Ryan Fitzpatrick’s Re-signing Shows Jets are Chicken

Yesterday the New York Jets re-signed Ryan Fitzpatrick to a one year, twelve million dollar guaranteed contract.  Barring injury, Fitzpatrick is under center on opening day, trying to lead a team to the play-offs for the first time in his career.  Many people feel the Jets did not stand a chance at having a successful 2016 season without him under … Continue reading

Fitzpatrick, Jets Reach Agreement

As training camps opened up around the league this week, Jets fans were confident there would be a notable absence on the field from a year ago. Quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, who posted career highs in passing touchdowns (31), passing yards (3,905), and wins (10) last season, seemed poised to continue his six month stalemate with the Jets’ front office. The … Continue reading

Wilkerson, Jets Ink 5 Year Deal

As the deadline rapidly approached, Jets fans prepared for what appeared to be the inevitable: defensive lineman Muhammad Wilkerson, the anchor of arguably the Jets’ strongest positional group, would not be signed to a long-term contract before the upcoming season. Earlier in the offseason the Jets’ franchise tag was placed on Wilkerson, who earned his first career Pro Bowl honors … Continue reading

Lee Shows Excitement in Minicamp, But Perhaps Too Much


Rookie minicamp is always a very exciting time for coaches and fans alike. For coaches and fans, it’s the first glance at their draft picks and potential undrafted free agents. For players, it’s the first time they get to work with their future coaches and prove their value. Unfortunately, these minicamps are not accurate depictions of how players skill because … Continue reading

New York Jets 2016 Draft Recap

Ohio State’s Darron Lee poses for photos  after being selected by the New York Jets as the 20th pick in the first round of the 2016 NFL football draft, Thursday, April 28, 2016, in Chicago. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)

Best Pick–Darron Lee/Jordan Jenkins It’s always a good thing when you have more than one pick that could qualify as the best selection. Darron Lee brings the speed component to a defense that was sorely lacking in that category over the last few years. The questions on Lee are definitely legitimate concerns. He is undersized and struggles to get off … Continue reading

Jets keep the Carousel going by taking QB Christian Hackenberg


The Jets used their second round pick to draft Penn State QB Christian Hackenberg, Friday night, causing a lot of speculation on the futures of both Ryan Fitzpatrick and Geno Smith. My thoughts on the pick: -Hackenberg is the most polarizing prospect in the draft, people love him or hate him, and the Jet fans are feeling the same way … Continue reading