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Kristine Gammer

Jets Upset Falcons, 30-28

October 8, 2013

In another game where the experts expected them to get crushed, the Jets went into Atlanta and won a nail biter against the Falcons, 30-28, improving to 3-2 on the season. The first half was a pretty good half for the Jets, in spite of the fact that cornerback Darrin Walls dropped a sure interception […]

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Jets Routed by Titans 38-13

September 29, 2013

For the second time in a year, the Jets embarrassed themselves in Nashville. They were routed 38-13 by the Tennessee Titans today and fell to 2-2 on the season after being eliminated from playoff contention in an ugly game there last December. On the surface, a score like that looks like the Jets defense collapsed, […]

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Jets Stumble But Hold Off Bills, 27-20

September 22, 2013

It might be time to accept that the Jets will only play ugly games this season, but they survived their own disciplinary issues to hold off the Buffalo Bills, 27-20, in Week 03 to improve to 2-1. By the end of the first half, it looked like the Jets were going to cruise to an […]

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Jets Lose Ugly in New England, 13-10

September 13, 2013

The final score was 13-10 Patriots, but the Jets may have lost more than an ugly one in New England this week. The game went from frustrating loss to full blown disaster when star defensive lineman Mo Wilkerson went down late in the fourth quarter with what looked like an ankle injury. There were conflicting […]

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Jets Win Opener Over Bucs, 18-17

September 8, 2013

The Geno Smith era as starting quarterback of the New York Jets has officially begun, as the Jets won their opener at home against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 18-17, on a wild finish. Smith completed his first pass, but after that the offense slowed down significantly. They ran a lot more wildcat than anyone really […]

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Jets Camp Report – 07/29

July 29, 2013

The Jets reached a deal with rookie cornerback Dee Milliner yesterday, who is expected to help fill the hole left by Darrelle Revis. He arrived during practice today, and did not take the field. Tomorrow is an off day. Milliner told reporters that the shoulder he had surgery on is ready to go. Dee Milliner […]

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Aaron Hernandez Charged With Murder

June 26, 2013

Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was arrested and charged with the first degree murder of Odin Lloyd today. The difference between first degree murder and other types of murder, such as second degree murder or voluntary manslaughter (sometimes referred to as third degree murder), is that first degree murder is willful and […]

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Mangold: Sanchez Should Be Jets Starting Quarterback

June 20, 2013

Nick Mangold made a splash today when he said that he believed his teammates wanted Mark Sanchez to start. Mangold told Bart Hubbuch of the New York Post: “I haven’t walked around with a pen and paper and taken a poll, but from the feeling I get, the locker room wants to win. Whoever gives […]

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Tim Tebow Signs With New England

June 10, 2013

Sources have confirmed to ESPN’s Ed Werder that Tim Tebow, released by the Jets in April, has signed with the New England Patriots. Yes, to play quarterback. Bill Belichick has always spoken highly of Tebow and the move reunites Tebow with Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels, who was head coach in Denver when Tebow was […]

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2014 Draft Date Moved to May

May 28, 2013

The NFL announced today that the 2014 draft would be scheduled May 8-10 due to a scheduling conflict at Radio City Music Hall. An early-mid May draft is a full two weeks later in the year than in previous years. The league has also stated that so far, no changes have been made to the […]

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