Jane McManus has covered New York sports since 1998 and began covering football just before Brett Favre's stint with the Jets. Her work has appeared in Newsday, USA Today, The Journal News and The New York Times. Follow Jane on Twitter.
Bad coaching and worse teammates have Sanchez down, but not out.
Jets running back Shonn Greene feasted on the Colts' run defense in a big win.
CB Antonio Cromartie is the key to a Jets victory over the Indianapolis Colts.
The Jets simply are not expecting Kyle Wilson to be Darrelle Revis.
Darrelle Revis took a leap of faith, a potentially a costly leap for any athlete.
The old Bart Scott is back with his mouthy leadership and fun-loving enthusiasm.
Bart Scott has big plans for his son that don't include a pro football career.
How to get Sanchez and Holmes to bond? Hey, what about a reality show!
It's going to be a rough couple of weeks for Jets fans.
"Big-time players step up in big-time games," says Hakeem Nicks.
People blame Schotty and Sanchez for the Jets' struggles. What about the GM?
The Jets are getting to know Cruz, getting to know all about Cruz ...
The middle ground of fans is what the Giants and Jets will be playing for.
D'Brickashaw Ferguson and Jason Pierre-Paul will clash on Christmas Eve.
With his latest display of bad judgement, Tone Time has gone tone deaf.
Shonn Greene and the offensive line came up big for the Jets in Washington.
The Jets' Plaxico Burress is thankful to finally spend Thanksgiving with his family.
Like David Tyree before him, Jake Ballard tormented Pats on a game-winning drive.
His daughter's autism has inspired a Jets executive to run in the NYC Marathon.
The Jets can't afford a post-bye letdown, because the next two games are huge.
Giants wideout Victor Cruz is dancing into the hearts of many with his play.
Aaron "Mayhem" Maybin is rewarding the Jets for believing in him.
Darrelle Revis made yet another game-changing play for the Jets.
Rex Ryan's comments call out Mike Tannenbaum, not Norv Turner.
Santonio Holmes staying positive despite the Jets' recent struggles.
Joe McKnight is still trying to settle into a role with the New York Jets.
The Jets will try to contain Wes Welker -- and that is easier said than done.
Waiving Damien Woody in March robbed the Jets of the line depth they need now.
Shonn Greene and LaDainian Tomlinson need to get it going in Oakland.
LaDainian Tomlinson still finding ways to contribute to New York Jets.
Rex Ryan consoled his twin brother with six words: "See you in the Super Bowl."
Don't know what you have until it's gone? Doesn't have to be the case with Serena.
Rafael Nadal finally gets his day off at the U.S. Open. He'll need it before the final.
Despite his quarterfinal loss, this was the best U.S. Open of John Isner's career.
Future of American tennis looked bright under the bright lights at Arthur Ashe.
For Irina Falconi, playing in New York means returning to where it all began.
Christina McHale continues journey from Hong Kong to New Jersey to U.S. Open.
Robby Felix has faced tougher obstacles than trying to earn a Jets roster spot.
Aussie punter Chris Bryan has crossed the globe, family in tow, for an NFL shot.
Wayne Hunter is making the most of his new opportunity with the Jets.
New York Jets' Rookie Jeremy Kerley looks like he could be something special.
After making the transition from college, Shonn Greene is ready to lead the Jets.
Michael Vick's redemption story blazed a trail for Plaxico Burress.
The NFL lockout has brought several former Scarlet Knights together.
Roethlisberger isn't a redemption story just because he reached the Super Bowl.
Nick Mangold's battles vs. top NTs have prepared him to face Casey Hampton.
Rex Ryan's smart schemes are an underrated aspect of his coaching profile.
Cotchery, Edwards and Holmes played a key role in the Jets' win.
Jets head coach Rex Ryan is not giving away any injury news to the Patriots.
Can Mark Sanchez recover from the Jets' most recent trip to Foxborough?
Backed into a corner by his boasts? No, the Jets have their coach's back.
Antonio Cromartie's best play against the Colts actually came on special teams.
With LT and Shonn Greene resting, Joe McKnight took advantage of his chance.
Despite Sunday's hysterics, nothing's changed about the Jets and Giants.
After a rough week, Jets QB Mark Sanchez didn't want it to be about him.
The Jets couldn't feel good for Danny Woodhead after he made them look bad.
LaDainian Tomlinson had a rough time during his last visit to Gillette Stadium.
The Jets are glad Danny Woodhead has found success. That changes Monday.
Darrelle Revis responded to war of words by shutting down Terrell Owens.
Jets' Brad Smith gets much-deserved, rarely received attention on Thanksgiving.
Jason Garrett is facing a new challenge in his return to New York.
It'll be a home game on the road for the Jets' Vernon Gholston in Detroit.
