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Variety Pack: Jets and Draft Thoughts

Saturday, October 5th, 2013
In an up and down season, one bright spot is rookie Sheldon Richardson (Photo: US Presswire)

In an up and down season, one bright spot is rookie Sheldon Richardson (Photo: US Presswire)

By Marc Sluis, Staff Writer

Fall brings things we might not all cherish like colder weather or school work but also something we all love. Football. Most people love the games and get caught up in the current season, as do I. If you’re reading this you either like to focus on your beloved Jets or you love the to scout and preview the new crop of NFL prospects on their way to the league. (more…)


Re-watching the Penalty Bowl: Jets-Bills Review

Wednesday, September 25th, 2013
The defense has been exceptional all season, but Santonio Holmes was another Jet who was huge last versus the Bills (Photo: US Presswire).

The defense has been exceptional all season, but Santonio Holmes was another Jet who was huge last versus the Bills (Photo: US Presswire).

By: Mike O’Connor, Staff Writer

The Jets somehow managed to make a game close that was, at times, utter domination in their favor in their 27-20 win against the Buffalo Bills, sending them to 2-1 on the season.  In a tough division match-up that saw two rookie quarterbacks have totally different performances, an explosive offense for the Jets, and nearly thirty total penalties, we sure have a lot to review.

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New York Jets Draft Needs Through Week 2

Saturday, September 21st, 2013
Stephen Hill

The Jets cannot rely on Stephen Hill to be their only target moving forward. (Photo: US Presswire)

By Ryan Alfieri, Editor

It may be early in the season, but it is never too early to start thinking about what kind of direction the Jets will need to take in next year’s draft.

So far, the jets have gotten some solid production out of positions that were supposed to be huge weakness, while some former strengths have fallen back into the “needy” category. Let’s take a look at which positions need an infusion of young talent the most:

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Jets-Buccaneers Review: The Great, Good, Bad, and the Ugly

Monday, September 9th, 2013
The defensive line certainly stepped up for the Jets in their win.  How did others fare?  (Photo: US Presswire).

The defensive line certainly stepped up for the Jets in their win. How did others fare? (Photo: US Presswire).

By: Mike O’Connor, Staff Writer

The Jets have certainly supplied us fans with heart-stopping moments over the years, and yesterday didn’t disappoint.  A last second field goal from the heroic Nick Folk ended another fairy tale win to open up the season, with the score 18-17.  A win is a win, and there’s much to like from the effort.  However, the Jets have mountains to climb before they become a dangerous threat in the AFC in 2013.  Let’s take another look at who impressed and those who didn’t in yesterday’s entertainment.

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Five Things The Jets Must Do To Win Week One

Sunday, September 8th, 2013
Containing Doug Martin is just one of the tough tasks the Jets have today (Photo: US Presswire).

Containing Doug Martin is just one of the tough tasks the Jets have today (Photo: US Presswire).

By: Mike O’Connor, Staff Writer

Gameday is upon us, folks.  Here are some essentials to look out for that the Jets must key in on today to beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in what should be a relatively competitive game.

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