1. Jets options for Offensive Coordinator job
  2. Jets Fire OC Morton
  3. Questions remain as to who will be Jets OC next year
  4. Jets Lose to Pats 26-6
  5. A Final Letter to Jets Fans


January 18, 2018
Jets options for Offensive Coordinator job

The Jets made it official yesterday, but the decision was hardly a surprising. After just one season the Jets fired John Morton as their offensive coordinator. The decision did surprise many on the outside, but for those that were paying attention this was expected. Morton had received praise for his work with the Jets, but…

January 17, 2018
Jets Fire OC Morton

FLORHAM PARK, NJ – has learned through multiple sources that the team has fired Offensive Coordinator John Morton after just one season. There had been rumblings the last several weeks that Morton’s job may not be secure and the team officially made their decision today. Morton was hired this past off-season when former OC…

January 10, 2018
Questions remain as to who will be Jets OC next year

When the rumors started surfacing that Jon Gruden would possibly be the next coach of the Oakland/soon to be Las Vegas Raiders Jets offensive coordinator John Morton’s name was tossed around as a potential candidate for Gruden to hire as his offensive coordinator. The Jets could have blocked any attempts by the Raiders to hire…

December 31, 2017
Jets Lose to Pats 26-6

Foxborough, MA – What was a bad season for the New York Jets ended on the lowest of notes, a 26-6 defeat at the hands of divisional-rivals New England Patriots. The Patriots dominated the Jets from the opening kickoff. Dion Lewis led the way offensively as he rushed for 25 yards. Helping him out through the…

December 30, 2017
A Final Letter to Jets Fans

Dear Jets Fans, If you don’t recall, I wrote a letter to you 48 hours before your New York Jets kicked off their season up in Buffalo against those pesky Bills. Feels like ages ago right? Now, in that letter I set things straight. I warned you. I said it would be a discouraging season,…

December 30, 2017
Final Preview: Jets at Patriots

Florham Park, NJ: It’s that time once again. Sunday marks the end of the 2017 New York Jets regular season and the 58th in franchise history. For the 44th time, the Jets will not be playing in the postseason. But, strides were taken in 2017 and it’s only fitting to close the season against the New…

December 29, 2017
Jets extend Maccagnan and Bowles

Florham Park, NJ – With one game still left in the season the Jets got their first order of business for the offseason out of the way as they officially announced that the have extended both Mike Maccagnan and Todd Bowles. “We are very happy to have extended both Mike and Todd. During their time here,…

December 29, 2017
WATCH: Breaking Down Jets-Pats

FLORHAM PARK, NJ – The Jets cap off 2017 today in Foxboro against Patriots in a season that was not what most thought it would be. No the Jets did not make the post-season however, based on the pre-season outlook, some argue that the Jets had a very successful season. Editor In Chief Chris…

December 24, 2017
Jets lose to Chargers 14-7

East Rutherford, NJ – Another Sunday, another competitive loss. The Jets fell to the Los Angeles Chargers (dropping their record to 5-10 on the season), but while most of the NFL focuses their surprise that the Jets were able to win five games this season it’s fair to wonder if all the competitive losses have been…

December 23, 2017
WATCH: Breaking Down Jets-Chargers

FLORHAM PARK, NJ – As the Jets close out 2017 and get ready for their final home game of they season, they meet a Chargers team that still has playoff aspirations. The Jets are playing for pride and also possibly Head Coach Todd Bowles’ job. Can they go out on a strong note? Editor…