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Brett Favre

When you run a fan site, you learn to love big splashy headlines.  They make for easy content and allow for lots of discussion.  When you are a die-hard Jets fan, you learn to hate big splashy headlines. History has proven many of these moves to be short-sighted and have hurt the team in the […]

There is lots of talk about Jets general manager Mike Tannenbaum and whether he’ll be back with the team next season.  Tannenbaum is often described as a “salary cap genius” in regards to his knowledge of contracts and the cap process but his drafting and talent evaluation gets criticized as causing an overall decline in […]

Favre Has Torn Biceps Tendon

by admin on December 30, 2008

The results of Brett Favre’s MRI are in — drumroll please — and he has a torn biceps tendon.  This was the cause of the now famous shoulder pain that Favre felt the past few weeks.  The good news is that if surgery was required it would be arthroscopic. The fact that this wouldn’t require […]

Jets Beat Giants 10 – 7

by admin on August 23, 2008

The preseason means nothing.  The preseason means nothing.  Click your heels together and repeat after me Jets fans, the preseason means nothing.  That being said, the Jets beat the Giants by a score of 10 to 7 tonight at the Meadowlands.  The crowd was a mix of Jets and Giants fans and the majority cared […] will be at practice on Saturday 08/09.  The practice starts at 1:30, we will be there and will provide live updates via our Twitter page.  Now because of the nature of Twitter, the updates will be brief but we will let you know what they are doing. Brett Favre has passed his physical and […]


August 7, 2008

Normally the Jets are slow to release information to the public.  Funny how trading for a Hall Of Fame Quarterback can change that.  Randy Lange stayed up late on Wednesday evening and announced the Brett Favre trade in record time. Woody Johnson stated that he was excited to welcome Brett and his family to the […]

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