Joel Dreessen Speaks On Peyton Manning's Career
Is Rex Ryan Making The Buffalo Bills Better Or Worse?Will Rex Ryan's act wear thin in Buffalo? It will if the Bills' defense, which faltered last season under his watch, doesn't improve.
Curtis Martin Joins The Triple Threat On Radio Row
CBS Sports' Chris Simms: New York Jets Are One Of Five Best Teams In NFLIn the final week of the regular season, Chris Simms of CBS Sports says that there may be some interesting decisions made by playoff-bound teams in the AFC.
CBS Sports' Boomer Esiason: Nothing Better To Belichick Than Beating JetsCBS Sports' "The NFL Today" studio analyst Boomer Esiason talks two big games in Week 16 and what's at stake for those in the playoffs.
Jets Look for Giant WinThe Jets can't erase 45 years of history with a win against the Giants. But they will thrust themselves into the AFC playoff picture.
Facing Fitzpatrick, Stingy Secondary Displays DepthThe secondary's shutdown second-half continued with a stingy effort against Fitzpatrick and the Jets
O'Brien Opens Up Playbook In Win Over JetsWith T.J. Yates starting for the first time since in almost four years against the NFL’s fourth ranked defense, it’s natural to assume the Texans would keep it conservative Sunday at NRG Stadium. They didn’t, and it helped them beat the Jets 24-17.
Credit Miami For Texans TurnaroundThe second half schedule looked much more daunting on paper, but since reaching the breaking point when they trailed Miami by 41, it appears it doesn’t matter who the opponent is as the Texans picked up their third straight win with a 24-17 win over the Jets.
Fitzpatrick: Losing To Texans Was Especially "Tough"Ryan Fitzpatrick had hoped to stick it to the Texans. Instead, he threw two interceptions late in the fourth quarter to seal a 24-17 Jets loss.
Best Of The Triple Threat 11/20
Injury Report: First-Place Texans Have Major Injury Concerns For Week 11Houston Texans starting quarterback Brian Hoyer is definitely out this weekend as he recovers from a concussion suffered in Monday night's win over Cincinnati, while No. 1 wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins missed workouts all week with a knee problem. Hopkins says he will play, but he's officially questionable for Sunday's game against the New York Jets at home. Without these two offensive cogs at 100 percent, the Texans defense once again may have to carry the team.