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 Jets Team Report (Yahoo! Sports)
 Jets coach Rex Ryan thinks he knows one of the reasons for Mark Sanchez's woeful performance Sunday in the team's 10-6 loss to Miami. Sanchez went 17-for-44 with one interception.

"I looked at Mark's play," Ryan said Monday after watching the game film. "I sat in there and I watched the game with our offensive staff. So much of it comes down to fundamentals and technique. That's just the way it is at every position. When all else fails, you go back (to) your fundamentals and technique.

"In Mark's case, you can't be accurate with the football if you don't have proper footwork. It's hard to throw the ball when you're not set and ready to go. Some of that has to do with the pressure you're getting."

Sanchez was sacked a season-high six times by the Dolphins. (click for more...)

 Ryan gives QB Sanchez vote of confidence (The Canadian Press)
 FLORHAM PARK, N.J. - Rex Ryan is standing by Mark Sanchez as his quarterback. (click for more...)
 Jets' Ryan gives QB Sanchez vote of confidence (AP)
 Rex Ryan is standing by Mark Sanchez as his quarterback. Despite considering pulling a struggling Sanchez from a loss to Miami on Sunday, the New York Jets coach insisted he still has confidence in him. "Mark is our quarterback, he's my quarterback," Ryan said Monday. "He'll always be our starting quarterback. (click for more...)
 Jets' Mind Game Must Change
 Following the Jets Monday night loss to New England, the team's psyche is bruised but not down. Sports psychologist Dr. John F. Murray explains how the team can move on and how head coach Rex Ryan can put the defeat in context. (click for more...)
 For The Jets, The Pryce Is Right
 The Jets signed Trevor Pryce off waivers from Baltimore this year, answering a call from Rex Ryan. "It's been a whirlwind," said Pryce. (click for more...)
 Jets' Ryan gives QB Sanchez vote of confidence
 Rex Ryan is standing by Mark Sanchez as his quarterback. (click for more...)
 NFL, Jets reviewing tripping incident
 Dolphins linebacker Karlos Dansby took a swipe at New York Jets coach Rex Ryan after learning that a Jets' assistant tripped one of his teammates during Sunday's game. (click for more...)
 Ryan considered benching QB Sanchez
 New York Jets coach Rex Ryan considered benching quarterback Mark Sanchez in the third quarter of Sunday's 10-6 loss to Miami. (click for more...)
 Jets coach buries game ball from loss to Pats
 Rex Ryan buried the New York Jets' embarrassing loss to the New England Patriots. (click for more...)
 Jets asst. Alosi suspended, fined $25K for tripping
 NEW YORK (AP) Dolphins linebacker Karlos Dansby took a swipe at New York Jets coach Rex Ryan after learning that a Jets' assistant tripped one of his teammates during Sunday's game. (click for more...)
 Greene could have returned from neck injury
 Coach Rex Ryan said that Shonn Greene suffered a neck injury in the fourth quarter of Sunday's loss to the Dolphins, but was ready to return to the game. (click for more...)
 Carolina's Luck?Draft look-ahead
 Rex Ryan evidently is not pleased with the Jets' defense. DE Shaun Ellis is not pleased that he is not pleased.

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 Ryan considered benching QB Sanchez
 New York Jets coach Rex Ryan considered benching quarterback Mark Sanchez in the third quarter of Sunday's 10-6 loss to Miami.

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 Myers: Jets must rebound from debacle to bury Dolphins
 Rex Ryan and Jets will try to rebound from humiliating 45-3 loss to Patriots on Monday night.

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 Jets defense hopes to 'make amends' for bad outing
 Mike Pettine heard all the words used to describe the New York Jets' defense performance at New England. (click for more...)
 Secondary coach Johnnie Lynn resigns
 Johnnie Lynn, a veteran of 17 NFL seasons, including the past six with the 49ers, resigns for personal reasons. (click for more...)
 Singletary: Focused on the Chargers
 Niners coach Mike Singletary seems subdued in his weekly session with the media, saying he was concentrating on the Chargers. Good thing: A win would help the team in its quest to win the NFC West despite a losing record. (click for more...)
 With QB change, 49ers can open their playbook
 Alex Smith climbs back in the saddle, giving the 49ers more chances to use their entire playbook. But coach Mike Singletary says the change in quarterbacks was also made because opponents had figured out Troy Smith. (click for more...)
 Is Alex Smith the right choice?
 Coach Mike Singletary makes another quarterback change, saying Alex Smith gives the 49ers the best chance to win. But with a game against the Seahawks coming up, it might not be the right time. (click for more...)
 Does Gruden have his eyes on 49ers?
 49ers coach Mike Singletary knows he's under fire for the team's 4-8 record. But he says he doesn't pay attention to what's written, even as reports surface of Jon Gruden's supposed interest in San Francisco. (click for more...)
 Report: Alex Smith to return as starting QB
 After Sunday's 34-16 loss to the Packers, 49ers coach Mike Singletary says the starting quarterback issue remains a "week-to-week thing." But according to Jason LaCanfora of NFL.com, Alex Smith will return as the starter. (click for more...)
 Baas still hopes to play Sunday
 Notebook: Injured running back Frank Gore won't need surgery on his fractured right hip, but the 49ers will check him again in a few weeks, coach Mike Singletary said. (click for more...)
 Singletary impressed by Smith's work ethic
 After adding Troy Smith to the 49ers' roster, coach Mike Singletary said he hopes Nate Davis will clear waivers and be signed to the practice squad. (click for more...)
 49ers climb back into NFC West race
 SAN FRANCISCO Not only is Alex Smith playing for a job next season, he might be helping coach Mike Singletary save his. (click for more...)
 Three NFL coaches have been fired this season, more could go in the offseason
 Several NFL coaches are on the hot seat this season, including San Francisco's Mike Singletary and Carolina's John Fox. (click for more...)
 49ers face short week, and a very big challenge
 Excuse 49ers head coach Mike Singletary for not being his usual animated self Monday, as indicated by the total lack of "That's on me" statements and "Going forward" vows at his weekly news conference. It's just that...