On this week's podcast Courtney Aurillo is on her own as she discusses the New York Jets, Cortland, and the status of the Wide Receivers. Courtney is joined by Jeff Capellini from WCBS (cbsnewyork.com). We would like to thank Jeff for his time and thoughts on the NY Jets, you can read more of Jeff's [...]
Nick Casale and Courtney Aurillo are joined by Fireman Ed on the Podcast this week. They take a look at the New York Jets and Ed shares his thoughts on Mark Sanchez and what the Jets must do to bring home the Lombardi.
Ed Anzalone also talks about why the Tim Tebow move was a good one. But he tells JetNation to back Mark Sanchez. If the Jets are going to win a world championship it is going to be with # 6.
As the New York Jets enter “quiet time,” diehards will continue to discuss what the team still needs to start the 2012 season on the right foot. Player potential is currently based on the performance from mini-camp. These accusations should be taken lightly because pads were not worn. Fans and analysts alike should form more [...]
Hey Jet Nation- In this week's podcast, Nick and I discuss the importance of the Jets participation in this year's OTAs, rookie highlights, the strictness of Tony Sparano, and the major improvements of Mark Sanchez. Due to both of us starting new jobs (go us!) we had to resort to a phone podcast opposed to [...]
It is currently the off-season for the NFL, which means rookie mini-camp week, OTA’s, and out of this world predictions for the 2012/13 season. For the New York Jets, the off-season consists of fixing locker room issues, having a lighter and faster defense, a stronger offense, strengthening the depth chart, and of course, the battle [...]
The Grande Ballroom at the Waldorf Astoria was flooded with talent this past Tuesday night. The two rival stadium-sharing New York teams put their differences aside for the night to raise awareness and money for the United Way New York City at the annual Gridiron Gala. Among the sea of suits were well known players [...]
Where were you at in your professional life at the age of 28? Or, for the younger generation of readers, where do you see yourself when you are 28 years old? For anyone that is not a professional athlete, the average answer for some would be, finishing a masters or doctorial degree, starting a new [...]
Last night’s Match for Michael charity event co-hosted by Jets coach Mike Pettine, turned out to be a huge success. I pre-registered online which let me cut a crowd of people and go into the room where you get “swabbed” to see if you are a potential match for someone who is in need of [...]