2014 All-Potential Second Team Offense

September 19th, 2013
Brandon Coleman has a rare combination of size and athleticism similar to Plaxico Burress (Photo: US Presswire)

Brandon Coleman has a rare combination of size and athleticism similar to Plaxico Burress (Photo: US Presswire)

By Marc Sluis, Staff Writer

Potential can be a like an oasis. An illusion that mystifies and intrigues but often leaves us with nothing. But its too fun not to speculate about what could be. That’s why the All Potential Team was created.

Here is your Second Team Offense:

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2014 All Potential Team: Offense, Honorable Mention

September 12th, 2013
Duke Johnson, likely to make this list in a year, was stellar but Stephen Morris flashed some major potential vs Florida (Photo: US Presswire)

Duke Johnson, likely to make this list in a year, was stellar but Stephen Morris flashed some major potential vs Florida (Photo: US Presswire)

By Marc Sluis, Staff Writer

2013 was devoid of star power at quarterback. That’s not the case this year as you’ll see. These players all have enough upside worthy of recognition.

QB Teddy Bridgewater, Louisville
6’3 220

You may be surprised to see the consensus #1 QB on the Honorable Mention list and not First Team. If you were to rank all the 2014 eligible quarterbacks based on overall ability and likeliness to succeed at the next level, Bridgewater would no doubt top the list. But this exercise is a bit more abstract, more imaginative than grounded. Read the rest of this entry »


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

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

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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2014 NFL Draft: Potential First-Round Picks for the New York Jets

September 7th, 2013
Marquise Lee

Could Marquise Lee be Santonio Holmes’ replacement? (Photo: US Presswire)

By Ryan Alfieri, Editor

It’s never too early to start looking forward to the future—especially in times like these for Jets fans.

The season has yet to start and the Jets could certainly surprise a lot of people if their rookies make a big impact early on, but there is a very good chance that the Jets will be picking high in the 2014 draft.

While this does call for another season of losing, it does give the Jets a chance to add a dynamic player on either side of the ball that can help bring them back into contention. Here are some possible first-round picks heading into the second week of college football.

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