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Jets worked out several solid veterans yesterday

Yesterday the New York Jets worked out several NFL veterans. They had linebackers Desmond Bishop and Pat Angerer in town for a work-out along with former Delaware QB Pat Devlin, and wide receivers Michael Preston, David Gettis and Tiquan Underwood.  Aaron Wilson @RavensInsider · 9h Jets try out Pat Angerer, Desmond Bishop, Pat Devlin, David Gettis, Michael […] The post Jets...
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Early Line Movement: Chicago Bears vs New York Jets

The Bears travel to New York on Monday Night to play the Jets after a come from behind win in San Francisco Sunday night. The posted line on this game opened up as a pick em. Keep in mind, public perception can drive line movement. The early line movement in this game has gone in favor of the Jets, moving all the way to Jets -2.5. The concerning thing here for Bears fans is that...
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This weekend in NFL stupid

Perhaps never in history has the word “stupid” been used to describe the NFL as often as has been the case in the last week. Most of the stupidity has taken place off the field, but let’s take a moment to acknowledge some of the stupidest moments from the field on the second weekend of the 2014 campaign. The stupidest timeout fiasco  New York Jets’ offensive coordinator...
Via This Given Sunday
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New York Jets: Next Game vs. Bears will Show True Character

The New York Jets lost in as heart-breaking a fashion as you will ever see on Sunday afternoon. As a matter of fact, I don’t even think a film director could come up with as devastating a script for Jets Nation as this. The Jets were on fire to start the game, building a 21-3 2nd quarter lead against Aaron Rogers and the mighty Green Bay Packers. However, Rogers eventually found...
Via Standing O Sports
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The NFL’s wacky Week 2 (including the New York Jets) featured amazing tweets

If you thought the first Sunday of the NFL season was crazy, yesterday managed to be even wackier. The Bills are alone atop the AFC East, the Saints are 0-2 after losing to the Browns and the defending champs were smacked in the mouth by the Chargers. To finish the day off the Bears stunned the 49ers with an epic comeback on Sunday Night Football. Did you miss any of it? No worries...
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Jets' Mornhinweg says referee made error by calling timeout

The New York Jets could have made a game-tying touchdown in the match against the Packers, however, a timeout error of course made the situation complicated for the Jets, as usual. Jets offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg commented on the timeout that was called after Geno Smith hit the game-tying touchdown on fourth down in the final minutes. But, the play was “negated,”...
Via BlackSportsOnline
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Jets game-winning TD called back after they called a time out

Ugh. This is frustrating. The New York Jets played a good game against the Packers on Sunday and ended up actually scoring the game-winning touchdown, but their offensive coordinator decided to call time out. Jets head coach Rex Ryan was confused because offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg called the time out. var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551', Size: '468060'...
Via Pro Football Zone
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Initial Reaction – New York Jets Choose The Painful Way, Lose 31-24

On Friday, we picked the New York Jets to lose by six points in a hard fought game. They lost by seven points today in a hard fought game but they certainly picked the most painful way possible to do it. There is no shortage of scapegoats for the 31-24 defeat, in a game the Jets held both a 14-0 and 21-3 lead, so let’s dive into a frustrating Sunday afternoon at Lambeau… Offensively...
Via Turn On The Jets
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Marty Mornhinweg’s Wikipedia page received a funny update

OC Marty Mornhinweg may have cost the New York Jets a shot at overtime for calling a timeout at the worst possible time in their game against the Packers. With his team trailing, 31-24, faced with a fourth down situation, QB Geno Smith hit WR Jeremy Kerley for what would’ve been the game-tying touchdown. But the team’s OC called timeout just before the ball was snapped. The only...
Via The Sports Daily
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Jets Lose Game-Tying Touchdown Because Offensive Coordinator Calls Timeout…Whoops!

The New York Jets caught a serious case of the New York Jets late in their game in Green Bay on Sunday when they shot themselves in the foot by calling a timeout (kind of) just before throwing a long, game-tying touchdown pass on fourth down against the Packers. The timeout was called by offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg, who doesn’t even have the power to do that – only...
Via Next Impulse Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Did Jets coordinator blow game by calling a timeout?

Marty Mornhinweg, known for once electing to kick in a sudden-death overtime situation, was at it again on Sunday with an epic mistake. The New York Jets were down 31-24 and had a 4th-and-4 from the Packers’ 36. Mornhinweg, the Jets’ offensive coordinator, didn’t like what he saw and came running down the sidelines yelling […]
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WATCH: Muhammad Wilkerson ejected for throwing punches

The Jets and Packers game got pretty heated in the second half Sunday in Green Bay, leading to both teams trading punches with each other. The majority of the punches came from or as a result of Jets lineman Muhammad Wilkerson, who was clearly in the mood for a good ol’ scrap. His actions earned him an ejection from the game, but he didn’t seem to phased by it. Here's Wilkerson...
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Rewind: New York Jets surprising Power Rankings spot, hot cheerleaders, more

Here’s everything you need to get you ready for Week 2 of the NFL season. National Columns - Power Rankings: How all 32 teams in the NFL stack up after Week 1 (READ) - QB Ratings: Ranking every starting NFL quarterback heading into Week 2 (READ) - Fab Five: The best games on the NFL slate in Week 2 (READ) - Ten candidates to replace Roger Goodell as NFL commissioner (READ...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Rex Ryan on win over Raiders: 'Should've been a rat kill'

Take a glance at the final score, and you'd think the Jets squeaked by the Raiders. Take a glance at the stat lines, and you'd begin to rub your eyes in disbelief. New York defeated Oakland 19-14 at home in Sunday's regular season opener, a game they dominated on both sides of the ball. The Jets racked up 402 offensive yards and held the Raiders to just 158 total...
Via Helmet2Helmet
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Facebook map shows locales of team's fan bases (except Jets)

Most of this is what you would expect. People from Illinois tend to root for the Chicago Bears. People in Washington and Oregon tend to pull for the Seattle Seahawks. And so on…..   Only, there’s one team missing from this map: the New York Jets. Which, come to think of it, makes complete sense and is exactly what I would expect. Carry on… [Facebook] Follow Sean Wagner-McGough...
Via Next Impulse Sports
12 days ago  |  Discuss
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