June 2019

  • Can Jets rise up in AFC East?
    June 17, 2019

    Can Jets rise up in AFC East?

    posted by: Site Admin | 0 comments | Editorial

    The New York Jets have been looking up at the New England Patriots for the past 20 years in the AFC East. Gang Green supporters have been forced to watch the Patriots dominate the NFL, winning six Super Bowls during the tenure of Bill Belichick and Tom Brady. Even with Brady at the age of 41, the Patriots still secured Super Bowl LIII, defeating the Los Angeles Rams in Atlanta by a 13-3 scoreline. Although a past tormentor of the Jets - Rob Gronkowski - has retired, as long as Brady and Belichick remain in place no team in the AFC East will feel confident overhauling New England at the top of the division.

  • Gang Green hire Joe Douglas as their GM
    June 7, 2019

    Gang Green hire Joe Douglas as their GM

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

    The Jets York Jets have found their new GM, as they reportedly agreed to a 6-year contract with Eagles executive Joe Douglas to become their general manager. When The Jets fired Mike Maccagnan on May 15, Jets chairman and CEO Christopher Johnson appointed head coach Adam Gase as the acting general manager and said he would “assist” in hiring Maccagnan's replacement. Gase and Douglas worked together previously for the Bears in 2015. Douglas will be the Jets' fourth GM in the last eight years.

  • Jets bring back Bilal Powell
    June 7, 2019

    Jets bring back Bilal Powell

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

    RB Bilal Powell, who suffered a season ending neck injury last season, is coming back to the Jets for his 9th season in green and white. He had an impressive workout with the team earlier today and has reportedly agreed to a 1-year deal. Powell, 30, was selected by the Jets in the 4th round in 2011. He had his best season in 2017 when he started in 10 games, rushing for 772 yards and 5 TDs. Powell had 343 rushing yards (4.3 yards/carry) and 110 receiving yards in seven games last season.