Yearly Archives: 2014

Jets’ Rookie Pryor Hopes to Finish Strong

With only four games remaining on their schedule and any playoff hopes a distant memory, the Jets will spend the final four weeks of the season keeping a very close eye on rookie safety Calvin Pryor.  Taking Pryor with the 18th overall selection was a surprise move to say the least.  Many pundits speculated that [...]

Johnson Hits Century Mark

When the New York Jets announced the signing of free agent running back Chris Johnson this past off-season, fans had tempered expectations regarding what he might bring to an offense that has lacked a home run threat for so many years.  The predominant reaction among Jets fans seemed to be one of cautious optimism.  After all, reports [...]

Williams Continues to Impress

As much as NFL fans enjoy watching their early season prognostications unfold exactly as they predicted to give themselves a well-earned pat on the back,  it's never fun when you're right about a doom and gloom scenario that painfully plays out as you saw it regarding your favorite team. For many New York Jets fans, [...]

Rex’s Metlife Mutiny

In discussing his team's embarrassing 38-3 loss at the hands of the Buffalo Bills one week ago, New York Jets Head Coach Rex Ryan remarked that unless something drastic happened, he would remain in his position for the final five weeks of the season.  One has to wonder if a mutiny on national television would [...]