Found February 01, 2013 on
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The Super Bowl is all sorts of fun and stuff, unless your team isn’t playing in the actual game. Then, Super Bowl Sunday is all about eating, drinking, gambling and hanging out while a football game is being played in the background. But the most popular single sporting event in America is far, far from perfect. If I were running the NFL, here’s a few simple things I’d do to improve the game.
Move the Super Bowl to Saturday night
You could counter with “Football purists will hate this!”, but football isn’t baseball. Actually, there are no such things as “Football purists”. Lennay Kekua is a “Football purist”. If they did exist, or had a strong voice, you’d be hearing a lot of stuff about how it would be bad for the 49ers to win the Super Bowl because it might usher in an era where read-option offense is the norm, and soon we won’t have any drop-back, gunslingin’ quarterbacks like the good ole days of Roger Staubach and Terry Bradshaw and Troy Aikman and blah blah blah. Is anybody say
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The New York Jets are in salary cap hell. There are a lot of holes to fill on their roster, but unfortunately due to their precarious financial situation, they are not exactly in the position to acquire great players through trades or free agency. Combine that with the fact that several must-have players are going to be free agents, and it’s like former general manager planned...
According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, the New York Jets don’t believe they have the money to re-sign tight end Dustin Keller this offseason.
This makes a lot of sense since the Jets are over the cap by about $18 million I believe.
Keller is a very good tight end that will get some nice offers on the open market that the Jets won’t be able to compete with.
Should the Jets trade star cornerback Darrelle Revis? (Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)
As another offseason approaches, so does another contract dispute between Darrelle Revis and the New York Jets.
The two sides can never seem to come to an agreement without a long, drawn out battle, that is why the Jets might be looking to ship Revis out the door. Revis is by far the best cornerback...
With the NFL offseason about to kick off, there are a lot of issues to deal with here in JestLand. So many in fact, that I think the only way to properly break them all down is with a special edition of the Stock Watch to buy and sell all things Jets as we get ready for the 2013 season.
BUY: Marty Mornhinweg Hire – I’m all in on the Marty M. hire. Aside from an upgrade at QB...
Tight end Dustin Keller has been a mainstay in New York for the past five seasons. With a major roster overhaul expected this offseason, the question remains, does Keller factor into the Jets' plans long-term plans?
Darrelle Revis's agent, Neil S. Schwartz, was instrumental in making Mike Tannenbaum's life (from a general manager standpoint) a living hell during a good chunk of Tannenbaum's tenure heading the New York Jets.So it's only fitting that the two are rubbing elbows, smiles included, in New Orleans just before the Super Bowl.Adam Schefter tweeted this photo Friday of...
Jets Insider Radio will be broadcasting live on Superbowl Sunday Morning from-10 AM to Noon discussing all the latest Gang Green and NFL news. Joining us LIVE straight from New Orleans is New York Times Jets and NFL columnist Greg Bishop who will chat with us about the state of the Jets and his take on all of the latest happenings out of Florham Park. He will also give his take and...
With expectations sky-high when Tim Tebow arrived in New York, the Tebow-experiment proved to be a complete failure in year one. With Mike Tannenbaum ousted from the Jets' front office, where does Gang Green go from here?
In continuation with our positional breakdowns of potential NFL Draft prospects for the New York Jets, we turn our attention to a position that, although is not a top need, wouldn’t hurt from the addition of a playmaker. Today, our draft team provides a breakdown of the top five potential wide receivers that could be selected by the Jets in April’s draft. These initial rankings...
In continuation with our positional breakdowns of potential NFL Draft prospects for the New York Jets, we turn our attention to a position that will certainly be needed to added to via the draft. Today, our draft team provides a breakdown of the top five potential offensive linemen that could be selected by the Jets in April’s draft. These initial rankings are certainly subject...