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The Jets postseason hopes might be dead and buried, but it looks like they’re still playing to beat Miami today and hopefully secure their head coach’s job next season. Take a look at running back Bilal Powell’s 30 yard pass to tight end Jeff Cumberland!
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Heck, maybe if Geno Smith doesn’t work out, Bilal Powell could take a snap or two! The Jets are looking to finish off Miami and end their playoff hopes. As of this writing are leading 20-7 with just under 3 minutes to play. Can they hold on?
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BEST OF MAXIM
Now that the New York Jets 2013 has officially ended it’s time to turn the page and look forward to 2014. The future is certainly bright for the Jets right now and fans have reason to be very excited. With a ton of cap space and perhaps as many as 12 draft choices, there will be plenty of new faces by the time next season rolls around. But what about the current rosters? Which...
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Year in Review: New York Jets
As 2013 winds down and everyone prepares for 2014, the NYSK writers wanted to take some time to talk about the ups and downs of the past year (mostly downs for all of our teams). Today, we will look at the year in review for the New York Jets.
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The New York Jets players may have actually came through for Rex Ryan this time.
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