Jason Cole now reporting that Holmes has a Lisfranc injury at minimum. Must really be a ****ed up picture in there for it to have been this hard to spot.
Anyway, bad news for him. It's a really tough injury to recover from. Ronnie never did. He's never had more than 85 yards in a game since and went from averaging 4.4+ yards per carry to far less than 4 afterwards.
ok not lauging at the injury, but at the possibility of holmes having rex look at his foot... lol
"I didn't feel like we had to score," Tannehill said. "I had the mindset we were going to score."
Holmes slipped down and immediately flipped the ball away when he hit the ground. There is no way of determining if he is going down and giving himself up a: based on the way he went down and b: how quickly the play occurred. This is much different then a guy kneeling or sliding feet first. Refs made the right call. No sympathy whistles in the NFL and its pointless to cry about it because it doesn't change the outcome of the game.
The Jets and their fans have a lot bigger things to worry about.
Idk that I can say that Holmes gave himself up. Eli dove face first a few years back...hit the ground and fumbled the ball..So IMO the right call was made...
Jets are done tho...losing holmes hurts them in a huge way..Their D is playing awful, their offense is awful (As all Dolphins fans predicted)...
Rex Ryan will be fired after this year...and I hope to god Tony is made head coach!!! That would be awesome!!
If Tannenbaum goes, which is the active widespread speculation on all the jest boards, Rex will be gone too. Already Woody is intimating that if things don't turn around, they need to substitute in Tebow. And you know he'll listen to fan consensus cause for him it's all about the buck$. That house is swaying on its shaky foundation.
geno and idzik have done the impossible: make jets fans wish the tanny/sanchez days were here again > Darksider, Jetnation