Could QB Matt Simms Start Week 1 For New York Jets?

Matt Simms

There is absolutely no argument whatsoever that Matt Simms had the best performance of any New York Jets quarterback this preseason. Now, it did come in the fourth preseason game, one famously known for teams not playing their starters, but […]

New York Jets Make Roster Cuts: Ryan Spadola and Zach Rogers Stay Alive

Ryan Spadola

With the he ups and downs of Stephen Hill, the New York Jets need some reliable receivers, and Ryan Spadola and Zach Rogers are the right men for the job. Two players who I have been very high on since […]

Things To Watch For In Saturday Night’s New York Giants-New York Jets Showdown

New York Jets and New York Giants

The New York Jets take on the familiar foe, the fellow co-inhabitant of the city of New York and right now, the “keeper of the keys” if you will, to the city, (based on there recent success compared to the Jets) […]

Ryan Spadola In Very Good Position To Become Solid Slot Receiver For New York Jets

Ryan Spadola

Newcomer Ryan Spadola, rookie out of Lehigh University, has impressed in his first two preseason games greatly. The 6-foot-3, 200-pound receiver has the size, speed, and the ability to get open quickly that is looked for in a productive slot […]

New York Jets Preseason Game 1: What To Watch Out For

New York Jets Team Shot

The New York Jets open up their 2013 campaign Friday with their first preseason game of the season against the Detroit Lions. There are many story lines in this game alone, but more so for the rest of the preseason. […]

New York Jets: Why So Much Ballyhooing? It’s Just A Quarterback Competition

NY Jet Quarterbacks

It seems like almost every article written about the New York Jets‘ quarterback competition between Geno Smith and Mark Sanchez describes it as a “ballyhooed competition.” According to the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary, the definition of “ballyhoo” is “a noisy-attention getting demonstration […]

New York Jets: Will Geno Smith Or Mark Sanchez Start First Preseason Game?

Mark Sanchez and Geno Smith

This Friday, the New York Jets will square off against the Detroit Lions for their first preseason game. Many storylines and position battles will be watched closely during this game, but the most important and noteworthy storyline on Friday will […]

Clyde Gates Will Be Next Great Slot Receiver In 2013

Clyde Gates

Its no surprise that the New York Jets need help offensively. It has been mentioned time and time again that the Jets need offensive weapons, which is why they went out and grabbed Mike Goodson and Chris Ivory, two above-average […]

New-Look Rex Ryan Announces New-Look Schedule

Rex Ryan

Last Friday, the New York Jets opened up their training camp with a few new changes in place. Rex Ryan made those changes clear in his opening press conference. Ryan changed his tune this year, becoming more conservative and not falling […]

New York Jets QB Greg McElroy Deserves Chance To Compete

Greg McElroy

It wasn’t too long ago that New York Jets fans saw quarterback Greg McElroy jog onto the field on a Sunday to take snaps from Jets center Nick Mangold. McElroy was given the chance to start during Week 16 when Jets […]

Does New York Jets RB Joe McKnight Still Have Role On Offense?

Joe McKnight

In addition to a competitive, juicy quarterback competition involving Mark Sanchez and Geno Smith, there’s another competition on the New York Jets‘ offense that’s not talked about that much, but actually, it is very important. In the running back department, […]

Mark Sanchez Automatically Will Be In Running For NFL Comeback Player of The Year

Mark Sanchez

It’s no secret that quarterback Mark Sanchez of the New York Jets has had two dismal years quarterbacking, after he had two great years, reaching AFC title games his rookie and sophomore year. Since then, he has managed to hit […]