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  1. At least there’s a few bright spots for the future
  2. The Jets Fall to the Raiders, 45-20
  3. Jets try to avoid barking up the wrong Crabtree
  4. WATCH: Breaking Down Jets vs. Raiders
  5. PREVIEW: Jets at Raiders

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September 18, 2017
At least there’s a few bright spots for the future

The Jets got molly wopped by the Raiders yesterday, we all knew that was the most likely scenario, and if you’re looking for positive spin about this season then, sorry I can’t help you there. But what I can do is give you some positive spin for the future. Whether you’re team tank or anti-tank…

September 17, 2017
The Jets Fall to the Raiders, 45-20

OAKLAND CA – The New York Jets’ 2017 season starts with back-to-back losses, dropping their week two matchup against the Oakland Raiders, 45-20. There were several factors that worked against the Jets. The Raiders were the overwhelming favorites to win, they were playing in O.CO Coliseum, which usually draws large crowds at football games, and…

September 16, 2017
Jets try to avoid barking up the wrong Crabtree

These are your father’s Oakland Raiders – a potent offense with a dangerous defense. Derek Carr is making a name for himself, the same way Kenny Stabler and Rich Gannon did. While Carr has a long way to go to reach their elite level, he does share a similarity with them. Like Stabler and Gannon,…

September 15, 2017
WATCH: Breaking Down Jets vs. Raiders

FLORHAM PARK, NJ – After an uninspiring opening day loss in Buffalo the Jets’ task gets much harder as they go back on the road across country to play the Oakland Raiders who many experts predict could be a Superbowl contender this season. JetsInsider.com Editor In Chief Chris Nimbley and Staff Writer Joe Barone break…

September 15, 2017
PREVIEW: Jets at Raiders

For the second consecutive season, the New York Jets have started a year at 0-1. The season opener in Buffalo went about as expected. The green and white’s offense failed to generate any action while the defense was gassed and gutted by Tyrod Taylor and LeSean McCoy. On the other side, the Oakland Raiders play…

September 15, 2017
Big Mo needs to be a big factor again

Florham Park, NJ –¬†There was a time on One Jets Drive when Muhammad Wilkerson represented the future of the New York Jets. He was a bright light in a dark tunnel. Combined with Damon Harrison and Sheldon Richardson, the defensive line was the green and white’s bread and butter. Throw in Leonard Williams and opponents…

September 14, 2017
Raiders-Jets History: From Heidi Bowl to the 2002 AFC Divisional Game

This Sunday’s matchup could be the last time the New York Jets play the Oakland Raiders in Oakland. Right now, the Raiders are on two one-year leases for 2017 and 2018 to remain in Oakland. But beyond that, it’s up in the air. The Raiders will eventually move to Las Vegas, which was approved by…

September 14, 2017
Jets have to deal with different beast at RB in Week 2

When it comes to preparing for game day, almost every team tends to focus on one key player on the opponent’s sideline and tries to neutralize him from making an impact on Sunday. The difficult part is once the job is done, coaches and players have to gear up for the next week to prepare…

September 11, 2017
First game went about as expected

The New York Jets played – and lost – their first game of the season yesterday and it went pretty much like most expected it would. The Jets offense failed to show anything that would get fans excited or scare future opponents, the defense played well at times but not nearly well enough to give…

September 10, 2017
Jets lose in opener to Bills 21-12

LeSean McCoy rushed for 110 yards, Tyrod Taylor threw two touchdown passes and the Buffalo Bills outlasted the New York Jets 21-12 on opening day. The New York Jets struggled to move the ball offensively like most people expected. The group had only 214 total yards and accumulated only 11 first downs. Josh McCown was…