The New York Jets Don’t Need Dee Milliner to Fill Darelle Revis’ Shoes

Dee Milliner

Once Darelle Revis left the New York Jets, it was suspected that they would select a cornerback in the draft. Once the Jets selected a cornerback in the draft, it was assumed that he would have to fill the shoes […]

Growing Pains Are a Guarantee for the New York Jets in Marty Mornhinweg’s West Coast Offense

Jets Offense

  In hopes of reviving one of the worst offenses in the NFL, the New York Jets brought in a seasoned play-caller to make some big changes this year. It will be no piece of cake, though, for Marty Mornhinweg, who […]

Geno Smith Was Smart Not to Attend Mark Sanchez’s ‘Jets West’ Camp

Smith and Sanchez

  For the fourth year in a row, Mark Sanchez invited his teammates to his hometown in Southern California for “Jets West” camp. Sanchez used the three-day camp as a way to build chemistry with his receivers and learn the […]

New York Jets’ Rex Ryan Needs a Winning Season to Save His Job

Rex Ryan

The New York Jets have undergone an organizational facelift this offseason. New General Manager John Idzik has decided to clean house and move in a new direction, but one major piece of the “old Jets” remains in place for now: […]

New York Jets’ Success Must Start With the Offensive Line

Jets Offensive Line

  Remember that season when Mark Sanchez‘s Total Quarterback Rating exceeded 50? Me neither. For those of you blaming the New York Jets‘ offensive stagnancy over the last two years solely on the poor play of Sanchez, take a step back and […]

New York Jets Training Camp Profile: Dawan Landry

Dawan Landry

It’s not often that a team loses a player to free agency and then signs his older brother to take his place. The New York Jets signed Dawan Landry to a two-year deal in April after losing his younger brother, […]

New York Jets Will Be Battle-Tested in October

Rex Ryan

For the New York Jets to be contenders in 2013, they’ll have to avoid extended losing streaks and prove capable of playing consistent winning football. The Jets’ schedule softens up after their bye week, but the most daunting stretch of the season […]

Sheldon Richardson Will Be Key Piece of New York Jets Defense in 2013

Sheldon Richardson

The University of Missouri has had a knack for generating first-round draft picks over the last four years. Since 2009, the Tigers have had six players drafted by a team in the first round. Sheldon Richardson, a 294-pound defensive lineman, […]

Chris Ivory: Best Fit at Running Back for the New York Jets

Chris Ivory

The New York Jets‘ running back situation looks incredibly shaky going into 2013. After the release of Shonn Greene, the Jets’ backfield is now entirely up for grabs. They’ll need to rely heavily on the running game to compensate for a passing […]

New York Jets Have a Lot to Lose With Geno Smith

Geno Smith

The New York Jets got a steal when they selected Geno Smith 39th overall in the 2013 NFL Draft. Smith’s size, mobility and arm strength make his upside nearly limitless. The Jets desperately need help at the quarterback position so it seems like a reasonable fit, but […]