Three Keys to Victory: Browns at Jets (Week 1)


After waiting eight long months the beginning of another NFL season is upon us. With the beginning of the season brings the renewal of hope of a return to playoff football for the New York Jets. First up, the Cleveland Browns. The green and white need to focus on three key areas to secure a victory against the Cleveland Browns this … Continue reading

Tough Trevor Rilley Has His Chance Tonight To Prove Himself To The Jets

Jets Playoff Chances

With the core group of linebackers for the Jets aging, the team knew they needed to address this issue in the draft. The Jets decided to address the depth of their linebackers’ corps in the draft by drafting Lorenzo Mauldin with the 18th pick in 3rd round (82 overall). Now, as training camp enters the final turn, injuries to Mauldin … Continue reading

After Experiencing Turbulence, Brandon Marshall Looks Forward to Smooth Landing in New York

When the Jets traded their fifth round pick to the Chicago Bears for Brandon Marshall and a seventh round pick, it gave the wide receiver corps instant credibility. Making this trade was a huge steal for the Jets, who have been searching for a true number one receiver since Keyshawn Johnson. This team arguably had the worse WR corps in … Continue reading

Will $600 cost Geno Smith his chance as a starter in the NFL?


New York Jets head coach Todd Bowles said it best, “It was something very childish, something sixth-graders could’ve talked about”. This statement came after the fact that IK Enemkpali and Geno Smith were involved in a locker room altercation. This resulted in the release of Enemkpali and Smith missing 6-10 weeks after suffering a broken jaw after Enemkpali punched him … Continue reading