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Charone Peake

October 31, 2018
Jets Mid-Season Ratings

Florham Park, NJ – The New York Jets have reached the middle of the road in the 2018 NFL season. After their loss to the Chicago Bears on Sunday, the Jets have a record of 3-5 and sit in third in the AFC East. The season started off with a magnificent defensive performance against the Detroit…

October 29, 2018
No Offense, No Chance

“(That’s) the story of the game… No one’s open. I mean, there’s a safety on the inside there, the tight end is covered underneath. Other side of the field, covered, covered.” – Tony Romo That quote came after the drive that followed the only Jets touchdown drive of the game, with just under six minutes…

October 26, 2018
Week Eight Preview: Jets (3-4) @ Bears (3-3)

The New York Jets will be back on the road this Sunday as they travel to Chicago to face the Bears.  This season, the Bears are starting their resurgence in the NFL and currently sit at 3-3. In their last game, the Bears fell to the New England Patriots 38-31 but had an amazing opportunity…

October 24, 2018
Jets Injuries Are Piling Up, Powell To IR

Florham Park, NJ – In every NFL season, teams are always going to suffer their fair share of injuries. Injuries are probably the number one reason a team’s chance of holding the Lombardi Trophy at the end of the season are diminished, but some teams are able to overcome that problem with strong performances from…

September 28, 2018
JETS (1-2-0) AT JAGUARS (2-1-0)

The New York Jets play the Jacksonville Jaguars in what is sure to be a highly defensive matchup. The Jets are fresh off a close loss to a reinvigorated Browns team quarterbacked by first overall pick Baker Mayfield. The Jaguars were upset by the Tennessee Titans while star running-back Leonard Fournette, who is back this…

August 22, 2018
Three Stars and Three Disappointments of Training Camp

Florham Park, NJ— Today was the last day of training camp, and the team looked worn out from weeks of practicing under the summer sun. Today’s practice was mostly about preparing for the Giants, with scout team offenses and defenses going about 30% on the starting offense and defense. Now that camp has broken, here…

August 17, 2018
Washington field goals enough to beat Jets, 15-13

Landover, MD— Everyone was in preseason form today, including the Washington marching band, who struggled mightily to maintain the “Hail” they attempted to form, with band members almost running into each other before the game. That carried into the game. Only the miscues came mostly from the Jets, in particular the offensive line. It is currently…

August 5, 2018
Three Observations: Green and White Scrimmage

New Brunswick, NJ – The first J! E! T! S! chants were boisterous and hopeful out of High Point Solution Stadiums Saturday night as the boys suited up for their annual scrimmage. Mike Maccagnan’s group has Jets fans looking forward to Sunday for the first time in a couple years. With no obvious weaknesses, the Jets…

July 12, 2018
Jets Positional Preview: WR’s

The large number of receivers being brought into camp is in part to shore up the shoddy return game the Jets have had since the loss of Brad Smith and Leon Washington and to help an offense that ranked just 24th in passing yards despite good years from Jermaine Kearse and Robby Anderson. The quarterback…

September 5, 2017
Jets bring back Jeremy Kerley on one-year deal

The New York Jets have brought back receiver Jeremy Kerley on a one-year deal. It’s a move that improves the receiving unit in the short-term, but could also take away reps from the two talented rookie receivers the Jets drafted this year, ArDarius Stewart and Chad Hansen. Kerley was, of course, drafted by the Jets…

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