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  • NFL Draft - no room for error from New York Jets
    March 20, 2019

    NFL Draft - no room for error from New York Jets

    posted by: Site Admin | 0 comments | Editorial

    With free agency underway and the NFL draft only a month away, teams are scrambling to fill holes and shore up weaknesses. The New York Jets enter the player acquisition season with lots of salary cap room. That’s a big advantage. However, they also have a sense of desperation after three straight subpar seasons with five or fewer victories. That’s a disadvantage. Altogether, everything adds up to the Jets having no room for error as they move through the draft.

  • Jets re-signing of DL Henry Anderson vital to defense rebuild
    March 20, 2019

    Jets re-signing of DL Henry Anderson vital to defense rebuild

    posted by: Site Admin | 0 comments | Editorial

    Head Coach Adam Gase and the Jets organization are clearly committed to making sure fans don’t have to go through another season like 2018 or 2017 or even 2016. They are pulling out all the stops to make sure the team puts a quality product on the football field. The resigning of key players like defensive lineman Henry Anderson was vital part of the plan.

  • Jets keep Henry Anderson
    March 12, 2019

    Jets keep Henry Anderson

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

    DE Henry Anderson, who tied for team lead in sacks last year, has reportedly agreed to remain in green and white. He's going to sign a 3-year deal worth $25.2M. According to the NY Daily News, the agreement has a maximum value of $33M. The Gang Green acquired Anderson last year in a trade with the Colts, giving up just a 7th round pick.

  • Should the Jets' free agents be set free?
    February 19, 2019

    Should the Jets' free agents be set free?

    posted by: Site Admin | 0 comments | Editorial

    Sam Darnold was the Jets' prized pick in last year's draft and the early reviews are that they made the right choice. Darnold improved as the season wore on despite an offensive line that was more porous than stalwart. Finding a top-tier quarterback is the primary objective of any franchise and the Jets seem to have done their jobs. But one man does not a team make and if New York is going to move from the basement to the penthouse of the AFC East then getting Darnold the protection he needs should be paramount.