we make. Then we come out and turn the ball over four times... Obviously it's unacceptable. We gotta look at it. It starts with the coaches. I've given the players [the day off] Monday and Tuesday."

"They gotta dig deep," Ryan continued. "They gotta look down at themselves. We have to look as coaches as what we're doing, because I've never given up so many rushing yards in my life. So what can we do to help? You can't just say it's poor tackling or this and that. There must be something to it, so we're going to find out. But clearly we're not going to beat anybody when you play like that, like we did today."

The Jets face the 4-0 Texans next week, so they're going to need a massive turnaround to have a chance. Their best player, Darrelle Revis, is out, wide receiver Santonio Holmes may miss the game and Mark Sanchez played another vastly subpar game. These are tough times for the Jets, folks.


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Jets-49ers final score: Jets blown out, 34-0

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Jets' Holmes out for game with knee injury

New York Jets wide receiver Santonio Holmes has left the game with a knee injury suffered in the fourth quarter against the San Francisco 49ers.


49ers shutting out Jets, 17-0, through 3 quarters

Jets' offense struggling to get going as New York trails San Francisco, 17-0, heading into the final quarter.


Jets sputtering, down 10-0 to 49ers at half

New York's offense fumbles twice and gains just 83 yards in the first half as San Francisco opens up a 10-0 lead before halftime.


Jets and 49ers scoreless after one quarter

The San Francisco 49ers and New York Jets are locked at 0-0 after one quarter.


Jets' Stephen Hill, Dustin Keller out

The New York Jets will be without rookie wide receiver Stephen Hill and tight end Dustin Keller on Sunday, as the inactive lists for the showdown against the San Francisco 49ers listed both as out. During the Jets' pregame warmups, Hill was seen walking in sneakers and wearing a baseball cap (via Manish Mehta), while Keller didn't look happy after meeting with the team's front office brass, coaches and medical staff (via ESPN's Rich Cimini).

For the past week, Hill and Keller missed practice as both are trying to recover from hamstring injuries. At wide receiver, the Jets will turn to Chaz Schilens and Jeremy Kerley to make up for the loss of Hill, who's caught five passes for 89 receiving yards and two touchdowns.

Meanwhile, Keller will miss his third straight game. Keller's backup is Jeff Cumberland, who does have seven catches for 71 yards.

Other Jets players listed as inactive were: Cornerback Darrelle Revis, defensive tackle Damon Harrison, guard Caleb Schlauderaff, running back Jonathan Grimes and quarterback Greg McElroy.

Meanwhile, the 49ers will be without nose tackle Isaac Sopoaga (knee), quarterback Scott Tolzien, wide receiver A.J. Jenkins, running back LaMichael James, safety Trenton Robinson, running back Brandon Jacobs and guard Joe Looney.

The good news is that wide receiver/kick returner Ted Ginn Jr. and linebacker Patrick Willis are playing.

This story originally appeared on SBNation.com.


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Antonio Cromartie: Time to put up or shut up

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Dustin Keller heads long Jets injury list

The New York Jets and San Francisco 49ers have released their Friday injury reports, and both teams have a number of players that are questionable for Sunday's match-up at MetLife Stadium.

Jets linebacker Bart Scott is listed as questionable as he deals with a toe injury. Scott was limited in practice all week. Joining him on the questionable list are tight end Dustin Keller (hamstring), fullback John Conner (knee), outside linebacker Bryan Thomas (hamstring), and wide receiver Patrick Turner (hamstring).

Wideout Stephen Hill is doubtful after missing practice this week with a hamstring injury.

The 49ers are dealing with a much shorter list of injuries. Defensive tackle Isaac Sopoaga is battling knee and ankle injuries. Sopoaga has not practiced this week and is questionable for Sunday. Wide receiver Ted Ginn, Jr. (ankle) and running back Brandon Jacobs (knee) are also listed as questionable as both were limited in practice.

The full list of injuries can be found here.


Jets vs. 49ers: Key Matchups

The Jets have a tall order ahead of them on Sunday when they host the hungry 49ers. Here are some of the key matchups that could decide the game.


Stephen Hill/Laron Landry missed practice Thursday

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NFL odds Week 4, 49ers vs. Jets

The New York Jets are currently underdogs entering Sunday's game against the San Francisco 49ers. The line opened at three points, but has expanded to four and even 4.5 points in some books


Week 4: Who to Start, who to sit - New York Jets

Despite having a 2-1 record after last week's overtime victory against the Miami Dolphins, the New York Jets remain a work in progress -- especially on offense.

Here is your weekly fantasy football look at Gang Green.

