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  • The Weekly Quarterback
    September 19, 2014

    The Weekly Quarterback

    posted by: Ryan Ruppert | 0 comments | Editorial

    Geno Smith and the Jets battled all night against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday evening even to the point where they jumped out to a 21-3 lead early on in the first half of the game. Aaron Rodgers and the Pack battled back to go up a touchdown at the end of the third to complete the 18 point comeback with an 80 yard catch and run by Jordy Nelson. It seemed as though the Jets had tied the game on a 4th and 4 in Green Bay territory on a Jeremy Kerley touchdown reception from Geno Smith but the Jets inexplicably called a timeout prior to the snap to nullify the play. The Jets would eventually turn the ball over on downs and lose the subsequent game game by the final score of 31-24.

  • The Weekly Quarterback
    September 10, 2014

    The Weekly Quarterback

    posted by: Ryan Ruppert | 0 comments | Editorial

    There has always been heavy scrutiny that comes with being a starting quarterback in New York whether it be for the New York Jets or New York Giants. In this weekly breakdown we will take a look at the play by play progress by Geno Smith and how he fairs as one of these scrutinized New York quarterback. Each play that Geno was extensively involved in in this game is highlighted, the good, the bad and the ugly.

  • Jets barely beat Raiders despite dominating the game
    September 9, 2014

    Jets barely beat Raiders despite dominating the game

    posted by: Site Admin | 0 comments | Jets Regular Season

    The Gang Green won their season opener yesterday, barely squeaking by the Oakland Raiders, 19-14. In a game where they pretty much dominated, Rex Ryan's team still managed to trail for most of the first half and then allowed Oakland to get within one score. It should have never been that close. The Jets faced a rookie quarterback and predictably limited the Raiders to only 11 first downs and 158 total yards.

  • Jets begin season around top 20, long shot at Super Bowl
    September 4, 2014

    Jets begin season around top 20, long shot at Super Bowl

    posted by: Site Admin | 0 comments | Power Rankings

    And so it begins... another NFL season is upon us. The Jets' top offseason priority was upgrading their struggling offense. The Gang Green did just that, as they signed WR Eric Decker, RB Chris Johnson, and drafted a promising TE Jay Amaro to provide more weapons for QB Geno Smith. The defense, on the other hand, has huge holes at the cornerback position. So, according to all power rankings, the Jets are exactly where they were at the end of last season - trying to establish themselves inside the top 20.

  • Jets open preseason with win against Colts
    August 7, 2014

    Jets open preseason with win against Colts

    posted by: Site Admin | 0 comments | Jets Preseason

    If Jets fans wanted to see an impressive offensive showing from the Gang Green, they will have to wait at least another week. The revamped Jets' offense looked anything but impressive, but at least they did not make any big mistakes, which was something that haunted them throughout the entire last season. Nevertheless, it was still good to see Rex Ryan's team open preseason with a 13-10 win.

  • Jets sign Chris Johnson to 2-year deal
    April 16, 2014

    Jets sign Chris Johnson to 2-year deal

    posted by: Site Admin | 0 comments | Jets Free Agent Signings

    The Jets have finally made some noise in this year's free agency as they agreed on a 2-year deal with free agent RB Chris Johnson. Johnson, who will turn 29 later this year, has rushed for over 1,000 yards in all six years he's spent in the league. His best season was in 2009 when he crossed the coveted 2,000-yard mark, which is something that only seven players, including Johnson, managed to accomplish.