1. Jets Land Big Win With Robert Saleh Hire
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  3. Wide Net Launched For Coaching Search
  4. It’s over…it’s finally over. Patriots put Jets out of their misery: 28-14
  5. Victory Monday #2

training camp

October 18, 2017
Make no mistake, Jets will compete until Week 17

How could a team “devoid of talent” play competitive football every week for the majority of a game? How could the “worst constructed roster in a decade” match up head-to-head with the some of the deepest lineups in the league? It’s simple. This is the NFL. Games are played on the field, not on paper….

September 26, 2017
Fans flock MetLife with hope for future

It was fun, wasn’t it? Waking up at eight o’clock in the morning, packing a barbecue and cooler and setting up your green and white flag. Your routine was back. The 92-degrees heat sweltered the parking lot and burnt your face. Football returned. Who cares if your favorite team was 0-2? It was opening day, that’s a…

September 22, 2017
On first rodeo, Jets’ rookie RB soaking it all in

Elijah McGuire paused and smiled as he sat in his locker. He took a second to think about what the first two weeks of his professional football career has been like, despite two disappointing losses for his team, and what it’ll be like going up against a strong defensive line on Sunday afternoon. “It’s crazy…

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…

August 31, 2017
PREVIEW: Jets vs. Eagles

East Rutherford, NJ: Ready or not, here comes the regular season. Thursday night marks the end of another preseason and in just 10 days, kickoff between the Jets and Bills will commence in Buffalo. Can’t you feel the excitement building? There have been 17 consecutive summers ending with a New York-Philadelphia clash. Although the Jets are…

August 22, 2017
Bowles Stresses Continuity for Struggling Offense

Through two weeks of the Preseason, it is fair to compare the Jets Offense to some of the worst in NFL History. In 1976, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers averaged under nine points per game en route to a 0-14 season. The 1974 Atlanta Falcons offense eclipsed 14 points only once the entire season, and the…

August 16, 2017
Rontez’ leadership goes Miles for young secondary

Florham Park, NJ – The longest tenured member of the New York Jets secondary could be heard from the parking lot of One Jets Drive during training camp. He could be heard barking jokes with a distinguishable laugh while creating nicknames that sometimes make you question the context behind them. Most noticeably, Rontez Miles can always be seen…

August 15, 2017
WATCH: Hackenberg Critiques His First Performance

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ – Following the Jets 7-3 pre-season victory against the Tennessee Titans on Saturday it’s safe to say that the biggest sigh of relief was the play of sophomore QB Christian Hackenberg. While his 18 for 25, 127 yard, zero TD performance was far from memorable, Jets fans saw a much improved player…

August 13, 2017
GAME PHOTOS: Jets 7-Titans 3

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ – The Jets started off the 2017 season with a 7-3 win over the Tennessee Titans on Saturday night highlighted by a great defensive performance by Gang Green where they produced nine sacks and held the Titans to just a field goal. As usual our talented photographers captured all of the…