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New York Jets – Importance of 2013 Draft

The New York Jets 2013 draft class could potentially have a huge impact on the 2016 season. Let’s take a closer look… Dee Milliner – 9th Overall – As referenced in a past roundtable, this is Milliner’s last chance to get on the field and be an effective player for this defense. With his option already declined for next season, there is little faith from the Jets camp...
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June 10, 2016  |  Discuss

Should the New York Jets trade Dee Milliner?

A large reason as to why the New York Jets went 4-12 in the 2014 season was the poor play of their secondary, which is why new general manager Mike Maccagnan made it a point to improve that area of the roster via free agency. The additions of Darrelle Revis, Antonio Cromartie and Buster Skrine at corner and the addition of the versatile Marcus Gilchrist at safety have transformed...
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May 17, 2015  |  Discuss

New York Jets cornerback Dee Milliner suffers another setback

The status for New York Jets cornerback Dee Milliner was already up in the air for Monday night’s game against the Chicago Bears, and now it seems he’s suffered another setback. According to Greg Logan of Newsday, Milliner was limited in practice on Wednesday but he did enough to injure his quadricep muscle: “Milliner was sidelined during training camp with a high ankle sprain...
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September 20, 2014  |  Discuss

NFL preseason action: New York Jets 25, Cincinnati Bengals 17

The New York Jets scored the game’s final 22 points to defeat the Cincinnati Bengals 25-17 in preseason action Saturday night in Cincinnati. The Jets’ second preseason game of the summer highlighted several storylines pertinent to the forthcoming regular season, starting with the hurting and ever-evolving defensive secondary. Since New York’s first preseason game nine days...
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August 16, 2014  |  Discuss

New York Jets: Secondary hurting in more ways than one

Geno Smith and Michael Vick made no bad mistakes. David Harris was at the center of most of the big plays on defense. Chris Johnson could have done a little better than a half-yard per carry. But Jets fans know what the real story coming out of Thursday’s preseason opener against the Indianapolis Colts was: the defensive secondary was as sloppy as expected. Now, two injuries sustained...
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August 11, 2014  |  Discuss

New York Jets: Solving the Cornerback Problem

Antonio Cromartie still has some good football left in him. That’s my opinion, or “take” as the kids call it these days. Of course, John Idzik knows football better than I do, and Cromartie will have to try to prove me right and Idzik wrong from Glendale, Arizona. The New York Jets thought they could do better than Antonio at cornerback. They could have, if they had signed...
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May 01, 2014  |  Discuss
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