Category: Featured Editorials

All For One

By Tyson Rauch   There will be many stories written this week about the New York Jets and their wild card match-up with the Patriots.  There will be stories focusing on the quarterbacks and their innovative coaches.   There will be tons of statistical analysis, trend reports and even roster breakdowns.  The one thing that cannot [...]

Happy New Year, JetNation

Chad Pennington is throwing well, but it's hard to count on him anymore. Curtis Martin appears to be finished. There isn't a playmaker in the program.  They won't be good this year, nor next. - Adrian Wojnarowski Aug 17 2006 On or around September 11, 2005, Herman Edwards and Kansas City GM Carl Petersen met [...]

Week 17 Preview: Raiders At NY Jets

As the Jets prepare to take on the Raiders, the age old question remains.  Are these the same old Jets?  Historically speaking December has not been kind to the Jets.  Yet coming off back to back victories they find themselves controlling their own playoff destiny.  Win and they are in.  On paper this looks like [...]

Something to Believe In

By Tyson Rauch   My name is Tyson Rauch and I am proud to be a fan of the New York Jets. When was the last time you said that?  Ok many of you will say after the Jets beat the New England Patriots this year but truly when was the last time you actually [...]

Jetnation Week Fifteen Power Ratings

By Senior Field Correspondent Nick Ferraro 1.  San Diego Chargers – The Chargers are the odds-on favorite to win the Super Bowl. They have displayed few weaknesses.  How will Giant fans feel in January if Philip Rivers is hoisting the Lombardi trophy? 2.  Baltimore Ravens – The Ravens got past Cleveland Sunday.  One thing is [...]

Dreaming of a Green Christmas

By Tyson Rauch Looking back over the years, the New York Jets have many ghosts of Christmas’ past in their closet.  There is the ugly, dark, embarrassing ghost of 1995 that was made up of a terrible season and a disgraceful 12-0 Christmas Eve loss to the New Orleans Saints (in front of about 15,000 [...]

DÉJÀ VU

By Tyson Rauch  It was a bright brisk day at the Meadowlands with all of the playoff pieces falling into place for the New York Jets.  With a win on Sunday the Jets could take a substantial step ahead in the race for a wild card spot in the playoffs and better yet would be [...]

Lambeau: A Football Paradise

By Tyson Rauch   Picture this: Snow flurrying in the air.  Brisk winds push through the parking lot.  Brats and beers being enjoyed everywhere.  Yes my friends, this is the Lambeau experience in December and there is no better atmosphere anywhere in the National Football League.   As great as the stadium is with its history [...]