New York Jets Still Look Weak at Wide Receiver

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While everyone focuses on the quarterback competition for the New York Jets, a bigger concern could be wondering who that quarterback is going to throw the ball to. The Jets did nothing in the draft to improve a lackluster group […]

New York Jets Shaking Up Some Defensive Positions

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When the New York Jets drafted Sheldon Richardson with the No. 13 overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, the pick was puzzling. Richardson was listed as a defensive tackle, but at under 300 pounds, would most likely not be an effective nose tackle in a […]

A Way Too Early Look at the New York Jets’ Quarterback Competition

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In with Geno Smith. Out with Tim Tebow. Still here with questions surrounding Mark Sanchez’s job security. Welcome to another installment of “Who’s Our Quarterback” presented commercial free by the New York Jets. Even though last year’s production was a critical and commercial flop, the […]

New York Jets Ignore Offense and Logic in First Round

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Most New York Jets fans are trying to forget about the team’s offense, and apparently so is the front office. The Jets went defense with both of their first round picks in the NFL Draft taking cornerback Dee Milliner at No. 9 and […]

Could Tavon Austin Fit in the New York Jets’ Offensive System?

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Tavon Austin is considered by many draft prognosticators to be a mid-first round pick. The New York Jets have picks No. 9 and No. 13 in the first round and a need at wide receiver — among many other positions. The logic of […]

New York Jets Re-sign Calvin Pace, But Why?

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Since the New York Jets went on a salary cutting spree earlier in the offseason, as they have needed to bring in linebackers to replace Bart Scott and Calvin Pace. The Jets brought in Antwan Barnes on a three-year deal as one of the replacements. Needing another linebacker, the […]

New York Jets’ Pursuit of Chris Ivory Raises Questions

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Restricted free agent Chris Ivory, currently of the New Orleans Saints, visited with the New York Jets over the weekend. Earlier in the offseason, New Orleans offered Ivory a second-round tender contract worth around $2 million for one year. If the Jets are going to […]

Of Course New York Jets Tried to Trade Mark Sanchez

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Some reports during the week threw a possible curveball into the trade negotiations between the New York Jets and Tampa Bay Buccaneers for cornerback Darrelle Revis. That curveball was the rumored inclusion of Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez. We all heard this news and were somehow surprised. The […]

Finally New York Jets Land a Bargain Free Agent Safety

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The New York Jets waited and waited and waited, then waited some more, but finally came away with a free agent bargain. The Jets came to terms with safety Dawan Landry on Tuesday. The terms of the deal have come out and […]

Trades Will Be Key to New York Jets’ April

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The New York Jets might not have been too busy in the beginning of free agency, but that doesn’t mean they won’t see their share of player movement in the coming weeks. Trades certainly aren’t as prevalent in the NFL as much as they […]

New York Jets in Odd Position for NFL Draft

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Heading into the NFL draft, the New York Jets find themselves in an odd position. At the time of this writing, the Jets seem to have more holes in their roster than they do draft picks. When combined with the lack of position filling […]

Has New York Jets Offense Embarrassed Its Way Out Of Free Agency?

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It’s not breaking any new ground to say the offense of the New York Jets was terrible in 2012. More people know that than know what exactly it is Kim Kardashian is famous for. Still—like the Kardashians—the Jets offense was so entertaining […]