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Will The “New” 4-2-5 Defense Bring Ground And Pound Back?

March 21, 2014

As NFL offenses turn to a spread concept and use of the zone read option defenses have been trying to figure out a way to combat it. A lot of teams have adopted the 4-2-5 (four down lineman, two linebackers, and either three safeties: one of which is a small version of a linebacker, and […]

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John Idzik’s Master Plan

March 18, 2014

Jetsfan80 started this thread in the JetNation forums.  It breaks down how Seattle put together their starting lineup.  I felt it was worth sharing, because it clearly illustrates the importance of the NFL draft.  Many Jets fans and beat reporters are saying John Idzik is sleeping at the wheel.  Looks like Idzik is wide awake […]

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Is NY Jets GM John Idzik Being Too Conservative In Free Agency (JetNation Radio)

March 18, 2014

New Episode JetNation Radio: 3/18 (Listen above) NFL free agency began a week ago and the New York Jets have made a few acquisitions while missing out on other desired players. With the team still having salary cap space some feel general manager John Idzik should be more aggressive in the pursuit of players while […]

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Nick Folk Is Happy With Long Term Deal

March 14, 2014

As the Jets try to improve the team, one position they don’t have to worry about is kicker. The Jets originally used the franchise tag but then Nick Folk agreed to a 4 year contract extension with the Jets.  Folk talked about what the process was like and his reaction to receiving the new contract. […]

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Jets Take Cautious Approach In Free Agency (JetNation Radio)

March 11, 2014

Latest Episode JetNation Radio: The NY Jets have made some expected moves heading into free agency. Reports have former Jets “All-Pro” cornerback Darrelle Revis being cut after only one year with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers who traded for him. Does JetNation want Revis back? If not who should replace the released Antonio Cromartie or could […]

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Free Agency Is Here

March 11, 2014

The new league year is here and free agency has begun.  We won’t post every rumor on this blog but wanted to remind you that you can always get the latest Jets news in our forums.  Here are a few discussion threads; please note these are rumors that are being discussed by Jets fans.  This […]

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WR Miles Austin A Potential Jet If Released

March 10, 2014

The New York Jets will be looking to improve their receiving core this offseason considering every available option. Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin is a New Jersey native who played collegiately in the state at Monmouth University. The Cowboys are in bad financial shape and with second year wideout Terrance Williams set to play […]

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NY Jets Tight End Dilemma

March 7, 2014

The New York Jets will be looking to improve their offensive skill positions this offseason which will include an upgrade at tight end. Currently the team has two tight ends on their active roster, the inexperienced Zach Sudfeld and Chris Pantale, leaving lots of uncertainty at the position. Last year Kellen Winslow and Jeff Cumberland […]

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Free Agency Analysis With NFL Columnist Joel Corry (JetNation Radio)

March 4, 2014

The Latest Episode of JetNation Radio: NFL free agency is set to begin on March 11 and the deadline has past for teams to use any tags which would prevent unrestricted players from hitting the open market. JetNation Radio hosts Dennis Agapito and Tyson Rauch were joined by special guest Joel Corry contracts/salary cap expert, […]

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Free Agent WR – Jerome Simpson Potential NY Jet

March 3, 2014

The NFL’s free agency begins on March 11 and the New York Jets have resources to be active in acquiring players. One position of need is receiver and while the Jets could pursue top free agent wideouts they might look at adding some veteran depth along with competition by signing second tier players. Wide receiver […]

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