1. Jets highly interested in Wyoming’s Josh Allen
  2. Jets offense, coaching staff started bye early
  3. Fitz’s Revenge: Former Jets QB Beats Old Team 15-10
  4. Preview: Jets at Buccaneers
  5. Jets D Stepping Up at Right Time


November 18, 2017
Jets highly interested in Wyoming’s Josh Allen

The Quarterback position is the most important position to get right in the NFL Draft for a General Manager. Select a below average guy, and the team will be in the depths of mediocrity for years to come. Get it right, and the rewards are beyond imagination. Many teams in the NFL drafted Quarterbacks in…

November 13, 2017
Jets offense, coaching staff started bye early

The Jets offense and coaching staff decided to treat yesterday’s game like the last day of work before Thanksgiving. You know how that day goes, where everyone shows up to work but with their minds on vacation and no work actual gets done. That was the offense and the coaching staff yesterday, the defense came…

November 12, 2017
Fitz’s Revenge: Former Jets QB Beats Old Team 15-10

Tampa, FL – Ryan Fitzpatrick got revenge on the New York Jets as he led the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a 15-10 victory over his former team. Offense for both Tampa Bay and New York were nonexistent in the first half. The first three drives for the Jets were three-and-outs, only broken up by an interception…

November 10, 2017
Preview: Jets at Buccaneers

Florham Park, NJ – Now that you’ve had the chance to select your favorite #JetsDanceToAnything video and had the chance to enjoy your football Sunday without stress, it’s time to focus on what the Jets have their eyes on – heading into the BYE week at .500. New York sits at 4-5, 10th place in the…

November 10, 2017
Jets D Stepping Up at Right Time

Florham Park, NJ – The New York Jets defense is starting to play like fans expected them to all season. If the defense came up in conversation, most praise was reserved for the rookie safety duo of Marcus Maye and Jamal Adams. They deserve it, too. Adams and Maye have been vocal leaders on the field…

November 10, 2017
Strong-charactered vets and coaches facilitate Jets success

If you ask Steve McLendon what the issue was with the New York Jets last season, he’ll say: “The ball just didn’t fall in our court.” There weren’t any cancerous egos but there was a bad taste of losing in that locker room. That’s something he won’t forget. It’s also something that this current Jets roster…

November 9, 2017
Fitzmagic back to face Jets

When the New York Jets travel to Tampa Bay, Florida this weekend, they’ll be preparing to face off against a familiar foe. In the days leading up to Sunday’s game, Buccaneers Head Coach, Dirk Koetter, announced that franchise quarterback, Jameis Winston, would miss the next two weeks due to an arm injury. The Buccaneers will…

November 8, 2017
Jordan Jenkins named AFC defensive player of the week

The Jets defense dominated the Buffalo Bills last week – sacking Tyrod Taylor seven times, hitting him 11 times and recovering three fumbles – on their way to a 34-21 victory. Demario Davis, Darron Lee, Muhammad Wilkerson, Jamal Adams, Marcus Maye and others all contributed to the domination, but it was Jordan Jenkins who claimed…

November 6, 2017
Jets Kerley Suspended Four Games

New York Jets Wide Receiver Jeremy Kerley has been suspended for the next four games by the NFL for violating the NFL’s policy on PED’s. The news was first reported by Ian Rappaport of NFL Network. #Jets WR Jeremy Kerley is suspended for the next four games for violating @NFL policy on PEDs. @MMehtaNYDN first…

November 3, 2017
Victory Friday: Game Balls

It felt like Throwback Thursday at MetLife Stadium. There was a vintage pass rush, ground-and-pound, and Fireman Ed was back leading around 80,000 raucous Jets fans in the classic J-E-T-S chant. If you asked me, this team and that performance resembled one that occurred when the organization went to back-to-back AFC Championship Games in 2009…