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In our latest edition of Why Do You Hate The Jets? we examine the AFC South to see who, if anyone, has the unconditional right to look down upon the Jets. Spoiler Alert: not one team in this division holds such an honor. Here’s why:
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Jacksonville Jaguars – Other than the fact that Jacksonville has been 20-28 over the past three seasons, the Jets absolutely dominated them in every facet of their week 2 match up last season. They have a notable lack of talent across the roster, specifically on the offensive side of the ball with the exceptions of Maurice Jones-Drew and Mercedes Lewis. They’ve brought in Mike Mularkey as their new head coach, who has only two seasons of experience at the position, both of which were with the Buffalo Bills, where he compiled a 14-18 overall record. Although Mularkey is certainly a good offensive mind, and helped tremendously in the development of Matt Ryan in Atlanta over the past four seasons, he will surely have his work cut out for him a...
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Lolo Jones may have let out a secret about Tim Tebow's love life when discussing it over Twitter with one of his teammates.
Welcome to the first ever New York Jets Life Podcast!
Hey Jets Fans, big news today! We just finished recording our first ever New York Jets Life Podcast today. After investing some money in a nice Blue Yeti microphone and pop screen, we decided to take the plunge into the podcast world. I’ve been looking forward to this for quite a while and I’m happy to say the first episode...
Since Olympic hurdler Lolo Jones admitted she is still a virgin a little over a week ago, the entire sports world has been trying to get her together with Tim Tebow. In the eyes of many fans and most of his Jets teammates, Tebow makes perfect sense for the 29-year-old. As you can see from the photo above that ESPNNewYork.com’s Jane McManus shared on Twitter Thursday, Nick Mangold...
The Jets have their work cut out for them if they want to make it back to the playoffs in 2012.
The New York Jets had high hopes for the 2012 season but unfortunately, things do not always go as planned. In the Jets case, they went from being a supposed Super Bowl contender at the start of last season to an 8-8 finish and a lot of questions that need answering.
It feels good to be a starter T..
While everyone and their mother tries to crack the Tim Tebow mystery girlfriend case, Mark Sanchez is enjoying his time as the Jets # 1 QB – Since the Tebow dog and pony show moved into town, Sanchez is now the most under appreciated starter in the league — Bottom line, he wins road playoff games, which is a real tough thing to do. -TO
When healthy, LaRon Landry is a Pro Bowl caliber talent. Unfortunately for Landry, Achilles injuries have hampered his play and curtailed his season the past few years. GWR's Andrew Soares provides a full run-down of the Jets prized safety.
In the third episode of "Football Nation Today," Alex discusses the news from last week's NFL OTA camps, the NFLPA's collusion case against the NFL, and the decision to make knee-pads and thigh-pads mandatory.
1st Down: Stories from NFL OTA camps, including the seemingly indefinite quarterback controversy with the Jets between Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow, the effect...
Elliotte Friedman of Hockey Night in Canada found the New York Jets head coach in the crowd.
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Versatile. It's one of the best compliments that can be handed out to a player. If you ask a coach what they look for in a player, you'll usually hear that word used multiple times. Looking ahead to the 2012 season, head coach Rex Ryan has a defensive line that is versatile in every sense of the word.Having spent their last two first round picks on...
Around this time last year, Rex Ryan, as we've come to expect, again declared the Jets Super Bowl contenders, using up enough hot air to fill Times Square.
Fast forward to Thursday, when the once-boisterous head coach took a much different approach, urging his team to become more like their Super Bowl champion co-tenants.
My, how things have changed in a New York minute...
The New York Jets are only the 19th most popular team in the NFL according to a recent ESPN poll. The Jets are ranked behind the Seattle Seahawks, Kansas City Chiefs and Miami Dolphins. The Jets may be media darlings, but not many Americans identify them as their favorite team. At least you can say it's not a bunch of bandwagon fans cheering on the green and white every Sunday...
The Buffalo Bills have the second-best offense in the AFC East, according to one expert.
James Walker, a blogger for ESPN, recently ranked the offenses of the New England Patriots, Buffalo Bills, New York Jets and Miami Dolphins. The Patriots were ranked number one, followed by the Bills, Jets and Dolphins, respectively.
Walker said the Bills could be solid offensively, but there...