The Giants' offensive line will face a tough challenge in Seattle.
Ex-Jet David Clowney, back in N.J. for a day, wants to build future in Carolina.
Jets head coach Rex Ryan attempted to make sense of Week 8's loss.
Jets running back Shonn Greene prefers to let his play do the talking.
Ahmad Bradshaw in a rush to reach top in first season as Giants' featured back.
If you wondered -- yes, the Giants WRs plan their end zone dances in advance.
The Giants' wide receivers will play an important role Monday night in Dallas.
Don't look now, but Shaun O'Hara seems ready to go Monday night in Dallas.
Dustin Keller doesn't worry about being on the A-list. TDs are more his pace.
Dwight Lowery's fumble recovery against Denver earned him a new nickname.
Clint Sintim will play a bigger role for the Giants against the Texans.
Opportunity might knock again for preseason sensation Victor Cruz.
Eli Manning amassed stellar numbers, yet the Giants got embarrassed Sunday.
Super Saturday left U.S. Open fans thinking: That's entertainment?
Martina Hingis, retired and still just 29, is happy to resurface at Grand Slams.
The last American standing in the men's draw, Sam Querrey, fell Tuesday.
Jets players seem pleased and relieved to welcome Revis back to his Island.
John Isner is known for his three-day win at Wimbledon -- but he wants more.
Giants' Jonathan Goff eyes a future as an engineer -- just like his older brother.
James Blake, now 30, is hoping to make a run at the U.S Open.
Roger Federer is building a highlight reel of between-the-legs shots at the Open.
James Blake has struggled of late, but hopes to make a run at the U.S. Open.
LaDainian Tomlinson washed up? A bad acquisition? Not so much.
It didn't take long for Rex Ryan to see why Eric Smith was his kind of player.
Ben Roethlisberger's performance Saturday was a bit of a mirage.
Joe McKnight knew he'd be a storyline on "Hard Knocks" -- but he didn't watch.
Short stature, small school, big injury -- none of them stopped Danny Woodhead.
Fans find a few issues in new football palace but Giants, Jets players love it.
Why the preseason opener is a lot more important to the Jets than the Giants.
Big Blue LB Clint Sintim is making a strong bid for a starting spot.
Giants DT Chris Canty, hurt for much of 2009, is having a great training camp.
After surgery and rehab, Mark Sanchez's confidence is sky-high, his dad says.
There's no point in couching it, Jets kicker Nick Folk looked awful in OTAs.
Jets have a long way to go in determining who will replace Alan Faneca.
Learning Rex Ryan's defense has Jason Taylor spending a lot of time studying.
Regardless of Revis or "Hard Knocks," the Jets are thinking two words -- Super Bowl
Drew Brees spent Tuesday in New York City, filming a commercial for "Madden."
It's a cruel summer for Chad Jones, whose NFL career is in jeopardy.
Jets, fans enjoy day at new Meadowlands stadium -- with a critique or two.
QB Mark Sanchez will reach his goal of playing in the Jets' mandatory minicamp.
Madison Square Garden and area businesses need LeBron to lead a revival.
The thought of Jets not playing in XLVIII makes their coach green in the gills.
Players for the Jets and the Giants are preparing for the worst: A lockout.
Nick Swisher found it hard to get too worked up about another Subway Series.
Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov is learning to talk the talk, New York style.
Clowney wants to save children because someone saved him when he was a kid.
Cappie Pondexter, an ex-Rutgers star and WNBA champ, gives Liberty hope.
Knicks fans and New York Magazine editors are hoping to convince the King.
When Mexico played Ecuador at the New Meadowlands, football meant soccer.
Jets fans predict 15-1. Rex Ryan wants to know the identity of the lone loss.
A family and a community hope Herb Pope rebounds from his latest setback.
Sitting next to Don Zimmer in the dugout got horse racing in Joe Torre's blood.
John Skelton had a feeling about Arizona, the dry earth and the sunshine.
The scene in and around Radio City: News and notes from the NFL draft
Stock up the fridge, get out the dip and prepare for an intense few days.
Some Jets fans might not want Jason Taylor, but several Jets players do.
Revis Island could get even less hospitable with good cover over the top.
The Jets need a pass-rusher, and TCU's Jerry Hughes is a good candidate.
For the Jets, the draft is about the pass rush, among other things.
For the Jets, the draft is all about the pass rush. We'll take a look at three possibilities.
With Brandon Marshall in Miami, the Jets should think safety first at the NFL draft.
Traded by Pittsburgh, Santonio Holmes is glad for a new start with the Jets.
The Giants and Jets spared no expense. Neither will you at their new stadium.
It was an Opening Day of redemption. The Mets finally got one right.
Giants or Jets: Who owns this town? It's a Jersey war for football supremacy.