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  • Jets rookies paid dividents in '18
    January 14, 2019

    Jets rookies paid dividents in '18

    posted by: Site Admin | 0 comments | Editorial

    It appears as though the Jets shattered their tired old mold from years of less than stellar drafts and finally found a blueprint that worked last April. Although Sam Darnold is not a Rookie of the Year contender, he did flash more than a glimpse of unique potential under center for New York this season. In his last four games, after returning to the gridiron from a foot injury, he posted the best Total QBR at 80.7 in the NFL. There is little doubt that Darnold, with a year under his belt, will not endure the early season growing pains of his rookie campaign and will thrive, particularly if he is to get better protection up front and more weapons at his disposal.

  • Fanbase goes WTF as Jets hire Adam Gase
    January 9, 2019

    Fanbase goes WTF as Jets hire Adam Gase

    posted by: Site Admin | 0 comments | Jets Front Office

    Well, Jets fans, this team sure knows how to make us even more miserable than we already are. Having plenty of potential head coaching candidates to choose from, including a Super Bowl winning coach, they settled on the only one with a losing record. Adam Gase, who was fired by the Dolphins after missing the playoffs two seasons in a row, will be the next Jets head coach. He has a 23-25 head coaching record, with 5 of those wins coming against Todd Bowles' Jets. Apparently, the Jonhnson brothers were so impressed with Gase's 5-1 record against the Jets that they hired him over the likes of Mike McCarthy.

  • New York Jets - coach search begins in earnest
    January 7, 2019

    New York Jets - coach search begins in earnest

    posted by: Site Admin | 0 comments | Editorial

    With no fewer than four NFL teams looking for a new head coach, the New York Jets are wasting no time looking for Todd Bowles' replacement. What the team has to offer an incoming coach is the opportunity to rebuild this football team in the image of what the coach wants. The starting point for the rebuild will be franchise rookie QB Sam Darnold, who finished his first NFL season with 2,865 yards passing and 17 TDs over just 13 games. Beyond Darnold, it's not clear if anyone else's job is safe.