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March 12, 2017
Draft Needs And Value Match Up Well For Jets

Every year as the draft approaches the classic debate emerges, should you draft the best player available or draft for need. Jets GM Mike Maccagnan is a proponent of the best player available strategy – also the correct strategy – and he should be even more so this year. With the Jets having so many…

March 11, 2017
Jets QB Options: Not Good

FLORHAM PARK, NJ – The Jets are in all out rebuild mode leaving many to question why the Jets would be interested in any big name free agents, clearly the Jets know 2017 won’t a successful season but they still want to avoid having a historically embarrassing season.  The Jets interest in Dont’a Hightower is…

March 10, 2017
Jets’ Newest Additions

FLORHAM PARK, NJ – Out with the old, in with, well, a few guys. The Jets purged their roster, getting rid of Darrelle Revis, Nick Mangold, Brandon Marshall, Nick Folk, Breno Giacomini, Erin Henderson, Ryan Clady and this time they won’t be re-signing Ryan Fitzpatrick. These moves were necessary not just to clear up cap…

March 9, 2017
Destroy And Rebuild

FLORHAM PARK, NJ – General manager Mike Maccagnan took my advice (okay, not really but he at least agreed with the advice I gave him that he never actually saw/heard) and has decided to burn everything down and start what will/should be a slow, methodical rebuild. In other words, he’s going to attempt to perform…

April 24, 2010
Jets Add Depth to O-Line; Take UMass’s Ducasse 61st Overall

After reportedly trying to trade up in the first round for an offensive linemen, the Jets used their second round selection (61st overall) in the 2010 draft to select offensive guard Vladimir Ducasse from the University of Massachusetts. “I’m happy, I’m very excited,” he told reporters Friday. “My family will be coming to watch my…

April 22, 2010
Jets’ Key to 2010 Draft? Be Conservative

Let’s face it; historically the Jets haven’t had the best luck in the NFL draft. Ideally, the draft should be looked at as a sure thing, but the Jets have made it look more like a band geek on a blind date. This shouldn’t be the case. The Jets simply haven’t felt at home at…

October 31, 2008
Game versus Bills will tell all about 2008 Jets

First off I’d like to address all the fans who have emailed me busting my chops that I haven’t written in my blog since week one of the season. I apologize and really am quite flattered that anyone actually cares about my opinions. The reality is, I’m not a professional writer and to put an…

July 29, 2008
Chad Pennington Won’t Be The Jets Opening Day Starter

And there you have it. Short and sweet. No way. 1. No way Eric Mangini puts his tenuous career in the rubber arms and marshmallow hands again. 2. No way Mike Tannenbaum puts his tenuous career on the line with a guy who couldn’t lead a decent drive in the first 5 games of last…