Category: Featured Editorials

At Least for one Night, the Kids Were Alright

By Glenn Naughton Yes, it was a largely meaningless preseason game in which the Jets starters played just under one half of football, but given Gang Green's long history of draft flops and inept rookie classes, can anyone blame the Jets faithful for exhibiting even the slightest bit of optimism over the performance of several key [...]

Hello Leonard Williams

When the Jets drafted Leonard Williams in the 1st round it was a surprise for a few reasons. The first one was that he wasn't supposed to be available when the Jets were on the clock. It seemed like there were a million different scenarios but each one had Williams not being available for the [...]

The Highs and Lows of Jets

Northwest Airlines flight 85 departed from Detroit, Michigan on October 9th, 2002, en route to Toyko, Japan, a flight path that takes them over the Pacific Ocean. At the helm of this Boeing 747 was  Captain John Hanson, First Officer David Smith (along with relief Captain Frank Geib and and First Officer Mike Fagan), forming [...]

Undrafted Barnes Impressive in Jets Debut

By Glenn Naughton   There weren't many bright spots in the Jets pre-season opening 23-3 loss to the Detroit Lions in which the Jets starting defense allowed two long scoring drives and no offensive personnel group managed to get the ball in the end zone for Gang Green. Even still, the game wasn't without any strong individual [...]