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  • Gase unloads Lee to the Chiefs
    May 15, 2019

    Gase unloads Lee to the Chiefs

    posted by: Site Admin | 0 comments | Trades

    It did not take long for new interim GM Adam Gase to make his presence known, as he quickly traded former first round pick LB Darron Lee to the Kansas City Chiefs. All the Jets received in return was a 6th round pick in 2020. The Jets selected Lee in 2016 at #20 overall. He showed some progress in 2017 before starting 2018 with a big game against the Lions where he picked off two passes and return one of them for a touchdown. Lee ended last season with a four-game suspension for violating the league’s substance abuse policy.

  • Jets open season against Buffalo
    April 17, 2019

    Jets open season against Buffalo

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

    The Adam Gase era will officially begin on September 8th when the Gang Green hosts the Buffalo Bills in the 2019 season opener. Then, in Week 2, the Jets will play their first prime time game, as they host the Cleveland Browns on Monday Night Football in what is expected to be another Darnold vs. Mayfield showdown. The bye week will come two weeks later, in Week 4. On October 21st, the Jets will be involved in another Monday Night contest, this time against the Patriots. The battle of New York will take place in Week 10 when the Jets take on their crosstown rivals, the New York Giants. The third and final prime time appearance will come in Week 15 when the Jets travel to Baltimore to take on the Ravens on Thursday Night Football.

  • The real winner of the Le'Veon Bell deal was...
    March 20, 2019

    The real winner of the Le'Veon Bell deal was...

    posted by: Site Admin | 0 comments | Editorial

    With the signing this past weekend of running back Le'Veon Bell, the New York Jets were able to plug a very big hole. For three years now, the Jets have struggled on offense, more specifically, to move the ball on the ground. The roster has been occupied with serviceable running backs but not the every day backs who could be counted on for 25 carries and 100 yards on a consistent basis. They certainly filled that spot with the former Pittsburgh Steelers All-Pro.

  • 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.

  • With Bell in the loop, Jets turn attention to other needs
    March 18, 2019

    With Bell in the loop, Jets turn attention to other needs

    posted by: Site Admin | 0 comments | Editorial

    With the signing of Le'Veon Bell to a four-year deal, the New York Jets and Head Coach Adam Gase were able to check a very import box, the team desperately needed a quality running back. They got him for $52.5 million with the first $25 million guaranteed immediately. While the total value of the deal was slightly less than what the Steelers put on the table last year, guaranteed money is like gold to running backs in the NFL.

  • New York Jets - the Adam Gase era begins
    January 30, 2019

    New York Jets - the Adam Gase era begins

    posted by: Site Admin | 0 comments | Editorial

    After spending a couple of weeks getting to know the press, it's time for new Jets Head Coach Adam Gase to get to work. The task at hand is to rebuild the New York Jets football team back into a playoff contender. Times have been lean, leaving Jets fans, ownership and even the gambling community wanting for something significantly better. Apparently, five wins or less over the last three years doesn't sit well with the people who remember better times.

  • Is the answer to the Jets receiving woes sitting at UMass?
    January 29, 2019

    Is the answer to the Jets receiving woes sitting at UMass?

    posted by: Site Admin | 0 comments | NFL Draft

    New York Jets Had Coach Adam Gase surely knows the future of his team revolves around 2nd year QB Sam Darnold. The young man is coming off a productive rookie season that saw him pass for over 2,800 yards and 17 TDs despite the fact the rest of the offense was anemic at best. After three straight seasons with at least 11 losses, Gase has the advantage of working with modest expectations as he figures out how to get the Jets back into the playoffs.

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

    Jets rookies paid dividends 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.