Mark Sanchez is who we thought he is -- an inconsistent QB just as a capable of throwing for 300 yards and three scores as he is completing 10-for-34 for 128 yards and a pick.
And this week he faces one of the top defenses in the NFL, the San Francisco 49ers, who are surely to be highly agitated after getting embarrassed by the Minnesota Vikings in Week 3. If you have to start Sanchez, you probably are not more than 1-2 in your league, and surely you could probably pick up somebody on waivers for this week against such a great defense.

Sit him!

Running Back
Head coach Rex Ryan said the Jets were going to be a ground-and-pound team, but so far this season, they are only averaging 98 rushing yards per game. Shonn Greene has been banged up and has yet to live up to the potential he showed in the playoffs a few years ago.
Bilal Powell, who had 10 carries for 45 yards versus the Dolphins and is averaging four yards per run, is being added in many leagues, but against such a stout defense, you would be wise to keep both these Jets grounded.

Sit them!

Wide Receiver
Santonio Holmes nearly had a career high versus Miami, catching nine balls for 147 yards, but he did not find the end zone. With Dustin Keller still hurt and Stephen Hill both hurt and ineffective, he is Sanchez' only weapon in the passing game. For that reason, you should insert him into your lineup. But be advised that his performance will be tied to the performance of his QB -- obviously, but even more so than most wideouts. Hill has a lingering hamstring issue and should be kept on the bench, even if he does play. Until he starts catching more passes, he will be a one-week wonder.

Start Holmes, sit Hill!

Nick Folk is a perfect 6-for-6 on the season in field goals and has seven extra points. The Jets offense should struggle to move the ball against an elite San Fran defense, meaning Folk could have the opportunity to kick more than the three field goals he booted last week in Miami. He is a viable option, especially with a couple of teams on bye.

Start him!

Defense/Special Teams
The loss of All-Pro cornerback Darrelle Revis for the season with a torn ACL certainly knocks Ryan's defense down a notch, but they are by no means finished as a unit. Antonio Cromartie and LaRon Landry can still make a big play, and first-round pick Kyle Wilson will be given every opportunity to fill in for Revis. The 49ers are an average offense with an average quarterback, so you could do worse than Gang Green's DST.

Start them!

Good luck in Week 4!

As always, for more on the Jets, visit SB Nation's Gang Green Nation. And do not forget to play SB Nation's Fantasy Pick 6.


McKnight to play cornerback for Jets

The New York Jets are turning to RB Joe McKnight to help fill in at cornerback with Darrelle Revis out for the season.


Jets, 49ers release Wednesday's injury reports

Wednesday's injury report for the New York Jets has been released, and wide receiver Stephen Hill and linebacker Bart Scott did not participate in practice as the Jets prepare for their Week 4 contest with the visiting San Francisco 49ers (1 p.m. on FOX). Scott is dealing with a toe injury, but told the New York Post's Brian Costello it is fine, while Hill is recovering from a hamstring injury. Both players have played in all three regular season games this season.

Also not participating in practice was safety Eric Smith (hip, knee), while tight end Dustin Keller was listed as limited. Keller, who's also dealing with a hamstring injury, is trying to return to the field after missing the Jets' last two games.

Meanwhile, 49ers nose tackle Isaac Sopoaga did not practice Wednesday, as he's recovering from both left knee and ankle sprains. Sopoaga had a X-ray on Monday and it checked out OK, but reports are Sopoaga looked stiff at the team's hotel room.

Also for San Francisco, wide receiver Ted Ginn and running back Brandon Jacobs were both limited.


Are the Jets done without Darrelle Revis?

Many have claimed Darrelle Revis' torn ACL as a death knell for the 2012 New York Jets.


Post-Revis, Rex Ryan to change Jets' scheme on D

New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan said changes will be coming to the team's defensive scheme following the season-ending ACL tear by cornerback Darrelle Revis on Sunday.

In an interview on the Michael Kay Show on ESPN Radio New York, Ryan discussed at length how monumental the injury to Revis is for the team, even going so far to say that it is the worst thing that could have happened this year. Ryan explained that Revis cannot be replaced by one player and the team will need to compensate for his loss collectively.

Via SportsRadioInterviews.com:

"When you take a guy that is clearly the premiere corner in this league and you take him away from your football team, you got to do things differently [...] You can't put it on one guy to replace a Darrelle Revis. Kyle Wilson is not going to be able to replace Darrelle Revis, but we have to find a way to get it done and we have to do it collectively."

This story originally appeared at SB Nation. For more on the Jets, visit Gang Green Nation and SB Nation New York. For more on the Dolphins, visit The Phinsiderand SB Nation Tampa Bay.

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