Category: Jets Preview

Same Old Jets? No. Same Old Outcome? Yes

By Patrick Stanton Jetnation.com Senior Columnist It doesn’t take an Ivy League degree to know that there is a certain level of danger inherent with being a fan of the New York Jets. 75% of the time, the level relates directly to prospective property damage within the Jets fan’s immediate viewing area. This can range [...]

New York Jets vs. New York Giants Preview

By Tyson Rauch - Examiner.com On Monday night the New York Jets will open up the new Meadowlands stadium by taking on the crosstown rival Giants (8 pm, ESPN).  This is the first preseason game for both teams, therefore not much should be expected in terms of game planning or play calling.  This is reiterated [...]

2009 Jets: A Brand New Start

By John McGarrigle The 2009 season ushers in yet another “brand new start” for the New York Jets faithful. Almost immediately after the disappointing end to the 2008 season, Eric Mangini was fired as head coach of the New York Jets. Rex Ryan of the Baltimore Ravens was hired to lead the Jets into the [...]

Eating and Drinking: SUNY Cortland Edition

JetNation.com Q &A with Raquel Phair JN: Thanks for joining us Kel.  We know that you are a recent graduate of SUNY Cortland and we wanted to get some information from you about the new training camp home of the NY Jets. RP: To start Cortland is a complete dump and we all find it [...]

Ten Questions Heading Into Camp

By Tyson Rauch Let the games begin (Kostroun/AP) The New York Jets are preparing to head up to Cortland, New York for their first training camp under coach Rex Ryan. Outlined below are ten questions that will need to be answered before the 2009 season begins. 1. Rex Ryan has talked the talk, can his [...]

NY Jets OffSeason Report Card

By Brian Clark With training camp just around the corner, it's time to examine the roster changes that occurred during the 2009 offseason for the New York Jets. I'll breakdown the changes by position, then take a look at what we gained, lost and an outlook to the future. Quarterback  A- Gained: Mark Sanchez Lost: [...]

2009 NY Jets 53-man Roster Projection

By Matt Bitonti DraftDaddy.com Open Jobs in Bold 25 on Offense 3 QB QB #6 Sanchez QB #11 Clemens QB 3 5 RB RB #20 Jones RB #29 Washington RB #49 Richardson RB #23 Greene RB 5 6 WR WR #89 Cotchery WR #83 Stuckey WR #87 Clowney WR #15 Wright WR #16 Smith WR [...]

2009 Preseason Rookie Preview

By Matt Bitonti Draftdaddy.com Seeing the country in a time of need, Woody Johnson has enacted his plan to save the nation. It's a new stimulus package, in economic circles they call it "bringing the Wood." Through a confluence of timing, common sense and good fortune, Woody Johnson approved the selection of quarterback Mark Sanchez [...]