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John Charvat

Big test for the Jets’ defense this week facing the league’s #1 scoring offense in the New England Patriots, they need to be on their A game. And not just the defense, either, but the entire team. It’s the defense that gets most of the credit with Rex Ryan’s New York Jets, but the Jets […]

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Don’t Forget Braylon

by John Charvat on October 10, 2010

Last year, the Jets’ offense was something that the defense and special teams needed to overcome if the Jets were going to get a win. The running game was tops in the league, but only the Browns were worse in the passing game. There was a lot of blame getting passed around between the rookie […]

Oh boy, that LaDainian Tomlinson sure looks good! But what happened to the guy who was supposed to be the team’s new feature back, Shonn Greene? Looks like a lot of things. Shonn had a rough start to the season, fumbling twice and losing one of them on just five carries against the stout Baltimore […]

The Jets have finished their “final” round of cuts, and there were really no big surprises. Thanks to Manish Mehta over at the Daily News, who I am lifting from generously here. The Jets waived the following players: WR Larry Taylor, FB Jason Davis, S Emanuel Cook, LB Brashton Satele, C Robby Felix, S Keith […]

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The RB Logjam

by John Charvat on August 27, 2010

Ground and Pound! That was the mantra last year with Thomas Jones, Leon Washington, and Shonn Greene, and it didn’t miss a beat when Leon Washington went down and Thomas Jones hit a wall – Shonn Greene carried the load valiantly in the playoffs last year, and he’s expected to carry the load for the […]

Jets to Sanchez: RB’s Are Receivers, Too!

August 20, 2010
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The Jets offensive coaches took some time out over the offseason to statistically examine the NFL’s top offenses of the last few years, and came to a conclusion: Mark Sanchez isn’t throwing to his backs enough. The one common theme that the coaches found was that each of the top five offenses over the last […]

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